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Table of Contents
10: Network / SMS / Report Settings ................................................................................................. 2
Network Tab .......................................................................................................................................................... 2
SMS Tab 4
Report Settings Tab............................................................................................................................................... 5
11: Assign Headers – Status Report ............................................................................................... 10
12: Assign Headers – Alert Report .................................................................................................. 11
13: Alert Config 1 .............................................................................................................................. 12
14: Alert Config 2 .............................................................................................................................. 20
16: Mode Configuration and Profile Settings .................................................................................. 22
Mode Config Tab ................................................................................................................................................. 22
Profile Setting Tab ............................................................................................................................................... 25
17: Ignition / Inputs / Outputs .......................................................................................................... 29
Ignition 29
Inputs 31
Outputs 32
18: Registered 1-Wire Driver IDs ..................................................................................................... 34
1800-1899: Driver ID 1-100 ................................................................................................................................. 34
19: Accelerometer / Power / RS232 / 1 Wire .................................................................................... 34
Accelerometer Tab .............................................................................................................................................. 34
Power Tab 36
Serial RS232 Tab ................................................................................................................................................ 38
1-Wire Settings Tab ............................................................................................................................................. 38
50: Geofence ..................................................................................................................................... 41
60: Poly Geofence............................................................................................................................. 42
Parameter Configuration ..................................................................................................................... 43
Programming Parameter Format ..................................................................................................... 43
Structure 43
Examples 44
Requesting Parameter Value Format .............................................................................................. 44
Structure 44
Examples 45
Revisions .............................................................................................................................................. 46

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10: Network / SMS / Report Settings

Network Tab
Network parameters control how the device connects to the Cellular Network, Report Server, and Maintenance
Server.

1000: Authentication
Select the correct GPRS/HSPA Authentication for the network you are connecting the device to. The options for
this parameter are:
 0 = PAP
 1 = CHAP
 2 = Automatic
 3 = None

1001: APN
Input the Access Point Name for the carrier/network you are connecting the device to

1002: User ID
This is the ID for GPRS/HSPA Access if your network requires an ID and password to access the network.

1003: User Password


This is the password for GPRS/HSPA Access if your network requires an ID and password to access the network.

1004: PIN Number


Pin number to release PIN lock if it is enabled on the SIM

1005: Server IP
IP address of the Server/Platform the device will send it’s reports to

1006: Server Port


Port of the Server/Platform that the device will send it’s reports to

1007: Server Type


Select the type of server the device will be connected to
 0 = TCP
 1 = UDP

1008: Backup Server IP


IP address of the Backup Server/Platform the device will send it’s reports to if it cannot connect to the Server IP

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1009: Backup Server Port


Port of the Server/Platform that the device will send it’s reports to if it cannot connect to the Server IP

1010: Backup Server Type


Select the type of the backup server the device will be connected to
 0 = TCP
 1 = UDP

1011: UDP ACK


When using a UDP server type, this parameter will select whether or not to acknowledge or ‘ACK’ the messages
that are sent from the device to the server.

Setting this parameter to 0 will disabled the acknowledge message, otherwise the Bitmap below shows the options
to select which reports to require an acknowledgement for.

Bitmap:
 Bit 0 = Status Report
 Bit 1 = Alert ID Report
 Bit 2 = Travel Report
 Bit 3 = External Serial Report
 Bit 4 =
 Bit 5 =
 Bit 6 =
 Bit 7 =
 Bit 8-15: reserved

1012: Device Port


When using a UDP server type, this parameter sets the port for receiving commands from the server via UDP.

If ‘0’ or empty, the device would use port 9000.

1013: Connection Type


When using TCP server type, this parameter can be used to determine the connection type with the server
 0 = Keep connected
o Device always keeps TCP connection and can receive a command via GPRS.
 1 = Close Connection
o Device maintains TCP connection while the device is sending the data to the server. Within 3
minutes after sending all the data that the device has been keeping, the device disconnects GPRS
and TCP connection as there is no data to be sent any more inside the device. In this case, the
device cannot receive a command via GPRS.

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1060: Keep Alive Interval


Interval to send the Keep Alive report (0-43200 minutes)

The Device will send the keep alive report in Driving mode & Parking mode & Sleep mode. It will also wake the
device from sleep in Park Mode.

The mobile network automatically disconnects when there is no data communication for a long time in order to
manage limited network IP resources.
For example, if there is no data communication between the server and the device for 1 hour(it’s depends on the
network service provider), the mobile network cut the connection.
To prevent this, if you setting T4 to 58 minutes will send a short message "KEEP_ALIVE" to the server before 60
minutes.
As a result, the mobile network leaves the connection between server and device.

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1020: Maintenance Server IP


The IP address of the Maintenance Server that can be used to update firmware or configurations to the device

1021: Maintenance Server Port


The IP address of the Maintenance Server that can be used to update firmware or configurations to the device

1022: Access interval


Range: 0, 24 – 999
Units: Hours

The interval in which the device will check-in with the maintenance server
 0 = Disabled/Does not report to maintenance server. Will only access the maintenance server by
command.
 X = Time duration in hours that the device will periodically check in with maintenance server

Note. The SCUTI(Maintenance server) server in Suntech is running for the customer separately.
The Suntech provides the command to change the setting values (ex: IP, port, interval) which are the
configuration of the maintenance server if the customer is running it separately.
Please be advised that the command should be used only by the customer who has the maintenance server
separately.
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SMS Tab
Parameters under the SMS tab control SMS reporting and what numbers can SMS the device to change the
existing parameter values.

1025: SMS Number


Phone Number that will receive SMS reports sent by the device

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1030: SMS Lock


Range: 0 or 1
Units: N/A

Lock of Receiving Commands by SMS


0 = Disable
1 = Enable

If enabled, only the phone numbers listed in parameters 1031 through 1034 (MT1-MT4) will be able to send SMS
commands to the device. All other commands received by phone numbers that are not defined in these
parameters will be ignored by the device.

1031: SMS MT1


When SMS Lock is set, the device will accept SMS commands from the phone number listed in this parameter.

1032: SMS MT2


When SMS Lock is set, the device will accept SMS commands from the phone number listed in this parameter.

1033: SMS MT3


When SMS Lock is set, the device will accept SMS commands from the phone number listed in this parameter.

1034: SMS MT4


When SMS Lock is set, the device will accept SMS commands from the phone number listed in this parameter.

Report Settings Tab


This section will cover the parameters that can be found in the “Report Settings” tab of SyncTrak. This section will
go over the functionality of the parameters that control how the device sends its different reports.

1055: Zip/Normal
Selects whether or not to use the ‘Normal’ or ‘Zip’ reporting format
 0 = Zip is Disabled, so ‘Normal’ reporting format will be used
 1 = Zip is enabled, so ‘Zip’ reporting format will be used

1058: Command Response Direction


Sets how the device will send a response message when it receives a command from SMS or Server/Platform.

For example, if you set 2 and server send a command to device through GPRS communication, the device will try
to send a response through SMS (SMS_NO)

How to set direction of Command response

0: No Use
1: Server
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2: SMS

1059: GPS Antenna Check


GPS Antenna Error Check

1064: Speed Above Alerting by Buzzer


Range: 0 or 1
Units: N/A

0 = Disable
1 = Enable

In a case that the Output type is set to ‘Buzzer’ and exceed the ‘Speed Threshold (1621)’ , the buzzer alerts.

