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Locks and Security News: your weekly locks and security industry newsletter
24th May 2023 Issue no. 657

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TDB014 OBD Port Tester

* OBD-port-tester.jpgThe Diagnostic Box are pleased to announce the release of the new product TDB014 OBD Port Tester.


The OBD Port Tester connects to a vehicle?s OBDII / EOBD connector and lets you easily diagnose electrical faults.
- Instantly check power and ground circuits
- Identify communication link protocols
- Constantly monitor Battery Voltage with display



(Pin 16) - automatically turn-on as soon as you plugged into DLC.

RED LED's turn dim when:
- Low battery voltage - refer to Voltmeter and alarm will beep (below 12V)
- Wiring to DLC pin 16 is faulty
- Grounds circuits has resistance issues

(Pins 4 and 5) - automatically turn-on as soon as you plugged into DLC. Ground LEDs (Pin 4 and 5) is connected to battery voltage through pin 16. Therefore, a ground supply on pin 4 will not affect LED 5. A dim single green LED will indicate a circuit problem with the circuit.

* Diagnosticbox-OBD.jpgBLUE LED's

(Pins 2, 6, 7 and 10) - LED's should flash when serial data voltage pulses are present in the data line. Blue LEDs is assigned on pins 2, 6, 7 and 10 to indicate communication with scan tool or interface and for communication protocol identification. It will turn-on depending on your vehicle model. For some vehicle models, none or multiple blue LEDs will turn-on as soon as the OBD Port Tester is connected and you start the ignition.

(Pins 1, 3, 8, 9, 11, 12, and 13) - it should flash when your vehicle manufacturer uses either one of the pins for any function.


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