The vehicle data logger is installed in a lightduty vehicle and used to monitor and record driving behaviour and vehicle performance. The OBDII-Dongle50 device includes simple color-coded LEDs that identify and validate
the operation of each of the device. The device stores data on the microSD card only – there are no active radio modules for wireless data transmissions.
The device is powered by the vehicle’s 12 volt supply directly. The device powers up when the vehicle’s ignition is turned on and powers down 60 seconds after the vehicle engine is stopped.
The device operates autonomously collecting data on an SD card and the OttoView-DTS software utility is used to
extract the data logs and to upload the information into the desired output file format: CSV (Comma Separated Value);
KML (GoogleEarth®) and IPL (Incremental Position Logic for access to www.myottomate.com reports).
High Quality and Comprehensive Data: Data captured at 1 Hz sampling rate including location-based information, speed, distance, idling, fuel economy, emissions, and various other vehicle performance options including RPM, coolant temperature, mass air flow etc.
Historical and reliable data storage: Years of data can be collected and stored on the SD memory card.
Standards-compliant: Connects to SAEJ1979 passenger vehicles.
Easy-to-install: Installed under the dash without the need for cables or any special tools or professional installation services.
Reliable: The device will draw power exclusively from the diagnostic interface and includes power management functions that allow it to operate autonomously.
Easy Data Management: Simple tools and data export functionality included within the OttoView-DTS application software utility.