The DM-100 OBD Multi Gauge is a powerful scan tool, code reader, and performance gauge all in one. It is compatible with 1996 and later vehicles and connection is made through the onboard diagnostic port (OBDII / CAN). The DM-100 Multi Gauge is designed to fit into most aftermarket 2 1/16" (52 mm) cups, and can be mounted for seamless integration into your vehicle. It's included 4 button remote makes navigating between the 26 OBDII sensors and 15 gauge views ultra-easy. Custom gauges, peak/hold, customizable colors and multiple gauge views are just some of its many features. The DM-100 is patent pending.
The DM-100 Multi Gauge incorporates a programmable 4 sensor output. This means that there are 4 equivalent programmable sensor modules built-in that allow you to stream OBD data through the digital iMFD port for additional interface with gauges and data logging applications. Powerful data logging features are available with the ScanXL PC software and the iMFD to PC Link USB cable. This feature enables you to data log both iMFD aftermarket sensors as well as select 4 of the available 26 OBD PIDs or parameters available. The DM-100 also has a OBD diagnositc mode which turns the built-in USB port into an ELM327 USB interface. The PC sees this as a standard COM port thus turning this gauge into a powerful scan tool where ELM327 diagnostic software is compatible.
The PLX DM-100 OBD Multi Gauge has taken the automotive display to a whole new level with its SEMA award winning design and brilliant color organic LED display. It's truly the world's most versatile gauge.
Installs in seconds
Plug and play OBDII interface
Compatible with 1996 and later vehicles
26 OBDII Parameters
OLED Color Display
Read and Reset Check Engine Lights and codes
Customizable gauge styles
Analog, Digital, Graph, 4 Parameter view
Peak and Hold
Daisy chain up to 16 PLX Sensor Modules
4 Button Interface
US and Metric Units
USB interface to PC
OBD II Parameters
Included in the Box
Multi Gauge PC Software
Depending on your vehicle and the application that you choose to use, sensor support will vary. However in most vehicles the following sensors are reported through the onboard diagnostic port.