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WIFI OBDII Auto Scanner Adapter with Both Apple IOS (iPhone, iPad, iPod) and Android Devices

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WIFI OBDII Auto Scanner Adapter with Both Apple IOS (iPhone, iPad, iPod) and Android Devices

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WIFI OBDII interface is an engine performance and diagnostics tool for automotive professionals an

Availability: In stock


The WiFi connectivity makes it compatible with BOTH Apple iOS (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch) and also Android devices!  WIFI OBDII




With the appropriate applications, perform the following operations:
Read diagnostic trouble codes, both generic and manufacturer-specific, and display code descriptions with over 3000 universal code definitions in the database
Clear diagnostic trouble codes and turn off check engine lights
Display and record real-time sensor data, including:

·Vehicle Speed
·Fuel Consumption
·Engine Coolant Temp
·Fuel Pressure
·Calculated Engine Load
·Throttle Position
·Intake Manifold Pressure
·Air Intake Temp
·Timing Advance
·Mass Air Flow
·Fuel Level
·Barometric Pressure
·EVAP System Vapor Pressure
·Fuel Trim
·+ More

Note: Your vehicle may not support all engine metrics. The availability of engine metrics varies depending on the vehicle make and model

Latest Multi-Protocol Support:
ISO15765-4 (CAN)
ISO14230-4 (KWP2000)
J1850 VPW
J1850 PWM

Output interface: WIFI
Indicate light: OBD transmit / receive, RS232 transmit / receive,power
Operating voltage: 12V ( with Short circuit/voltage protection)

Customer Reviews

Good value for the money Review by Alex
I just got this thing, so this review concerns whether it works and how easy it was to make it work. How long it lasts is a separate issue I can't speak to yet. The unit basically reads the codes from your car and then broadcasts them to a display device like a smartphone or iPad. It does this by emulating a WiFi router, i.e. it looks to an iPad or a phone like a new WiFi network that you can connect to.

When I ordered the device, I was expecting to have to buy an iPad app to read the codes. There are several out there. I bought "DashCommand". The unit arrived with a small CD containing software for PCs, Androids, iOS devices, and Nokia devices. I could not get the iOS software to load into the iPad, and Norton said the Windows software had malware in it. So I marked the product down one star for not coming with useful software. But as I said, I wasn't expecting it to. Devices like this usually come with 'demo' versions anyway that you have to upgrade.

Armed with the iPad app, I plugged the device into the OBD connector (it took some Googling, a flashlight, and a couple of head bumps to find it) and turned the key. In a few seconds, a new WiFi network appeared called "WiFi OBDII". I connected the iPad to that network and launched DashCommand. The app found the device, connected to it, and began reading data.

So basically, the device works as advertised. It connects to the car, it reads and transfers the data, and it's fairly painless to connect it to a display device. There are plenty of reviews out there about DashCommand if you want to know about all the spiffy graphs and displays it can do. (Posted on 01/12/2016)
Just what I needed Review by Zerrokool
I have an older VW Passat and have an engine light popping up. I wanted to find out if it was serious or just sensor. Downloaded a compatible app on my iphone. plugged this in, went through a quick Q&A and scanned the car. It worked great showed me the code and it is indeed a sensor I can replace. This thing saved me at least $90. already. I am sure it has limitations but for the cost it is exactly what I needed. (Posted on 22/11/2016)
Good product Review by Kathy Messer
Good product (Posted on 10/11/2016)
Really good!! Review by Iopafeopt
Really good!! (Posted on 08/11/2016)
not bad for the price Review by Ryan W
The good:
The touchscreen works well.
It boots up quickly, and you an configure how long it stays awake with the screen off after you turn the key off to boot quickly.
The screen looks great, and it has worked wonderfully in all temperatures from >100 to <0.
The kids love watching YouTube videos on it while we are going down the road.
The GPS is nice
Ways and google maps works well on it.
There are lots of ways to hook up storage to it like 2 micro SD and USB to put media on it.

The bad:
WiFi The lame pathetic excuse for a wifi antenna sticking out the back of it. It works or tethering to my phone in the truck, but that is about it. I have Ubiquity (corporate grade) wireless, and it sometimes can't even connect when not far from my house, or garage. And no Wireless A either. That wire should have gone to a connector, and the radio came with a small relocatable antenna. (Posted on 06/11/2016)
Beware the screen hitting your GM truck shifter and the UI is clunkytown but otherwise a great system! Review by Billzilla
1). Watch out in Silverados and other GM truck vehicles, as the screen can get blocked by the column shifter,

2). Touchscreen is indeed finicky. Consign yourself to a laggy interface and requires either a patient, careful touch or fingernail edge (or the included stylus, but who's going to bother with that?).

3). Lots of settings are buried in very unintuitive menus. Annoyingly so.

4). Pretty good sound, even with middling speakers. I installed two new ones and kept the tweeters in and I'm pretty satisfied. Could use an amp or subwoofer to fill out the lower range.

5). Adjustable lighting is fun and features-wise the deck is quite versatile and well-optioned for the price. Loudness, EQ or basic Treble/Bass controls via big display or deck controls. I've had no problems keeping my phone connected (and auto-connecting). The only annoyance there is the display flapping out whenever I get a call, though I suppose I could turn off calls via BT.

6). Fits a 2002 Chevrolet Silverado LS well enough with a wiring harness adapter to make things easy. Just watch that flippin' screen with the shifter lever (Posted on 05/11/2016)
Great radio Review by Travis P
Great radio fits perfect in my 1999 Chevy Silverado and looks good too. Easy install comes with everything you need. (Posted on 05/11/2016)
WOW - Can I give this 6 stars? Review by Natalie
Amazing! Sold my old Alpine for more than I paid for this unit and the Pumpkin is so much better! Tethers to my Android (Sony) phone allowing for Internet access or app downloads. Proprietary radio app is excellent and full featured. Bonus back up camera works great as well. Get this while you can - easily worth twice the price! (Posted on 04/11/2016)
Mark Review by Nightmare try
The GPS receiver worked for a day and a half before crapping out and making any and all navigation and location-aware apps useless. (Posted on 17/08/2016)

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