Suntech ST500

Suntech ST500
Manufacturer: Suntech
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Number of units

1
Online
7
Total
Supported in Wialon:
  • Remote management via GPRS
  • LBS
  • Remote management via SMS
  • Alarm button
  • Communication via TCP

The following data should also be added to Suntech ST500 unit properties section of Wialon GPS tracking software:

Device type: Suntech ST500
Unique ID: serial

Specify the following parameters in configuration software or configuration Suntech ST500 for use in Wialon Hosting:

Server port: 21223

7 units of Suntech ST500 device type are connected to Wialon Data Center. This represents 0.04% of all OBD trackers connected.

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

Parameter name Description Units
sw_ver Software Version
valid
  • 0 - GPS is not fixed
  • 1 - GPS is fixed
mileage Travaled distance m
mcc Mobile Country Code
mnc Mobile Network Code
rx_level Signal Strength
lac Location Area Code
cell_id Cell ID
ta Information of timing advance
pwr_ext Voltage value of main power V
online
  • 1 - Live
  • 0 - Storage
ign Ignition
pwr_int Voltage value of backup battery V
mode
  • 1 - Idle mode (Parking)
  • 2 - Active mode (Driving)
msg_num Message number
ov_sp_rp Maximum speed in report time km/h
ov_sp_time Time of over speed
spd_2 Average speed in time report km/h
h_meter Driving hour-meter
emg_id Emergency type:
  • 2 - emergency by parking lock
  • 3 - emergency by removing main power
pid_N Value of pid number N
alert_id Alert id:
  • 1 - Start driving faster than speed limit
  • 2 - Ended over speed condition
  • 3 - Disconnected GPS antenna
  • 4 - Reconnected GPS antenna
  • 5 - The vehicle went out from the geofence that has following ID
  • 6 - The vehicle entered into the geofence that has following ID
  • 8 - Shorted GPS antenna
  • 9 - Enter to deep sleep mode
  • 10 - Exit from deep sleep mode
  • 13 - Backup battery error
  • 14 - Vehicle battery goes down to so low level
  • 15 - shocked
  • 16 - occurred some collision
  • 18 - Deviate from predefined route
  • 19 - Enter into predefined route
  • 33 - Ignition on
  • 34 - Ignition off
  • 40 - Connected main power
  • 41 - Disconnected main power
  • 44 - Connected Backup battery
  • 45 - Disconnected Backup battery
  • 46 - Alert of fast acceleration from Driver Pattern Analysis
  • 47 - Alert of harsh brake from Driver Pattern Analysis
  • 48 - Alert of sharp turn from Driver Pattern Analysis
  • 50 - Jamming detected
  • 80 - OBD Disconnected with ECU
  • 81 - OBD Connected with ECU
  • 83 - OBD DTC Detected
  • 84 - OBD DTC Undetected
  • 85 - OBD Started high RPM
  • 86 - OBD Ended high RPM
  • 87 - OBD High speed with low RPM
  • 88 - OBD Low speed with high RPM
ac Acceleration in X axis of accelerometer
hb Harsh brake in X axis of accelerometer
sharp Sharp turn in X axis of accelerometer

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