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    Heavy & robust casing for rough service use
    Connects to PC via RS232
    Working for PWM protocol over ELM320 Interpreter MCU
    Cable is based on certified RS232 level shifters
    Led for Power, Bus+ and Bus- which shows the current logic status
    Powered from car battery over OBD2 connector

    Software for ELM32X-based interfaces:
    Free software:
    GM Mode 22 Scan Tool by Terry
    OBD Gauge for PalmOS and Pocket PC by Dana Peters
    OBD Logger by Jonathan Senkerik
    OBD-II ScanMaster by Wladimir Gurskij (ScanMaster 3.52 - local copy)
    OBD2 Scantool by Ivan Andrewjeski
    OBDII for ELM322 by David Huffman
    pyOBD by Donour Sizemore for MacOSX and Linux
    RDDTC by Pete Calinski
    Real Scan by Brent Harris
    ScanTest for Pocket PC by Ivan Ganev aka a-ser
    wOBD by WDT

    Non-free software:
    ElmOScan NEW! by Softator (available in Finnish).

    ELM320 Interface with integrated OBD2 connector (with ELM Chip)
    RS232 extension cable to connect the Interface to the PC

    Reference Data:
    The ELM320 OBDII Interface, allows you to talk to your 41.6KHz J1850 PWM OBD (On Board
    Diagnostics) equipped vehicle through a standard RS232 serial connection, using only simple ASCII
    commands. This updated version remains just as easy to use, but is now completely programmable,
    allowing even more control, and of course possibilities. As before, the user need only issue the desired
    commands - the data formatting, error checking, bus arbitration, etc. is all handled by the ELM320. If
    you presently use one of our v1.x ICs, you will be pleased to know that this version is pin-compatible
    with the old (the only difference at power-up is that linefeeds are now on by default). Simply unplug the
    old and plug in the new.

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