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Car Scanner ELM327 Bluetooth Interface Auto Diagnostic OBD Scanner


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CAR SCANNER ELM327 BLUETOOTH BEST LOW COST OBD Scanner Scanner ELM327 Bluetooth Best low cost OBD Scanner

 

 

 

 

 

Car Scanner ELM327 Bluetooth V2.1 ELM 327 Car Code Reader :

·         Car Scanner ELM327 OBD2 V2.1 Bluetooth Interface Auto Car Diagnostic Scanner

·         Universal Compatibility: Works with 90% of cars manufactured after 2010

·         Not compatible with Commercial Vehicles

·         Package Includes: 1 ELM327 Device + 1 CD

·         Connection Type: Bluetooth

Description

Car Scanner ELM327 Bluetooth V2 Bluetooth Interface

ELM327 Car Scanner Bluetooth CAN-BUS scan tool supports OBD-II protocols it is used to read & diagnose trouble codes, clear trouble codes and detect fuel pressure and so on. ELM327 Bluetooth Interface Auto Diagnostic OBD #Scanner an on-Board Diagnostics, or OBD, in an automotive context, is a generic term referring to a vehicles self-diagnostic and reporting capability.

Free Torque App ELM327 Car Scanner Bluetooth V2.1 OBD2

·         Engine RPM

·         Calculated Load Value

·         Coolant Temperature

·         Fuel System Status

·         Vehicle Speed

·         Short Term Fuel Trim

·         Long Term Fuel Trim

·         Intake Manifold Pressure

·         Timing Advance

·         Intake Air Temperature

·         Air Flow Rate

·         Absolute Throttle Position

·         Oxygen sensor voltages/associated short term fuel trims

·         Fuel System status

·         Fuel Pressure

ELM327 OBD2 V2.1 Bluetooth Interface Auto OBD Scanner for car

Car Scanner Elm327 Bluetooth adapter gives you the opportunity to spy on your car wirelessly. Convert your PC, PDA, Mobile to a diagnostic tool and monitor all critical information of the cars ECU. The Car Scanner Elm327 Bluetooth is an adapter that connects to the cars network and then creates a virtual cable between the adapter and the PC that it is connected. With the help of various open source application for the Elm327, you can have a digital gauge or an advanced. diagnostic system and a powerful performance measurement toll in your screen.

1.      OBD Car scanner  Read diagnostic trouble codes, both generic and manufacturer-specific, and display their meaning (over 3000 generic code definitions in the database).

2.      Clear trouble codes and turn off the MIL (Check Engine light)

3.      Supported car scanner : All cars, Bike made after 2009 except listed below

4.      Non supported car models : all SVU models , all fiat models , Tata models till 2013, Maruti s coss, sx4 , basic model like maruti 800 , santo , omani will support made after 2013

5.      Main function : Read & Remove Engine check light fault code ( ABS , AIR BAG light can’t remove by this device

Car Scanner Specifications :-

Support OBD-II protocols

ISO15765-4 (CAN)
ISO14230-4 (KWP2000)
ISO9141-2
J1850 VPW
J1850 PWM

Color

Back + Orange + Blue

Dimensions (LxWxH) mm

8.2 x 4.6 x 2.5cm

Weight(gm)

45

 

 

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