1080: Status Report Map


Binary map of the standard headers that will be included in the Status Reports
 Bit 0: Report Map
 Bit 1: Model
 Bit 2: Software Version
 Bit 3: Message Type
 Bit 4: Date
 Bit 5: Time
 Bit 6: Cell ID
 Bit 7: MCC
 Bit 8: MNC
 Bit 9: LAC – Local Area Code
 Bit10: RX_LVL
 Bit11: Latitude
 Bit12: Longitude
 Bit13: Speed
 Bit14: Course/Heading
 Bit15: Satellite Count
 Bit16: GPS Fix Status
 Bit17: Input States
 Bit18: Output States
 Bit19: Mode
 Bit20: Status Report Type
 Bit21: Message Number
 Bit22: reserved
 Bit23: Assign Map

1081: Status Assign Map


Map of the Assign headers that will be included in the Status Reports from the device
 Bit 0: S_ASSIGN1
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 Bit 1: S_ASSIGN2
 Bit 2: S_ASSIGN3
 Bit 3: S_ASSIGN4
 Bit 4: S_ASSIGN5
 Bit 5: S_ASSIGN6
 Bit 6: S_ASSIGN7
 Bit 7: S_ASSIGN8
 Bit 8: S_ASSIGN9
 Bit 9: S_ASSIGN10
 Bit 10: S_ASSIGN11
 Bit 11: S_ASSIGN12
 Bit 12: S_ASSIGN13
 Bit 13: S_ASSIGN14
 Bit 14: S_ASSIGN15
 Bit 15: M_ASSIGN1
 Bit 16: M_ASSIGN2
 Bit 17: M_ASSIGN3
 Bit 18: M_ASSIGN4
 Bit 19: M_ASSIGN5
 Bit 20: M_ASSIGN6
 Bit 21: M_ASSIGN7
 Bit 22: M_ASSIGN8
 Bit 23: L_ASSIGN1
 Bit 24: L_ASSIGN2
 Bit 25: L_ASSIGN3
 Bit 26: L_ASSIGN4
 Bit 27: L_ASSIGN5
 Bit 28: L_ASSIGN6
 Bit 29: L_ASSIGN7
 Bit 30: L_ASSIGN8
 Bit 31: reserved

1082: Alert ID Report Map


Binary map of the standard headers that will be included in the Alert ID reports
 Bit 0: Report Map
 Bit 1: Model
 Bit 2: Software Version
 Bit 3: Message Type
 Bit 4: Date
 Bit 5: Time
 Bit 6: Cell ID
 Bit 7: MCC
 Bit 8: MNC
 Bit 9: LAC – Local Area Code

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 Bit10: RX_LVL
 Bit11: Latitude
 Bit12: Longitude
 Bit13: Speed
 Bit14: Course/Heading
 Bit15: Satellite Count
 Bit16: GPS Fix Status
 Bit17: Input States
 Bit18: Output States
 Bit19: Alert ID
 Bit20: Alert Modifier
 Bit21: Alert ID Data
 Bit22: reserved
 Bit23: Assign Map

1083: Alert ID Assign Map


Map of the Assign headers that will be included in the Alert ID Reports from the device
 Bit 0: S_ASSIGN1
 Bit 1: S_ASSIGN2
 Bit 2: S_ASSIGN3
 Bit 3: S_ASSIGN4
 Bit 4: S_ASSIGN5
 Bit 5: S_ASSIGN6
 Bit 6: S_ASSIGN7
 Bit 7: S_ASSIGN8
 Bit 8: S_ASSIGN9
 Bit 9: S_ASSIGN10
 Bit 10: S_ASSIGN11
 Bit 11: S_ASSIGN12
 Bit 12: S_ASSIGN13
 Bit 13: S_ASSIGN14
 Bit 14: S_ASSIGN15
 Bit 15: M_ASSIGN1
 Bit 16: M_ASSIGN2
 Bit 17: M_ASSIGN3
 Bit 18: M_ASSIGN4
 Bit 19: M_ASSIGN5
 Bit 20: M_ASSIGN6
 Bit 21: M_ASSIGN7
 Bit 22: M_ASSIGN8
 Bit 23: L_ASSIGN1
 Bit 24: L_ASSIGN2
 Bit 25: L_ASSIGN3
 Bit 26: L_ASSIGN4

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 Bit 27: L_ASSIGN5


 Bit 28: L_ASSIGN6
 Bit 29: L_ASSIGN7
 Bit 30: L_ASSIGN8
 Bit 31: reserved

1084: External Serial Report Map


Binary map of the standard headers that will be included in the External Serial report
 Bit 0: Report Map
 Bit 1: Model
 Bit 2: Software Version
 Bit 3: Message Type
 Bit 4: Date
 Bit 5: Time
 Bit 6: Cell ID
 Bit 7: MCC
 Bit 8: MNC
 Bit 9: LAC – Local Area Code
 Bit10: RX_LVL
 Bit11: Latitude
 Bit12: Longitude
 Bit13: Speed
 Bit14: Course/Heading
 Bit15: Satellite Count
 Bit16: GPS Fix Status
 Bit17: Input States
 Bit18: Output States
 Bit19: Length of Data
 Bit20: Data
 Bit21: Checksum
 Bit22: reserved
 Bit23: reserved

1086: Travel Event


This is a function that reports summarized driving information when the engine is turned off.
 0 = Disabled
 1 = Enabled

1087: Travel Report Map


Binary map of the standard headers that will be included in the Travel Report.
 Bit 0: Report Map
 Bit 1: Model
 Bit 2: Software Version
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 Bit 3: Message Type


 Bit 4: Date
 Bit 5: Time
 Bit 6: Travel Start Latitude
 Bit 7: Travel Start Longitude
 Bit 8: Travel End Latitude
 Bit 9: Travel End Longitude
 Bit10: Driver ID
 Bit11: Travel Distance
 Bit12: Driving Time meter in seconds for current trip
 Bit13: Time spent in Idle Mode for the entire trip in seconds (Ignition On to Ignition Off)
 Bit14: Number of Idle events during 1 trip (Ignition On to Ignition Off)
 Bit15: Time spent in Speed Mode in seconds
 Bit16: Number of times Speed Mode was entered from Drive Mode
 Bit17: Maximum Speed as calculated from GPS data
 Bit18: Average Speed as calculated from GPS data
 Bit19: Odometer as calculated from GPS data
 Bit20: Reserved
 Bit21: Reserved
 Bit22: Reserved
 Bit23: Reserved
 Bit24: Reserved
 Bit25: Reserved
 Bit26: Reserved
 Bit27: Reserved
 Bit28: Reserved
 Bit29: Reserved
 Bit30: Reserved
 Bit31: Reserved
 Bit32: Reserved
 Bit33: Reserved
 Bit34: Reserved
 Bit35: Reserved
 Bit36: Reserved
 Bit37: Reserved
 Bit38: Reserved
 Bit39: Reserved

11: Assign Headers – Status Report


The Status Assign Headers consist of 3 different data options that can be added to the end of the Status Reports:
 Small Assign:
o 2 Byte Data Field
o Each option is assigned an ID value from 00 to FF
 Medium Assign
o 4 Byte Data Field
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o Each option is assigned an ID value from 00 to FF


 Large Assign
o 8 Byte Data Field
o Each option is assigned an ID value from 00 to FF

1100 - 1114: Small Assign options 1 - 15


2-byte parameter to designate the ID from the Small Assign Table
 1100 = S_ASSIGN1
 …
 1114 = S_ASSIGN15

1140 - 1147: Medium Assign options 1 - 8


4-byte parameter to designate the ID from the Small Assign Table
 1140 = M_ASSIGN1
 …
 1147 = M_ASSIGN8

1160 - 1167: Large Assign options 1 - 8


8-byte parameter to designate the ID from the Large Assign Table
 1160 = L_ASSIGN1
 …
 1167 = L_ASSIGN8

12: Assign Headers – Alert Report


The Alert Assign Headers consist of 3 different data options that can be added to the end of the Alert Reports:
 Small Assign:
o 2 Byte Data Field
o Each option is assigned an ID value from 00 to FF
 Medium Assign
o 4 Byte Data Field
o Each option is assigned an ID value from 00 to FF
 Large Assign
o 8 Byte Data Field
o Each option is assigned an ID value from 00 to FF

1200 - 1214: Small Assign options 1-15 (ALT Report)


2-byte parameter to designate the ID from the Small Assign Table
 1200 = S_ASSIGN1
 …
 1214 = S_ASSIGN15

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1240 - 1247: Medium Assign options 1- 8 (ALT Report)


4-byte parameter to designate the ID from the Small Assign Table
 1240 = M_ASSIGN1
 …
 1247 = M_ASSIGN8

1260 - 1267: Large Assign options 1 - 8 (ALT Report)


8-byte parameter to designate the ID from the Large Assign Table
 1260 = L_ASSIGN1
 …
 1267 = L_ASSIGN8

13: Alert Config 1


2-byte Parameters that designate whether or not the Alert Report is enabled, and the value of the Alert ID that will
be sent when the Alert Report is generated.

