This HUD only compatible with universal OBD II and EOBD interface, but incompatible with OBD I or JOBD. You should recheck your car if it is with OBDII or EU-OBD before ordering. Thanks.
Head Up Display is designed for preventing accident, which can project important information (e.g. vehicle speed) onto the front windshield at the eye level of the driver.
Besides, the display location and brightness can be adjusted through automatic induction, which can prevent the driver from looking down at the instrument panel and shorten the time of eyes for the blind spot in front.
This can avoid breaking rules and regulations due to speeding in many speed-limited sections.
What is more important, it can enable the driver to read the number instantly without shifting horizon, which is of vital value in reducing traffic accidents caused by absent-mind due to looking down.
Our multifunctional HUD product is developed based on OBDII interface and has good cost-performance ratio.
It is designed by adopting the latest integrated circuit with stable performance and has a beautiful and elegant appearance. The installation and adjustment examination can be finished within 3 minutes by using an easier and safer method.
Plug and play, HUD can auto adapt to vehicle type which in line with OBDII or EUOBD (On-Board Diagnostic System).
Comprehensive display, HUD can display many parameters at the same time as follows, vehicle speed, engine speed, water temperature, voltage, throttle valve position, ignition advance angle, time of 100 kilometers acceleration, fuel consumption, mileage, low fuel tips, engine failure.
Various display mode, driver can choose normal display mode, high-speed display mode and automatic display mode.
Free switch, kilometers and miles can be switched freely.
Suitable size, the display area is 5.5 inches which is very clear for driver to read data.
Automatic power on and off, starting with the vehicle starting, stopping with the vehicle stopping to protect the vehicle's battery.
Flexible alarm mode, HUD can offer single-stage and four-stage overspeed alarm modes to choose, making drive much safer.
Engine speed alarm, it contributes to shift gear in time to save fuel.
Flexible brightness adjustment, the brightness can be adjusted automatically or manually to reach the best state which is in harmony with the environment.
If you find out that HUD displays only voltage for 30 seconds and then turn off automatically, this is because the interface isn’t OBD II or EOBD. So we suggest checking twice whether your interface is OBD2/EOBD or not before purchase.
For old cars, you should set your start voltage at 12.8V, for your battery is too old to provide 13.2V voltage.
The speed this HUD displays is 5km faster than actual speed by factory default. You can fine tune or adjust it to your personal preference.
Automatically adapt to the automobile models with OBD II (Bus Automatic Diagnostic System) interface.
Check if it has the automobile diagnostic socket under the steering wheel.
Identify the car's 16-pin diagnostic socket, connecting the OBD II cable to the 16-pin diagnostic socket if it has this socket.
Put the non-slip pad onto the instrument pane, then put HUD on the non-slip pad, you can adjust the angle an position.
The reflective film may be affixed to the forward position of HUD and stick to the front windshield, ensuring that the information, such as car speed can be projected to the reflective film.
This HUD only compatible with universal OBD II and EOBD interface, but incompatible with OBD I or JOBD.
Actually, OBD II and EOBD first applied to European and North American manufactured automobiles after 2003, and for Asian manufactured cars, they have even appeared later, since 2007. Besides, some cars, like Hummer and Savana, have special interface, may not compatible with this product.