This new Arduino sketch is designed for testing out OBD-II Adapter (both model A and model B) and benchmarking the data access speed of OBD-II and MEMS sensor. It works with our OBD-II Telematics Kit #2 and #3 as well as an Arduino board stacked with any of the color LCD shields available in our online store. Code committed – http://github.com/stanleyhuangyc/ArduinoOBD
A critical bug in the firmware of Freematics OBD-II Emulator MK2 (J1850 supported version) has just been fixed. This bug will cause the emulator to hang after the PID 010B is polled. This is a bug caused by a typo but seriously affects the stability of the emulator. It is strongly recommended all customers owning the hardware perform a firmware upgrade. Non-J1850-capable emulators are not affected. The latest firmware is distributed with the latest GUI software package.
We are truly sorry for this!
Duo Bluetooth module (BLE+BT 2.1) is now available as new wireless option for Freematics Vehicle Data Logger V3. That means any Bluetooth capable devices, old or new, 2.1 or 4.0, can connect with the same data logger.
The update sketch added test procedures and support for MPU-9150 9-axis MEMS module available in the new OBD-II I2C Adapter while 6-axis MPU-6050 is also supported with the same MPU9150 Arduino library. OBD library was also update recently. All the latest code and libraries were already committed to Github repository.
New firmware for Freematics OBD-II Emulator is available. In this update, several reported issues have been fixed including the DTC resetting issue. Since the release of BLE version of the emulator, the firmware now has two versions for hardware with and without BLE. For those purchased the BLE version of emulator before the release of our Freematics Emulator iOS app, please update your hardware with the latest firmware with the GUI software in order to use the emulator wirelessly with our iOS app.