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Arduino Vehicle Data Logger
posted December 9 2010 6:16.41 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Youtube user bigdinotech had posted this July an interesting video with his project. He designed a data logger, which captures data from the OBD (On Board Diagnostics) connector that every new vehicle must have. He used the ELM327 from ELM electronics that gets the data from the ODB and outputs to RS232 protocol. He then used the AVR ATMega328 with the arduino bootloader, and a data logger shield from adafruit. A 3-axis accelerometer also provides data regarding the motion of the car. All data are stored in an SD card. This project can also be used as a black-box, to analyze data after a crash. Thanks [bigdinotech].

[Link: bigdinotech]
Tags: electronic project   microcontroller   auto/moto   arduino   accelerometer   avr   

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