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08 Sep 2019 14:39 #33477 by Cadman
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Hi,

Can anyone shed some light on a question I have please.

I'm looking at purchasing a Verus Edge. Do they all use the green keys, do they all come with the additional red connectors and which model is the better as I've read some have different hard drives.

Thanks

Paul

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08 Sep 2019 15:08 #33479 by Tyler
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Hey Cadman! When you say green keys, you're talking about personality keys, right? Like with the older Solus and MODIS?

No personality keys are used on the Verus Edge. All communication goes through the wireless Scan Module to the DLC. Depending on where you buy from, you may also get additional OBDI and Euro adapters that'll connect to the Scan Module.

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09 Sep 2019 01:37 #33498 by Cadman
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That's great. Thanks for the reply, much appreciated

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09 Sep 2019 19:20 #33522 by GypsyR
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Pretty sure the Verus Edge models are all the same. Though some of us have upgraded the hard drives in ours.
You still need keys/adapters for pre-1996 OBDI stuff. Nothing but the ODBII adapter and the Verus for 1996 and later stuff. If you really want ODBI capability there is a smallish adapter (called DA-5, I think) that plugs into the Verus ODBII adpater and then you can stick the key adapter you want on the end of that. That way you are still using Bluetooth and no card to the scanner itself. Many ODBI's require an extra power plug to provide power to the OBDI adapter form the cattery or cigarette lighter. So doing OBDI vehicles is kind of clanky, but doable. OBDII vehicles are a breeze to connect to though.
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