FMB630 CAN adapters

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Purpose of CAN adapters LV-CAN200 and ALL-CAN300[edit | edit source]

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LV-CAN200 is used to read data from light vehicles, while ALL-CAN300 is used to read data from any type of transport: light vehicles, trucks, buses, agriculture transport and other special transport. Using these adapters FMB630 device is able to collect and send vehicle data.

Parameter Value
Supply voltage +9..+50 V
Power supply current Average 10 mA. Max (peak) 100 mA
Working temperature -40..+85 ºC
Max working humidity 60 % (non condensate).

LV-CAN200 and ALL-CAN300 program number selection[edit | edit source]

LV-CAN200 or ALL-CAN300 must be set to program number which depends on the vehicle model. Needed program number is always written on LV-CAN200 or ALL-CAN300 mounting scheme. Please contact Teltonika sales manager to get the latest supported vehicle list and mounting scheme for your vehicle providing information about car manufacturer, model and year.

LV-CAN200 and ALL-CAN300 program number configuration via SMS command[edit | edit source]


LV-CAN200 and ALL-CAN300 program number can be set remotely, using SMS command, where X is new program number value:
"lvcansetprog X"

Selecting LV-CAN200 and ALL-CAN300 program number manually[edit | edit source]


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Steps to set program number:

  • Hold SWITCH down until LED stars blinking.
  • Release the SWITCH.
  • Then LED starts blinking and counting first digit of program number (one blink means digit 1, two blinks mean digit 2 etc).
  • To stop counter push SWITCH.
  • Release the SWITCH, then LED starts blinking and counting second digit of program number.
  • To stop counter push SWITCH.
  • Release the SWITCH, then LED starts blinking and counting third digit on program number.
  • To stop counter push SWITCH.
  • Release SWITCH, if programming is successful LED will blink 10 times.

SIMPLE-CAN - contactless CAN-BUS reader[edit | edit source]

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SIMPLE-CAN is a contactless adapter used to read vehicle CAN data with LV-CAN200 or ALL-CAN300. If LV-CAN200 or ALL-CAN300 connection requires two CAN lines to get all data, then two SIMPLE-CAN readers are required.

Technical details

  • Power supply voltage +9..+63 V.
  • Power supply current: standby 1.6 mA, active 8.3 mA @ 12 V; standby 0.91 mA, active 4.3 mA @ 24 V.
  • CAN-BUS speeds from 33.33 to 500 kb/s.
  • Automatically sets CAN Low, CAN High polarity.
  • Automatically adjusts signal level and speed.

SIMPLE-CAN works in the listening mode only, so that not all the data available on the CAN-BUS may be received using this solution. The device automatically sets CAN L/H polarity, but the calibration has to be always performed during installation process. Connection of previously calibrated unit to another car needs new calibration because the reader automatically adjusts signal level and speed to different CAN buses. The device also automatically adapts to the found noise level.

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When power supply is connected, the LED shines continuously. It means that device is waiting for calibration. Calibration process has to be carried out when CAN-BUS twisted pair is tightened on SIMPLE-CAN and when ignition is ON. Please press the switch briefly and wait for the LED to start blinking every second. Automatic calibration process takes up to 10 seconds depending on the vehicle's model. Correct calibration process is confirmed by LED starting to blink every 2 seconds (when the CAN-BUS is active). When the CAN-BUS enters sleep mode, SIMPLE-CAN device also enters sleep mode and takes 1.6mA @ 12V. In the sleep mode LED does not shine. If after calibration process LED shines continuously, it means that device is not calibrated yet, CAN-BUS transmission has failed or ignition during calibration was not ON.

Connecting FMB630 CAN adapters ALL-CAN300 and LV-CAN200[edit | edit source]

Connect USB Plug to FMB630 device, connect Light Vehicles Can adapter to other end of the cable. Connect Light Vehicles Can adapter Pin 1 and Pin 2 to cars CAN bus. CAN interface location of the supported light vehicle is described on mounting scheme. Connect car power supply lines to Pin 3 positive, Pin 4 Negative. Pins 9, 10 connections are optional it depends on exact car model. For exact pinout see sticker on Light Vehicles Can adapter.

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FMB640 all-can300 pinout.png
Bw nb.png ATTENTION! For detailed diagram of connection between adapter and light vehicle please contact Teltonika sales representative and provide information about car manufacturer, model and year.
Bw nb.png ATTENTION! Do not swap CAN L and CAN H lines.
Do not swap power supply lines. Make sure that voltage does not exceed 30V. Power supply lines should be connected at the end of installation work.

