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Re: measuring capacity loss through CanIon

Sat Jan 20, 2018 8:47 am

yes there are many cheap clones out there. Only buy from to get a real OBDLink LX. ebay is full of counterfeit obdlink devices.
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Re: measuring capacity loss through CanIon

Tue Jan 30, 2018 9:09 am

Barbagris wrote:Does anyone know why I do not have any reading in the Ah field?

CanION is updated, the car is a clone (Peugeot) and the OBD-II is an STN1170.

Everything measures perfectly, just does not give me any value for "Ah" :x

Any ideas?



Trying to update the firmware of the STN1170 OBD2 I toasted it. :(

Today has arrived a new OBDLINK LX

32,2 Ah :( at 81.000 km. It's a 2011 car.

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