OBD2 adapter, app bring the repair shop to the tablet

November 19, 2014 // By Christoph Hammerschmidt
The EasyDiag Plus adapter from Launch Europe connects a tablet computer or smartphone to the on-board diagnostics (OBD-2) socket and provides an in-depth analysis of to car brands that can be freely chosen. In addition it supports specific interactions with ECUs such as ABS/SRS, Airbag, or transmission controller.

The EasyDiag Plus adapter connects to the handheld device via Bluetooth; the related app (available for Apple and Android) can be downloaded free of charge from the adapter vendor. The software provides a vehicle-specific in-depth analysis for two vehicle brands without cost; additional brands can be downloaded against the payment of a fee. This analysis allows users to look deeply into software and control systems of the respective vehicle. Besides this analysis, the adapter supports standard OBD-2 and EOBD diagnosis for all brands and displays real-time data. In addition, the EasyDiag Plus contains software that allows users to look into the engine management functions, enabling him to check OBD error codes or read out data like engine coolant temperature.

More information: http://www.launch-europe.de

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