1300: Ignition On (33)


This Alert ID is sent by the device when Ignition On is detected

Parameter Structure:
 1st Byte is the enable feature
o 00 = Disabled
o 01 = Enabled
 2nd Byte is the ID that will be generated for the report
o Option of Hex : 00 to FF (Decimal : 0-255)
 Example:
o 0x01 0x21
o Enabled with Alert ID decimal value of 33

1301: Ignition Off (34)


This Alert ID is sent by the device when Ignition Off is detected

Parameter Structure:
 1st Byte is the enable feature
o 00 = Disabled
o 01 = Enabled
 2nd Byte is the ID that will be generated for the report
o Option of Hex : 00 to FF (Decimal : 0-255)
 Example:
o 0x01 0x22
o Enabled with Alert ID decimal value of 34

1302: Enter Drive Mode (29)


This Alert ID is sent by the device when it has entered Drive Mode

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Parameter Structure:
 1st Byte is the enable feature
o 00 = Disabled
o 01 = Enabled
 2nd Byte is the ID that will be generated for the report
o Option of Hex : 00 to FF (Decimal : 0-255)

1304: Enter Park Mode (31)


This Alert ID is sent by the device when it has entered Park Mode

Parameter Structure:
 1st Byte is the enable feature
o 00 = Disabled
o 01 = Enabled
 nd
2 Byte is the ID that will be generated for the report
o Option of Hex : 00 to FF (Decimal : 0-255)

1306: Enter Idle Mode (68)


This Alert ID is sent by the device when it has entered Idle Mode

Parameter Structure:
 1st Byte is the enable feature
o 00 = Disabled
o 01 = Enabled
 2nd Byte is the ID that will be generated for the report
o Option of Hex : 00 to FF (Decimal : 0-255)

1308: Excess Idle (35)


This Alert ID is sent by the device when it has been in Idle Mode, and has exceeded the Excess Idle threshold

Parameter Structure:
 1st Byte is the enable feature
o 00 = Disabled
o 01 = Enabled
 nd
2 Byte is the ID that will be generated for the report
o Option of Hex : 00 to FF (Decimal : 0-255)

1311: Enter Speeding Mode (36)


This Alert ID is sent by the device when it has entered Speeding Mode 1

Parameter Structure:
 1st Byte is the enable feature
o 00 = Disabled
o 01 = Enabled
 2nd Byte is the ID that will be generated for the report
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o Option of Hex : 00 to FF (Decimal : 0-255)

1313: Over Speed (1)


This Alert ID is sent by the device when it has exceeded the Speed threshold

Parameter Structure:
 1st Byte is the enable feature
o 00 = Disabled
o 01 = Enabled
 2nd Byte is the ID that will be generated for the report
o Option of Hex : 00 to FF (Decimal : 0-255)

1314: Under Speed (2)


This Alert ID is sent by the device when it has gone below the Speed threshold

Parameter Structure:
 1st Byte is the enable feature
o 00 = Disabled
o 01 = Enabled
 nd
2 Byte is the ID that will be generated for the report
o Option of Hex : 00 to FF (Decimal : 0-255)

1321: Enter Towing Mode (58)


This Alert ID is sent by the device when it has entered Towing Mode

Parameter Structure:
 1st Byte is the enable feature
o 00 = Disabled
o 01 = Enabled
 2nd Byte is the ID that will be generated for the report
o Option of Hex : 00 to FF (Decimal : 0-255)

1325: Enter Sleep (9)


This Alert ID is sent before the device enters sleep mode.

Parameter Structure:
 1st Byte is the enable feature
o 00 = Disabled
o 01 = Enabled
 nd
2 Byte is the ID that will be generated for the report
o Option of Hex : 00 to FF (Decimal : 0-255)

The ALERT_MOD field in the Alert Report will denote which type of sleep the device is utilizing in the first Byte
 0x00 0x_ _ = Normal Sleep
 0x01 0x_ _ = Deep Sleep

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1326: Exit Sleep (10)


This Alert ID is sent by the device when it wakes up from sleep mode.

Parameter Structure:
 1st Byte is the enable feature
o 00 = Disabled
o 01 = Enabled
 2nd Byte is the ID that will be generated for the report
o Option of Hex : 00 to FF (Decimal : 0-255)

1328: Back-Up Battery Low (43)


This Alert ID is sent by the device right before it shuts down due to low back-up battery voltage.

Parameter Structure:
 1st Byte is the enable feature
o 00 = Disabled
o 01 = Enabled
 nd
2 Byte is the ID that will be generated for the report
o Option of Hex : 00 to FF (Decimal : 0-255)

1329: Power Up (99)


This Alert ID is sent by the when the device powers up from no battery or main power connection.

Parameter Structure:
 1st Byte is the enable feature
o 00 = Disabled
o 01 = Enabled
 2nd Byte is the ID that will be generated for the report
o Option of Hex : 00 to FF (Decimal : 0-255)

1330: Main Power Connected (40)


This Alert ID is sent by the device when it is connected to main Power.

Parameter Structure:
 1st Byte is the enable feature
o 00 = Disabled
o 01 = Enabled
 nd
2 Byte is the ID that will be generated for the report
o Option of Hex : 00 to FF (Decimal : 0-255)

1331: Main Power Disconnected (41)


This Alert ID is sent by the device is disconnected from Main power.

Note this Alert ID is only sent by devices that support a back-up battery, that is currently connected to the device.
Without the back-up battery, the device will not be able to generate and send this Alert Report.

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Parameter Structure:
 1st Byte is the enable feature
o 00 = Disabled
o 01 = Enabled
 2nd Byte is the ID that will be generated for the report
o Option of Hex : 00 to FF (Decimal : 0-255)

1332: Connected to Back-up Battery (44)


This Alert ID is sent by the device when the back-up battery is connected.

Parameter Structure:
 1st Byte is the enable feature
o 00 = Disabled
o 01 = Enabled
 nd
2 Byte is the ID that will be generated for the report
o Option of Hex : 00 to FF (Decimal : 0-255)

1333: Disconnected from Back-Up Battery (45)


This Alert ID is sent by the device when the back-up battery is disconnected.

Note the device must be connected to main power in order for this Alert Report to be sent. Without connection to
main power, the device will not be able to generate and send this report.
Parameter Structure:
 1st Byte is the enable feature
o 00 = Disabled
o 01 = Enabled
 2nd Byte is the ID that will be generated for the report
o Option of Hex : 00 to FF (Decimal : 0-255)

1334: Battery Error (13)


Parameter Structure:
 1st Byte is the enable feature
o 00 = Disabled
o 01 = Enabled
 nd
2 Byte is the ID that will be generated for the report
o Option of Hex : 00 to FF (Decimal : 0-255)

1335: Battery Low (14)


Parameter Structure:
 1st Byte is the enable feature
o 00 = Disabled
o 01 = Enabled
 nd
2 Byte is the ID that will be generated for the report
o Option of Hex : 00 to FF (Decimal : 0-255)

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1336: GPS Antenna Disconnected (3)


Parameter Structure:
 1st Byte is the enable feature
o 00 = Disabled
o 01 = Enabled
 2nd Byte is the ID that will be generated for the report
o Option of Hex : 00 to FF (Decimal : 0-255)

1337: GPS Antenna Connected (4)


Parameter Structure:
 1st Byte is the enable feature
o 00 = Disabled
o 01 = Enabled
 2nd Byte is the ID that will be generated for the report
o Option of Hex : 00 to FF (Decimal : 0-255)

1338: GPS Antenna Shorted (8)


Parameter Structure:
 1st Byte is the enable feature
o 00 = Disabled
o 01 = Enabled
 nd
2 Byte is the ID that will be generated for the report
o Option of Hex : 00 to FF (Decimal : 0-255)

1339: Sim Card Removed (72)


Parameter Structure:
 1st Byte is the enable feature
o 00 = Disabled
o 01 = Enabled
 nd
2 Byte is the ID that will be generated for the report
o Option of Hex : 00 to FF (Decimal : 0-255)

1350: Shocked (15)


Accident detected while in park mode
Parameter Structure:
 1st Byte is the enable feature
o 00 = Disabled
o 01 = Enabled
 2nd Byte is the ID that will be generated for the report
o Option of Hex : 00 to FF (Decimal : 0-255)

