The OBD (On-Board Diagnostics) port is a connection on cars from which we can gather data about different aspects of our vehicle's performance, such as the condition of the catalyzer or the emissions level.
Your vehicle's info center.
Your Android smartphone can become the data panel that gathers all this information by means of Torque OBD Check. This adapter uses the OBD2 system (also known as OBD II), which is the second generation of this port, to connect to the car and analyze its performance.
What information can you check with this application connected to your OBD port?
- Power and Torque data.
- Transmission temperature.
- Time to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h.
- CO2 emissions.
The information gathered by the application in terms of car behavior can be sent in CSV format to be registered on spreadsheet editors such as Excel or Google Sheets.