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How to view real-time PID data on Foxwell NT650 OBD2 Scanner?

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Here is the operation guide to use the Live data menu on the Foxwell NT650 scanner.
Live Data menu lets you view and record real-time PID data from the electronic control module. Menu options typically include:
Complete Data List
Custom Data List

How to use the “Complete Data List” menu?
Using this option can let you view all the live PIA data from a selected system.
Step 1: Go to “Diagnostic Menu”-> “Live Data”, and press the “ENTER” key
Step 2: Select “Complete List” from the menu and press the “ENTER” key to display the datastream screen
Step 3: Select lines using the up and down arrow keys to scroll through data, and use left and right arrow keys to scroll back and forth through different screens of data
Step 4: Scroll with the up and down arrow keys to highlight a line
Press the function key One Graphic to display
Please kindly notice:
If the One Graphic on the bottom is highlighted, it indicates the graphing is available for the selected line.
Step 5: Two PID graphs will show on screen when pressing the function key “Two Graphics”
Step 6: Press the function key “Merge Graph” to display two PID plots in one coordinate for easy and intuitive diagnosis
Step 7: Select key “Save” and press “Stop Saving” to stop recording at any time
Step 8: Press “Text” to return to text viewing of PID data
Step 9: Select “Pause” to suspend collecting data
Use the “Start” key to resume collecting data
Step 10: Use the “Back” key to return
How to use the “Custom Data List” menu?
Using this menu can let you minimize the number of PIDs on the data list and focus on any suspicious or symptom-specific data parameters.
Step 1: Open NT650 scanner to select “Custom List” from the “Live Data” menu
And press the “ENTER” key to show custom datastream selection
Step 2: Scroll with the up and down arrow keys to highlight a line, press the “ENTER” key
And then repeat the action to make more selections
To deselect an item, select it again and then press the ENTER key. Alternatively, use the function keys “SELECT ALL” and “CLEAR ALL” to select or deselect all items at once.
Step 3: When the selection is completed, choose “VIEW DATA” function to display selected items

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