FMB630 ALL-CAN300 and LV-CAN200 parameters configuration[edit | edit source]

Because FMB630 have LV-CAN200/ALL-CAN300 RX and TX in its own pinout, device configuration can be performed via micro-USB when CAN adapter is connected to the vehicle.
When FMB630 is connected to LV-CAN200 or ALL-CAN300, user can see all information that is received from the vehicle in configurator LVCAN section, all data are highlighted by green background color. Information in this section is automatically refreshed. CAN bus data which can be read from your car is provided in "Light or All Vehicles CAN adapter supported cars" document.
The LVCAN I/O element can be configured like any other I/O element in FMB630 configurator.

When using offline configuration method user can select which CAN data will be read from LV-CAN200 or ALL-CAN300 and sent directly to the server without connection to adapter. Please note that parameters depend on vehicle manufacturer and vehicle model. For further information check "Light and All Vehicles CAN adapter supported cars” document.
All information about I/O element parameters description is in section I/O settings.
All LV-CAN200/ALL-CAN300 I/O parameters configuration settings are described in "FMB630 Protocols" document, except ALL-CAN300 bitmasks, which are described in the table below.

Property name Size, bytes Value bitmasks
Control state flags 4 Byte0 (LSB):
0x01 – STOP
0x02 – Oil pressure / level
0x04 – Coolant liquid temperature / level
0x08 – Handbrake system
0x20 – AIRBAG

Byte1:
0x01 – CHECK ENGINE
0x02 – Lights failure
0x04 – Low tire pressure
0x08 – Wear of brake pads
0x10 – Warning
0x20 – ABS
0x40 – Low Fuel

Byte2:
0x01 – ESP
0x02 – Glow plug indicator
0x04 – FAP
0x08 – Electronics pressure control
0x10 – Parking lights
0x20 – Dipped headlights
0x40 – Full beam headlights

Byte3:
0x40 – Passenger's seat belt
0x80 – Driver's seat belt

Agricultural machinery flags 8 Byte0 (LSB):
0x01 – Mowing
0x02 – Grain release from hopper
0x04 – First front hydraulic turned on
0x08 – Rear Power Take-Off turned on

Byte1:
0x01 – Excessive play under the threshing drum
0x02 – Grain tank is open
0x04 – 100% of Grain tank
0x08 – 70% of Grain tank
0x10 – Drain filter in hydraulic system of drive cylinders is plugged
0x20 – Pressure filter of drive cylinders hydraulic system is plugged
0x40 – Alarm oil level in oil tank
0x80 – Pressure filter of brakes hydraulic system is plugged

Byte2:
0x01 – Oil filter of engine is plugged
0x02 – Fuel filter is plugged
0x04 – Air filter is plugged
0x08 – Alarm oil temperature in hydraulic system of chassis
0x10 – Alarm oil temperature in hydraulic system of drive cylinders
0x20 – Alarm oil pressure in engine
0x40 – Alarm coolant level
0x80 – Overflow chamber of hydraulic unit

Byte3:
0x01 – Unloader drive is ON. Unloading tube pivot is in idle position
0x02 – No operator!
0x04 – Straw walker is plugged
0x08 – Water in fuel
0x10 – Cleaning fan RPM
0x20 – Trashing drum RPM

Byte4:
0x02 – Low water level in the tank
0x04 – First rear hydraulic turned on
0x08 – Standalone engine working
0x10 – Right joystick moved right
0x20 – Right joystick moved left
0x40 – Right joystick moved front
0x80 – Right joystick moved back

Byte5:
0x01 – Brushes turned on
0x02 – Water supply turned on
0x04 – Vacuum cleaner
0x08 – Unloading from the hopper
0x10 – High Pressure washer (Karcher)
0x20 – Salt (sand) disperser ON
0x40 – Low salt (sand) level

Byte6:
0x01 – Second front hydraulic turned on
0x02 – Third front hydraulic turned on
0x04 – Fourth front hydraulic turned on
0x08 – Second rear hydraulic turned on
0x10 – Third rear hydraulic turned on
0x20 – Fourth rear hydraulic turned on
0x40 – Front three-point Hitch turned on
0x80 – Rear three-point Hitch turned on

Byte7:
0x01 – Left joystick moved right
0x02 – Left joystick moved left
0x04 – Left joystick moved front
0x08 – Left joystick moved back
0x10 – Front Power Take-Off turned on

Security state flags 8 Byte0 (LSB):
0x20 – Bit appears when any operate button in car was put
0x40 – Bit appears when immobiliSer is in service mode
0x80 – Immobiliser, bit appears during introduction of a programmed sequence of keys in the car

