KONNWEI KW901 Wifi ELM327 V1.5 OBD2 Car Scan Tool Diagnostic Scanner Engine Code Reader for Android Phone

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Product Specification

This product can only test 12V cars compliant with OBD2 and EOBD standards. These are the five major protocols: CAN, J1850 PWM,
J1850 VPW, ISO9141, KWP2000,One of the protocols is
gasoline / diesel / Hybrid .

SSID: CLKDevices

Port: 35000

Range: 50 ft (Line of sight)

Antenna: Internal

Power Consumption: 0.75 Watts (With Power Switch)

Wifi Standard: 802.11a/b/g

Operating Temperature: -15 to 100 Deg Celsius

Plastic: Automotive Grade
Physical Dimensions: 2.75 x 1.25 x 1.2 inches


CLKis capable of communicating with vehicles which adopt following protocols:  

-ISO 9141

-ISO 11898(aka. CAN)

-ISO 14230(aka. KWP2000)

-ISO 15765(aka. CAN)

-SAE J1939

What language will be displayed when you download and installs the software, the default is English.


CLKis able to detect and interpret these protocols automatically. It also provides support for high speed communications and
a low power sleep mode. It use AT commands to communicate with a host device (PC, notebook, iPhone, 
IPOD touch, iPad and so on).

There are plenty of software packages available, which are fully compatible withCLK. Some of them have pretty useful features, such as
engine running parameters monitoring, DTC reading and clearing, MPG meter, etc. You can even write your own software on a specified
hardware platform if you wish, because the AT commands are fully documented and very well explained.CLKis measuring only
2.7 x 1.25x 0.9 inches, and it comes attached with a 6 ft OBDII cable for easy installation. It also comes included with a power switch
built-in to prevent the need for having to constantly disconnect your unit from the OBDII port.It is compatible with 1996 and later vehicles.
Connecting to your iPhone /
IPOD touch is made by WIFI connection in adHoc mode.


With proper software installed in the host device, you may have following parameters read out from your vehicle:

-Vehicle Speed


-Fuel Consumption*

-Engine Coolant Temp

-Fuel Pressure

-Calculated Engine Load

-Throttle Position

-Intake Manifold Pressure

-Air Intake Temp

-Timing Advance

-Mass Air Flow

-Fuel Level

-Barometric Pressure

-EVAP System Vapor Pressure

-Fuel Trim