This device intercepts the communication between other ODBII interface and the car. It can store the data in microSD card or transmit it over USB or WiFi network. It supports CAN and K-line.
> 3 CAN Channel pins: 6/14, 3/11, 3/8
> 4-Kline Channels pins: 1,7,12,15
> MicroSD slot – used for standalone logging
> Micro USB port
> TFT Display
OBD Logger has 3 working modes:
1. Standalone logger – writes all the data to SD card (no need for computer)
2. USB interface
3. WiFi Interface
Supported CAN Speed: 100,125,200,250,500,800,1000
Supports 11bit and 29bit (extended) CAN
Supported K-line Speed: 4800,9600,10400,19200,38400,57600,115200,250000
What is shown on the display
HW: Hardware Serial Number
PC: Connection Status [Disconnected, Connected USB, Connected WiFi, Connected to SERVER]
SD: SD Card Information [Total Space/Used Space or NO SD Card]
CAN: Can message count before filtering [messages per second/Sum: Total message count]
Fc: Filtered CAN. CAN message count after active filters
K: K-line information [Bytes per second/ Total bytes]
SEQ: Current sequence of the file used for storing logs.
Used: Usage counter. How many times the device was powered on
FiS: CAN Filter Single. Shows currently used ID for filtering
FiR: CAN Filter Range. Shows the range definition used for filtering can messages
CYC: Only for development
Uptime: Seconds passed after the device was boot
IP: IP address of the device.
Green triangle: The device is online and up to date.