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Interstate Announces New Battery Tester

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Oct 31, 2018–Interstate Batteries has announced its next innovation in battery testing, the IB Pulse–The Tech’s Tester, at the AAPEX expo in Las Vegas. With the launch, Interstate Batteries expands its portfolio of battery testers to better meet the needs of automotive dealers, retailers, and installers.

“We surveyed 2,000 technicians across the country to make sure the IB Pulse is a battery tester designed for the way technicians really work,” said Brian Madeley, general manager of charging/testing at Interstate Batteries. “Our team traveled across the U.S. to understand the technician’s experience firsthand. Those insights were invaluable in making the IB Pulse smarter, better, and faster.”

The IB Pulse, developed with more than ten years of technician feedback and field research, is designed for the way technician’s work, with a focus on efficiency. The tester scans a vehicle’s identification number (VIN) and battery UPC to provide fast, accurate results to customers.

Features of the IB Pulse include a lightweight handheld design, made to be easy to hold with one hand; a custom Android operating system with an intuitive touchscreen app, VIN scanner, and wireless communication; a durable Gorilla Glass touchscreen interface and a separate control keypad for use while wearing gloves. 

In addition, the IB Pulse is designed as part of a comprehensive testing program. It pairs with The IB Pulse Hub to share real-time results via a printer or customer’s email, establishing testing locations as helpful experts, and growing consumer loyalty.

“Interstate Batteries’ long-term vision is to be the first choice in sustainable battery solutions in every community we serve,” said Scott Miller, president and CEO of Interstate Batteries. 

The IB Pulse will formally launch to customers beginning Jan. 7, 2019.
 

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