Some of you may already be familiar with the OBD technology, but for those who are not familiar, let me briefly introduce it for you. OBD stands for on-board diagnostics, which constitutes a standard system for computer networks in cars or trucks. And OBD scanner is an external diagnostic tool used with the OBD system on the vehicle. It is used to diagnose (or more accurately, self-diagnose) any problems related to the car and report it to the user.

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How to choose the right OBD-ii Scanner?

About Fiberall's OBD Scanner product introduction

What should I pay attention to when buying OBD Scanner?

How to choose the right OBD-ii Scanner?
Now, you may be wondering how OBD-ii Scanner is different from its predecessor, OBD Scanner. In the latter, the design and work are OEM-specific, and its nested generation uses similar communication processes, connectors and code patterns.

So far, you may have gained some knowledge about OBD-ii Scanner and its functions. Let us now look at all the different factors to consider when choosing OBD-ii Scanner. The task of choosing OBD-ii Scanner is not as easy as it seems.

When you set out to buy on your own, you need to have an exact understanding of your car. Since each car is unique and needs to be processed in this way, choosing the right OBD-ii Scanner is a relatively tedious task. However, once the installation is complete, your car will be safer and the experience will be better than ever.

What should I pay attention to when buying OBD Scanner?
First, determine which car scanner you really intend to use, whether you need OBD-ii Scanner or just OBD1 Scanner. OBD1 Scanner has limited functions. It has several functions, basically all of which are designed to inform users about problems that need to be diagnosed. For those with limited budgets, OBD1 Scanner will be a good choice. OBD1 Scanner has a compatibility-related issue, that is, not all car models can use these basic code readers. Also don't get me wrong, the basic model is also an effective tool and can save lives.

On the other hand, when starting to buy OBD Scanner for your car, there are some considerations to consider. Therefore, before buying, you need to ask yourself some basic questions. High-end models are more advanced. Choosing OBD-ii Scanner can provide drivers with great confidence and safety. OBD-ii Scanner has wider compatibility and has many features and functions, such as:

Poor air control-the system can detect anti-lock braking systems, airbags and other functions of the car, and can also reset them.

Information on the screen-The diagnostic code is displayed directly on the screen to provide a better user experience.

Printability-the detected code and subsequent results can be made into physical copies, that is, the information can be passed to the printer when necessary.

Real-time dynamic-real-time display of all information about the working status of the car and its sensors. This provides users with accurate and updated information, and any abnormal information will be reported at the same time.

Storage and data logging-Data and information are stored securely in the sensor memory so they can be accessed at any time in the future. This data can be used to identify a specific car and evaluate its past.