New OBD-II sensors added

We published new versions for Windows Phone and Android few days ago. These updates contained some improvements to connection establishing and some bug fixes. However, the greatest value these updates brought is the 16 new sensors that were added. All of these are totally free for all existing customers. However, remember that your car needs to support the sensors too in order for the app to be able to show the values.

The added OBD-II parameters

  • Battery Voltage (reported by the adapter)
  • Driver’s Demand Engine – Percent Torque ($61)
  • Actual Engine – Percent Torque ($62)
  • Engine Reference Torque ($63)
  • Engine Percent Torque Data ($64)
    • Engine Percent Torque At Idle, Point 2 – 5
  • Auxiliary Input / Outputs ($65)
    • Power Take Off (PTO) Status
    • Auto Trans Neutral Driver Status
    • Manual Trans Neutral Gear Status
    • Glow Plug Lamp Status
  • Mass Air Flow Sensor ($66)
    • Sensor A and B
  • Engine Coolant Temperature ($67)
    • Sensor 1 and 2
  • Intake Air Temperature Sensor ($68)
    • Bank 1 – Sensor 1
    • Bank 1 – Sensor 2
    • Bank 1 – Sensor 3
    • Bank 2 – Sensor 1
    • Bank 2 – Sensor 2
    • Bank 2 – Sensor 3
  • Commanded EGR and EGR Error ($69)
    • Commanded EGR Duty Cycle/Position A and B
    • Actual EGR Duty Cycle/Position A and B
    • EGR Error A and B
  • Commanded Diesel Intake Air Flow Control and Relative Intake Air Flow Position ($6A)
    • Commanded Intake Air Flow Control A and B
    • Relative Intake Air Flow Position A and B
  • Exhaust Gas Recirculation Temperature ($6B)
    • Bank 1 – Sensor 1
    • Bank 1 – Sensor 2
    • Bank 2 – Sensor 1
    • Bank 2 – Sensor 2
  • Commanded Throttle Actuator Control and Relative Throttle Position ($6C)
    • Commanded Throttle Actuator Control A and B
    • Relative Throttle Position A and B
  • Fuel Pressure Control System ($6D)
    • Commanded Fuel Rail Pressure A and B
    • Fuel Rail Pressure A and B
    • Fuel Rail Temperature A and B
  • Injection Pressure Control System ($6E)
    • Commanded Injection Control Pressure A and B
    • Injection Control Pressure A and B
  • Turbocharger Compressor Inlet Pressure ($6F)
    • Turbocharger Compressor Inlet Pressure Sensor A and B
    • Injection Control Pressure A and B

OBD Mode A

In addition, the Android version is now able to read emission related permanent trouble codes (OBD Mode A). The Windows Phone app will get this feature in the next release. And the desktop version will get all the sensors and the OBD Mode A in the next release. Stay tuned!




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