1351: Collision has occurred to vehicle (16)


Accident detected while in Drive, Speed, or Idle Mode (Ignition On)
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Parameter Structure:
 1st Byte is the enable feature
o 00 = Disabled
o 01 = Enabled
 2nd Byte is the ID that will be generated for the report
o Option of Hex : 00 to FF (Decimal : 0-255)

1354: Alert of Fast Acceleration: Driver Pattern (46)


Parameter Structure:
 1st Byte is the enable feature
o 00 = Disabled
o 01 = Enabled
 2nd Byte is the ID that will be generated for the report
o Option of Hex : 00 to FF (Decimal : 0-255)

1355: Alert of Harsh Brake: Driver Pattern (47)


Parameter Structure:
 1st Byte is the enable feature
o 00 = Disabled
o 01 = Enabled
 nd
2 Byte is the ID that will be generated for the report
o Option of Hex : 00 to FF (Decimal : 0-255)

1356: Sharp turn left alert: Driver Pattern (48)


Parameter Structure:
 1st Byte is the enable feature
o 00 = Disabled
o 01 = Enabled
 nd
2 Byte is the ID that will be generated for the report
o Option of Hex : 00 to FF (Decimal : 0-255)

1357: Sharp turn right alert: Driver Pattern (49)


Parameter Structure:
 1st Byte is the enable feature
o 00 = Disabled
o 01 = Enabled
 2nd Byte is the ID that will be generated for the report
o Option of Hex : 00 to FF (Decimal : 0-255)

1365: Vehicle Exit Circular Geo-Fence (5)


Parameter Structure:
 1st Byte is the enable feature
o 00 = Disabled
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o 01 = Enabled
 nd
2 Byte is the ID that will be generated for the report
o Option of Hex : 00 to FF (Decimal : 0-255)

1366: Vehicle Enter Circular Geo-Fence (6)


Parameter Structure:
 1st Byte is the enable feature
o 00 = Disabled
o 01 = Enabled
 2nd Byte is the ID that will be generated for the report
o Option of Hex : 00 to FF (Decimal : 0-255)

1367: Vehicle Exit Poly Geo-Fence(74)


Parameter Structure:
 1st Byte is the enable feature
o 00 = Disabled
o 01 = Enabled
 2nd Byte is the ID that will be generated for the report
o Option of Hex : 00 to FF (Decimal : 0-255)

1368: Vehicle Enter Poly Geo-Fence(79)


Parameter Structure:
 1st Byte is the enable feature
o 00 = Disabled
o 01 = Enabled
 nd
2 Byte is the ID that will be generated for the report
o Option of Hex : 00 to FF (Decimal : 0-255)

1371: Alert Input goes to Open status (11)


Parameter Structure:
 1st Byte is the enable feature
o 00 = Disabled
o 01 = Enabled
 nd
2 Byte is the ID that will be generated for the report
o Option of Hex : 00 to FF (Decimal : 0-255)

1372 : Alert Input goes to Ground (12)


Parameter Structure:
 1st Byte is the enable feature
o 00 = Disabled
o 01 = Enabled
 nd
2 Byte is the ID that will be generated for the report
o Option of Hex : 00 to FF (Decimal : 0-255)

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14: Alert Config 2


2-byte Parameters that designate whether or not the Alert Report is enabled, and the value of the Alert ID that will
be sent when the Alert Report is generated.

1400: Temp High (75)


This Alert ID is sent by the device when the 1-Wire Temperature probe detects that the temperature has exceeded
the defined High threshold for the specified Temperature Probe.

Parameter Structure:
 1st Byte is the enable feature
o 00 = Disabled
o 01 = Enabled
 nd
2 Byte is the ID that will be generated for the report
o Option of Hex : 00 to FF (Decimal : 0-255)

The ALERT_MOD field in the Alert Report will denote which temperature probe has triggered the Temp High Alert
Report utilizing in the first Byte
 Zip Report Type
o 0x01 0x_ _ = Temp Probe 1
o 0x02 0x_ _ = Temp Probe 2
o …
o 0x08 0x_ _ = Temp Probe 8
 Normal Report Type
o 1 = Temp Probe 1
o 2 = Temp Probe 2
o …
o 8 = Temp Probe 8

1401: Temp Low (76)


This Alert ID is sent by the device when the 1-Wire Temperature probe detects that the temperature has gone
below the defined Low threshold for the specified Temperature Probe.

Parameter Structure:
 1st Byte is the enable feature
o 00 = Disabled
o 01 = Enabled
 nd
2 Byte is the ID that will be generated for the report
o Option of Hex : 00 to FF (Decimal : 0-255)

The ALERT_MOD field in the Alert Report will denote which temperature probe has triggered the Temp Low Alert
Report utilizing in the first Byte
 Zip Report Type
o 0x01 0x_ _ = Temp Probe 1
o 0x02 0x_ _ = Temp Probe 2
o …
o 0x08 0x_ _ = Temp Probe 8

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 Normal Report Type


o 1 = Temp Probe 1
o 2 = Temp Probe 2
o …
o 8 = Temp Probe 8

1402: Temp Return (77)


This Alert ID is sent by the device when the 1-Wire Temperature probe detects that the temperature has returned
to a temperature that is between the defined Low and High threshold for the specified Temperature Probe.

Parameter Structure:
 1st Byte is the enable feature
o 00 = Disabled
o 01 = Enabled
 nd
2 Byte is the ID that will be generated for the report
o Option of Hex : 00 to FF (Decimal : 0-255)

The ALERT_MOD field in the Alert Report will denote which temperature probe has triggered the Temp Return
Alert Report utilizing in the first Byte
 Zip Report Type
o 0x01 0x_ _ = Temp Probe 1
o 0x02 0x_ _ = Temp Probe 2
o …
o 0x08 0x_ _ = Temp Probe 8
 Normal Report Type
o 1 = Temp Probe 1
o 2 = Temp Probe 2
o …
o 8 = Temp Probe 8

1403: iButton inserted/read (59)


This Alert ID is sent by the device when the 1-Wire iButton Reader detects that an iButton key has been placed on
the reader.

Parameter Structure:
 1st Byte is the enable feature
o 00 = Disabled
o 01 = Enabled
 nd
2 Byte is the ID that will be generated for the report
o Option of Hex : 00 to FF (Decimal : 0-255)

The ALERT_MOD field in the Zip Type Alert Report will denote the length of the ALERT_DATA field.
 Zip Report Type
o 0x00 0x08
 Byte 1
 0 = ID is not contained in the registered list of 100 possible saved IDs
 1 = ID is contained in the registered list of 100 possible saved IDs
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 Byte 2 = length of the ALERT_DATA field


 Normal Report Type
o 0 = ID is not contained in the registered list of 100 possible saved IDs
o 1 = ID is contained in the registered list of 100 possible saved IDs

The ALERT_DATA field will contain the ID of the iButton key that has been read by the device

1405: RFID Tag Detection (93)


This alert ID is sent by the device when the RFID tag reader is detected by the reader.

16: Mode Configuration and Profile Settings

Mode Config Tab


The Mode Configuration parameters control the different modes that will be utilized on the device. These modes
are built in to cover the standard functions, and can be configured and customized by the following parameters.

1600: Drive Mode Profile/Enable


This parameter is used to select the Profile that will be assigned to Drive Mode.
 0 = Mode is Disabled
 X = Reporting Profile that is assigned to Drive Mode

1601: Drive Mode Entry Delay


Range: 0 – 255
Units: Seconds

Delay in entering Drive mode from an Ignition On Alert.

1605: Park Mode Profile/Enable


This parameter is used to select the Profile that will be assigned to Park Mode.
 0 = Disabled
 X = Reporting Profile that is assigned to Park Mode

1606: Park Mode Entry Delay


Range: 0 – 255
Units: Seconds

Delay in entering Park mode from an Ignition Off Alert.