Byte1:
0x01 – the key is in ignition lock
0x02 – Ignition on
0x04 – Dynamic ignition on
0x08 – Webasto
0x20 – Car closed by factory's remote control
0x40 – Factory-installed alarm system is actuated (is in panic mode)
0x80 – Factory-installed alarm system is emulated by module

Byte2:
0x01 – Parking activated (automatic gearbox)
0x10 – Handbrake is actuated (information available only with ignition on)
0x20 – Footbrake is actuated (information available only with ignition on)
0x40 – Engine is working (information available only when the ignition on)
0x80 – Reverse is on

Byte3:
0x01 – Front left door opened
0x02 – Front right door opened
0x04 – Rear left door opened
0x08 – Rear right door opened
0x10 – Engine cover opened
0x20 – Trunk door opened

Byte4:
0x01 – Car was closed by the factory's remote control
0x02 – Car was opened by the factory's remote control
0x03? – Trunk cover was opened by the factory's remote control
0x04 – Module has sent a rearming signal
0x05? – Car was closed three times by the factory's remote control
- High nibble (mask 0xF0 bit)
0x80 – CAN module goes to sleep mode

Tachograph driver card presence 1 0x00 – No driver card
0x01 – Driver1 card presence
0x02 – Driver2 card presence
0x03 – Driver1 and driver2 cards present
Driver 1 states 1 0xX0 – Break/rest
0xX1 – Availability
0xX2 – Work
0xX3 – Driving
0x0X – No time-related warning detected
0x1X – Limit #1: 15 min before 4 1/2 h
0x2X – Limit #2: 4 1/2 h reached (continuous driving time exceeded)
0x3X – Limit #3: 15 minutes before optional warning 1
0x4X – Limit #4: optional warning 1 reached
0x5X – Limit #5: 15 min before optional warning
0x6X – Limit #6: optional warning 2 reached
Driver 2 states 1

Send data with 0, if ignition is off[edit | edit source]

Depending on LV-CAN200/ALL-CAN300 I/O parameters and ignition status, FMB630 can send locked (last known) LV-CAN200/ALL-CAN300 I/O and active (real time) parameters values or reset values to 0. When ignition is off, LV-CAN200/ALL-CAN300 I/O parameters values sent to server are:

LV-CAN200/ALL-CAN300 I/O element Status
Vehicle Speed reset
Accelerator pedal position reset
Total fuel used lock
Fuel level (liters) lock
Engine RPM reset
Total mileage lock
Fuel level (%) lock
Program number lock
Module ID lock
Engine Work Time lock
Engine Work Time (counted) lock
Total Mileage (counted) lock
Fuel Consumed (counted) lock
Fuel Rate reset
Program number lock
AdBlue Level (%) lock
AdBlue Level (liters) lock
Engine Load reset
Engine Temperature active
Axle 1 Load lock
Axle 2 Load lock
Axle 3 Load lock
Axle 4 Load lock
Axle 5 Load lock
Control State Flags active
Agricultural Machinery Flags active
Harvesting Time lock
Area of Harvest reset
Mowing Efficiency active
Grain Mown Volume active
Grain Moisture active
Harvesting Drum RPM reset
Gap Under Harvesting Drum active
Security State Flags active
Tachograph Total Vehicle Distance lock
Trip Distance reset
Tachograph Vehicle Speed reset
Tachograph Driver Card Presence active
Driver1 States active
Driver2 States active
Driver1 Continuous Driving Time active
Driver2 Continuous Driving Time active
Driver1 Cumulative Break Time active
Driver2 Cumulative Break Time active
Driver1 Selected Activity Duration active
Driver2 Selected Activity Duration active
Driver1 Cumulative Driving Time active
Driver2 Cumulative Driving Time active

LV-CAN200/ALL-CAN300 Important Information[edit | edit source]

Program Number logic change[edit | edit source]

Due to the growing number of supported cars, program numbers have exceeded "999". In order to maintain one number format, we are moving from 3-digit to 4-digit program numbers.
In new LV-CAN200/ALL-CAN300 firmware (from 2017-09-01) all program numbers that were up to 999 are changed to start from 1000. So that further program numbers would continue the counting with 4-digit numbers.
However, all existing program numbers stay the same, but "1" is added to the front. Device still understands the entered 3-digit program number (via SMS/GPRS), it will automatically add "1" before it. If you enter "247" - device number will turn into "1247". In Bootloader only 4-digit format is available, just add "1" to the front of the needed program number.

Example[edit | edit source]

When using older connection schemes where program number displayed as 3-digit program number:

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Using LV-CAN200/ALL-CAN300 Bootloader from soft version 2017-09-27 it is necessary to add "1" to the front of program number:

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