RUPTELA FM-Pro3 User manual

RUPTELA FM-Pro3 User manual
User Manual
FM
ECO3 / PRO3 / TCO3 /
PRO3-GLONASS
Version 3.7 Last update 2012-07-30
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Content
1. INTRODUCTION – PAGE 5-7
1.1. ACRONYMS AND TERMS USED IN DOCUMENT – PAGE 5
1.2. LEGAL NOTICE – PAGE 5
1.3. SAFETY REQUIREMENTS – PAGE 6-7
2. FM-PRO3 – PAGE 8-16
2.1. BASIC DESCRIPTION – PAGE 8
2.2. PACKAGE CONTENTS – PAGE 9
2.3. ADDITIONAL ACCESSORIES – PAGE 9
2.4. BASIC CHARACTERISTICS– PAGE 10
2.5. TECHNICAL FEATURES – PAGE 11
2.6. FM-PRO3 DIMENSIONS – PAGE 12
2.7. LED STATUSES – PAGE 13-14
2.8. PINOUT CONNECTION, USB – PAGE 15-16
2.9. SPECIAL FEATURES – PAGE 16
2.10. QUALIFICATION AND CERTIFICATION – PAGE 16
3. FM-ECO3 – PAGE 17-24
3.1. BASIC DESCRIPTION – PAGE 17
3.2. PACKAGE CONTENTS – PAGE 18
3.3. ADDITIONAL ACCESSORIES – PAGE 18
3.4. BASIC CHARACTERISTICS – PAGE 19
3.5. TECHNICAL FEATURES – PAGE 20
3.6. FM-ECO3 DIMENSIONS – PAGE 21
3.7. LED STATUSES – PAGE 22
3.8. PINOUT CONNECTION, USB – PAGE 23-24
3.9. SPECIAL FEATURES – PAGE 24
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3.10. QUALIFICATION AND CERTIFICATION – PAGE 24
4. FM-TCO3 – PAGE 25-33
4.1. BASIC DESCRIPTION – PAGE 25
4.2. PACKAGE CONTENTS – PAGE 26
4.3. ADDITIONAL ACCESSORIES – PAGE 26
4.4. BASIC CHARACTERISTICS – PAGE 27
4.5. TECHNICAL FEATURES – PAGE 28
4.6. FM-TCO3 DIMENSIONS – PAGE 29
4.7. LED STATUSES – PAGE 30-31
4.8. PINOUT CONNECTION, USB – PAGE 32-33
4.9. SPECIAL FEATURES – PAGE 33
4.10. QUALIFICATION AND CERTIFICATION – PAGE 33
5. FM-PRO3-GLONASS – PAGE 34-42
5.1. BASIC DESCRIPTION – PAGE 34
5.2. PACKAGE CONTENTS – PAGE 35
5.3. ADDITIONAL ACCESSORIES – PAGE 35
5.4. BASIC CHARACTERISTICS– PAGE 36
5.5. TECHNICAL FEATURES – PAGE 37
5.6. FM-PRO3-GLONASS DIMENSIONS – PAGE 38
5.7. LED STATUSES – PAGE 39-40
5.8. PINOUT CONNECTION, USB – PAGE 41-42
5.9. SPECIAL FEATURES – PAGE 42
5.10. QUALIFICATION AND CERTIFICATION – PAGE 42
6. INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION INSTRUCTIONS – PAGE 43-67
6.1. MODULE INSTALLATION – PAGE 43-44
6.2.DEVICE CONNECTION TO A PERSONAL COMPUTER – PAGE 45
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6.2.1.SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS – PAGE 45
6.2.2. PREPARATION FOR CONNECTION – PAGE 45
6.2.3. DRIVER INSTALLATION – PAGE 46-49
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6.3. CONFIGURATOR – PAGE 50
6.3.1. INTERFACING TO COM PORT – PAGE 50-51
6.3.2. GLOBAL PARAMETER CONFIGURATION – PAGE 51-53
6.3.3. PROFILE CONFIGURATION – PAGE 53-59
6.3.4. SAVING AND LOADING CONFIGURATION – PAGE 59-60
6.3.5. CONFIGURATION EXCHANGE WITH A DEVICE – PAGE 60-61
6.4.FIRMWARE UPDATE – PAGE 61
6.5. APPENDIX – IO LIST – PAGE 62-67
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1. INTRODUCTION
1.1. ACRONYMS AND TERMS USED IN DOCUMENT
• PC – Personal Computer;
• FM Terminal – FM-Pro3 / FM-Tco3 / FM-Eco3 series device;
• GPRS – General Packet Radio Service;
• GPS – Global Positioning System;
• GSM – Global System for Mobile Communications;
• GLONASS – GLObal NAvigation Satellite System;
• SMS – Short Message Service;
• AC/DC – Alternating Current/Direct Current;
• Record – Data which is stored in FM 3 memory. Data contains GPS and I/O Information;
• FMS – An optional standard interface of different truck manufacturers;
• Simplified RS232 – connection standard between different pieces of equipment. Simplified
RS232 has only Rx and Tx lines;
• RS485 – connection standard between different (multiple) pieces of equipment;
• LED – Light Emitting Diode;
• CAN-bus – FMS standard interface;
• I/O – Inputs / Outputs;
• OBD - On-Board Diagnostics socket;
•K_Line, L_Line – PINs of OBD interface.
1.2. LEGAL NOTICE
Copyright © 2012Ruptela. All rights reserved. Reproduction, transfer, distribution or storage of
parts or all of the contents in this document in any form without the prior written permission of
Ruptela is prohibited. Other products and company names mentioned in this document are
trademarks or trade names of their respective owners.
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1.3. SAFETY REQUIREMENTS
All the associated (additional) equipment as PC, batteries, sensors and
others, shall meet the requirements of standard EN60950-1.
Do not disassemble the terminal. If the enclosure of the terminal is
damaged, or the insulation of wires is damaged, first of all unplug the
10 pins connector from the terminal carefully.
All of the wireless data transferring equipment produces interference
that may affect other devices which are placed nearby.
The terminal can be installed or dismounted only by qualified
personnel!
The terminal must be firmly fastened in the predefined location.
Predefined location is explained in the mounting instructions.
The programming must be performed using a 2nd safety class of PCs
(with autonomic power supply).
Be sure that the terminal is installed in a place where it cannot be
reached by water drops and humidity.
Caution There is a risk of explosion if the battery is replaced by an
incorrect type. Dispose used batteries according to the instructions.
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Any installation and/or handling during a lightning storm is prohibited.
Use cables provided with FM device.
Ruptela is not responsible for any harm caused by using wrong cables
for PC <-> FM Terminal connection.
Attention! Do not connect the wires marked (+ battery) wrongly and
(chassis) to battery poles. If poles are mixed, the device will break.
To disconnect the device from the power supply, you need to
disconnect 10 PINs plug and connect to internal battery.
This chapter contains information on how to operate with the FM terminal safely. By following
these requirements and recommendations, you will avoid dangerous situations. You must read
these instructions carefully and follow them strictly before operating the device! The terminal is
supplied from a car battery with these ratings: 12/24V
1A/500mA. The allowed voltage range
for the battery is: 10…32V DC.
To avoid mechanical damage, it is advised to transport the FM terminal in an impact-proof
package.
Before connecting the wires with 12 PINs plug to the vehicle, ensure that 10 PINs plug is
disconnected from the terminal. Be sure that cross-sectional area of wires mounting is at least
0.75 mm2.
To dismount terminal correctly from the vehicle, first of all disconnect 10 PINs plug and only then
other plugs or interfaces can be disconnected.
Always connect 12 PINs plug before connecting 10 PINs plug.
The terminal is intended to be installed in a restricted access location, which is not accessible for
the operator. The terminal is not intended to be used for boats.
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FM-Pro3
2. FM-PRO3
2.1. BASIC DESCRIPTION
FM-Pro3 is a terminal with GPS / GSM connectivity, which is able to determine the object’s
coordinates and transfer them via the GSM network. This terminal is perfectly suitable for
