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ELM327 WIFI Wireless OBD2 OBDII Car Auto Diagnostic Scanner Adapter Reader for iPhone5 iPad4 iOS PC

3.8 out of 5 stars 26 customer reviews
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  • WiFi OBD-II Car Diagnostic Tool for Apple iPad iPhone iPod Touch , directly connects via WiFi. You will need to purchase your own software from the app store
  • Will require Apple iPhone, iPod touch or iPad iOS 3.0 or later with WiFi capabilities
  • Suitable for engine management systems (not ABS airbag etc)
  • Diagnose the engine fault codes and reset the engine or MIL light
  • Compatible with petrol cars from 2001 and diesel cars from 2004. Not suitable for vans!

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Product details

  • Boxed-product Weight: 82 g
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  • ASIN: B00BHUNL80
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 19 Feb. 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Scan your OBD-II compliant vehicle for engine trouble codes and real-time data straight to your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad. The diagnostic scanner will read and clear diagnostic trouble codes, however requires additional software to complete these operations. Software can be purchased from your apple store (Rev / FUZZYCar / DashCmd / SpeedPORT / Nova Scan etc).


Customer Reviews

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Does what I want it to do and means I can keep an eye on my car and any fault codes before a garage tries to sting you. I leave mine connected all the time - connect via my iPhone 4 and iPad (latest) fine and comes up as CLKDevice in the WiFi area on your phone when searched for - the device has an IP address of 192.168.0.10 and subnet of 255.255.255.0 so you need to set your wifi connection on your phone as a static address of 192.168.0.11 - 255.255.255.0 and then connection is instant.
that a mechanic and will save a lot of money if there are issues as you will be able to trouble shoot a lot quicker - I use it with the app called engine link from the app store which is about £3.99 - as some of the other apps want to charge a fortune and do not work.
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Plugged straight into my Volvo S40 (2001), just under the steering wheel. I paired it with my iPad (2nd Gen) and downloaded a free app (called EOBD-Facile) which successfully diagnosed the engine warning light as "Lean Fuel Mixture". As this is not engine threatening, I drove around until the next fuel fill up and Bob's your Uncle, the light went out. A bad batch of fuel!

Saved me about £40 off the price of visiting my local dealer, and more if they had decided to start replacing components.
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I got this device after trying a bluetooth version. The bluetooth version (which is cheaper) didn't work with my iPhone, whereas this one worked perfectly. I use the app "EngineLink", which worked perfectly with this device. It's free for very basic usage, so good to test, and then only about £4 to unlock all its features.
Overall great little device that is powered by your cars ODB2 port.
I recommend looking at how to set this up on youtube as it comes with no instructions!
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I installed this unit, in my Car an Audi from 2011. Then i tried to contact the unit with my Iphone, Ipad and last with my PC and all failed. The unit presents its SSID on the wireless LAN. Allunits connects to the wireless network without problem, however the unit doesn't respond to any communication.I work as a network expert and consultant so I started to investigate what went wrong.
I ran wireshark sniffer to see what the unit does.
It fails to answer on ARP requests. It fails to answer on any communication even all subnet and subnet broadcast.
The unit is totally dead except for the fact that it sends out its SSID.

Suggestion for improvement:
The unit should have a DHCP server so you don't have to put in your address manually every time you reconnect.
The software that is sent with this unit has a keygenerator that my firewall consider malware, I had to stop my firewall in order to install the software. REALLY, this not acceptable.
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Bought this because the MIL on our Avensis was on and I wanted to know the fault code.
Item arrived very quickly and all as described which was good re seller.
Problem came for me with the app of choice from Appstore. I bought Dashcommand for £34.99 and although it connected it would not work with this device, it just remained stuck at 'detecting PIDs'. What a waste of money.
I then bought EngineLink for just £4.99 and within seconds it had linked to this and showed my fault code. The EngineLink app also shows you through the process of linking this device which could be daunting for some users. The Enginelink is HD and ordinary so choose which one you want first as they are both £4.99
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Worked straight away with Dash Commander. Just set your IP to 192.168.0.11 port 35000. No problems. Device does not power down when the car is off.
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This works well with the engine link app from iTunes, I have used it on several makes of car and it's had no problem with ant of them.
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I was expecting this device to transmit data faster then the bluetooth version of the OBD device, but i was shocked to see how much it lags while updating the phone. Im pretty sure its not either of the phones i have used that are at fault. I've used the HTC One and an iPhone 5s on both wifi and bluetooth versions of the OBD comms devices to come to this conclusion.

In theory the wifi version should be faster, but it wasn't???

Maybe it was the application i used???

For reference I'm using 'Torque Pro' on the Android device and 'iOBD2' on the iOS one.

This product shouldn't be advertised as faster comms, VERY misleading!
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