OBD Scanner

Specs

Bluetooth version4.2 BR/EDR
Range30 m
Avg. communication latency35 ms
Max. sensor read frequency460 Hz
Power supply through DLC+12 V
External power supply optionavailable
Avg. current consumption4.4 mA (idle), 12 mA (connected)
Case construction3D printed
Case materialABS
Case dimensionsL 46 mm x W 23 mm x H 14 mm
ECU CompatibilityHonda OBD1/2A/2B that have
3 pin or 5 pin DLC connector
(Compatibility Guidelines)
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Description

  • Hondash OBD Scanner  is an interface device that connects to data link connector (DLC) and establishes wireless Bluetooth communication between engine control unit (ECU) and destination device.
  • The scanner is powered through the DLC connector. More options for powering the scanner are described here.

Product photos (Version V3.5)

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(Version V1, Version V2, Version V3)

DLC diagnostic connector locations

The 3 pin DLC diagnostic connector (blue color, some versions may be grey or yellow) is usually inserted in a protective rubber sleeve (green or blue color) alongside a 2 pin SCS connector (3 pin + 2 pin connectors in a single protective sleeve)
* the 2 pin connector is a SCS service check connector for self-diagnostics purposes, it's not meant for diagnostics data transmission

hondash dlc connector location main
hondash dlc connector location 1
behind the center
console
hondash dlc connector location 2
behind the right kick panel,
which covers the ECU
hondash dlc connector location 3
below the glove box,
right corner