applications where location acquirement of remote objects is needed. It is important to mention
that FM-Pro3 has additional inputs and outputs, which let control and monitor other remote
objects. 1-Wire® interface (for Dallas Digital Thermometer or I-Button Reader) and CAN-bus
interface are integrated (for data acquisition of trucks FMS data interface). It also has 2 simplified
RS232 ports to connect additional equipment such as Personal Navigation Device, digital fuel
level sensor or other (special firmware is required for this).
Figure1. Example of application of GPS/GSM terminal FM-Pro3 for controlling and monitoring of remote objects.
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FM-Pro3
2.2. BASIC DESCRIPTION
Figure2. FM Pro3 device, power and I/O cables and GPS antenna.
The FM-Pro3 device is supplied to the customer in a cardboard box containing all the
equipment that is necessary for operation. The package contains:
• The FM-Pro3 device;
• 10 PIN plug with wires for power supply and I/O connection;
• Magnetic GPS antenna with sticker;
• 12 PIN plug with wires for CAN-bus, 1-Wire, simplified RS232 and K_line connection.
2.3. ADDITIONAL ACCESSORIES
There are a few standard accessories available for FM-Pro3 that are not included in the
package:
• Analog Temperature sensor;
• 1-Wire Digital Temperature Sensor DS18B20 / DS18S20;
• I-Button.
Note: the manufacturer does not supply a SIM card in the package, which is necessary for
connection to the GSM network! SIM card can be obtained from your local GSM service provider!
SIM card can work with the Terminal only when all SIM card security codes are disabled!
If any of the components are not in the package, please contact the manufacturer’s
representative or the vendor (www.ruptela.com).
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FM-Pro3
2.4. BASIC CHARACTERISTICS
Inputs / Outputs:
IO1 – 10 pin (2x5 plug):
IO2 – 12 pin (2x6 plug):
Paired connection scheme:
Other Inputs / Outputs are not paired. Also two spare Chassis pins can be paired with any I/O,
they are only for easier mounting.
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FM-Pro3
2.5. TECHNICAL FEATURES
Power supply
GPS
Ublox module (with
external GPS antenna)
GPRS/GSM
Simcom module (with
internal GSM antenna)
Li-Po 3.7V 800 mAh (up
to 4 hours)
Motion
sensor
Micro vibration sensor
External fuse (mounted
into +BAT wire):
LED’s
GPS fix LED,
External Battery Ratings:
+12/24V
1A/500mA
Internal battery Ratings:
Fuses
GSM LED,
F 2AL
Peripheral LED,
Internal fuse (mounted
into internal battery
module):
Mini USB
Mini USB socket
SMD 2A
SIM
SIM card holder with lock
Dimensions
111.25 x 75 x 25.2 mm
10 pin plug
Tyco multi-lock 4794619-0 socket
Weight
140g
12 pin plug
Tyco multi-lock 4794619-2 socket
Housing /
Material
UL94-HB Plastic case
2x Simplified
RS232 ports
PORTA Rx, Tx
Temperatures Operational temp.:
-35°C ... +55°C
Storage temp.:
All LED’s are green.
-40°C ... +65°C
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PORTB Rx, Tx
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2.6. FM PRO 3 DIMENSIONS
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2.7. LED STATUSES
GPS LED
When GPS signal is not received or GPS signal is not accurate, the GPS LED is blinking as
follows:
When accurate GPS signal is received, the GPS LED is blinking as follows:
GSM LED
When GSM signal is not received, GSM LED is blinking as follows:
When device has a good GSM signal, but no GPRS, LED is blinking as follows:
When device has good GSM signal and it is connected to GPRS, then LED is blinking as
follows:
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FM-Pro3
When the FM-Pro3 terminal has GSM signal and it is sending data via GPRS, LED is blinking:
Peripheral LED
To the FM-Pro3 terminal can be attached up to three peripheral interfaces. So there are 3
different types of blinking when one or other peripheral is connected.
When there is no peripheral attached, LED will not blink at all:
When there is 1 out of 3 peripheral interfaces connected, the peripheral LED is blinking:
When there are 2 out of 3 peripheral interfaces connected, peripheral LED is blinking:
When there are 3 out of 3 peripheral interfaces connected, Peripheral LED is blinking:
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FM-Pro3
2.8. PINOUT CONNECTION, USB
FM-Pro3 standard plugs, 12 and 10 pins.
Standard FM-Pro3 12 PINs plug description:
Pin
No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
Pin name
Description
PortB RX
Chassis
PortB TX
OUT +5V
PortA RX
Data
PortA TX
CAN H
L_Line
CAN L
K_Line
Chassis
Port B receive signal
The frame or chassis of a car.
Port B transit signal
+5V output for Dallas 1-Wire® devices (max 20 mA)
Port A receive signal
Data channel for Dallas 1-Wire® devices
Port A transit signal
SAE J1939 CAN interface High channel
SAE J1939 CAN interface L_Line channel, diagnostics
SAE J1939 CAN interface Low channel
SAE J1939 CAN interface K_Line channel, diagnostics
The frame or chassis of a car
Standard FM-Pro3 10 PINs plug description:
Pin
No.
1.
Pin name
Description
+BAT 12/24V
2.
3.
Chassis
DIN 1
4.
5.
AIN 1
DIN 2
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
AIN 2
DIN 3
OUT 1
DIN 4
OUT 2
Battery rated voltage: 12/24V.
Allowed battery voltagerange: 10...32V
The frame or chassis of a car
Digital input, channel 1(It can be also used as a pulse counter).
Threshold 4V
Analog input, channel 1. Input range: 0 – 30V
Digital input, channel 2(It can be also used as a pulse counter).
Threshold 4V
Analog input, channel 2. Input range: 0 – 30V
Digital input, channel 3. Threshold 4V
Digital output. Channel 1. Open collector output. Max. 32V
250 mA
Digital input, channel 4. Threshold 4V
Digital output. Channel 2. Open collector output. Max. 32V
250 mA
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USB
Pin No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Pin name
VBUS
DD+
ID
GND
Description
Power
Data Data +
NC
Ground
2.9. SPECIAL FEATURES
• Any element event triggers (external sensor, input, speed, temperature, etc.);
• Smart profile switching (GSM operator or any element depended);
• Highly configurable data acquisition and sending;
• Real-time process monitoring;
• Authorized number list for remote access;
• Firmware update via GPRS or Mini USB port;
• Configuration update via GPRS, SMS or Mini USB port;
• TCP/IP or UDP/IP protocol support;
• 5 000 record storing.
2.10. QUALIFICATION AND CERTIFICATION
The FM-Pro3 terminal complies the essential requirements detailed in the following Articles of
the Directive:
Essential Requirements
Safety
R&TTE, Article 3.1(a)
EMC
R&TTE, Article 3.1(b)
Radio Spectrum
R&TTE, Article 3.2
Environmental testing. Part 26. Sinusoidal vibration (IEC
60068-2-6:2007)
Conformed Specifications / Standards
EN 60950-1:2006+A11:2009
EN 301 489-1 V1.6.1
EN 301 489-7 V1.3.1
EN 301 511 (v9.0.2)
LST EN 60068-2-6:2008
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FM-Eco3
3. FM-ECO3
3.1. BASIC DESCRIPTION