1610: Idle Mode Profile/Enable


This parameter is used to select the Profile that will be assigned to Idle Mode.
 0 = Disabled
 X = Reporting Profile that is assigned to Idle Mode

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1611: Idle Entry – GPS No Move Delay


Range: 0 – 255
Units: Seconds

This delay is to configure the amount of time that the GPS must detect no movement before Idle mode can be
entered.
 0 = Disabled
o This means Idle is disabled, or the device will only look at accelerometer movement
 X = Seconds GPS must detect no movement before Idle mode condition is met

1612: Idle Entry – Acc. No Move Delay


Range: 0 – 255
Units: Seconds

This delay is to configure the amount of time that the Accelerometer must detect no movement before Idle mode
can be entered.
 0 = Disabled
o This means Idle is disabled, or the device will only look at GPS movement
 X = Seconds Accelerometer must detect no movement before Idle mode condition is met

1613: Idle Exit – GPS Move Delay


Range: 0 – 255
Units: Seconds

This delay is to configure the amount of time that the GPS must detect movement before Idle mode can be exited.
 0 = Disabled
o This means Idle is disabled, or the device will only look at accelerometer movement
 X = Seconds GPS must detect movement before the device will exit Idle mode

1614: Idle Exit – Acc. Move Delay


Range: 0 – 255
Units: Seconds

This delay is to configure the amount of time that the Accelerometer must detect movement before Idle mode can
be exited.
 0 = Disabled
o This means Idle is disabled, or the device will only look at GPS movement
 X = Seconds Accelerometer must detect movement before Idle mode condition is met

1615: Excess Idle Threshold 1


Range: 0 - 86400
Units: Seconds

Amount of time in Idle mode before the device sends and Excess Idle Mode Alert

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1616: Excess Idle Threshold 2


Range: 0 - 86400
Units: Seconds

Amount of time in Idle mode before the device sends and Excess Idle Mode Alert

1617: Excess Idle Threshold 3


Range: 0 - 86400
Units: Seconds

Amount of time in Idle mode before the device sends and Excess Idle Mode Alert

1620: Speeding Mode Profile/Enable


This parameter is used to select the Profile that will be assigned to Speeding Mode.
 0 = Disabled
 X = Reporting Profile that is assigned to Speeding Mode

1621: Speed Threshold


Range: 0-300
Units: km/h

Monitors the speed of the vehicle for 2 functions:


1. If the Speeding Alert report is enabled, the device will send an alert report if the speed goes above/below
the value in this parameter for the time defined in Above Alert Delay
2. If Speeding Mode is enabled, the device will look at the delay conditions and potentially enter/exit
Speeding Mode
The settings for this parameter are as follows:
 0 = Disabled
 X = Speed in km/h that the device monitors

1622: Speed Mode Entry Delay


Range: 0 – 255
Units: Seconds

This delay is used to configure the amount of time that the GPS Speed must be above the Speed Threshold before
the device will enter Speeding Mode.
 0 = Disabled
 X = Seconds GPS Speed must be above the Speed Threshold before Speeding Mode condition is met

1623: Speed Mode Exit Delay


Range: 0 – 255
Units: Seconds

This delay is used to configure the amount of time that the GPS Speed must be below the Speed Threshold before
the device will exit Speeding Mode.

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 0 = Disabled
 X = Seconds GPS Speed must be below the Speed Threshold before Speeding Mode is exited

1624: Speed Above Alert Delay


Range: 0 – 255
Units: Seconds

This delay is used to configure the amount of time that the GPS Speed must be above the Speed Threshold before
the device will send the Alert ID Over Speed.
 0 = Disabled
 X = Seconds GPS Speed must be above the Speed Threshold before Above Speed Alert

1625: Speed Below Alert Delay


Range: 0 – 255
Units: Seconds

This delay is used to configure the amount of time that the GPS Speed must be below the Speed Threshold before
the device will send the Alert ID Below Speed.
 0 = Disabled
 X = Seconds GPS Speed must be below the Speed Threshold before Below Speed Alert

1636: Towing Mode Profile/Enable


This parameter is used to select the Profile that will be assigned to Towing Mode.
 0 = Disabled
 X = Reporting Profile that is assigned to Towing Mode

Profile Setting Tab


This section will cover the Reporting Profile Settings that can be assigned to each Mode

1670: Profile 1 Time


Range: 0, 5 – 86,400 (24 hour maximum)
Units: Seconds

Time Interval for which the device will send Status Reports in Profile 1.
 0 = Disabled
 X = Timer value that the device will “OR” condition with the Distance and Heading/Angle Change values in
Profile 1

1671: Profile 1 Distance


Range: 0, 50 – 65,535
Units: meters

Distance Interval for which the device will send Status Reports in Profile 1.
 0 = Disabled

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 X = Distance value that the device will “OR” condition with the Time and Heading/Angle Change values in
Profile 1

1672: Profile 1 Heading/Angle


Range: 0, 10 – 179
Units: degrees

Heading/Angle Change value for which the device will send Status Reports in Profile 1.
 0 = Disabled
 X = Heading/Angle change value that the device will “OR” condition with the Time and Distance values in
Profile 1

1673: Profile 2 Time


Range: 0, 5 – 86,400 (24 hour maximum)
Units: Seconds

Time Interval for which the device will send Status Reports in Profile 2.
 0 = Disabled
 X = Timer value that the device will “OR” condition with the Distance and Heading/Angle Change values in
Profile 2

1674: Profile 2 Distance


Range: 0, 50 – 65,535
Units: meters

Distance Interval for which the device will send Status Reports in Profile 2.
 0 = Disabled
 X = Distance value that the device will “OR” condition with the Time and Heading/Angle Change values in
Profile 2

1675: Profile 2 Heading/Angle


Range: 0, 10 – 179
Units: degrees

Heading/Angle Change value for which the device will send Status Reports in Profile 2.
 0 = Disabled
 X = Heading/Angle change value that the device will “OR” condition with the Time and Distance values in
Profile 2

1676: Profile 3 Time


Range: 0, 5 – 86,400 (24 hour maximum)
Units: Seconds

Time Interval for which the device will send Status Reports in Profile 3.
 0 = Disabled
 X = Timer value that the device will “OR” condition with the Distance and Heading/Angle Change values in
Profile 3

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1677: Profile 3 Distance


Range: 0, 50 – 65,535
Units: meters

Distance Interval for which the device will send Status Reports in Profile 3.
 0 = Disabled
 X = Distance value that the device will “OR” condition with the Time and Heading/Angle Change values in
Profile 3

1678: Profile 3 Heading/Angle


Range: 0, 10 – 179
Units: degrees

Heading/Angle Change value for which the device will send Status Reports in Profile 3.
 0 = Disabled
 X = Heading/Angle change value that the device will “OR” condition with the Time and Distance values in
Profile 3

1679: Profile 4 Time


Range: 0, 5 – 86,400 (24 hour maximum)
Units: Seconds

Time Interval for which the device will send Status Reports in Profile 4.
 0 = Disabled
 X = Timer value that the device will “OR” condition with the Distance and Heading/Angle Change values in
Profile 4

1680: Profile 4 Distance


Range: 0, 50– 65,535
Units: meters

Distance Interval for which the device will send Status Reports in Profile 4.
 0 = Disabled
 X = Distance value that the device will “OR” condition with the Time and Heading/Angle Change values in
Profile 4

1681: Profile 4 Heading/Angle


Range: 0, 10 – 179
Units: degrees

Heading/Angle Change value for which the device will send Status Reports in Profile 4.
 0 = Disabled
 X = Heading/Angle change value that the device will “OR” condition with the Time and Distance values in
Profile 4

1682: Profile 5 Time


Range: 0, 5 – 86,400 (24 hour maximum)
Units: Seconds

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Time Interval for which the device will send Status Reports in Profile 5.
 0 = Disabled
 X = Timer value that the device will “OR” condition with the Distance and Heading/Angle Change values in
Profile 5

1683: Profile 5 Distance


Range: 0, 50 – 65,535
Units: meters

Distance Interval for which the device will send Status Reports in Profile 5.
 0 = Disabled
 X = Distance value that the device will “OR” condition with the Time and Heading/Angle Change values in
Profile 5

1684: Profile 5 Heading/Angle


Range: 0, 10 – 179
Units: degrees

Heading/Angle Change value for which the device will send Status Reports in Profile 5.
 0 = Disabled
 X = Heading/Angle change value that the device will “OR” condition with the Time and Distance values in
Profile 5

1685: Profile 6 Time


Range: 0, 5 – 86,400 (24 hour maximum)
Units: Seconds

Time Interval for which the device will send Status Reports in Profile 6.
 0 = Disabled
 X = Timer value that the device will “OR” condition with the Distance and Heading/Angle Change values in
Profile 6

1686: Profile 6 Distance


Range: 0, 50 – 65,535
Units: meters

Distance Interval for which the device will send Status Reports in Profile 6.
 0 = Disabled
 X = Distance value that the device will “OR” condition with the Time and Heading/Angle Change values in
Profile 6

1687: Profile 6 Heading/Angle


Range: 0, 10 – 179
Units: degrees

Heading/Angle Change value for which the device will send Status Reports in Profile 6.
 0 = Disabled
 X = Heading/Angle change value that the device will “OR” condition with the Time and Distance values in
Profile 6

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17: Ignition / Inputs / Outputs

Ignition
This section will cover the parameters that can be found in the “Ignition” tab of SyncTrak. The Ignition parameters
are used to configure how the device will determine the Ignition ON and OFF states.

