Location Inquiry (WHERE#)
Upon receiving location inquiry message from server or via SMS, device reports GPS data immediately.
You will get the following response example:
Regular GPS data reporting (TIMER,30,60,120#)
The device will upload the regular GPS data when the car is moving. The default interval is 30 seconds. And you also can change the setting through PC Tool or SMS command.
Regular Diagnostic Data Reporting (TIMER,30,60,120#)
Device is able to read variety of vehicle diagnostic data, also called PID (parameter ID), including vehicle speed, engine RPM, engine coolant temperature, mass flow air, etc, and report up to 10 types of PID data according to configured time interval.
The default PID upload interval is 120 seconds.
Device is able to read vehicle pending and stored DTCs (diagnostic trouble code), and freeze frame data. The backend server analyzes and displays the DTCs for users on time to avoid high repairing cost.
Heartbeat Data Reporting (HBT,3#)
Usually there are other data, there will be no heartbeat data.
When the vehicle switch off engine, the device will go to Power Saving Mode. Then the device will send heartbeat package to server according to the setting. The default setting is 3 mins.
It will close GPS module in the power saving mode. If you want to activate the GPS module and upload the GPS data, you can call the sim card phone number or send a SMS command (WAKEUP#).
Data storage/Supplementary Report in Dead zones
When there is no Cellular signal or Cellular signal is poor, GPS information are stored, and reported after signal recovery. Supplementary report can be last for 15 minutes at most after ignition is off.
Device reports driving mileage in each reported package.
Trip Fuel Consumption
Device reports fuel consumption in each reported package.
Driving Behavior Monitoring
Real-time detects bad driving behavior, including Speeding, high RPM, hard acceleration, hard brake, excessive engine idle time.
Alarms are reported when they are triggered. And the device will count the total number of every alarm. Including the following 16 alarms:
7.OBD Mil status
12.Long time parking at ACC ON
Device supports 3 types of working mode: Passenger car, Heavy duty and Tracker mode.
With tracker mode, device does not report diagnostic data, DTCs, trip fuel consumption and some alarms including high RPM, high engine coolant temperature, hard acceleration, hard brake, excessive engine idle time, MIL and excessive exhaust emission.
Users can configure device or update firmware through website or SMS command.