FM-Eco3 is a terminal with GPS / GSM connectivity, which is able to determine the object’s
coordinates and transfer them via the GSM network. This terminal is perfectly suitable for
applications where location acquirement of remote objects is needed. It is important to mention
that FM-Eco3 has additional inputs and outputs, which let control and monitor other
remote objects.
Figure1. Example of application of GPS/GSM terminal FM-Eco3 for controlling and monitoring of remote objects.
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FM-Eco3
3.2. PACKAGE CONTENTS
Figure2. FM-Eco3 device, power and I/O cables and GPS antenna.
The FM-Eco3 terminal is supplied to the customer in a cardboard box containing all the
equipment which is necessary for operation.
The package contains:
• The FM-Eco3 Terminal.
• 10 PIN plug with wires for power supply and I/O connection
• Magnetic GPS antenna with sticker.
3.3. ADDITIONAL ACCESSORIES
There are a few standard accessories available for FM-Eco3 that are not included in the
package:
• Analog Temperature sensor
Note: the manufacturer does not supply a SIM card in the package, which is necessary for
connection to the GSM network! SIM card can be obtained from your local GSM service provider!
SIM card can work with the terminal only when all SIM card security codes are disabled!
If any of the components are not in the package, please contact the manufacturer’s
representative or the vendor (www.ruptela.com).
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FM-Eco3
3.4. BASIC CHARACTERISTICS
Inputs / Outputs:
IO1 – 10 pin (2x5 plug):
Paired connection scheme:
Other Inputs / Outputs are not paired.
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FM-Eco3
3.5. TECHNICAL FEATURES
Power supply
External Battery Ratings:
+12/24V
Fuses
GPS
Ublox module (with
external GPS antenna)
GPRS/GSM
Simcom module (with
internal GSM antenna)
Motion
sensor
Micro vibration sensor
LED’s
GPS fix LED,
1A/500mA
External fuse (mounted
into +BAT wire):
GSM LED,
F 2AL
All LED’s are green.
Mini USB
Mini USB socket
SIM
Sim card holder with lock
Dimensions
111.25 x 75 x 25.2 mm
10 pin plug
Tyco multi-lock 4794619-0 socket
Weight
110g
Housing /
Material
UL94-HB Plastic case
Temperatures Operational temp.:
Temperatures Operational temp.:
-35°C ... +55°C
-35°C ... +55°C
Storage temp.:
Storage temp.:
-40°C ... +65°C
-40°C ... +65°C
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FM-Eco3
3.6. FM-ECO3 DIMENSIONS
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FM-Eco3
3.7. LED STATUSES
GPS LED
When GPS signal is not received or GPS signal is not accurate, the GPS LED is blinking as
follows:
When accurate GPS signal is received, the GPS LED is blinking as follows:
GSM LED
When GSM signal is not received, GSM LED is blinking:
When device has good GSM signal, but no GPRS, LED is blinking:
When device has good GSM signal and it is connected to GPRS, then LED is blinking:
When the FM-Eco3 terminal has GSM signal and it is sending data via GPRS, LED is blinking:
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FM-Eco3
3.8. PINOUT CONNECTION, USB
FM-Eco3 standard 10 PINs plug.
Standard FM-Eco3 10 PINs plug description:
Pin
No.
1.
Pin name
Description
+BAT 12/24V
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Chassis
DIN 1
AIN 1
DIN 2
AIN 2
DIN 3
OUT 1
DIN 4
OUT 2
Battery rated voltage: 12/24V.
Allowed battery voltagerange: 10...32V
The frame or chassis of a car
Digital input, channel 1. Threshold 4V
Analog input, channel 1. Input range: 0 – 30V
Digital input, channel 2. Threshold 4V
Analog input, channel 2. Input range: 0 – 30V
Digital input, channel 3. Threshold 4V
Digital output. Channel 1. Open collector output. Max. 32V
Digital input, channel 4. Threshold 4V
Digital output. Channel 2. Open collector output. Max. 32V
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250 mA
250 mA
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FM-Eco3
USB
Pin No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Pin name
VBUS
DD+
ID
GND
Description
Power
Data Data +
NC
Ground
3.9. SPECIAL FEATURES
• Any element event triggers (external sensor, input, speed, temperature, etc.);
• Smart profile switching (GSM operator or any element depended);
• Highly configurable data acquisition and sending;
• Real-time process monitoring;
• Authorized number list for remote access;
• Firmware update via GPRS or Mini USB port;
• Configuration update via GPRS, SMS or Mini USB port;
• TCP/IP or UDP/IP protocol support;
• 5 000 record storing.
3.10. QUALIFICATION AND CERTIFICATION
The FM-Eco3 terminal complies the essential requirements detailed in the following Articles of
the Directive:
Essential Requirements
Safety
R&TTE, Article 3.1(a)
EMC
R&TTE, Article 3.1(b)
Radio Spectrum
R&TTE, Article 3.2
Environmental testing. Part 26. Sinusoidal vibration (IEC
60068-2-6:2007)
Conformed Specifications / Standards
EN 60950-1:2006+A11:2009
EN 301 489-1 V1.6.1
EN 301 489-7 V1.3.1
EN 301 511 (v9.0.2)
LST EN 60068-2-6:2008
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FM-Tco3
4. FM TCO3
4.1. BASIC DESCRIPTION
FM-Tco3 is a Terminal with GPS / GSM connectivity, which is able to determine the object’s
coordinates and transfer them via the GSM network. This terminal is perfectly suitable for
applications where location acquirement of remote objects is needed. It is important to mention
that FM-Tco3 has additional inputs and outputs, which let control and monitor other remote
objects. 1-Wire® interface (for Dallas digital thermometer or I-Button reader) and CAN-bus
interface integrated (for trucks FMS interface data acquisition). It also has 2 simplified RS232 ports
for connecting additional equipments such as Personal Navigation Device, digital fuel level sensor
or other (special firmware is needed for this).
Figure1. Example of application of GPS/GSM terminal FM-Tco3 for controlling and monitoring of remote objects.
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FM-Tco3
4.2. BASIC DESCRIPTION
Figure2. FM-Tco3 device, power and I/O cables and GPS antenna.
The FM-Tco3 device is supplied to the customer in a cardboard box containing all the
equipment that is necessary for operation. The package contains:
• The FM-Tco3 device.
• 10 PIN plug with wires for power supply and I/O connection
• Magnetic GPS antenna with sticker.
• 12 pin plug with wires for CAN-bus, 1-Wire, simplified RS232 and K_line connection.
4.3. ADDITIONAL ACCESSORIES
There are a few standard accessories available for FM-Tco3 that is not included in the package:
• Analog Temperature sensor;
• 1-Wire Digital Temperature Sensor DS18B20 / DS18S20;
• I-Button.
Note: the manufacturer does not supply a SIM card in the package, which is necessary for
connection to the GSM network! SIM card can be obtained from your local GSM service provider!
SIM card can work with the Terminal only when all SIM card security codes are disabled!
If any of the components are not in the package, please contact the manufacturer’s
representative or the vendor (www.ruptela.com).
