Obdspace P10 Obd2 Auto Scanner On-Board Computer Hud Display Temperature Consumption Speedometer Gauge Obd 2 Car Diagno
OBDSPACE P10 OBD2 Auto Scanner On-board Computer HUD Display Temperature Consumption Speedometer Gauge OBD 2 Car Diagnostic Tool
OBDSPACE P10 car driving trip computer is a small car instrument with powerful functions, which is especially suitable for vehicles without a tachometer, an engine coolant temperature gauge and fuel consumption display functions.Car owners can scan and clear regular vehicle fault codes at their discretion and reduce repair costs, without going to the 4S shop.
1. Display and monitor battery voltage,generatorcharging voltage,
2. Offering vehicle over speed alarm,high engine coolant temperature alarm
3. Monitorfule consumption and brake test.
4. Read vehicle data streams,engine fault codes and DTC.
1. Coolant temperature early alarm,
2. Over-speed early alarm,
3. Shifting reminding early alarm
4. Vehicle fault early alarm; bring car owners great convenience for safe driving.
5. Clearing fault codes
6. Digital speed mater
7. Engine speed display
8. Fule consumption display
9. Battery voltage display
P10 Smart OBD OBD2 Gauge Scan Tool Support Car List :
1. America Car (include Brazil):from 2004 to now
2. Europe Car:from 2004 to now
3. France Car:DS,Peugeot,Citroen,Renault and so on not support
4.Japanese Car:from 2008 to now
5.Korean Car:from 2007 to now
7.Chinese Car:from 2008 to now
6. Russia Car:For LADA Niva , 1.7 Gasoline , from 2011 to now.For LADA Priora , 1.5 Gasoline , from 2008 to now.
1.It only supports gasoline and diesel vehicles
2.No device can work for all cars , most of the car in list will fit.If you don't know your vehicle support or not,please leave a message in this formrdquoAudi A4 2.0 2016 Gasoline,we will reply you in 24 hours.
Display: 2.4 inch
Operating voltage: 10-18V DC
Operating current: <80mA
Sleep current: <15mA
Operating temperature: -20~8 C
Product volume: 57mm*67mm*46mm
USB/OBD Cabble Length: 1.5m
Notice:OBDSPACE P10 not support SAEJ1850 Protocols.
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