The iEasy300 CAN OBDII/EOBD Code Reader is a portable check engine code reader for entry-level pro and savvy DIYer. It has a 2.4’’ TFT color screen, hot keys and beepers for I/M readiness test, which enables users to fix faults at home or go to the garage armed with information.
VIDENT iEasy300 CAN OBDII/EOBD Fault Code Reader
VIDENT iEasy300 Scan Tool Features:
1.Works with most 1996 and newer OBDII& CAN compliant cars, light-duty trucks, SUVs, minivans and hybrid sold worldwide
2.Red-Yellow-Green LEDs and build-in speaker indicate emissions monitor status. They can also help catch intermittent problems or confirm repairs during a drive cycle.
3.I/M readiness hot keys make it easy to use this tool right out of the package. - quick display of status of all tests on a single screen
4.Read/ clear stored & pending codes, turn off Check Engine Light (MIL) and resets monitors
5.View on-screen fault code definitions (generic and manufacturer-specific, where available) - thousands of definitions stored within the tool software
6.Read freeze-frame data (a snapshot of sensor values when a DTC occurred)
7.Read real-time live data streams from the engine sensors - ideal for monitoring intermittent faults
8.Graph live engine data on-screen
9.Automatic VIN acquisition and decoding makes it much easier to read manufacturer specific codes and enhanced mode 6 data
10.Retrieve VIN, Cal ID and CVN identifiers from ECU (dependent on vehicle support)
11.Multilingual menu: English, French, German, Polish, Russian, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Hungarian, Dutch, Swedish, etc.
12.Exquisitely designed - Ergonomic grip handle, bulging membrane switch, gilding metal pins
13.Lifetime FREE software and firmware update via the official site: http://www.videnttech.com
English, French, German, Polish, Russian, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Hungarian, Dutch, Swedish
Default language pack:
English, Spanish, Italian, French and German
NOTE: There are 3 language packs for the unit. You can go to the official site http://www.videnttech.com to change it and get anyone you want.
VIDENT iEasy300 OBD2 Code Reader Specification:
Display: 2.4” TFT color screen
Operating Temperature: 0 to 60°C (32 to 140°F)
Storage Temperature: -20 to 70°C (-4 to 158°F)
Power: 8 to 18 V provided via vehicle
Supported Protocols: J1859-41.6, J1850-10.4, ISO9141, KWP2000 (ISO 14230), and CAN (Control Area Network ISO 11898)
Dimensions : 125mm*80mm*24mm
1pc x iEasy300 OBDII/EOBD Code Reader
1pc x User’s Guide
1pc x USB Cable
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I like Vident iEasy300 CAN OBDII/EOBD code reader because of its exquisite appearance and cheap price.
I can put Vident iEasy300 in my car, when the engine has a fault indicator, I can use it to read out the fault code, clear the fault code, and provide assistance for further repairs. It claims to work with the car after 1996 year.
Let’s start for what it can do:
Plug ieasy300 code reader to my car and turn on ignition, the code reader will boot automatically, and have menu: OBDII / EOBD, About, setup etc.
Choose “OBDII/EOBD” and press “OK” button
Vident ieasy300 code reader supported protocol: SAE J1850 PWM, SAE J1850 VPW and KWP2000
Control Module option: $7E9 and $7E8
Enter $7E8 to diagnostic menu.
Read Codes, Erase Codes, Live Data, View Freeze Frame, I/M Readiness, Vehicle Information And Unit Of Measure
Enter “Read Codes” menu and choose “pending codes” to read
Read out the code P0100, it means mass or volume air flow A circuit or km jiggle
I can google and search what’s the meaning of P0100, how to diagnose this fault code:
I check the stored codes and pending codes, all the codes are erased successfully!
At this time need to erase the codes…
Let’s continue to choose “Live data” to read PID, and view the complete data set
Back to the button “I / M” to have I / M readiness
I google and find ” I/M Readiness Status Repair Guide”
It says: The Scan Tool can identify the Flags or I/M Readiness Status. A flag ON for a system means that the test has been run. A flag OFF for a system means that the test has not been run. If a vehicle comes in with a problem, the technician should first look at the “Flags” screen on the Scan Tool to see if all flags were set to ON. If the EGR flag is OFF, there is a possibility that the EGR system has a fault or that the EGR system tests have not have been run (the EGR system may be okay or it may have a problem). The technician needs to drive the vehicle under the trip Conditions: and get the flag set to ON before proceeding with testing the EGR system. It should be noted that OBD II trips are different for vehicles with different body codes and engines.
If power to the PCM is removed (by removing a fuse or disconnecting the battery) the Inspection & Maintenance (I/M) Flags will be reset to “off”. In effect, the vehicle must be driven under specific Conditions: until all flags are set to “on”.
If the power is removed, a Scan Tool can be used to do a “quick relearn step” which resets the Fuel Trim and Idle Speed to the default settings. These steps are part of the MISC, FUNCTIONAL or SPECIAL menus found on many Aftermarket Scan Tools.
In general, Vident ieasy 300 is a must-have basic code reader for home use.