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FM-Tco3
4.4. BASIC CHARACTERISTICS
Inputs / Outputs:
IO1 – 10 pin (2x5 plug):
IO2 – 12 pin (2x6 plug):
Paired connection scheme:
Other Inputs / Outputs are not paired. Also two spare Chassis pins can be paired with any I/O,
they are only for easier mounting.
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FM-Tco3
4.5. TECHNICAL FEATURES
Power supply
GPS
Ublox module (with
external GPS antenna)
GPRS/GSM
Simcom module (with
internal GSM antenna)
Li-Po 3.7V 800 mAh (up
to 4 hours)
Motion
sensor
Micro vibration sensor
External fuse (mounted
into +BAT wire):
LED’s
GPS fix LED,
External Battery Ratings:
+12/24V
1A/500mA
Internal battery Ratings:
Fuses
GSM LED,
F 2AL
Peripheral LED,
Internal fuse (mounted
into internal battery
module):
Mini USB
Mini USB socket
SMD 2A
SIM
Sim card holder with lock
Dimensions
111.25 x 75 x 25.2 mm
10 pin plug
Tyco multi-lock 4794619-0 socket
Weight
140g
12 pin plug
Tyco multi-lock 4794619-2 socket
Housing /
Material
UL94-HB Plastic case
2x Simplified
RS232 ports
PORTA Rx, Tx
Temperatures Operational temp.:
-35°C ... +55°C
Storage temp.:
All LED’s are green.
-40°C ... +65°C
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PORTB Rx, Tx
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FM-Tco3
4.6. FM-TCO3 DIMENSIONS
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FM-Tco3
4.7. LED STATUSES
GPS LED
When GPS signal is not received or GPS signal is not accurate, the GPS LED is blinking as
follows:
When accurate GPS signal is received, the GPS LED is blinking as follows:
GSM LED
When GSM signal is not received, GSM LED is blinking as follows:
When device has a good GSM signal, but no GPRS, LED is blinking as follows:
When device has good GSM signal and it is connected to GPRS, then LED is blinking as
follows:
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FM-Tco3
When the FM-Tco3 terminal has GSM signal and it is sending data via GPRS, LED is blinking:
Peripheral LED
To the FM-Tco3 terminal there can be up to three peripheral interfaces attached. So there are 3
different types of blinking when one or other peripheral is connected.
When there is no peripheral attached, LED will not blink at all:
When there is 1 out of 3 peripheral interfaces connected, Peripheral LED is blinking:
When there are 2 out of 3 peripheral interfaces connected, Peripheral LED is blinking:
When there are 3 out of 3 peripheral interfaces connected, Peripheral LED is blinking:
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FM-Tco3
4.8. PINOUT CONNECTION, USB
FM-Tco3 standard plugs, 12 and 10 PINs.
Standard FM-Tco3 12 PINs plug description:
Pin
No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
Pin name
Description
PortB RX
Chassis
PortB TX
OUT +5V
PortA RX
Data
PortA TX
CAN H
L_Line
CAN L
K_Line
Chassis
Port B receive signal
The frame or chassis of a car.
Port B transit signal
+5V output for Dallas 1-Wire® devices (max 20 mA)
Port A receive signal
Data channel for Dallas 1-Wire® devices
Port A transit signal
SAE J1939 CAN interface High channel
SAE J1939 CAN interface L_Line channel, diagnostics
SAE J1939 CAN interface Low channel
SAE J1939 CAN interface K_Line channel, diagnostics
The frame or chassis of a car
Standard FM-Tco3 10 PINs plug description:
Pin
No.
1.
Pin name
Description
+BAT 12/24V
2.
3.
Chassis
DIN 1
4.
5.
AIN 1
DIN 2
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
AIN 2
DIN 3
OUT 1
DIN 4
OUT 2
Battery rated voltage: 12/24V.
Allowed battery voltagerange: 10...32V
The frame or chassis of a car
Digital input, channel 1(It can be also used as a pulse counter).
Threshold 4V
Analog input, channel 1. Input range: 0 – 30V
Digital input, channel 2(It can be also used as a pulse counter).
Threshold 4V
Analog input, channel 2. Input range: 0 – 30V
Digital input, channel 3. Threshold 4V
Digital output. Channel 1. Open collector output. Max. 32V
250 mA
Digital input, channel 4. Threshold 4V
Digital output. Channel 2. Open collector output. Max. 32V
250 mA
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Pin No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
USB
Pin name
VBUS
DD+
ID
GND
Description
Power
Data Data +
NC
Ground
4.9. SPECIAL FEATURES
• Any element event triggers (external sensor, input, speed, temperature, etc.);
• Smart profile switching (GSM operator or any element depended);
• Highly configurable data acquisition and sending (incl. data from tachograph*);
• Real-time process monitoring;
• Authorized number list for remote access;
• Firmware update via GPRS or Mini USB port;
• Configuration update via GPRS, SMS or Mini USB port;
• TCP/IP or UDP/IP protocol support;
• 5 000 record storing.
* Data from tachograph: vehicle's VIN and registration numbers, driver's identification number, driver's state
(Rest/Work/Drive/Available), driver card status (inserted/removed), total distance, trip distance, speed, RPM.
4.10. QUALIFICATION AND CERTIFICATION
The FM-Tco3 terminal complies the essential requirements detailed in the following Articles of
the Directive:
Essential Requirements
Safety
R&TTE, Article 3.1(a)
EMC
R&TTE, Article 3.1(b)
Radio Spectrum
R&TTE, Article 3.2
Environmental testing. Part 26. Sinusoidal vibration (IEC
60068-2-6:2007)
Conformed Specifications / Standards
EN 60950-1:2006+A11:2009
EN 301 489-1 V1.6.1
EN 301 489-7 V1.3.1
EN 301 511 (v9.0.2)
LST EN 60068-2-6:2008
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5. FM-PRO3-GLONASS
5.1. BASIC DESCRIPTION
FM-Pro3-GLONASS is a terminal with GPS/ GLONASS / GSM connectivity, which is able to
determine the object’s coordinates and transfer them via the GSM network. This terminal is
perfectly suitable for applications where location acquirement of remote objects is needed. It is
important to mention that FM-Pro3-GLONASS has additional inputs and outputs, which let control
and monitor other remote objects. 1-Wire® interface (for Dallas Digital Thermometer or I-Button
Reader) and CAN-bus interface are integrated (for data acquisition of trucks FMS data interface).
It also has one simplified RS232 port to connect additional equipment such as Personal
Navigation Device, digital fuel level sensor or other (special firmware is required for this) and one
RS485 port.
Figure1. Example of application of GPS/GLONASS/GSM terminal FM-Pro3-GLONASS for controlling and monitoring
of remote objects.
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5.2. BASIC DESCRIPTION
Figure2. FM-Pro3-GLONASS device, power and I/O cables and GPS/GLONASS antenna.
The FM-Pro3-GLONASS device is supplied to the customer in a cardboard box containing all
the equipment that is necessary for operation. The package contains:
• The FM-Pro3-GLONASS device;
• 10 PIN plug with wires for power supply and I/O connection;
• Magnetic GPS/GLONASS antenna with sticker;
• 12 PIN plug with wires for CAN-bus, 1-Wire, simplified RS232, RS485 and K_line connection.
5.3. ADDITIONAL ACCESSORIES
There are a few standard accessories available for FM-Pro3-GLONASS that are not included in
