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TRIGOLIGN® provides userfriendly, fast, and reproducible wheel alignment, with just one compact and ultra-light measuring device for toe- and camber-measurment. 

Discover TRIGOLIGN’s advantages in seven steps:

1. Startup the TRIGOLIGN software and prepare measurement
Depending on the vehicle and specific wishes, TRIGOLIGN software helps to quickly determine the measurement procedure. This includes instructions for setting up the measuring area, and placement of the two measuring rulers in the front and at the back of the vehicle. 
The measurement reference (geometric centerline or rear axis) and the lay-out from the measurement protocol can be chosen (decimal degrees, degree-minutes and/or millimeters). In addition, certain vehicle dimensions are entered in the software, to customize calculation-basis.
Note: To ensure that the data is as reliable and reproducible as possible, each measurement should be carried out on leveled surfaces like a flat driveway. For best results plateaus or calibrated lift bridge are used. 
2. Quick and easy device placement on wheels
Scratch free placement
TRIGOLIGN measuring devices have special scratch-free rim-spacers. With the extension-arm a device can be set to fit rim-flanges of 12 to 24 Inch rims perfectly.
Quick measurement
For a quick toe- and camber-measurement, the device can be held against the rim by hand. Or it is fixated to the wheel using scratch-free hooks with an elastic strap, so one person can read toe measurement-values and enter these into the software.
Modern laser-technology + Cross-axis compensation
TRIGOLIGN combines a green 360 degree laser head with a specially developed “Cross-axis compensation” software. This makes it possible to determine the ideal measuring position manually and visibly, without the need of aligning the device to the center of the wheel. The function also includes the very easy compensation of rim run-out: strongly deviating flange designs, damages or balancing weights are no longer a problem.
3. Choose the required measuring modus
When switching on the device two measuring-modes can be chosen:
Measuring camber only (I) 
This activates the camber-sensor and the touchscreen, showing the settings menu, battery status, and a graphic display for camber measurement.
Measuring camber and toe (II)
This modus also activates the laser into standby-mode: Only when the device is placed correctly on the rim, within the measuring-range, the laser becomes active.
Automatic laser switch-off function
To prolong battery energy and prevent annoying glare from the laser, the laser switches off automatically, when the device is moved and tilted outside the measuring range.
4. Camber-angle measurement
Measuring camber in the first modus offers to measure and store camber values for each wheel. Besides, you can choose between fast or very precise camber measurement.
Camber measuring sequence
The default-mode takes suggest a measurement-sequence, starting at the front-left, to the front-right, rear-right, and left-right wheel. This order can however be changed, starting at any possible wheel.
The device is equipped with a camber-memory: When the device is switched off and on, the last measured camber-data is shown.
Extra camber options
It is possible to update the device with additional camber functions. For example: storage of different vehicles, including preselected camber target values and allowed maximum deviations for quick in-pitlane-checking.
After measurement, the camber alignment-data is manually entered into the software, for completing the measurement-protocol.
5. Toe-angle measurement
When switched in modus II, the laser will be standby. The green laser-light automatically becomes active, when the device is placed on the rim perpendicular to ground-level. Values per wheel are read at the measuring rulers in front and rear of the vehicle. This toe alignment-data is manually entered into the software to complete the measurement-protocol.
Single toe and total toe per axis
Based on the entered data of all four wheels, the TRIGOLIGN software calculates the individual toe values per wheel and total toe per axle. From the toe-data, the thrust-angle is determined.
Extra toe-functions
The software offers updates to perform rim run-out compensation and steering-ratio determination.
6.  Check of alignment after adjustment *)
Depending on the target values chosen, the software guides through the setup process and gives advice for wheel alignment adjustments of a singles wheel or complete axis.
After adjusting the wheel alignment, toe- and camber-settings can be briefly checked: The complete procedure for checking toe and camber only takes 2 minutes (double the time when rim-run-out is used). 
7. Save vehicle alignment data into database *)
After alignment, a wide range of project-information can be added to the measuring protocol. Besides vehicle data, every measuring protocol can be saved on a laptop. Project, vehicle, and client data can be used for later measurements. Data can be printed or stored in PDF-files too.
*) Note: The guided setup based on target values and saving information in the database, will be available Autumn/Winter 2022.