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Kiwi 2 iMFD Adapter for Kiwi 2 Wifi or Kiwi 2 Bluetooth

4.3 out of 5 stars 175 customer reviews
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  • Works with most Bluetooth-enabled Android mobile devices only
  • Connects to your OBDII port
  • Checks engine scan tool and engine sensors
  • MPG gauges and customized dashboard
  • Real-time dyno and data logging
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Product Information

Technical Details

Brand PLX Devices
Item Weight 4.2 ounces
Product Dimensions 2.8 x 0.7 x 1.3 inches
Item model number PLX Kiwi Blue-Tooth
Manufacturer Part Number PLXKiwiBlueTooth
OEM Part Number kiwi
Special Features handheld

Technical Specification

Additional Information

ASIN B004B0C1NE
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4.3 out of 5 stars 175 customer reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #227,044 in Automotive (See top 100)
#457 in Automotive > Tools & Equipment > Diagnostic & Test Tools > Code Readers & Scan Tools
Shipping Weight 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First Available December 15, 2010

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Product Description

Product Description

Kiwi Bluetooth is a plug-and-play wireless device small enough to fit under your vehicle's hood. Kiwi Bluetooth comes attached with a 6 feet OBDII cable for easy installation. It also comes included with a power switch built-in to prevent the need for having to constantly disconnect your unit from the OBDII port. It is compatible with 1996 and later vehicles. Connecting to your Droid mobile devices is as simple as pairing your device with a new Bluetooth connection.

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The KIWI Bluetooth is a plug-and-play wireless device measuring only 2.75 x 1.25 x 0.6 inches. It comes with an attached 6 foot OBDII cable for easy installation, and a built-in power switch to prevent from having to constantly disconnect the unit to save the vehicle’s battery. The KIWI Bluetooth is compatible with vehicles listed in the chart below and is extremely simple to connect your Android OS-based mobile device with a new Bluetooth connection.

Works with popular Android interface apps such as Torque (shown), OBDroid, Voyager Dash, and more
How It Works

The KIWI Bluetooth is an easy-to-use hardware device which allows you to wirelessly connect your vehicle’s onboard computer (ECU) to your Android OS-based smartphone. The connection is made through the OnBoard Diagnostic port (OBDII) and is therefore only compatible with vehicles that use OBDII After downloading and installing one of the many applications found on the Android Market (Torque/Torque Free, aIOBD ScanGenPro, OBDroid-Pro, OBDroid-Free, VoyagerDash, sold separately), you can be monitoring your vehicle’s performance in no time.

About PLX Devices

Located in the heart of Silicon Valley, PLX Devices specializes in creating innovative automotive and consumer gadgets. PLX Devices was started in 2003 after recent college graduate, Paul Lowchareonkul, created his own Air Fuel Ratio sensor module since the then-current market offerings could not fulfill his need. From its humble beginnings, PLX Devices has since won many top industry awards and offers its products worldwide. All products are designed for fast, easy installation and are created with the latest technologies to provide the best user experience possible.

Key Features

  • Wireless communication with Android OS-based smartphones
  • Small and compact design
  • Installs in less than 10 seconds
  • Can be mounted out of plain view
  • Compatible with 1996 and later vehicles (United States)
What’s in the Box

PLX Devices KIWI Bluetooth Auto Interface Tool, Quick Start guide, 1-year limited warranty.

Technical Specifications

  • Dimensions: 1.25" x 2.75" x 0.7"
  • Weight: 5 oz
  • Cable: 6 feet / 1.83 meters
  • Enclosure: Automotive-Grade Plastic
  • Operating Voltage: 10V – 18V
  • Power Consumption: 0.3 Watts (with power switch)
  • Operating Temperature: -40 to 105 °C / -40 to 221 °F
  • Bluetooth Standard: 2.1/2.0/1.2/1.1
  • Range: 50 feet (Line of Sight)
  • Antenna: Internal
  • OBDII/CAN Protocols: ISO-9141, VPW, PWM, KWP 2000
  • Compatible Fuels: Gasoline, Diesel, Ethanol, E85, CNG, Methanol, LPG
  • Compatible Mobile Devices: All Android OS-based smartphones


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    By Donna M. Funk on March 13, 2011
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    This reader functions flawlessly, I use it with Torque Android App on Evo 4g . It pairs right up functions with the program as promised, no glitches or issues at all. A huge plus is the 6 ft cable, you can connect and stow comfortably, without interfering with any normal driver actions. Two of my vehicles obd2 ports are located in an area where if the device plugged in directly, like many do, I fear it would be broken or at least jarred loose. You can find them cheaper than this one but I have read many horror stories regarding the lower price Chinese made devices. This one is endorsed by 3 of the more popular Android Apps and is US made so I am willing to pay for the surety of operation.
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    I bought this device 4 days ago from PLX Devices and overall I'm satisfied. Shipping was fast and I had no problems connecting it to my Nexus S. It linked easily and works fine with Torque. Great combo... but this thing looked like used one, fingerprints and scratches all over it. I can understand people are sending perfectly working stuff back to seller but if looks like an old then it should be sold as an old one. That's my only disappointment so far and I'm continuing to use it.

