Simplifying integration of our FMS Gateway with your telematics device

The included simulator firmware enables convenient desk testing before vehicle testing.

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Benefits and features

Data Transfer: The simulator firmware efficiently transfers more than 80 FMS standard and Inventure extra parameters to the telematics device.

Compatibility: it can be connected to any GPS-based vehicle tracking system with a CAN or RS2 32 input.

User Manual: A detailed guide accompanies the simulator firmware, assisting users in identifying and understanding the incoming data.

Complete Data Set: To provide a comprehensive overview, the kit offers the option to view the complete data set, granting access to all available parameters.

Installation guide: after moving to vehicle testing we provide a guide tailored for the selected vehicle, offering step-by-step instructions on identifying the correct CAN wires and their locations.

Components included in the test kit

  • 1 FMS Gateway Compact with pre-installed simulator firmware
  • 1 FMS Gateway Compact with database firmware (supports up to 2,500 vehicles)
  • 1 update cable for future firmware updates
  • 1 RS232 to USB converter
  • 1 installation guide of a selected vehicle of testing

The FMS Data Test Kit also comes with two hours of engineering support and a detailed user manual for the simulator firmware, all priced at 199 EUR.

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Seven steps for effective desktop testing

1. Power the FMS Gateway in the Test Kit using a lab power supply or a 12-volt battery.

2. Connect the FMS Gateway to your AVL device using the CAN and/or RS232 inputs. If using RS232 output, connect the gateway to your computer with an adapter.

3. Set your AVL device to the appropriate CAN mode, which may be labeled as 'CAN Normal mode,' 'CAN Active mode,' or 'CAN R/W mode.'

4. Verify the FMS Gateway’s configuration through the LED status indicators when using CAN output.

5. The pre-installed simulator in the firmware will begin transmitting data every 30 seconds, mimicking real vehicle data.

6. Use the provided simulator manual to easily identify the incoming parameters.

7. For data received via RS232 input or specific non-standard FMS data needs, refer to the protocol help manual included.

By following these steps, you'll successfully capture the necessary data during your desktop testing. Should you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us.

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