1700: Ignition
Determines which type of Ignition detection to use.
 1 = Use Ignition Line
 2 = Virtual Ignition - Power
o Determines Ignition based on change in the vehicle voltage (this is a result of the alternator
raising the battery voltage when the vehicle is on)
 3 = Virtual Ignition - Motion
o Determines ignition based on Motion/Accelerometer
o Selecting this option disables the Idle and Tow Modes

1701: Ignition Off Delay


Range: 0 – 255
Units: Seconds

This parameter contains the time required for the Ignition input to be ‘Off’ before the device will recognize the
Ignition Off state, and send out the Alert ID for Ignition Off.

1702: Ignition On Delay


Range: 0 – 255
Units: Seconds

This parameter contains the time required for the Ignition input to be ‘On’ before the device will recognize the
Ignition On state, and send out the Alert ID for Ignition On

1705: VI-M: Ignition On Threshold


Range: 3 – 30
Units: 1/255G

When using Virtual Ignition Motion, this setting is the motion threshold used to determine Ignition On.

1706: VI-M: Ignition On Delay


Range: 3 – 999
Units: Seconds

When using Virtual Ignition Motion, this setting is the delay time for Motion Ignition On.

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1707: VI-M: Ignition On Percent


Range: 30 – 100
Units: %

When using Virtual Ignition Motion, this setting is the percentage of time that Motion must be detected during the
VI-M Ignition On Delay.

1708: VI-M: Ignition Off Threshold


Range: 3 – 30
Units: 1/255G

When using Virtual Ignition Motion, this setting is the motion threshold used to determine Ignition Off.

1709: VI-M: Ignition Off Delay


Range: 3 – 999
Units: Seconds

When using Virtual Ignition Motion, this setting is the delay time for Motion Ignition Off.

1710: VI-M: Ignition Off Percent


Range: 30 – 100
Units: %

When using Virtual Ignition Motion, this setting is the percentage of time that No Motion must be detected during
the VI-M Ignition Off Delay.

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1715: VI-V: Ignition High (V)


Range: 0 – 30
Units: Volts DC
 0 = Device check parking and driving automatically
When using Virtual Ignition Power, this setting determines the Ignition On threshold voltage. Once the vehicle
voltage rises above this level, the device will recognize this as Ignition On.

1716: VI-V: Ignition Low (V)


Range: 0 – 30
Units: Volts DC
 0 = Device check parking and driving automatically

When using Virtual Ignition Power, this setting determines the Ignition Off threshold voltage. Once the vehicle
voltage drops below this level, the device will recognize this as Ignition Off.

Inputs
This section will cover the parameters that can be found in the “Inputs” tab of SyncTrak. The Input parameters are
used to configure how the device will interact with devices connected to the available inputs.

Input Options Table:


Input Voltage range of 0-30VDC

0 = Falling Edge
 Sends an Event report when the Input goes from High to Low
 Low threshold of 0.56VDC
1 = Rising Edge
 Sends an Event report when the Input goes from Low to High
 High threshold of 1.96VDC
2 = Both Edge (Falling & Rising)
 Both Falling and Rising Edge reports

1720: Input 1 Type


Select Input Type

1721: Input 1 Chat


Range: 0 - 9999
Units: 100ms

This parameter defines the length of time that the input transition must be held in order for a report to be sent. This
prevents reports from being sent by noise on the input line, and looks only for the signal transitions.
 0 = Disabled
 X = X * 100ms

1722: Input 2 Type


Select Input Type

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1723: Input 2 Chat


Range: 0 - 9999
Units: 100ms

This parameter defines the length of time that the input transition must be held in order for a report to be sent. This
prevents reports from being sent by noise on the input line, and looks only for the signal transitions.
 0 = Disabled
 X = X * 100ms

1724: Input 3 Type


Select Input Type

1725: Input 3 Chat


Range: 0 - 9999
Units: 100ms

This parameter defines the length of time that the input transition must be held in order for a report to be sent. This
prevents reports from being sent by noise on the input line, and looks only for the signal transitions.
 0 = Disabled
 X = X * 100ms

1726: Input 4 Type


Select Input Type

1727: Input 4 Chat


Range: 0 - 9999
Units: 100ms

This parameter defines the length of time that the input transition must be held in order for a report to be sent. This
prevents reports from being sent by noise on the input line, and looks only for the signal transitions.
 0 = Disabled
 X = X * 100ms

Outputs
This section will cover the parameters that can be found in the “Outputs” tab of SyncTrak. The Output parameters
are used to configure how the device will interact with devices connected to the available outputs.

Output Types:
0 = GPIO
1 = Immobilizer
2 = Immobilizer Auto
 Auto Active means that immobilizer is activated automatically when the vehicle starts being parked.
3 = Pulse
4 = reserved
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5 = Buzzer

** In case of pulse, pulse time may have tolerance about dozens of ms.
** Immobilizer, LED Blink line and Buzzer type cannot set both OUT1 and OUT2 simultaneously.

1760: Output 1 Type


Selectable Output Type

1761: Output 1 Active


When the output is activated, this parameter controls whether the line is left Open or Grounded
 0 = Open when output is activated
 1 = Ground when output is activated

1762: Output 2 Type


Selectable Output Type

1763: Output 2 Active


When the output is activated, this parameter controls whether the line is left Open or Grounded
 0 = Open when output is activated
 1 = Ground when output is activated

1764: Output 3 Type


Selectable Output Type

1765: Output 3 Active


When the output is activated, this parameter controls whether the line is left Open or Grounded
 0 = Open when output is activated
 1 = Ground when output is activated

1775: Pulse 1 Number


The number of Pulses for the output when it is set to Pulse 1

1776: Pulse 1 On
Range: 0 – 9999
Units: 100ms

The length of the On or High Pulse for the output when Pulse 1 is selected

1777: Pulse 1 Off


Range: 0 – 9999
Units: 100ms

The length of the Off or Low Pulse for the output when Pulse 1 is selected

1780: Pulse 2 Number


The number of Pulses for the output when it is set to Pulse 2

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1781: Pulse 2 On
Range: 0 – 9999
Units: 100ms

The length of the On or High Pulse for the output when Pulse 2 is selected

1782: Pulse 2 Off


Range: 0 – 9999
Units: 100ms

The length of the Off or Low Pulse for the output when Pulse 2 is selected

18: Registered 1-Wire Driver IDs


Contain the registered Driver IDs that are stored on the device.

1800-1899: Driver ID 1-100


Once the Driver ID function has been enabled for the 1-Wire line, then the device will check these parameters
when an ID is scanned to see if the scanned ID is registered on the pre-defined list. A total of 100 IDs can be
stored locally on the device.

If there is no Driver ID in the parameter when requested it will respond with “NoData”

To erase an existing ID field, the value “0000000000000000”

Driver ID Parameters.
 1800 = Driver ID 1
 …
 1899 = Driver ID 100

Driver ID No.
The complete HEX value of the Driver ID
 [CRC] [ID Number] [Family Code]
 [FE] [000012B9FB8B] [01]
 Input as: FE000012B9FB8B01

19: Accelerometer / Power / RS232 / 1 Wire


This section will cover the parameters that can be found in the “Accelerometer” tab of SyncTrak.