the package:
• Analog Temperature sensor;
• 1-Wire Digital Temperature Sensor DS18B20 / DS18S20;
• I-Button.
Note: the manufacturer does not supply a SIM card in the package, which is necessary for
connection to the GSM network! SIM card can be obtained from your local GSM service provider!
SIM card can work with the Terminal only when all SIM card security codes are disabled!
If any of the components are not in the package, please contact the manufacturer’s
representative or the vendor (www.ruptela.com).
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5.4. BASIC CHARACTERISTICS
Inputs / Outputs:
IO1 – 10 pin (2x5 plug):
IO2 – 12 pin (2x6 plug):
Paired connection scheme:
Other Inputs / Outputs are not paired. Also two spare Chassis pins can be paired with any I/O,
they are only for easier mounting.
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5.5. TECHNICAL FEATURES
Power supply
External Battery Ratings:
+12/24V
Satronel MGGS2217
module (with external
GPS/GLONASS antenna)
GPRS/GSM
Simcom module (with
internal GSM antenna)
Motion
sensor
Micro vibration sensor
LED’s
GPS/GLONASS fix LED,
1A/500mA
Internal battery Ratings:
Li-Po 3.7V 800 mAh (up
to 4 hours)
Fuses
GPS
External fuse (mounted
into +BAT wire):
GSM LED,
F 2AL
Peripheral LED,
Internal fuse (mounted
into internal battery
module):
Mini USB
Mini USB socket
SMD 2A
SIM
SIM card holder with lock
Dimensions
111.25 x 75 x 25.2 mm
10 pin plug
Tyco multi-lock 4794619-0 socket
Weight
140g
12 pin plug
Tyco multi-lock 4794619-2 socket
Housing /
Material
UL94-HB Plastic case
Simplified
RS232 port
PORTB Rx, Tx
RS485 port
PORTA A, B
Temperatures Operational temp.:
-35°C ... +55°C
Storage temp.:
-40°C ... +65°C
All LED’s are green.
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5.7. LED STATUSES
GPS/GLONASS LED
When GPS/GLONASS signal is not received or GPS/GLONASS signal is not accurate, the
GPS/GLONASS LED is blinking as follows:
When accurate GPS/GLONASS signal is received, the GPS/GLONASS LED is blinking as
follows:
GSM LED
When GSM signal is not received, GSM LED is blinking as follows:
When device has a good GSM signal, but no GPRS, LED is blinking as follows:
When device has good GSM signal and it is connected to GPRS, then LED is blinking as
follows:
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When the FM-Pro3-GLONASS terminal has GSM signal and it is sending data via GPRS, LED
is blinking:
Peripheral LED
To the FM-Pro3-GLONASS terminal can be attached up to three peripheral interfaces. So there
are 3 different types of blinking when one or other peripheral is connected.
When there is no peripheral attached, LED will not blink at all:
When there is 1 out of 3 peripheral interfaces connected, the peripheral LED is blinking:
When there are 2 out of 3 peripheral interfaces connected, peripheral LED is blinking:
When there are 3 out of 3 peripheral interfaces connected, Peripheral LED is blinking:
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5.8. PINOUT CONNECTION, USB
FM-Pro3-GLONASS standard plugs, 12 and 10 pins.
Standard FM-Pro3-GLONASS 12 PINs plug description:
Pin
No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
Pin name
Description
PortB RX
Chassis
PortB TX
OUT +5V
PortA A
Data
PortA B
CAN H
L_Line
CAN L
K_Line
Chassis
PortB receive signal
The frame or chassis of a car.
PortB transit signal
+5V output for Dallas 1-Wire® devices (max 20 mA)
PortA A (inverting) signal
Data channel for Dallas 1-Wire® devices
PortA B (non-inverting) signal
SAE J1939 CAN interface High channel
SAE J1939 CAN interface L_Line channel, diagnostics
SAE J1939 CAN interface Low channel
SAE J1939 CAN interface K_Line channel, diagnostics
The frame or chassis of a car
Standard FM-Pro3-GLONASS 10 PINs plug description:
Pin
No.
1.
Pin name
Description
+BAT 12/24V
2.
3.
Chassis
DIN 1
4.
5.
AIN 1
DIN 2
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
AIN 2
DIN 3
OUT 1
DIN 4
OUT 2
Battery rated voltage: 12/24V.
Allowed battery voltagerange: 10...32V
The frame or chassis of a car
Digital input, channel 1(It can be also used as a pulse counter).
Threshold 4V
Analog input, channel 1. Input range: 0 – 30V
Digital input, channel 2(It can be also used as a pulse counter).
Threshold 4V
Analog input, channel 2. Input range: 0 – 30V
Digital input, channel 3. Threshold 4V
Digital output. Channel 1. Open collector output. Max. 32V
250 mA
Digital input, channel 4. Threshold 4V
Digital output. Channel 2. Open collector output. Max. 32V
250 mA
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Pin No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
USB
Pin name
VBUS
DD+
ID
GND
Description
Power
Data Data +
NC
Ground
5.9. SPECIAL FEATURES
• Any element event triggers (external sensor, input, speed, temperature, etc.);
• Smart profile switching (GSM operator or any element depended);
• Highly configurable data acquisition and sending;
• Real-time process monitoring;
• Authorized number list for remote access;
• Firmware update via GPRS or Mini USB port;
• Configuration update via GPRS, SMS or Mini USB port;
• TCP/IP or UDP/IP protocol support;
• 5 000 record storing.
5.10. QUALIFICATION AND CERTIFICATION
The FM-Pro3 terminal complies the essential requirements detailed in the following Articles of
the Directive:
Essential Requirements
Safety
R&TTE, Article 3.1(a)
EMC
R&TTE, Article 3.1(b)
Radio Spectrum
R&TTE, Article 3.2
Environmental testing. Part 26. Sinusoidal vibration (IEC
60068-2-6:2007)
Conformed Specifications / Standards
EN 60950-1:2006+A11:2009
EN 301 489-1 V1.6.1
EN 301 489-7 V1.3.1
EN 301 511 (v9.0.2)
LST EN 60068-2-6:2008
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6. INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION INSTRUCTIONS
6.1. MODULE INSTALLATION
• Module should not be seen or easily reached.
• Module should be firmly fixed to the surface. Please avoid mounting module near the metal
surface or cables (see the picture below). Wrong module mounting may be the cause of
module malfunction.
• Module cannot be fixed to heat emitting or moving parts.
• SIM card should be inserted in the module while the connector is plugged off (while module has
no power).
• Module must be fitted with double sided stick tape!
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GPS (GPS/GLONASS) antenna connection
It is recommended to place GPS (GPS/GLONASS) antenna behind the dashboard as close to
the window as possible. A good example of GPS (GPS/GLONASS) antenna placement is
displayed in a picture below (area colored in blue).
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6.2. DEVICE CONNECTION TO A PERSONAL COMPUTER
All examples of connection and configuration will be provided on a personal computer
(PC) running Microsoft Windows XP SP3 32bit operating system. Usually identical or analogue
procedures should be applied on newer versions of Windows family operating systems.
6.2.1.SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
Hardware requirements:

