OBDuino: car diagnostics with Arduino

Posted on Tuesday, December 28th, 2010 in Arduino, measurement by the machinegeek

The OBDuino is an in-car real-time display of various information, like speed, RPM, instant fuel consumption or average trip fuel consumption as well as others PIDs supported by the car. It reads the data from the car’s OBD-II connector, interfacing it via a MC33290 chip to the Arduino which processes the CAN data and outputs to a 2×16 LCD.

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One Response to “OBDuino: car diagnostics with Arduino”

  1. mihai says:

    nice work.
    i want to make for my car the same like you.
    please tell me how read fuel consumtion.
    thanks a lot

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