rynosback

Mobley settings

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Hey guys thanks!

I am deciding on the Amazon one versus making one. I found a video of a guy that made up a female OBD port with a cell phone charger and he mentions that the correct pins are 16 for the positive connection, and 4 for the negative, as Pete said.

it is a home video from a couple of young RVrs but the port setup is at ~4:40 in the middle of the 7 minute video:

 I have to run to get a prescription filled at the base and will comment later on my activation and which power supply I will use. I needed this for our house we are about to sell and is vacant while we paint and put in new carpet and door locks. There is no Internet and we need it for video surveillance. I already have the Ring Doorbell and two stick-ups from Ring at my house and we will use the inside camera a D-Link 1080p which moves up and down as well as side to side from the phone app. We don't have it set to notify at the moment because anyone breaking in will have to go by one of the outside cameras to even break in a back window. It is only set for loop recording to a 32GB micro SD card now. With this Internet made for a car I can monitor any disturbances.

More later about the other links and folks sharing their expertise.

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I bought 2 different female OBD connectors off Aamzon to make my own. I had plenty of AC & DC adapters laying around. I decided to try two different ones just to see what i liked better. 

This one was cheaper, but you have to cut the wires on one end that you don't need, no biggie. - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0053NSZJ2/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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This one came with bare wires on one end, but you paid a couple bucks more. It worked just fine too. 
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B06XYP9P91/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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The other option is if you have any kind of junk yard around you, just go purchase the female end of the plug off any '96 or newer car. I couldn't imagine it would be but a couple dollars. 

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