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More than an OBD-scanner

An OBD Scanner is an electronic device that allows a computer to access a vehicle’s data. The technology of standard OBD2 Scanners is not able to support the advanced features Carly offers, including in-depth diagnostics, coding, parameters reading and more.

With the Carly Scanner you can enjoy all of these advantages and benefits, by simply using your phone.

Small and powerful

The new Carly Scanner

Works for iOS & Android

Works for all brands with an OBD-II port

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Enables fast and secure connection

Uses low energy Bluetooth technology

Technical Specifications

Designed for your best experience

Technical Specifications

Designed for your best experience

32bit ARM Microprocessor

Maximum computational performance allows high-throughput data transfers and low latency car communication.

Solid-state Multiplexer

Automatically sets the correct scanner configuration according to your specific car brand and model.

Bluetooth Low Energy

Newest wireless standard for instant connection and secure communication with your mobile device.

Sleek and Ergonomic Design

Fits in every car with its black polycarbonate case and compact dimensions (73 mm x 38 mm x 17 mm).

Multi-Protocol Support

Communicates with every car via multiple standard and proprietary K-Line and CAN protocols.

Over-the-air Updates

Firmware upgrades keep your scanner up-to-date.

Superior design

Carly Scanner vs. other scanner

Carly Universal Scanner

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  • iOS and Android enabled
  • All car brands supported
  • Lifetime warranty with premium customer support
vs.

Other scanners

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  • Work either with iOS or Android
  • No risk-free test period
  • Usually no guarantee

Most common questions

More answers to your questions

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