OBDIIOn-Board Diagnostics II (vehicle diagnostic system)
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Out of the many aftermarket scan tools offered on the market, commercial brands available to as are the following: Sunpro[TM], Snap-on[TM], OTC[TM], Actron Kal-Equip 9615[TM], Auto Xray EZ-Link[TM] OBDII Scanner, Blue Streak Electronics BDM Pro Diagnostic Monitor[TM], Interro Systems PST 500[TM], Matco Tools Determinator[TM], MPSI Pro Link 9000[TM], SPX-OTC Monitor Enhanced 4000[TM], Vetronix Corporation Mastertech[TM].
It allows the user to extract OBDII or J1939 information from the vehicle through one interface while he or she may operate the backhoe or lift through the other interface.
OCTO Fleet OCTO Fleet is a professionally installed solution for commercial fleets that cannot support OBDII ports.
Working with Modus, Sprint has launched a text disablement product that goes beyond the technology of many app-based solutions because it is hard wired into a device that plugs into the vehicle's on-board diagnostic port (OBDII).
Description: The NaviZOT F2 GPS Tracker incorporates onboard diagnostics II (OBDII) technology, doubling as a GPS tracker and an onboard diagnostic tool.
Geotab GO6 plugs into the vehicle's OBDII (On-Board Diagnostic) port and relays information back to a web-based interface for fleet managers.
This plug-and-play wireless device connects to your car's OBDII port (below the steering wheel), works in any vehicle made after 1995, and with its car diagnostics apps it will tell you what's wrong.
(A fuel cap check and visual inspection also must follow either emissions test.) After 2002, all vehicles of model year 1996 or later tested using the (on-board diagnostic) OBDII test.
"This compact, innovative OBDII (on-board diagnostic) device offers our ecosystem and enterprise customers the ability to incorporate plug-and-play easy installation into fleet management or usage-based insurance applications at an affordable price point.
Connect one end to the OBDII computer port and the other end to a portable jump start box or any other 12-volt power supply (battery or battery maintainer).
The current version is called the OBDII. It is essentially America's first federally mandated public-health computer.