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Freematics ONE

  • Simple programming (100% compatible with Arduino UNO)
  • Programmable with Arduino IDE or PlatformIO via USB
  • Easy access to OBD, motion sensor and GPS data with Arduino library
  • MicroSD card data logging
  • Optional BLE and cellular module

Freematics ONE+

  • Based on powerful ESP32 dual-core SoC with built-in WiFi & Bluetooth
  • 4MB or 16MB internal Flash memory
  • Programmable with Arduino IDE or PlatformIO via USB
  • Easy access to OBD, motion sensor and GPS data with Arduino library
  • MicroSD card data logging
  • Cellular network connectivity (optional)

OBD_UART_V2_1

Freematics OBD-II UART Adapter V2.1 (for Arduino)

  • Compatible and extended ELM327 AT command-set
  • Fast access to all standard OBD-II PIDs
  • Reading and clearing vehicle diagnostic trouble code (DTC)
  • CAN bus sniffing
  • Built-in 9-DOF motion sensor and sensor fusion algorithm
  • Serial UART and USB interface
  • Working as 5V/2.1A power supply

Freematics OBD-II I2C Adapter (for Arduino)

  • Compatible ELM327 command-set interface
  • Quick access to all OBD-II PIDs available from vehicle ECU
  • Reading and clearing vehicle diagnostic trouble code (DTC)
  • Built-in MEMS accelerometer and gyroscope
  • I2C data interface for accessing both OBD-II and MEMS data
  • Working as 5V/2A power supply

10Hz GPS Receiver for Arduino

  • U-Blox M8030 solution
  • Concurrent reception of GPS/QZSS, GLONASS
  • Up to 10Hz update rate
  • 72-Channel receiver
  • 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 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.

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Freematics Nano 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.

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

Freematics Mega Kit (Arduino MEGA based)

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

  • Power and data from OBD-II port
  • Color TFT LCD for live data display
  • Data logging on microSD card
  • 10Hz GPS receiver for Arduino (optional)
  • Arduino sketch for Arduino MEGA

Freematics ESP32 OBD Kit

This kit is based on Freematics Esprit, the Arduino compatible ESP32 dev board, together with 1.3″ OLED display and Freematics OBD-II UART Adapter. This kit is easy to start yet has a lot of potential for prototyping advanced connected car applications.

Freematics ESP32 GNSS Kit

This kit can work as a GPS data logger and tracker. It includes Freematics Esprit (ESP32 based), a 1.3″ OLED display and a 10Hz GNSS receiver, plus our well developed Arduino sketches and libraries.

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Freematics ESPRIT (ESP32 Arduino Devboard)

Freematics ESPRIT is an Arduino compatible development board based on Espressif ESP32 SoC with additional features for telematics projects.

  • Dual-core Tensilica LX6 microprocessor
  • Up to 240MHz clock frequency
  • 520kB internal SRAM, 4MB Flash memory
  • Integrated 802.11 BGN WiFi transceiver
  • Integrated dual-mode Bluetooth (classic and BLE)
  • Programming with Arduino

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