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Freematics OBD-II I2C Adapter (for Arduino)

Features:

  • Directly pluggable into vehicle’s OBD-II port
  • Compatible ELM327 command-set interface
  • Fast (up to 100Hz) access to all OBD-II PIDs available in vehicle ECU
  • Accessing and clearing vehicle diagnostic trouble code (DTC)
  • Built-in voltage meter
  • I2C data interface for accessing both OBD-II and MEMS data

 

OBD_UART_V2_1

Freematics OBD-II UART Adapter V2 (for Arduino)

Features:

  • Directly pluggable into vehicle’s OBD-II port
  • Compatible and extended ELM327 command-set interface
  • Fast (up to 100Hz) access to all OBD-II PIDs available in vehicle ECU
  • Accessing and clearing vehicle diagnostic trouble code (DTC)
  • Built-in accelerometer and gyroscope
  • Built-in voltage meter
  • Serial UART and USB interface

 

10Hz GPS Receiver for Arduino

Features:

  • U-Blox M8030 solution
  • Concurrent reception of GPS/QZSS, GLONASS
  • Up to 10Hz update rate
  • 3.3V-5V working voltage
  • 72-Channel receiver
  • Extremely high sensitivity -167dBm
  • Accuracy 2.5m (Autonomous) / <2m[SBAS]

 

Freematics Vehicle Data Logger V3 (discontinued)

An Arduino compatible device with OBD-II access and many built-in components useful for comprehensive vehicle data logging, including 6-axis motion sensor, microSD seat, BLE wireless module, GPS module and receiver, all accessible with Arduino libraries. This product was on Kickstarter in Feb 2014.

 

 

 

Freematics Vehicle Data Logger V4 (Freematics ONE)

Freematics ONE is our state-of-the-art vehicle telematics data collector, adapter, logger and transmitter. In addition to features from V3, it also supports

  • WIFI and cellular network support (by xBee modules)
  • High update rate GPS positioning (by external receiver module)
  • Uploading Arduino sketch via USB, iOS App and USB BLE dongle
  • Faster SPI inter-connection

 

IMG_8897

Freematics OBD-II Emulator

Freematics OBD-II Emulator MK2 is world’s smallest OBD-II emulator supporting KWP2000, ISO9141, CAN bus and J1850 simulation. It features a standard 16-pin female OBD-II port identical to that of a real car and responds in the same way to a plugged OBD-II compliant device by simulating signals for OBD-II PIDs, OBD-II readiness monitors, diagnostic trouble code (DTC), VIN and etc.

 

 

kits

OBD-II Telematics Starter Kit (Arduino Nano based)

This kit contains basic components needed to put up a device that can read vehicle data and display it on a OLED display module. You can place it anyway on your dashboard that you feel comfortable or make a enclosure for it. It features

  • Open-source sketch for Arduino Nano
  • Power and vehicle data from OBD-II port
  • High brightness OLED screen for live data display
  • Small footprint and simple wiring

 

OBD-II Telematics Advanced Kit (Arduino MEGA based)

This kit puts up a comprehensive OBD-II and GPS data logger with live display. It features

  • Open-source sketch for Arduino MEGA
  • Power and vehicle data from OBD-II port
  • Color TFT LCD for live data display
  • Data logging on microSD card
  • Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) connectivity
  • 10Hz GPS receiver for Arduino (optional)

 

Freematics 3.2″ TFT LCD Touch Shield

Freematics 3.2″ TFT LCD Touch Display Shield is a multifunctional shield designed for Arduino MEGA and Arduino DUE with display (3.2″ color TFT LCD touch screen display), storage (microSD socket), I/O extension (two serial UART and one I2C sockets) and wireless communication (optional onboard Bluetooth Low Energy or Bluetooth 2.1 module).