CPU: 1,5GHz or better.

RAM: 512MB or more.

USB port
Fig. 6.2.1.1 USB A to mini USB cable.

USB A to mini USB cable (Fig.6.2.1.1)
o Software requirements

Operating system: Microsoft Windows XP, or Microsoft Windows Vista, or Microsoft
Windows 7 (32-bit and 64-bit)

Microsoft .NET framework 4 (available as a free download from
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=9cfb2d51-5ff4-4491-b0e5b386f32c0992 ).
6.2.2.PREPARATION FOR CONNECTION
Before connecting FM Terminal to PC please check if you have the latest configuration software.
You can download it from here: ftp://dev.ruptela.lt (user name:ftp, password: ftp).
At first connect device to +12/24V
1A/500mA power supply, this will prevent from
damaging PC when FM device is active. You can use an AC/DC stabilized converter for this (not
supplied with the device). When the device is powered up, it is safe to plug in USB cable.
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6.2.3.DRIVER INSTALLATION
1. When the FM device is connected to PC for the first time, a notification should pop up
that new hardware was found and configuration window is shown (Fig. 6.2.3.1). Select
„No, not this time“, and click button „Next“.
Fig. 6.2.3.1. Driver installation
2. In the next window select „Install from a list or specific location (Advanced)“ (Fig.
6.2.3.2.).
Fig. 6.2.3.2. Driver installation
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3. In the next window select „Include this location in the search:“ and click „Browse“ and
navigate to folder where configuration software is saved (i.e. F:\FM3 configurator
00.01.15) then click next(Fig. 6.2.3.3.).
Fig. 6.2.3.3 Driver installation
4. Then driver installation should proceed. If asked, click „Continue Anyway“ (Fig. 6.2.3.4.).
Fig. 6.2.3.4. Driver installation
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5. The driver should be installed and work.
If an error pops up that PC „Cannot Start this hardware“ (Fig. 6.2.3.5.), you should restart
the PC or do the following actions:
1) Click finish and go to „Device Manager“.
2) In device manager go to „Ports (COM & LPT)“,
3) Expand section then right-click on “FM type device (COMXX)”
4) Select “Disable” (Fig. 6.2.3.6.).
5) When asked for confirmation click “Yes”.
6) Then, again, right-click on “FM type device (COMXX)”
7) Select “Enable” (Fig. 6.2.3.7.).
8) Driver now should be completely installed and ready to use (Fig. 6.2.3.8.)
Fig. 6.2.3.5. Driver installation
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Fig. 6.2.3.6. Driver installation
Fig. 6.2.3.7. Driver installation
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Fig. 6.2.3.8. Driver installation
6.3. CONFIGURATOR
In order to use configurator go to folder where you saved configuration software and launch
„VCP.exe“ file. This configurator is intended to configure FM-Eco3, FM-Pro3 and FM-Tco3 devices.
6.3.1.INTERFACING TO COM PORT
In the main view upper left corner there is a drop box which contains COM ports list. You should
select port corresponding to your device (you can check it in “Device manager”) and click
“Connect” button. If connection is successful, “Connect” button changes into “Disconnect” and in
the bottom of the main view there should be information available about software, hardware and
IMEI number (Fig. 6.3.1.2.). Also while connected, the device type will be detected (Fig. 6.3.1.3.)
Fig. 6.3.1.1 COM port drop-box
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Fig. 6.3.1.2 Changes after connection to COM port
In order to disconnect click the “Disconnect” button. Sometimes when connected IMEI is displayed
as a few unconditional characters, this means that device is not fully ready. Try to disconnect, wait
half a minute or longer and connect again – this should fix the problem.
Fig. 6.3.1.3 Device type selection drop-box
6.3.2. GLOBAL PARAMETER CONFIGURATION
Global parameters are parameters which apply to the system in general. Global
parameters are constant and do not change while the device is working, unless they are
configured by user (Fig.6.3.2.1.).
Fig. 6.3.2.1. Global parameter view
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Protocol is a formal description of digital message formats and the rules for exchanging those
messages between system’s elements. This parameter sets how FM device communicates with
the server. Options:

UDP – consumes less traffic (amount of data send/received), but less reliable.

TCP – consumes more traffic (about 30% more), but more reliable.
In case of UDP, if data is lost during transfer to server, the device will repeat the same message in
next GPRS session, until transfer is successful. This means that in case of UDP there will be more
retries to send, but server will receive all the data anyway.
APN (Access Point Name) is a communication protocol that allows user's device to access the
internet using the mobile phone network. Name, User and Psw (password) parameters should be
provided by your mobile operator as GPRS settings.
Connection settings:

IP1 – Internet Protocol address of your server in Ipv4 form (i.e. 127.0.0.1)

Port1 – port number through which server is accessible (i.e. 7001)
Configuration Password – password which restricts device configuration through USB cable.
When it is not blank, you will be asked to enter the password every time when you start receiving
or sending configuration session with device. Leave it blank, if you want everyone to be able to
configure your device. If you forget the password, you can reset or delete it by sending
configuration via GPRS from your server account, because then you will not be requested for
password.
SMS are group of settings to manage your device via SMS messages. Click “Options” to see them
(Fig. 6.3.2.2.). FM device can accept and send specific SMS messages, like device location
information or status. In order to prevent third party eavesdropping you can restrict their usage to
up to 10 authorised numbers with one password for all of them. Device will receive and send SMS
messages only from those Valid Numbers. Numbers are written without spaces and without plus
sign in front (i.e. 37012312345678). Leave them blank, if you want to allow everyone to send SMS
to the device. Every request with SMS must be sent with password, if device is protected. Leave it
blank, if you are not using this feature.
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Fig. 6.3.2.2. SMS numbers and password
Warning! If you leave authorised number and password fields empty, then 3rd parties who know
SIM card number will be able to change configuration or do any other action with the device.
6.3.3. PROFILE CONFIGURATION
Data sending parameters (bottom left) are used to set-up sending rules. User can disable data
sending via GPRS. In this case device will act as black box and only collect records. About 5000
records can be stored and after this, device will start overwriting oldest records. User also defines
minimum number of records in order to start session (saves traffic if your GSM operator has a big
session rounding like 10kb or 100kb)and sending period (Fig. 6.3.3.1). For advanced sending
Fig. 6.3.3.1. Data sending options view
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rules user can use timetable by enabling it and configuring (click “Timetable”).
In timetable a week is divided into periods of 10 minutes (Fig. 6.3.3.2.). User can select day of
week and exact time, when GPRS sending is allowed. In order to select/deselect whole hour, user
should click on row header cell. It is possible to configure timetable and copy it to another day of
the week (or whole week). Also similar options are available for timetable clearing. It is important
to note that “Timetable” has a higher priority than “Period” important. Let’s say Period=3600s (1
hour) and timetable allows sending only from 12:30 to12:40 that day. If sending will start at 00:00,
next time it will send data at about 01:00. Eventually, device will attempt to send 12:00 and 13:00,
but timetable only allows sending 12:30-12:40, so no data will be sent that day. So it is not
recommended to have “Period” longer than the smallest consecutive timetable period (according
to Fig. 6.3.3.2 “Period” should be no longer than 1h=3600s).
Fig. 6.3.3.2. Timetable view
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Data collection parameters (bottom middle (Fig. 6.3.3.3)) are used to set-up record collection
rules.
Fig. 6.3.3.3. Data collection option view
“Time without engine” sets maximum period within which device must make records. It is mostly
used to make records when device is not moving, so this parameter should not be longer than
“Time with engine“ in coefficients section. “Engine” selection defines how FM device detects
whether it is moving or standing still, this mostly affects record collection time-out:

“Always on” – device collects records only according to “Time with engine”(i.e. Time without
engine=120s, Time with engine=60s, then it will always collect data with 60s time-out)

“Ignition (DIN4)” – device considers that it is moving when ignition is turned on ( on digital
input 4 (DIN4) voltage level is high)(i.e. Time without engine=120s, Time with engine=60s,
then if ignition is on time-out will be 60s, if ignition is off time-out will be 120s)

