GPS Vehicle Tracking Devices with OBD II Port

June 03, 2014

GPS Vehicle Tracking Devices with OBD II Port

OBD stands for “On-Board Diagnostics” which refers to vehicles self-diagnostic and reporting capability. It is a computer-based system, primarily designed to reduce emissions by supervising the performance of key engine components.

Early form of OBD would essentially light up a breakdown indication light if an issue was noticed, however it would not give any data as to the root cause of the issue. But the new Cutting edge OBD technology utilize an institutionalized digital communication port to give instant information, which permits one to quickly recognize and cure glitches inside the vehicle.

OBD-II was launched during the last decade of the 20th century and became a requirement for all cars and light trucks. “II” denotes the second and most modern version of this technology. On Board Diagnostics II (OBD) port of the vehicles helps to directly monitor engine and vehicle activity data such as Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTC), true idling, speed, odometer readings, fuel consumption, distance travelled and more information. The Malfunction Indicator Lights (MIL) lights up and alerts the drivers in case of any engine or vehicle faults.

With Trinetra supporting integration with OBDII, installation also becomes simple combined with an intuitive Cloud based web interface makes it a powerful combination. Connect, log in and instantly track vehicles with the snap of your fingers. Convenience – we don’t simply provide it for the sake – we accept it’s our competitive point. Take in more at

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