This development kit allows you to access your vehicle’s CAN bus via the OBD-II connector. The development kit can be connected (plugged) to your vehicle’s OBD-II port (On-Board Diagnostics port). The base board of the development kit is integrated with an Atmega32U4 microprocessor.
The CAN-Bus library is available to write sketches using Arduino IDE to send and receive messages from the CAN bus network and also allows you to fetch useful data from the messages. The output data can be taken through the USB Type-C port or you can store them on a microSD card (TF card) by inserting it into the microSD slot.
The main board in the kit is based on the MCP2551 CAN transceiver and MCP2515 CAN receiver, which provides a baud rate from 5kb/s to 1Mb/s.
A NEO-6 GPS breakout is seated on the base board allowing you to track your vehicle with this fantastic small module by logging the GPS data to a microSD card.
You will love it, happy hacking!
- Male OBD-II connector
- Easy-to-use Arduino library
- Integrated ATmega32U4 – 8-bit AVR microcontroller
- NEO-6 GPS breakout
- Integrated microSD card (or TF card) slot
USB Type-C port for output
Supports up to 115200 UART baud rate (default 9600)
Supports up to 1Mb/s CAN Bus baud rate
LED indicators for TX and RX
OBD Ⅱ Slaver(Baseboard) x 1
- GPS Board x 1
- Plastic Case x 1
- Screw Driver x 1