“MovSensor” – device will take built-in movement sensor data to state if it is moving (i.e.
Time without engine=120s, Time with engine=60s, then if motion sensor detects vibration,
the time-out will be 60s, if no vibrations are detected - time-out will be 120s).
“Engine” selection also defines how device wakes up from the sleep mode. If “Ignition (DIN4)”
mode is selected, then the device will wake up from high level on DIN4. Else (“Always on” or
“MovSensor”) movement will be detected from built-in movement sensor.
Coefficients section defines how often device collects records based on GPS readings.
“Distance” parameter defines what distance a vehicle has to go to make a record. “Time” how
much time must pass to make a record. “Radial” how many degrees a vehicle has to turn to
make a record. All coefficients are counted from last generated record (i.e. Distance=1000m,
Time=60s, Radial=60deg and device was moving for 60s, gone 650m and turned 30 degrees,
so record will be made based on time, and counters will be reset, so device must go for
another 1000m, or 60s, or 60deg to make another record).
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FM device has a profiled structure, so according to circumstances device can send, collect and
store the data in different ways. Profile switching is done in two ways: by GSM operator or by IO
event. It is recommended to use single type of switching to avoid confusion. Although advanced
users can combine dual switching. At first, when device starts and has no operator, it jumps to first
profile. As soon as registered to a GSM network, device checks up operator lists (from 1st profile to
4th) and if it finds GSM operator code (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mobile_Network_Code) in that
list, it jumps to corresponding profile. If no matching profile list is found, device jumps to first profile
with empty operator list, so it is recommended to leave 4th profile with empty operator list. If the
same operator code is entered in two profiles lists, then after the GSM network operator change, it
will jump to first of them – let’s say operator X is listed in 2nd profile operator list and 3rd profile
operator list and device works in 1st profile, when GSM operator will change to X, device will jump
to 2nd profile. If using IO event switching, just set “Switch to” to desired profile (Fig. 6.3.3.6).
Operator list is placed in the middle right on the main view and is accessible by clicking options
(Fig. 6.3.3.4). In the new opened window you can set up to 50 preferred mobile network operators
for each profile. Operators are added as numbers (up to six digits). If you want to add Afghanistan
AWCC operator, you should enter 41201 (Fig.6.3.3.5) and then click “Add”. If you want to remove
operator, select operator (by clicking it on the list) and then click on “Remove” button. Also you can
clear all operators from the list by clicking “Clear Al”.
Fig. 6.3.3.4. Operator list options button
Fig. 6.3.3.5. Operator list view
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IO events settings are located in the bottom right corner on the main view and are accessible by
clicking “Options” button (Fig. 6.3.3.6). IO is a specific property, which can be measured by FM
device and sent to server. IO event is a reaction to measured value. When IO event occurs, device
makes a record into its memory with measured values, date, time and location. IO events can
initiate GPRS session. Also IO can change device operation (by switching profile). You can select
up to 40 IO events, from which 20 can be CAN IO events.
Fig. 6.3.3.6. IO events settings buttons
To add IO to data record and create IO event (Fig 6.3.3.7):

Select space for IO. If it is “Disabled” then it is empty and new IO will be added, otherwise
you will overwrite IO and it will be replaced with new one.

Check “Enable”.

Select property ID you want to measure.

Set “Level” (optional, used for Hysteresis (explained below), IO dependant).

Set “Delta” (optional, used for Hysteresis (explained below), IO dependant).

Set “Average” (averaging is used to ensure that IO value is long time result and not short
impulse value). Some parameters, which has static values (like iButton ID) ignores
averaging.

Select “Event on”(Monitoring – no event generation, only include value to record; Hysteresis
– event generation defined by “Level” and “Delta”; Change – event generated when
measured property changes, that means its value is different from previous registered
value).

Select whether to always include value to record or only when event is generated.

Select priority (Low – do not start GPRS session after event and send data according to
timing defined in parameters “Period” and “Timetable”(Fig. 6.3.3.1.), High – start GPRS
session after event and send data if “Timetable” allows GPRS activity at that time).

Select whether to switch profile on this event or not.
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Fig. 6.3.3.7. IO events settings buttons
Hysteresis principle is applied to reduce amount of events generated and thus reduce
GPRStraffic. For example, take configuration from Fig. 6.3.3.7: voltage on analogue1 input (AIN1)
will be measured, event will be generated on hysteresis then signal on analogue rises from 1000100=900mV to 1000+100=1100mV, or falls from 1100mV to 900mV, with samples averaged within
1s intervals; data will be included only when event is generated; and when an event is generated,
GPRS session will be initiated and device will switch to 3rd profile. To generate event on
“Hysteresis” property value must travel from Level-Delta to Level+Delta or vice versa. In Fig.
6.3.3.8 event will be generated on 9th and 15th seconds.
Fig. 6.3.3.8. Hysteresis explanation
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Some IO options have conventional parameter measurement units (analogue inputs, temperature
measurements, etc.) while others are defined in specific standards (as CAN FMS 2.0).
Sleep can be enabled (Fig. 6.3.3.9) to reduce power usage of the device, but sleep also reduces
response from the device, because GSM modem and GPS are switched off (the device does not
collect records based on GPS information and does not respond to SMS commands). Device
enters into sleep mode when no movement or ignition (depends on “Engine” selection (Fig.
6.3.3.3)) detected for 10minutes. Device resumes instantly after movement or ignition detected.
Fig. 6.3.3.9 Sleep selection buttons
6.3.4. SAVING AND LOADING CONFIGURATION
Fig. 6.3.4.1. Configuration saving scheme
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In the main view upper left corner there are “Save CFG” and “Load CFG” buttons, which save and
load configuration files. In order to save file click “Save CFG”, go to folder where to save
configuration, give name to file and click “Save” (Fig. 6.3.4.1). In order to load configuration, click
“Load CFG”, navigate to folder where configuration file is saved, select file and click “Open”.
Fig. 6.3.4.2. Configuration loading scheme
Both actions, saving and loading, can be completed whether the device is connected or
disconnected from PC.
Different device types (FM-Eco3, FM-Pro3, FM-Tco3) have slightly different configuration options.
So when configuring without connected device, pay attention to which type is selected (Fig.
6.3.4.2.). Each device type has its own configuration file extension: FM-Eco3 – .fe3c, FM-Pro3 –
.fp3c, FM-Tco3 – .ft3c.
5.3.5. SAVING AND LOADING CONFIGURATION
In the main view upper left corner there are “Send CFG” and “Get CFG” buttons, which are
responsible for configuration exchange with device. These actions can only be performed when
connected to COM port (chapter 6.3.1). In order to get configuration from device click “Get CFG”
button. The controls will be frozen for a while and on the bottom you will see progress bar active.
Analogue actions should be done to send configuration to device. All profiles are saved and
loaded from device at once. Report will be written at the bottom of main view after action.
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Possible reports:

Configuration Sent Successfully

Configuration Send Error!

