Once you’ve hacked everything, why not go out in the garage and hack your car? This cable allows you to access the pins on your car’s OBDII connector. It has an OBDII connector on one end and a DB9 female serial connector on the other. The overall length of the cable is 5'.
Note: This cable is not meant to be plugged directly into a computer’s serial port. It is meant to plug into some sort of hardware interface.
Here is the basic pinout (OBDII > DB9 Female)
Pin Description OBDII DB9 J1850 BUS+ 2 7 Chassis Ground 4 2 Signal Ground 5 1 CAN High J-2284 6 3 ISO 9141-2 K Line 7 4 J1850 BUS- 1..
The basic connecting cable for any development board. Use these cables to hook any computer with a standard RS232 Serial port to any of our boards. Cable color and shape may vary slightly from image as our stock rotates.
6 feet long
Male to Female
Wired straight through
Supported Devices: These cables are guaranteed to work with all Spark Fun Development boards...
This is a USB to TTL Serial Cable which allows for a simple way to connect TTL interface devices to USB. The I/O pins of this cable are configured to operate at 3.3V specifically with a Raspberry Pi with each serial pin broken apart. Thanks to its separated pins, this cable is a perfect candidate for powering, connecting, and accessing the login and debug console on the Raspberry Pi.
The FTDI cable is designed around an FT232, which is housed in a USB-A connector. The other side of the cable is terminated with a separated 4-pin connector with the following pinout: RX (Yellow), TX (Orange), VC..