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Autel TS501 VS Autel T501 Pro

Autel TS501 Pro is a new generation of TPMS diagnostic and maintenance tool. It is a newly customized upgraded version of T501 in 2024. It is an ideal portable handheld OBD2 scanner tool for TPMS diagnostic and service needs.

Compared with Autel TS501, TS501 Pro has more functions and diagnostic capabilities, and is further improved in terms of functionality and user experience. Here, we compare the functions and performance of the two scanners.

Autel TS501 VS Autel T501 Pro Comparison Table

Comparison TS501 Pro TS501
TPMS function
Easy vehicle identification (Manually select) (Manually select)
Quick Mode & Advance Mode × ×
Activate TPMS sensors
Read sensor data
TPMS diagnose, one step for complete TPMS health check
Read/clear TPMS DTCs; on-screen DTC description
Scan TPMS sensor ID and copy ID into MX-Sensor × ×
Manual input OE ID into MX-sensor × ×
Program MX-Sensor by auto creating sensor ID
Read Sensor ID by OBD and copy ID into MX-Sensor
Relearn by OBD function
Relearn procedure guide on the tool
Check Key FOB
Read TPMS live data × ×
Tire Type/Pressure selection ×
DOT Scan, Tire Expiration Notice, Tire Recall Lookup × ×
TPMS Toolkit (other function)
Diagnostic function
Electrical park brake (EPB) × ×
Reset Steering Angle Sensor (SAS) × ×
Oil reset × ×
Battery Management System (BMS) Reset × ×
Other service functions
Basic OBDII code reader × ×
Read/clear codes for all electronic systems × ×
Display live data in text, graph & analog for easy data review × ×
Support IMMO functions × ×
Complete diagnostic function × ×
Tool features
Built-in rechargeable li-ion battery
Strong housing with protective rubber boot
Print TPMS sensor data via PC
Internet updatable USB SD card
Multilingual support
Historical test records
Software Update free free
Limited one year warranty
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