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Teltonika - FM 4100

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FM 4100
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FM4100 is a terminal with GPS and GSM connectivity, which is able to determine the object’s coordinates and transfer them via the GSM network. This device is perfectly suitable for applications where location acquirement of remote objects is needed. It is important to mention that FM4100 has additional inputs and outputs, which let you control and monitor other devices on remote objects. 1- Wire® interface (for Dallas digital thermometer or I-Button reader) and CAN interface integrated (for trucks FMS interface data acquisition). It also has a RS232 port for NMEA output and configuration (also it could be used for peripheral devices communication with special firmware)

9 Track your remote objects (trucks, cars) quickly and easily.
9 The device supports the following GSM bearers:
o GPRS class 10 (up to 44,8 kbps).
o SMS (text/data).
9 Quad-band:
o European (and Asian) - 900 MHz / 1800 MHz and American - 850 MHz / 1900 MHz.
9 The aluminum case of the device is very robust and perfectly suitable for installation into harsh
environment such as cars, trucks or other moving objects.
9 On demand internal rechargeable battery with charge controller.
9 FM4100 has 4 digital inputs, 4 digital outputs and 4 analogue inputs, which could be used for
performing of various tasks on remote objects, such as monitoring fuel tank level, engine status,
or controlling truck door etc.
9 FM4100 has 1-Wire® I/O protocol integrated for temperature measuring or key identification.
9 FM4100 has CAN bus interface that could be used for data acquisition from truck’s FMS
9 FM4100 has NMEA output via RS232 that could be used for navigation purposes.
9 3 LED indicators: “Modem”, “Status” and “Navigate”.
9 An advanced solution for a very reasonable price.

This information only is for informational purposes only, Plaspy does not have relationship with the device's manufacturer, for more information check the manufacturer's website or user manual.

Use Plaspy with a tracker

  • Set the Operator APN
    Country Operator APN User Password
  • Check your tracker clock setup is set UTC-0 o GMT. (The most trackers come from the factory on UTC.)
  • For most devices you should use IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity) number as unique identifier. However, some devices have vendor specific unique identifier, for example TK-103 devices use 11-digit identifier.
  • Set Up the Plaspy's IP and port on your tracker: (Plaspy detects tracker's protocol.)
    Server IP Port 8888
  • Add a Plaspy Account on devices with the IMEI or unique ID.