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In this instructable you will learn how to connect your Raspberry Pi to a Bluetooth OBD-II adapter and display realtime engine data to your cars aftermarket head unit!
Raspberry Pi Model B or B+ Aftermarket head unit (Note: Must support Auxiliary input) Plugable USB Bluetooth 4.0 Low Energy Micro Adapter 2A Car Supply / Switch or ...
OBD stands for On-Board Diagnostics, and this standard connector has been mandated in the US since 1996. Now you can think of OBD-II as an on-board computer system ...
pyOBD (aka pyOBD-II or pyOBD2) is an open source OBD-II (SAE-J1979) compliant scantool software written entirely in Python. It is designed to interface with low-cost ELM 32x OBD-II ...
Before you start you will need a working install of Raspbian with network access.We'll be doing this from a console cable connection, but you can just as easily ...
The vehicle installation is quite simple.1. Insert the USB Bluetooth dongle into the Raspberry Pi along with the SD card.2. Insert the OBD-II Bluetooth adapter into the SAE ...
If you would like to log your data run:# cd pyobd-pi # python obd_recorder.pyThe logged data file will be saved under: /home/username/pyobd-pi/log/Enjoy and drive safe!
Aftermarket head unit (Note: Must support Auxiliary input)
Plugable USB Bluetooth 4.0 Low Energy Micro Adapter
2A Car Supply / Switch or Micro USB Car Charger
ELM327 Bluetooth Adapter or ELM327 USB Cable
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