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    Will CF's OBDII Diag. work with DigiMoto USB?

    I'm wondering if CF's Diagnostics will register with DigiMoto's USB Interface Cable? Because I seriously have no Serial cable and I'd rather not get a Serial-USB Adaptor. I' just want it to work...
    Here's a quote about the cable on DigiMoto's website:
    Quote Originally Posted by www.DigiMoto.com
    DigiScan 3200 USB Interface

    The DigiScan USB interfaces can be purchased individually and are compatible with the Digimoto 4.03 software and our Digimoto Lite freeware. The interface comes with an integrated USB 2.0 cable and includes an embedded OBDII cable in the box. The DigiScan 3200 interfaces are built on the mOByDic 2600 chip design. The DigiScan contains all protocols in one (VPW, PWM, ISO and CAN).
    DigiMoto is the Diagnostics software all the Turbo DSM guys use and like so I would like to do the same. I've played with the Demo and love it so far. Now I plan on buying it.
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    It's tricky to tell, but possibly (probably) not. The Digi site keeps talking about how their box is based on the "mOByDic" chip set, and I can't find an indicator if it's command compatible with the ELM chip set - which is a pretty large standard, and is what CF needs.

    Mr. DigitMoto is on the forum... Maybe he'll see this, or you can drop him a PM. Or, drop a line to DM's support: [email protected]. The question you need to ask is "Are your interfaces compatible with the ELM 323/325/327 command set?".

    Do you already have one of their interfaces?
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    Not yet. Thats why I'm asking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 97GST View Post
    Not yet. Thats why I'm asking.
    Ahh... When you said that you didn't have a serial cable, I thought you might already have an interface, and were only looking to avoid that aspect.

    That said, not to put down Digimoto's hardware, but there's a new player on the scene that is VERY much worth looking into:

    http://www.obdpros.com/

    The designer is here on the forum, and ran a beta test a little bit ago:
    New OBDII scantool - Beta testers?

    That thread's worth reading since it covers some of the things that separate this interface from any other on the market. You might also notice in that thread that Mr. Digitmoto pops in to show _his_ support for the interface, pledging that the Digitmoto Software will support the extended mode of the OBDPro box.

    I'm pretty impressed with what the box will do, and that comes from someone that already has 3 OBDII interfaces, ranging from $80-$300.

    HIGHLY HIGHLY recommended.
    :: Mark

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