foolios wrote: rslatkin wrote:
I just ordered this wifi OBD adapter that has a power button.
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Delivery estimate is May 27-30. I'll let you know how it works after it arrives.
Been a couple of months. How well did this device work for you?
Anyone have a recommendation as to which wifi adapter seems like the best option? I see that a low profile one is desired. An on/off button on this linked one seems pretty nice too.
Any opinions appreciated.
Thanks in advance.
I ordered this Friday, and it came today (Wednesday) from Kentucky, in perfect condition. Plugged it in and it worked fine, no set up needed. Connected to the app without issues. My first use of OBD. Easy.
FYI, the listing shows 2 different units, a shorter, whiter one, and a longer, blacker one. They sent me the latter, and it's not a problem plugged in. Tried and there was no way I could hit it with my leg. Off button worked OK, no problem with wifi.
So, with 18k on a car manufactured in 5/12, driven since 11/12, (started at 10 miles on odometer), so 20 months in, and app shows:
Which, if I'm reading Stoaty's model correctly, is right in line for a car in the Boston area.
Question: Are the kWhs shown whats available to me, or whats in the pack, total?
Tires reported at 42.25 (3), and 42.5 (1), which is fine since I set them them in the shade on a cool morning at 41 and they're at 90 degrees in the sun and freshly driven on today.
Would also advocate for the ability to see the last values recorded. But don't mind the error screens as then I'm sure I've turned the unit off.
All in all a good app, thanks. What else can you do with it?
I hardly ever get below LBW, but it'll be handy if I do.
There's a used LEAF on Route 20 I'll go check out with it, so good for that.
'12 SL last reading @ 2 yr, 22k, 260 GIDs, 62.35 Ahr
'15 SV w/QC, Mfd 5/14, Leased 8/14, 292 GIDs, 64.38 Ahr when new
@ 36 months, 34k, 270 GID, 57.49 Ahr
'17 Bolt LT
6.72 kW Array