PRLog - Oct. 25, 2012 - LOUGHBOROUGH, U.K. -- Created to boost the performance of mobile OBD2 Apps such as Torque Pro and DashCommand, OBDLink MX is the first Bluetooth scan tool that can access SW CAN and MS CAN networks, as well as standard OBD2 protocols.
ESPAutomotive manager Neil Thompson explained: “OBDLink MX is up to four times faster than its closest competitor. And because it employs BatterySaver technology, users can even leave OBDLink MX plugged in without draining the battery when the engine is off.”
As well as accelerating PC software by up to 400%, OBDLink MX boosts the speed of apps by as much as 250%, providing faster screen updates and more graph points. And because it supports SW CAN and MS CAN protocols, MX is the only scan tool in its class that can access these proprietary GM and Ford networks, in addition to the five standard OBD2 protocols – making it compatible with all cars, 4x4s and light commercials sold in the UK and Europe since 2000.
At just under two inches in length, OBDLink MX is the world’s smallest scan tool and is claimed to be hack-proof thanks to its cutting-edge security scheme, virtually eliminating the risk of unauthorised access. MX enables users to read and clear Check Engine Lights, as well as interpreting diagnostic codes and pinpointing remedies.
OBDLink MX also comes with free diagnostics software – including ScanTool.net’