Configuration Received Successfully

Configuration Receiving Error!
If you receive error report, retry your last action once again. In most cases this should fix the
problem. If you are still having this problem, please contact our support engineers
([email protected])
6.4. FIRMWARE UPDATE
Configurator is also used to update firmware version of FM terminal type device. There is
“Send FW” button (on the middle left on the main view (Fig 6.4.1)), it opens dialogue window to
search for firmware file. Different device type has its own firmware file: FM-Eco3 – .efwe, FM-Pro3
– .efwp, FM-Tco3 – .efwt. User has to open device COM port, click “Send FW”, navigate to
appropriate folder, select file and click “Open” (Fig. 6.4.2).
Fig. 6.4.1. Firmware update button
After sending firmware file to the device, notification will pop up on the bottom of the device and
LEDs will glow continuously for about a minute. Firmware update takes up to 5 minutes, so device
must be powered up during that time. Device is completely ready to use when LEDs start blinking.
Fig. 5.4.2. Firmware update scheme
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6.5. APPENDIX – IO LIST
IO name
IO size, IO value range IO value explanation
B
Notes
AIN1
2
0-65535
mV
AIN2
2
0-65535
mV
Battery current
2
0-65535
mA
Should
250mA
Battery Voltage
2
0-65535
mV
Should be between 3300
and 4300mV
CAN accelerator 1
pedal position 1
0-255
0-100% pressed, by 0,4% 128=51%
pedal
steps
pressed to the middle
CAN ambient air 2
temperature
0-65535
0.03125 °C/Bit gain
-273 °C offset
CAN at least one 1
PTO engaged
0-3
0=No PTO drive is
engaged
1=At least one PTO drive
is engaged
2=Error
3=Not available
CAN axle
location
0-15
Defined in
standard
CAN axle weight 2
0-65535
0.5 kg / Bit gain
CAN brake
switch
1
0-1
0=pedal released
1=pedal pressed
CAN clutch
switch
1
0-1
0=pedal released
1=pedal pressed
CAN cruise
control active
1
0-1
0=switched off
1=switched on
CAN diagnostics 1
supported
0-3
0=diagnostics
supported
1=diagnostics
supported
2=reserved
3=don´t care
CAN engine
coolant
temperature
1
0-255
CAN engine
hours
4
0-4294967295 0.05 h / Bit gain
CAN engine
percent load at
current speed
1
0-125
1
FMS
not
9376=20°C
2.0
20000=10000kg
is
not
1°C / Bit gain
-40°C offset
1%/bit,
0 to 125% op. range
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128=88°C
200000=10000h
60=60%
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IO name
CAN engine
speed
IO size, IO value range IO value explanation
B
2
0-65535
0.125 rpm / Bit gain
0-4294967295 0,5 L / Bit gain
CAN engine total 4
fuel used
Notes
8000=1000rpm
20000=10000L
CAN first driver
ID
16
-
Driver ID = Card
Number
CAN fuel level1
1
0-255
0,4 % / Bit gain
128=51%
CAN fuel rate
2
0-64255
0.05L/h per bit
0 to 3212,75L/h
600=30L/h
CAN high
resolution
engine total fuel
used
4
0- 4211081215
0.001 L/bit
0 to 4211081,215 L
1000000=1000L
CAN high
resolution total
vehicle distance
4
0-4294967295
5 m/Bit gain
10000=50000m
CAN
instantaneous
fuel economy
2
0-64256
1/512 km/L per b
0 to 125,5 km/L
2560=5km/L
CAN requests
supported
1
0-3
0=request is not
supported
1=request is
supported
2=reserved
3=don´t care
CAN second
driver ID
16
-
Driver ID = Card
Number
CAN service
distance
2
0-65535
5 km / Bit gain
-160 635 km offset
CAN system
event
1
0-1
0=no tachogr. Event
1=tachogr. Event
CAN SW-version
supported
4
CAN tacho
direction
indicator
1
Defined in FMS 2.0
standard
0-1
0=Forward
1=Reverse
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IO name
IO size, IO value range IO value explanation
B
CAN tacho
driver 1 card
1
0-1
0=Card not present
1=Card present
CAN tacho
driver 1 time
related status
1
0-15
0=normal
1=15 min bef. 4 ½ h
2=4 ½ h reached
3=15 min bef. 9 h
4=9 h reached
5=15 min bef. 16 h
6=16h reached
14=Error
15=not available
CAN tacho
driver 2 card
1
0-1
0=Card not present
1=Card present
CAN tacho
driver 2 time
related status
1
0-15
0=normal
1=15 min bef. 4 ½ h
2=4 ½ h reached
3=15 min bef. 9 h
4=9 h reached
5=15 min bef. 16 h
6=16h reached
14=Error
15=not available
CAN tacho
driver1 working
state
1
0-7
0=Rest
1=Driver available
2=Work
3=Drive
6=Error
7=not available
CAN tacho
driver2 working
state
1
0-7
0=Rest
1=Driver available
2=Work
3=Drive
6=Error
7=not available
CAN tacho
handling
information
1
0-1
0=no handling
information
1=handling
information
CAN tacho
vehicle motion
1
0-1
0=Vehicle motion not
detected
1=vehicle motion
detected
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IO name
IO size, IO value range IO value explanation
B
Notes
CAN tacho
vehicle
overspeed
1
0-1
0=No overspeed
1=Overspeed
CAN tachograph
performance
1
0-1
0=Normal
performance
1=Performance
analysis
CAN tachograph
vehicle speed
2
0-65535
1/256km/h Bit gain
CAN tire location
1
0-15
Defined in FMS 2.0
standard
CAN vehicle ID
24
-
Defined in FMS 2.0
standard
CAN wheel
based speed
2
0-65535
1/256km/h Bit gain
Current profile
1
0-4
0=default pfile
1=1st profile
2=2nd profile
3=3rd profile
4=4th profile
Digital Fuel
Sensor A
2
0-1023
Relative to size
1023= full, 0= empty
Digital Fuel
Sensor B
2
0-1023
Relative to size
1023= full, 0= empty
DIN1
1
0-1
0=low level on input
1=high level on input
DIN2
1
0-1
0=low level on input
1=high level on input
DIN3
1
0-1
0=low level on input
1=high level on input
Fuel Counter 1
2
0-65535
Depends on Counter
Fuel Counter 2
2
0-65535
Depends on Counter
GPS speed
1
0-255
Value km/h
GSM operator
4
0-4294967295
Unique Mobile
operator code
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15360=60km/h
15360=60km/h
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IO name
IO size, IO value range IO value explanation
B
Notes
GSM signal level
1
0-31
0=-115dBm or less
1=-111dBm
2...30=-110...-54dBm
31=-52dBm or
greater
99=not known or
detectable
iButton ID
8
-
Unique iButton ID
Ignition(DIN4)
1
0-1
0=low level on input
1=high level on input
Movement
sensor
1
0-1
0=No motion
detected
1=Motion detected
Modem
temperature
1
-40-90
°C
PCB
temperature
1
-40-80
°C
Power supply
voltage
2
0-65535
mV
TCO distance
4
0-4294967295
5 m/Bit gain
10000=50000m
TCO engine
speed
2
0-65535
0.125 rpm / Bit gain
8000=1000rpm
TCO first driver
card
1
0-1
0=Card not present
1=Card present
TCO first driver
ID
16
-
Driver ID = Card
Number
TCO first driver
state
1
0-7
0=Rest
1=Driver available
2=Work
3=Drive
6=Error
7=not available
TCO registration
number
16
-
License plate number
TCO second
driver card
1
0-1
0=Card not present
1=Card present
TCO second
driver ID
16
-
Driver ID = Card
Number
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IO name
IO size, IO value range IO value explanation
B
Notes
TCO second
driver state
1
0-7
0=Rest
1=Driver available
2=Work
3=Drive
6=Error
7=not available
TCO trip
distance
4
0-4294967295
5 m/Bit gain
TCO vehicle ID
24
-
Defined in FMS 2.0
standard
TCO vehicle
speed
2
0-65535
1/256km/h Bit gain
15360=60km/h
Temperature
sensor0
2
-550-1250
0,1 °C / Bit gain
200=20°C
2001 – 1wire bus
short-circuit
2002 – CRC error
2003 – no sensors
2004 – abnormal
temperature
Temperature
sensor0 ID
8
-
Unique temperature
sensor ID
Temperature
sensor1
2
-550-1250
0,1 °C / Bit gain
Temperature
sensor1 ID
8
-
Unique temperature
sensor ID
Temperature
sensor2
2
-550-1250
0,1 °C / Bit gain
Temperature
sensor2 ID
8
-
Unique temperature
sensor ID
Virtual odometer
4
0-4294967295
m
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10000=50000m
200=20°C
2001 – 1wire bus
short-circuit
2002 – CRC error
2003 – no sensors
2004 – abnormal
temperature
200=20°C
2001 – 1wire bus
short-circuit
2002 – CRC error
2003 – no sensors
2004 – abnormal
temperature
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