Suntech ST300H

Suntech ST300H
Manufacturer: Suntech
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Number of units

122
Online
441
Total
Supported in Wialon:
  • ADC sensors
  • Remote management via GPRS
  • Driver identification
  • Digital sensors
  • Remote management via SMS
  • Alarm button
  • Communication via TCP

The following data should also be added to Suntech ST300H unit properties section of Wialon GPS tracking software :

Device type: Suntech ST300H
Unique ID: serial

Specify the following parameters in configuration software or configuration Suntech ST300H for use in Wialon Hosting :

Server port: 21169

441 units of Suntech ST300H device type are connected to Wialon Data Center. This represents 0.02% of all AVL Hardware connected.

Below chart represents the dynamic of connections in the last 30 days:

Parameter name Description Units
alert_id

Alert type

1 = Start driving faster than SPEED_LIMIT.

2 = Ended over-speed condition.

3 = Disconnected GPS antenna.

4 = Reconnected GPS antenna after disconnected.

5 = The vehicle exited the geo-fenced area that has the following ID.

6 = The vehicle entered the geo-fenced area that has the following ID.

8 = Shorted GPS antenna. This alert may not support depending on GPS chipset model.

9 = Enter the Deep Sleep Mode.

10 = Exit from the Deep Sleep Mode.

13 = Backup battery error.

14 = Vehicle battery goes down to a very low level.

15 = Shocked.

16 = Collision has occurred to the vehicle.

18 = Deviated from the predefined route.

19 = Entered into the predefined route.

22 = Engine :Exceed Speed

23 = Engine :Vehicle Speed Violation

24 = Engine :Coolant Temperature Violation

25 = Engine :Oil Pressure Violation

26 = Engine :RPM Violation

27 = Engine :Sudden Hard Brake Violation

28 = Engine :Error Code(DTC)

33 = Ignition ON

34 = Ignition OFF

40 = Connected to the Main Power source.

41 = Disconnected from the Main Power source.

44 = Connected to the Back-up Battery.

45 = Disconnected from the Back-up Battery.

46 = Alert of fast acceleration from Driver Pattern Analysis.

47 = Alert of harsh braking from Driver Pattern Analysis.

48 = Alert of sharp turn from Driver Pattern Analysis.

49 = Alert of over speed from Driver Pattern Analysis.

50 = Jamming detected.

59 = Inserted I-Button.

60 = Removed I-Button.

61 = The vehicle turns on but doesn’t drive during predefined time.

62 = Stopped more than predefined time.

63 = Dead center.

64 = Over RPM.

65 = Completed automatic RPM calibration.

66 = Completed automatic odometer calibration. (by ignition or by command).

67 = Completed automatic odometer calibration as another type in dual gear system.

68 = Alert of Stop limit at Ignition ON.

69 = Alert of Moving after Alert 68.

73 = Alert of rapid reduction of the Fuel.

75 = when the temperature is higher than the preset temperature

76 = when the temperature is lower than the preset temperature

77 = when temperature of the refrigerator gets back to the normal range after alerting 75 or 76
75:SENSOR ID / 76:SENSOR ID / 77:SENSOR ID

78 = when engine service maintenance value is under 1000 and can division 100.

80 = Alert if rapid increased of the Fuel

81 = Alert of disconnected FUEL1 sensor.

82 = Alert of disconnected FUEL2 sensor.

83 = Alert of connected FUEL1 sensor.

84 = Alert of connected FUEL2 sensor.

86 = Alert of finished DPA auto calibration.

87 = Alert of camera packet error.

88 = Alert of SIM removed.

cell_id Cell tower ID
h_meter Driving hour-meter
ign Ignition On/Off
lac Location area code
mileage Odometer value meter
mode Parking/Driving status meter
msg_num Message number
msg_type Report type.1 - is real time, 0 - is storage
pwr_ext Power supply external battery
pwr_int Power supply internal battery

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