Accelerometer Tab

1900: Motion Sensor


This parameter controls the enable for the Motion Sensor

Bit Map:
 Bit 0 = Motion
o 0 = Disabled
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o 1 = Enabled
 Bit 1 = Shock
o 0 = Disabled
o 1 = Enabled
 Bit 2 = Collision
o 0 = Disabled
o 1 = Enabled
 Bit 3-7 = reserved

1901: Motion Threshold


Range: 0.06 - 2.0.
Units: G’s (Gravity)

Detection level of motion violation:

Recommend: 0.06.

1902: Shock Detection Delay


Range: 1 - 21600
Units: Seconds

Delay in entering shock detection mode after ignition off:


0 – Disable.

Recommend: 600 (10 min).

1903: Shock Threshold


Range: 0.06 - 2.0
Units: G’s (Gravity)

Detection level of shock violation. This Parameter must be equal or greater than Motion Threshold:

Recommend: 0.1.

1904: Collision Threshold


Range: 0.1 - 2.0
Units: G’s (Gravity)

Gravity for collision report. This Parameter must be equal or greater than Shock Threshold:

Recommend : 0.7

1910: Driver Pattern Function


This parameter controls whether or not the Driver Pattern Behavior functions are enabled on the device.
 0 = Disable
 1 = Enable
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1911: DP – Base Speed


Range:
Units: km/h

Base speed limitation value


Device will be checking Driver Pattern Data when the current speed is over this value.

1912: DP – Fast Accel


Range: 1-512
Units: 1/256G

Fast acceleration violation value


This value is based on the difference value of speed during 1 second.

1913: DP – Harsh Brake


Range: 1-512
Units: 1/256G

Harsh brake violation value

1914: DP – Sharp Turn


Range: 1-512
Units: 1/256G

Sharp turn violation value

Power Tab
This section will cover the parameters that can be found in the “Power” tab of SyncTrak.

1930: Power Down Type


Power saving type
 0 = Disabled
o Sleep and deep sleep service are disabled, so the device will leave GPS and Cell on all the time
 1 = Enable deep sleep
o GPS and Cell are both turned off during sleep
 2 = Enable sleep.
o Only GPS is turned off during sleep

1931: Main Power Check


Checking Main Power Disconnection
 0 = Disabled
 1 = Enabled
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1932: Battery Error Check


Backup Battery Error Check
 0 = Disabled
 1 = Enabled

1933: Decide Vehicle Battery 12V or 24V


Range:
Units: Volts DC

Voltage value to check if the vehicle’s battery is 12V or 24V. If this parameter is set to 18V, then any voltage below
18V will be considered 12V battery and anything above 18V will be considered 24V battery.

This will then use the appropriate Shutdown Threshold Voltage to monitor when to put the device into deep sleep
mode to prevent draining the vehicle battery.

1934: Shutdown Threshold 12V Vehicle Battery


Range:
Units: Volts DC

Voltage value to protect vehicle battery in case of 12V vehicle, the device stops operation if car battery voltage gets
lower than this value. Monitors the input voltage to the device, and powers the device down if the supplied voltage
drops below this set value.

1935: Shutdown Threshold 24V Vehicle Battery


Range:
Units: Volts DC

Voltage value to protect vehicle battery in case of 24V vehicle, the device stops operation if car battery voltage gets
lower than this value. Monitors the input voltage to the device, and powers the device down if the supplied voltage
drops below this set value.

1936: Use Low Battery Shutdown


Enables protective shut down of the device if the back-up battery falls below a specified voltage
 0 = Doesn’t power off the device
 1 = Power off the device when vehicle battery is disconnected and Backup battery voltage is low

1937: Low Battery Shutdown Threshold


Range: 3.4 – 3.8
Units: Volts DC

Threshold of backup battery voltage for power off.

1938: Low Battery Alert Threshold


Range: 3.5 – 3.8
Units: Volts DC
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Threshold of backup battery voltage for the Alert.

Serial RS232 Tab


This section will cover the parameters that can be found in the “Serial RS232” tab of SyncTrak.

1950: RS232 Device


This parameter assigns the accessory that will be connected to the RS232 port.
 0 = None
 1 = RFID Reader
o Setting: Setting the RS232 line to RFID Reader will change the RS232 port to look for the RFID
format
o Functionality: When a supported RFID reader is connected to the RS232 line, the device will send
an Alert when an ID is read. The Alert Report will contain the ID in the ALERT_DATA field.

1951: Baud Rate


This setting selects the baud rate to be used on the RS232 port of the device. The baud rate options are shown
below:
 0 = No use
 1 = 4800bps
 2 = 9600bps
 3 = 19200bps
 4 = 38400bps
 5 = 115200bps
 6 = 2400bps

1-Wire Settings Tab

1970: 1-Wire Selection


Select which function the 1 wire will be used for:
 0 = Disabled
o Setting: The 1-Wire line is disabled on the device
 1 = Driver ID
o Setting: When the Driver ID function is selected for the 1-Wire line, the device will be set to have
the supported DS9092+ iButton reader connected to the 1-Wire line.
o Functionality: When an iButton is placed on the reader, the device will read the ID and send an
Alert Report to the platform. The Alert Report will contain the ID in the ALERT_DATA field, but
you can also assign the DID header to one of the Large Assign fields to have the DID reported with
each report
 2 = Temperature Sensors
o Setting: When the Temperature Sensor function is selected for the 1-Wire line, the device will be
set to have the supported DS28EA00 temperature sensors connected to the 1-Wire line. A total of
8 of these temperature sensors can be chained together and connected to the device.
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o Functionality: When 1-Wire Selection Parameter has been set to Temperature Sensors, the
device will look at the Parameters Threshold for Temp High and Temp Low to send Alerts for each
temp prove for Temp High, Temp Return, and Temp Low.

1980: Temp 1 High Threshold


Range: -55 to +125
Units: Degrees Celsius
Default: 100

High temperature threshold in which the device will send an Alert

1981: Temp 1 Low Threshold


Range: -55 to +125
Units: Degrees Celsius
Default: -50

Low temperature threshold in which the device will send an Alert

1982: Temp 2 High Threshold


Range: -55 to +125
Units: Degrees Celsius
Default: 100

High temperature threshold in which the device will send an Alert

1983: Temp 2 Low Threshold


Range: -55 to +125
Units: Degrees Celsius
Default: -50

Low temperature threshold in which the device will send an Alert

1984: Temp 3 High Threshold


Range: -55 to +125
Units: Degrees Celsius
Default: 100

High temperature threshold in which the device will send an Alert

1985: Temp 3 Low Threshold


Range: -55 to +125
Units: Degrees Celsius
Default: -50

Low temperature threshold in which the device will send an Alert

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1986: Temp 4 High Threshold


Range: -55 to +125
Units: Degrees Celsius
Default: 100

High temperature threshold in which the device will send an Alert

1987: Temp 4 Low Threshold


Range: -55 to +125
Units: Degrees Celsius
Default: -50

Low temperature threshold in which the device will send an Alert

1988: Temp 5 High Threshold


Range: -55 to +125
Units: Degrees Celsius
Default: 100

High temperature threshold in which the device will send an Alert

1989: Temp 5 Low Threshold


Range: -55 to +125
Units: Degrees Celsius
Default: -50

Low temperature threshold in which the device will send an Alert

1990: Temp 6 High Threshold


Range: -55 to +125
Units: Degrees Celsius
Default: 100

High temperature threshold in which the device will send an Alert

1991: Temp 6 Low Threshold


Range: -55 to +125
Units: Degrees Celsius
Default: -50

Low temperature threshold in which the device will send an Alert

1992: Temp 7 High Threshold


Range: -55 to +125
Units: Degrees Celsius
Default: 100

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High temperature threshold in which the device will send an Alert

1993: Temp 7 Low Threshold


Range: -55 to +125
Units: Degrees Celsius
Default: -50

Low temperature threshold in which the device will send an Alert

1994: Temp 8 High Threshold


Range: -55 to +125
Units: Degrees Celsius
Default: 100

High temperature threshold in which the device will send an Alert

1995: Temp 8 Low Threshold


Range: -55 to +125
Units: Degrees Celsius
Default: -50

Low temperature threshold in which the device will send an Alert

50: Geofence
The points of the Poly Geofence must be defined in either clockwise or counter clockwise order. The zone will be
constructed by connecting each of the point defined in the list of parameters below in order from 00 through 99.

