BrainyTrade Super Mini ELM327 V1.5 OBD2 OBD-II Bluetooth CAN-BUS Auto Diagnostic Tool
Read diagnostic trouble codes, both generic and manufacturer-specific, and display their meaning (over 3000 generic code definitions in the database).
Display current sensor data, including:
b. Calculated Load Value
c. Coolant Temperature
d. Fuel System Status
e. Vehicle Speed
f. Short Term Fuel Trim
g. Long Term Fuel Trim
h. Intake Manifold Pressure
i. Timing Advance
j. Intake Air Temperature
k. Air Flow Rate
l. Absolute Throttle Position
m. Oxygen sensor
voltages/associated short term fuel trims
n. Fuel System status
o. Fuel Pressure
p. Many others…
Dimensions: 4.8 * 2.5 * 3.5cm
Net weight: 23g
Total weight: 27g
1 * ELM327 Bluetooth OBD2 Scanner Tool
- Works with all OBD-II compliant vehicles;Wireless (Bluetooth)
- Erase trouble codes and turn off the MIL (“Check Engine” light).
- Software included for Palm, PDA, Mobile, Windows PC, Smartphone(not for iphone)
- Support OBD-II protocols: ISO15765-4 (CAN), ISO14230-4 (KWP2000), ISO9141-2, J1850 VPW, J1850 PWM.
- Read diagnostic trouble codes, both generic and manufacturer-specific, and display their meaning (over 3000 generic code definitions in the database).
3 thoughts on “BrainyTrade Super Mini ELM327 V1.5 OBD2 OBD-II Bluetooth CAN-BUS Auto Diagnostic Tool”
Nice try but doesn’t work. I tried this on three different Android devices. They were running 4.1, 4.0.3, and 2.3.2 respectively. The ELM327 would readily pair in every instance. But despite my best efforts I could not get it to connect. The Torque App which I’d previously used successfully with a KIWI PLX Bluetooth absolutely refused to recognize this device despite my best efforts.I think it is hit or miss with these inexpensive ELM327 devices. Many of them seem to function without issue. But a rare few are like the one I received and refuse to either pair and/or connect.
Worked ok… for a month I had this product in my car for a month, worked great with the Torque Pro app, then it died. The lights would power up and then die and it just flat out stopped working. Seems like cheap electronics were used to build it. I tested it in 3 other different makes of cars just to be sure. Flat out died and stopped working.To top it off, when I returned it, I was charged a “restocking fee” that was deducted from the amount. Really? A restocking fee for a DEFECTIVE item that no longer works? Why would you “restock” a broken device? Restocking means you’re going to resell it. I feel bad for the next person in line who ends up with my broken one.
Works great. A cheap thing but works perfect. I used it with Torque on android no problems. It shows little information though. Very basic information only.