Features Teltonika FM4200:
- Built-in odometer
Supported in Wialon:
- ADC sensors
- CAN-bus support
- Garmin support
- Remote management via GPRS
- Driver identification
- Digital sensors
- SMS sending of data
- Remote management via SMS
- Communication via TCP
- Communication via UDP
The following data should also be added to Teltonika FM4200 unit properties section of Wialon GPS tracking software:
|Password to access the object:
||Configuration password to access the object
Specify the following parameters in configuration software or configuration Teltonika FM4200 for use in Wialon Hosting:
|Server IP Address:
6428 units of Teltonika FM4200 device type are connected to Wialon Data Center. This represents 0.8% of all AVL Hardware connected.
Below chart represents the dynamic of connections in the last 30 days:
You can also download an example of Teltonika FM4200 configuration file to connect it to Wialon GPS tracking software.
Instruction on configuring Teltonika FM4200 via TCP.
You can also download an example of object configuration file for Teltonika FM4200 to be used in Wialon GPS tracking software. When creating an object, import this configuration file by selecting "Import from File" option. This way you will create a pre-configured object with sensors.
For communication via SMS, enter "login password" defined for the device and divided by the space in the "Device access password" field of the GPS unit in Wialon GPS tracking software.
To support «24 SMS in 1» mode, the interval between the points should be 900 seconds as it is on the server, i.e. the value should be 900000 ms in the device configuration.
You can connect Garmin device to communicate with driver.
To do this you must change options "Profile change on event" to "Disable" and "Record Refresh Timeout" to 259200 on page "Global parameters" in the configurator software.
These settings are needed for device to maintains a connection to the server after uploading of accumulated data and waiting for messages from the server.
Garmin firmware version should be 5.40 or higher.
I/O elements are additional source of information and are registered together with GPS data.