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AutoStop Maxi Brake Meter (Tester) Decelerometer with GPS

AutoStop Maxi Brake Meter (Tester)


The AutoStop Maxi® Brake Meter (tester) is an efficient diagnostic and compliance tool, designed to test service and emergency brakes in passenger cars, light and heavy goods vehicles, buses, light and heavy rail vehicles and transit vehicles.

  • Compliant with roadworthy regulations around all of Australia
  • Compliant with AS2958 Australian Standard
  • Compliant with SANS 1589 brake testing
  • Compliant with SANS 10047 brake testing
  • Compliant with ECE R13 – Rule 13
  • Compliant with Federal Regulation FMVSS 135 and FMVSS 571 – USA
  • Compliant with Transport Canada – CMVSS 135
  • Calibration that is internationally traceable through NATA (accreditation #20559)
  • 24-month calibration interval
  • Calculates and displays average/peak deceleration, stopping distance test speed and pedal effort
  • Has a built-in printer – a requirement for some jurisdictions​
  • Uses AutoTest Standard Paper Roll Pack
  • Calculates and displays average and maximum deceleration, distance to stop, test speed and pedal-force required to stop the vehicle
  • Prints two original reports (one for the customer, the other for the examiner) as a permanent record of the test results, date, time, examiner’s ID number and the vehicle’s registration/VIN number.
  • Robust construction that is water resistant and petrol, chemical and acid proof
  • Conventional (QWERTY) keypad lay-out, with tactile membrane cover.
  • LCD display
  • Adjustable display control
  • Both metric and imperial units of measurement
  • Built-in integrity check
  • Rechargeable, sealed, acid-gel battery, with low battery level indicator and automatic shut-down.
  • Lightweight (3.0kg), compact (123 x 267 x 246mm) and portable

What is the Purpose of the Brake Test?

The purpose of the brake test is to see if a vehicle’s braking performance is consistent with your experience of other vehicles of a similar make and model. Most vehicles will achieve 0.6g (light vehicles) with the rear brakes inoperative, so you should look for a lower than average reading for that make or type of vehicle. Lower than expected readings indicate that something is wrong. It is important that the brake tester is seen as a diagnostic tool and not just a pass/fail gauge.

When the brake test is completed, you can print a copy of the test result showing the peak deceleration and attach it to your test report.


Upgrade your AutoStop Maxi brake meter to show PASS/FAIL!

The AutoStop Maxi® Brake Meter (tester) does not show a “PASS” or “FAIL” as the regulations for a pass or fail are different in every state and territory. Check the regulations in your area to see how it affects your testing requirements.

Upgrade your Brake Meter to have PC connectivity and purchase NetBrake® software. Set the standard in your area, and it will show a “PASS” or “FAIL”. See the full capabilities of NetBrake® software and additional inclusions.


Upgrade your AutoStop Maxi brake meter to include GPS!

The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) QLD is updating a requirement for brake testing.

As of September 2021 it will be mandatory for Approved Examiners to keep a copy of the brake test results, including GPS location, time and date, when undertaking LV, HV and MC inspection types.

To make sure you are compliant, purchase the AutoStop Maxi® brake meter with the upgrade that includes GPS location. If you already have our standard AutoStop Maxi brake meter, you may be able to upgrade to have GPS!​

Upgrade to have a backlit screen!

You have the option to purchase your AutoStop Maxi® with a backlit screen, for better visibility. 


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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Sydney Vallaydam
BAD BAD BAD service

The machine itself is not too bad. We purchased this machine from Bursons. The supplier is in Victoria and we are in NSW. For a calibration or a repair the machine has to be sent to Victoria and it takes two weeks. To repair the printer mechanism, it took them 2.5 weeks to get it back to us. I had to go to Repco and purchase a new machine for $2800.00. The Repco machine supplier in Sydney guarantees a loan machine when they pick up for repairs or calibration. These people offer you nothing . For a simple Battery charge , they want us to send the machine back to them in Melbourne. We went to battery world and purchased a battery and fitted for $45.00. They did not offer us this option. BURSONS !!!! WAKE UP AND STOP SELLING THIS MACHINE TO US IF YOU CAN NOT OFFER US GOOD AFTER SALES SERVICE. This mob needs to come to the real service world.