How It Works

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Plugs into a vehicle’s OBD-II port

The miaLinkup device is compatible with most vehicles (cars, light trucks, SUVs and minivans). It works with any car built after 1995.

Use the smartphone app

The app works on smartphones that operate on iOS 8.0 or newer and Android 4.4 or newer.

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smartphones

Use the smartphone app

The app works on smartphones that operate on iOS 8.0 or newer and Android 4.4 or newer.

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Keep an eye on your vehicle’s health

Use the smartphone app or website to get fuel level, battery voltage and vehicle-diagnostic codes

Turn your smartphone into a key fob

Use the smartphone app to operate existing key-fob functions, such as remote car starter or lock/unlock.

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Turn your smartphone into a key fob

Use the smartphone app to operate existing key-fob functions, such as remote car starter or lock/unlock.

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Track your travels or find your car in large, outdoor parking areas

Use the mobile app and the device’s GPS technology to locate your vehicle easily or view a mapped log of every trip

Set up alerts to keep track of your vehicle

Receive alerts if your vehicle has being broken into, stolen or towed. Protect your vehicle while it is parked.

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alerts

Set up alerts to keep track of your vehicle

Receive alerts if your vehicle has being broken into, stolen or towed. Protect your vehicle while it is parked.

Specification

  • Dimensions: 2.40 x 1.70 x 1.00 inches (61 x 43 x 25 mm)

  • Weight: 2.5 oz. (70 g.)

  • Operating Voltage: 9-18V DC

  • Operating Temperature: -22º to 140º F (-30º to 60º C)

  • Operating Humidity 10 to 85% (non-condensing)

Supported OBD-II Protocols

  • ISO 1564-4 (CAN)

  • SO 14230-4 (Keyword Protocol 2000)

  • ISO 9141-2 (Asian, European, Chrysler vehicles)

  • SAE J1850 VPW (GM vehicles)

  • SAE J1850 PWM (Ford vehicles)

  • SAE J2411 (GMLAN, Single Wire CAN)

  • Ford MSC (Medium Speed CAN)

API

miaLinkup™ has an application programming interface (API) available for third party developers. We call it miaAPI. miaAPI lets you write software for a smartphone, tablet, computer, or web application that can interact with your car via miaLinkup™ device. miaAPI will be constantly growing and improving, so be sure to check back often for updates.

ECUemu3000 is an ultimate tool for OBD-II software and hardware testing and development. It will help you to develop your application at your desk, instead of under your dash.

  • Support for all legislated OBD-II protocols
  • Five knobs assigned to frequently used PIDs
  • USB connection for configuration and traffic monitoring
  • Firmware upgradeable
  • Standard J1962F connector

The IFTTT + miaLinkupTM

IFTTT allows you to connect your vehicle to third party services that you already love and make miaLinkupTM even more powerful.  IFTTT stands for ‘If this, then that’ and it is a solution that lets you create simple connections between your favorite web services – including Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, Evernote, Dropbox and  … now miaLinkupTM.

Here are some use cases:

Log all your trip details into your Dropbox account

Post your driving score on your Facebook wall

Send a Tweet when you drive past a predefined POI.

If Check Engine Light is on set a reminder to schedule a mechanic appointment!

Log completed trips into Evernote

Text “Someone” when I leave work

a) Turn on Nest when car is getting closer home

b) When I leave home, turn down my thermostat

Turn on Aros when my car turns off near by

If I arrive at my house then open my garage door.

If I leave my house then close my garage door