The PLX Devices Kiwi 4 is the next generation OBD2 interface that is eight times faster than its nearest competitor. It features AcceleratedPolling for iOS and Android, integrated Micro SD card, and data logging. Its compact size and fast response time make it the ideal tool for all your diagnostic needs. This OBD interface can also be used with diagnostic scanners or in a standalone mode. It can also be used to help diagnose and repair engine problems.
Unlike many other OBD-II interfaces, the Kiwi Bluetooth interface can communicate with third-party applications to monitor dozens of parameters, including fuel economy and engine rpm. The device can also relay trouble codes and train drivers on how to optimize their vehicles’ fuel economy. The PLX is not factory-installed, and it must be manually installed by the driver. However, it’s worth mentioning that it’s easy to install and uses the existing UI.
The Kiwi PLX’s Bluetooth interface is compatible with third-party vehicle monitoring apps, and can report dozens of OBD-II parameters. The data that can be reported from the Kiwi is limited by the car’s diagnostic system. This includes engine rpm, speed, air and coolant temperatures, and fuel efficiency. Depending on the model, Kiwi Bluetooth can also relay trouble codes. The device can also report battery voltage, temperature, and fuel economy.
Kiwi Bluetooth interface works with third-party applications to monitor dozens of parameters on a vehicle. Though the device’s functionality is limited by the parameters available through the car’s diagnostics system, it can report engine speed, coolant temperature, intake air temperature, and load. It can also report boost pressure on some forced-induction engines. Moreover, it can transmit trouble codes. The Bluetooth interface is compatible with other mobile devices, but it is not supported on a smartphone.
The Kiwi Bluetooth interface is compatible with third-party apps that monitor dozens of parameters on a car. However, the Kiwi Bluetooth interface is only as good as the car diagnostics system. It reports dozens of other parameters as well. The only limitation is that it is limited to OBD-II parameters. But, it is useful for DIYers, enthusiasts, tinkerers, and modders.
The Kiwi Bluetooth interface is a second-party device. It allows third-party apps to interact with it and relay information. The Bluetooth interface can also be used with third-party apps that monitor the car’s engine parameters. In addition, the Kiwi can also be used to diagnose trouble codes. Aside from the Bluetooth feature, the Kiwi can also be connected to a smartphone through USB. A USB cable connects to the device via the car’s USB port.
The Kiwi Bluetooth interface is also useful for monitoring third-party applications. It can monitor dozens of parameters using OBD-II technology. It is limited to the parameters available on the car diagnostics system. Some of the parameters it can monitor include the engine rpm, vehicle speed, and coolant and intake air temperature. It can also relay trouble codes. The Kiwi Bluetooth also allows the user to send and receive messages from other Bluetooth devices.
The Kiwi Bluetooth interface is used with third-party apps to monitor hundreds of parameters. It is limited to the parameters provided by the car’s OBD-II. Its other features include fuel economy information and training components. While these features are useful, they are not enough to replace your car’s original equipment. The Kiwi Bluetooth interface is a great accessory to add to any car. The app also allows you to use it with a smartphone and a compatible phone.
The Kiwi Bluetooth interface supports third-party vehicle monitoring apps. It is limited to dozens of parameters from the OBD-II diagnostics system. But it is capable of reporting engine rpm, vehicle speed, coolant temperature, intake air temperature, and engine load. Depending on your car’s engine, the Kiwi Bluetooth interface can also relay trouble codes. If your car is equipped with a GPS module, you can also connect it with a laptop.
The PLX device connects to your car with a standard 16-pin OBD-II connector. Its 6-foot cable is long enough to connect with your car. It is easy to mount with double-sided tape. The Kiwi unit is compatible with most vehicles, but there are a few common problems. The PLX is not designed to work with some cars. A Kiwi OBD adapter will work with your vehicle, but you may need to upgrade your vehicle’s OBD-II to make it work with this device.