    Edit: I changed my rating to 5 stars. Device has been operating flawlessly over 3 years now. It is paired with my android tablet, works very well. Good way monitor my car original sensors through the ECU on the fly. Absolutely fantastic device if you are running OBDII fitted car with ton of sensors. Highly recommend!
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    Well worth the extra 50$ from the Chinese crap ones. This actually does as it says. The only issue I have is the OBDII cable is like 4 feet long.
    Good for my truck though because they put the OBDII connection right above the gas pedal so it's nice to move the box away.
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    I was one of those folks who tried to save a few bucks by purchasing one of the cheap Bluetooth OBD scanners from ebay. Well, I got exactly what I paid for - a poorly constructed, slow scanner that only intermittently connected to my Droid X running Torque Pro software.

    The PLX Devices Kiwi Bluetooth costs about twice is much, but it saves far more in reduced frustration and a very fast update rate. According to the manufacturer, the Kiwi updates at 10ms intervals and the fast refresh rate, along with Bluetooth 2.0, means that the data display is as close to real time as you're likely to get without spending a LOT more.

    I had no problem connecting the device and both the Droid X and Torque Pro software recognized the device immediately. The on/off switch is very handy when you're logging a trip with the device. Just switch it off when you leave the car and flip it back on when your return to the vehicle. Make sure if you choose to leave it connected that you DO flip the switch; the OBD connector is powered at all times and I imagine the Kiwi will drain the vehicle battery if it's left 'on' for an extended period of time.

    And while I'm at it, a shout-out for Torque Pro, too - it's the best of the Android OBD software by FAR and a real bargain at $4.95.

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    9/15/2012

    Changed phones to the Samsung Galaxy S3 recently (take that, Apple!). The Kiwi and Torque Pro work flawlessly with the new phone, although I must admit I forgot how to pair the Kiwi - thank you, Google!
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    I use this on my Honda S2000 w/Supercharger and Droid phone along with the Torque app. I really wanted this to have an OBD2 reader so I can read and diagnose fault codes and keep an eye on intake air temps.

    This is considered the "premium" Bluetooth OBD2 reader, and I think that is well-deserved. There is an on/off switch, and a long cord, so you could semi-permanently mount it.

    It should be able to read pretty much anything an OBD2 reader can read, though that will depend on your car.

    The setup was painless...it just paired right up, and the data stream is consistent.
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    this saves me trips to the shop whenever i need to check something. it has also helped me increase my mileage per gallon. there are a variety of apps that work with this device, all of which connect very easily and I haven't had problems across the HTC phones I use it with. It can reset check engine light codes and gives you a list of different possibilities for the problem. For example, the error code p1457 is an evap code for Hondas. With that info, I took my car to the shop and quickly got this fixed. This is truly a good tool for anyone with an OBD port in their car.
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    This is a great product,it just didn't work with my vehicle. It does say most vehicles. I have a 1999 Ford F250 Power stroke diesel truck. It did hook up to my OBDII Port, it connected to the app on my Xoom tablet, but when I tried to access the features of the app it would kill the engine. After investigating, found out that this year of truck will not work with the Kiwi device. Returned it. Amazon handled the return professionally and quickly. I would recommend this product to everyone, just double check first that your vehicle supports this device before ordering.
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    I read a ton of horror stories of people using cheap Chinese blue tooth ODB2 products so I went with the PLX because it is a name brand device and has a good company behind it. I've not been disappointed so far, after the 'wow' factor wore off I use this now for towing my 14k toy hauler and such where I need to monitor what is going on with my vehicle. Besides the random Bluetooth wonkyness that can go on, this has worked perfectly every time my phone finds the device, never an issue.

    I use Torque on my Android, there are quite a few programs available now but to me it seems the best and most updated. I can switch this between my diesel truck and my wives gasser and it works great. I even helped a neighbor who had a check engine light on diagnose a simple fix for their car. This is really worth the investment if you don't like relying on a mechanic everything you want to diagnose something.

    I would have rated this five stars but sometimes it won't sync up with my phone and I have to reboot my phone and unplug the PLX to get them to see each other, I chalk this up to Bluetooth finickiness, nothing we can do to fix it until a better version of Bluetooth standard is released.
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