AIS 140 GPS Tracker-IRNSS

AIS 140 GPS Tracker-IRNSS

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What is AIS 140 approved gps tracker

In order to increase and ensure the efficiency of the transport system the government of India has designed an Intelligent Transport System (ITS) under the Automotive Industry Standard-140 (AIS 140). The ITS is globally proven to optimize the utilization of existing transport infrastructure to the best of its capacity. This helps in improving the transportation system in terms of efficiency, quality, comfort and safety. The vehicles on the road are increasing daily and therefore there is a need of government guidelines which specify the emergency and safety standards that need to be implied in all kind of public transport systems. The most reliable use and strict compliance of AIS-140 guidelines can help ease the congestion on the roads, improve traffic management and reduce the environmental impact. This will benefit the commercial users as well as the public.

Features

GPS+AGPS Tracking 


SOS Emergency Call 


Multiple Analog & Digital I/O 
Fuel Detection / Fuel Theft


IP65 Waterproof 


Door Status Detection / Air Condition On/Off Detection


Multiple Alarms

Instant alert for vibration, overspeed, power off, geo-fence

Specifications

GSM/GPRS

  • Quad - Band GSM 850/900/1800/1900 MHz

  • GPRS: Class 10 Coding Scheme CS1 (1W @ 1800/1900MHz) to CS4 (2W @ 850/900MHz).

  • SMS (text).

  • GPRS multi-slot class12/10.

GNSS Module / IRNSS 

  • Multi-GNSS / IRNSS engine for GPS, GLONASS.

  • Tracking Sensitivity of-165dBm.

  • Location Accuracy of 2.5m CEP 50% @ -130 dBm.

  • Inbuilt Embedded patchantenna.

Hardware features

  • ARM Processor

  • Internal backup battery.

  • Embedded SIM card with dual network switching.

  • 8GB Memory Card.

Interface features

  • Wide DC Input Voltage Range [9V – 36V].

  • 4 Digital Inputs. (Ignition Input default)

  • 2 Analog Inputs.

  • 1 Serial Port[RS232].

  • LEDs indicating device status.

Firmware Features

  • Emergency alert indication.

  • Health monitoring packets.

  • Login packets.

  • Normal Trackingpackets.

  • Detect Harsh Breaking, Harsh Acceleration and Rash Turning/Harsh Turning.

  • Firmware upgrade over the air Available.

  • Configuration over the air (Both SMS and GPRS).

  • OTA response alert for Parameter change.

  • Frame Number for each recorded packet.

  • Case open detection.

  • Safe immobilization.

  • Immobilizer violation alert.

  • DB9 UART interface.

  • Two-way UART communication.

  • GPRMC out throughUART.

  • Maintenance server.

  • Push event data over UART.

  • Message ID (Event ID) based detection mechanism for faster detection of alerts.

  • NMR - Neighboring 4cell ID along with their LAC and signal strength, to identify accurate network

  • Up to 50,000 tracking records.

Emergency/Panic Button (A must Required compliance for AIS 140 GPS Tracker)

This is used for emergency purpose. If the button is being pressed, the device will send an emergency alert to two servers with all the necessary fields like latitude, longitude, their directions and other information described in AIS140 amendment. Device will send only the emergency packets to server2.

In case of no GPRS or no communication between the device and the server dedicated for emergency, then device will start pushing the string through SMS to Control center number with all the necessary fields. This fallback SMS will be sent to admin number as per the fallback delay time. This fallback delay time can be configured thorough command which is explained in the commands section. Panic buttons should be connected in series to the device and pressing any of the panic button would generate an emergency alert. We can connect ‘n’ number of panic buttons.

Sleep Mode

Sleep mode implementation is done based on ignition status of the vehicle. The device will goto sleep mode during ignition OFF status.During sleep mode, the communications between the device and the servers are closed. When the sleep delay is expired then device will wake up, generate sleep mode packet and send it to both primary and secondary servers. The sleep mode packets will be sent as per sleep mode delay interval. This delay interval can be configured through command which is explained in the commands section.The device will wakeup in two conditions one is during emergency conditions i.e. when panic button is pressed and other is that when the vehicle ignition is made ON.

Upgrade over the Air

The device firmware can be update over the air. There are 2 methods to upgrade the firmware over the Air hereafter called as FOTA. For upgrading the firm ware over the air,the“bin”files hould beadded in the FTP server.

Power Connection – Commercial Vehicles

    • Remove the Ignition Key

    • Run Red (+ve) and Black (-ve) wires from the battery till the location of the device placement.

      Ensure that the wiring is done firmly and neatly without any hanging or sagging of wires. Use

      self-adhesive cable Tie mounts and cable ties to do the wiring.

    • Connect Red wire of AIS 140 GPS Tracker power cable (Long Cable) to the +ve (Red) cable drawn from

      the vehicle battery and ensure that the connection is firm.

    • Connect the Black wire of the AIS 140 GPS Tracker power cable (Long Cable) to the (-ve) Black wire

      drawn from the vehicle battery and ensure that connection is firm.

    • Check if the dash board is made of Metal or Plastic/ Fiber

    • If the dash board is made of metal, install the device outside the dash board only

    • If the dash board is made of Fiber or Plastic, Device can be installed inside the dash board

    • Power Connection – Personal Vehicles

      • Remove the Ignition Key

      • Identify the power line +ve cable coming from the battery to the ignition switch by measuring

        the voltage between each of the wire coming in to the ignition switch assembly.

      • See if the metal conductor in the Connect or wire connection point at the ignition switch is

        accessible; else remove the skin from each of the wire.

      • Firmly hold the (+ve) Red probe of the multimeter to the wire conductor and (-ve) Black probe

        of the multimeter to the GND point (- ve terminal of the vehicle battery or any screw / bolt

        directly connected to metal body of the vehicle).

      • Voltage at the (+ve) wire of the (Incoming supply line) ignition should be matching to the battery

        voltage of the vehicle

      • Check the voltage at the Ignition input point at

        ▪ Voltage OFF condition
        ▪ Vehicle Ignition ON condition
        ▪ Vehicle Engine start condition
        ▪ Maximum acceleration at Neutral/Stationary

      • In any condition, the voltage should not exceed 32V. Please do not install the device in the vehicle if the voltage is beyond 32V

      • Connect Red wire of the AIS 140 device power cable to the + ve (Red) cable at the vehicle ignition input by removing the small portion of the PVC skin at least 2-Inch away from the ignition switch (If already removed the skin for testing the voltage, use the same)

      • Connect the Black wire of the AIS 140 device power cable to the GND by connecting the wire to the ve terminal of the vehicle battery or to the point where GND wire of any of the other accessories of the vehicle is connected and ensure that the connection is very Firm/Tight.

      • For all vehicles other than cars and SUVs, it is highly recommended to connect the +ve and ve of the device directly to the vehicle battery.