TMT250 Features settings

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Over Speeding[edit | edit source]

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This feature is used to prevent the driver from exceeding fixed speed and inspects the driver if needed. When vehicle speed exceeds maximum configured speed value the scenario is activated, and a record is generated. Scenario is activated until speed value decreases below the set parameter value.

Alarm[edit | edit source]

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This function can be only triggered by a button (Power Button or Alarm Button). When the alarm is triggered, an event with I/O ID 236 is generated. Eventually an SMS will be sent and a call can be performed if configured.

ManDown[edit | edit source]

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This feature gets current accelerometer data and calculates angle between offset positions. Currently there are two positions: horizontal (when device is in horizontal position and alarm button is on top) and vertical (when device is in vertical position and magnetic USB connector is facing up). Scanning is performed each second. When calculated angle exceeds configured threshold for configured timeout, then an event with I/O ID 242 is generated. SMS event takes place, if it is configured. When angle returns to allowed position, an event with, an SMS can be sent and a call can be performed, if it is configured.

Movement Event[edit | edit source]

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Movement Event scenario makes an eventual high priority record (and sends an optional SMS) when device is stationary or in motion (depending on configured "Mode") for set Timeout (added to "Movement Start/Stop Delays" accordingly).

Timeout is a configured amount of time (in seconds) after which an eventual high priority record is generated. Note: this timeout is added with Movement Start Delay if configured Mode is Movement Event or with Movement Stop Delay if configured Mode is No Movement Event.

Movement Event mode generates a record after the start of movement whereas No Movement Event generates a record after the stop of movement.