The Horizon’s OBD-II Transmitter captures vehicle performance data (MPH, RPM, mass air flow (MAF), throttle position, boost and engine temperature) wirelessly via Bluetooth. The transmitter will also read and clear Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTC) when problems are detected with your vehicle.
*Included with the Horizon Camera System
Hidden beneath a number of computer codes is a wealth of information that allows you to tell a better driving story. Most vehicles produced after 1996 come standard with an On-Board Diagnostic Computer and OBD-II port, usually located below the steering wheel. (*Consult your vehicle’s user manual to locate your OBD-II port)
Equipped with an intelligent power management system, the OBD-II Transmitter will not drain your vehicle’s battery. All you have to do is plug it in, and let the Horizon help you tell a compelling driving story. The Horizon’s OBD-II Transmitter captures vehicle performance data including MPH, RPM, mass air flow (MAF), throttle position, boost and engine temperature. The data is sent wirelessly via Bluetooth and saved to the camera’s microSD card.
The Horizon will function without OBD-II connectivity capturing MPH, GPS, Date/Time, Ambient Temperature through the 10hz GPS module. G-Force and Pitch & Roll are captured from the Horizon’s built-in sensors (3-axis Gyro, 3-axis accelerometer, and 3-axis magnetometer).
Bluetooth 2.1+ EDR provides a strong wireless signal from the OBD-II transmitter to the camera. Simply connect and pair the transmitter through the Horizon’s on-screen prompts and it will automatically connect each time you turn on your vehicle.
The OBD-II Transmitter is included with the Horizon Camera System, but additional transmitters make it quick and easy to transfer the Horizon between multiple vehicles.
• Connectivity – OBD-II
• Bluetooth 2.1+ EDR (Enhanced Data Rate)
• 20Hz refresh rate shared between PIDs