5025 - 5279: Circular Geo-Zone Point 1 - 255


Point Parameters:
 5025 = Circular Geo-Zone Point 1
 …
 5279 = Circular Geo-Zone Point 255

5025: Circular Geo-Zone Point 1


 Latitude: +37.479323
 Longitude: +126.887827
 Distance: 00A5
o Radius is meters for Circular Geo-Zone
 In Alert: 01
Determines whether or not an Alert ID Report will be generated when the device enters the defined
Circular Zone
o 00 = Disabled
o 01 = Enabled
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 Out Alert: 01
Determines whether or not an Alert ID Report will be generated when the device exits the defined
Circular Zone
o 00 = Disabled
o 01 = Enabled
 Example Parameter Hex Value:
o 02B3E39B0790279300A50101

5300 - 5329: Poly Geofence Zone 1-30 Settings


Defined settings for each of the 30 available Polygon Geofence Zones

5300: Poly Geofence Zone 1 Example

 Poly Geofence position counter


The number of geofence points you set
o 00, 3~ 100 (03 ~ 64 Hex)
o 0 : Not sused
o 3 : Minimum
o 100 : Maximum
o
 In Alert: 01
Determines whether or not an Alert ID Report will be generated when the device enters the defined
Route
o 00 = Disabled
o 01 = Enabled
 Out Alert: 01
Determines whether or not an Alert ID Report will be generated when the device exits the defined Poly
Geo-Zone
o 00 = Disabled
o 01 = Enabled
 Example Parameter Hex Value: Position Counter : 31, In Alert : Enable, Out Alert : Enable
o 1F0101

60: Poly Geofence

6000 - 8999: Poly Geofence Points


6000-6099: Poly Geo-Zone 1 Points
6100-6199: Poly Geo-Zone 2 Points
6200-6299: Poly Geo-Zone 3 Points

8800-8899: Poly Geo-Zone 29 Points
8900-8999: Poly Geo-Zone 30 Points

Point Definition Example:


If the coordinates are positive.

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 Latitude: +37.479323
 Longitude: +126.887827
 Example Parameter Hex Value:
o 02B3E39B07902793

If the coordinates are negative.

 -
Latitude: 37.479323

 -
Longitude: 126.887827
 Example Parameter Hex Value:
o 82B3E39B87902793

Parameter Configuration

Before a device starts being operated, its parameters should be set first. This chapter shows the string to be sent to
device.

There are 3 options of sending string.

Option 1: by using PC.


Option 2: by using GPRS/HSPA network.
Option 3: by messaging via SMS.

In practice, configuration can be made more efficiently with ‘SyncTrak’, i.e. a setting tool provided by Suntech.

Once a device receives a command from the server, it gets back to the server with a relevant response. Device
also changes some parameters (if it is required to do so) or takes an action as instructed below as per the
command sent by the server.

Programming Parameter Format


Here are some examples for programming parameters of the device

Structure
Program Command
 Parameter of XXYY are equal to:
o XX = Group Param ID
o YY = Param ID
 Program structure
o PRG;[DEVICE ID];[Group Param ID];[Param ID]#[Param Value]
o PRG;[DEVICE ID];[Group Param ID];[Param ID]#[Param Value];[Param ID]#[Param Value]

Response Options:
 RPR;[DEVICE ID];[Parameter]
o Will list the XXYY Parameter in the response for each parameter that was successfully received
and programmed.
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 ERROR
o Error with no successful programming completed
 ERR;[Parameter]
o Error with the listed parameter, but other parameters programmed successfully
 USP;[Parameter]
o A parameter was given in the command that is not listed in the supported parameter of the device
(or FW version of the device).

Examples
This section will cover some examples of program commands and device reposes

Example 1: Basic Command


Program command for parameter numbers 1000: Authentication and 1001: APN
 Command sent to device:
o PRG;[DEVICE ID];10;00#1;01#testapn.test
 Response sent back from device:
o RPR;[DEVICE ID];1000;1001

Example 2: ERR incorrect data given


Program command for parameter numbers 1000: Authentication and 1001: APN
 Command sent to device:
o PRG;[DEVICE ID];10;00#99;01#testapn.test
 Parameter number 1000 does not support value 99, so the device encounters an error
when trying to program this value
 Response sent back from device:
o RPR;[DEVICE ID];1001
ERR;1000

Note: In this case the “OK” response means that the device successfully programmed parameter ID 1001, but the
ERR in the response designates that the parameter ID 1000 was not able to be written to the device.

Example 3: Errors
 Command sent to device:
o PRG;[DEVICE ID];1;00#1;01#testapn.test
 Response sent back from device:
o ERROR

 Command sent to device


o PRG;[DEVICE ID];10;00#1;01testapn.test
 Response sent back from device:
o RPR;[DEVICE ID];1000;
o ERROR

Requesting Parameter Value Format

Structure
Program Command
 Parameter of XXYY are equal to:
o XX = Group Param ID
o YY = Param ID

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 Request structure
o REQ;[DEVICE ID];[Group Param ID];[Param ID];
o REQ;[DEVICE ID];[Group Param ID];[Param ID],[Param ID]

Response Options:
 Response with Parameter values:
o RRE;[DEVICE ID];[Group Param ID];[Param ID]#[Param Value]
o RRE;[DEVICE ID];[Group Param ID];[Param ID]#[Param Value];[Param ID]#[Param Value]
 ERROR
o Error with no successful request completed

Examples
This section will cover some examples of request parameter commands and device reposes

Example 1: Basic Command


 Command sent to device:
o REQ;[DEVICE ID];10;00,01
 Response sent back from device:
o RRE;[DEVICE ID];10;00#1;01#testapn.test

Example 2: USP parameter


 Command sent to device:
o REQ;[DEVICE ID];10;00,01,15
 Response sent back from device:
o RRE;[DEVICE ID];10;00#1;01#testapn.test
USP;1015

Example 3: Errors
 Command sent to device:
o REQ;[DEVICE ID];1;00,01
 Response sent back from device:
o ERROR

 Command sent to device:


o REQ;[DEVICE ID];10;00,1
 Response sent back from device:
o RRE:[DEVICE ID];10;00#1
ERROR

10: Network / SMS&Call / Report Settings Parameters

Configuring Authentication, APN, Server IP, Server Port, Server Type


 Authentication = Param 1000
o PAP is setting of 1
 APN = Param 1001
o Setting of testapn.test
 Server IP = Param 1005
o Setting of 123.456.789.012
 Server Port = Param 1006

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o Setting of 1234
 Server Type = Param 1007
o Setting of U for UDP

<Example>
ASCII:
Command: PRG;6009999001;10;00#1;01#testapn.test;05#123.456.789.012;06#1234;07#U
Response: RPR;6009999001;1000;1001;1005;1006;1007

REVISIONS
Rev. No. Date Modifications were made on: Writer
Rev. 1.00 2016-11-30 Draft M.Hieda
Rev. 1.01 2018-01-27 Added for new setting parameter for Alerting by Buzzer (1064) S.E PARK
Edit incorrect descriptions for INPUT/OUTPUS
Rev. 1.02 2018-10-04 Removed unused functions KJH
Rev. 1.03 2018-10-09 Added chapter for “Parameter Configuration” S.E Park
Rev. 1.04 2018-10-12 Removed unused functions KJH
Rev. 1.05 2018-10-22 Changed the Heading/Angle range from “0-180” to “0-179” S.E Park
Rev. 1.06 2018-10-26 Moved 1060: Keep Alive Interval to Network Parameter KJH
Fixed some words for Synctrak V5
Removed unused functions
Rev. 1.07 2018-10-26 Add caution statement when using management server command. S.E Park
Rev. 1.08 2018-12-04 Change the ‘|’ to ‘#’ on the PRG command string & RRE string. S.E Park
Rev. 1.09 2018-12-12 Fixed 1936: Use Low Battery Shutdown KJH
Rev. 1.10 2019-02-15 Fixed description of Keep Alive Interval. KJH
Rev. 1.11 2019-02-27 Fixed description of the Programming / Requesting Parameter Structure. S.E Park

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