L 95 x W 55 x H 17mm
-20°C to +60°C
1) On external power
Below 0°C and above +40°C the internal backup battery will not be charged as a safety precaution due to the dangers associated with charging batteries at extreme temperatures.
12 Pin Wiring Harness (included)
OBDII Harness (optional)
Cigarette Lighter Harness (optional)
8V to 36V DC (max)
10mA avg. (battery fully charged)
145mA avg. (battery charging)
200mAh LiPo internal backup battery pack
The Dart passes stringent automotive power “load dump” tests to ensure that it will continue to operate in the harshest electrical systems.
A built-in self-resetting fuse makes installation easy and safe.
Sufficient memory to store over 50,000 records.
Normally data is sent to the server immediately but if the device is out of range there is space to ensure no data is lost – for many weeks of driving!
Allows the Dart to detect harsh driving events, and to go to ‘sleep’ when not moving, resulting in extremely low standby current
Standard (2FF) size cellular SIM card
3G / 4G Modem
GPS and Cellular Antenna:
Internal GPS and cellular antennas tuned by RF laboratories for optimal performance.
Having the antennas inside the housing makes for very simple and quick installation.
Concurrent GPS and GLONASS tracking 72 channel high sensitivity receiver -169dBM industry leading tracking performance.
Assistnow Offline aiding data for extremely fast time-to-first-fix and performance in urban canyon environments.
INPUTS AND OUTPUTS:
Ignition digital input 0-48V DC
5V on/off threshold
2 x Digital Inputs:
2 x digital inputs with configurable pull-up/down
0-48V DC input range
Pull-up enabled: low at 0.8V, high at 1.0V
Pull-down enabled: low at 2.0V, high at 2.4V
1 x Digital Output:
1 x Switched Ground digital output1, easily wired up to switch external lights, relays, buzzers etc.
Can be used to immobilise a vehicle.
Switched Power Out
The Dart can provide power to external sensors and devices via this power line, allowing for easy installation and doing away with the need for additional external power supplies.
Voltage: 3.5V to 4.5V
Maximum current: 200mA
Driver ID via RFID reader or iButton
The Dart can be update from the server with lists of Drivers that are allowed to drive the vehicle. The Dart can be installed to immobilise a vehicle and only allow authorised drivers/operators to drive it.
Flexible Logging Parameters:
The Dart trip logging is flexible and can be configured to log based on a variety of parameters including: Elapsed time, Distance travelled, Change in heading, Change in speed, On Stationary, Accelerometer events (harsh driving)
Accident and Rollover Detection:
The Dart uses the built-in accelerometer to detect high G impacts such as accidents and rollovers and reports these events to the server for emergency alerting.
The Dart automatically calibrates its built-in 3 axis accelerometer and uses this to detect harsh driving events.
- Excessive acceleration
- Harsh braking
- Cornering at speed
These events are logged in the Dart along with additional event statistics that allow back-end server platforms to perform sophisticated driver profiling and scoring.
The Dart keeps a second-by-second “black box” recording of valuable GPS and accelerometer data for a two hour window.
This data can be automatically uploaded to the server when an accident is detected, or it can be requested manually.
The Dart has the capacity to hold hundreds of geo-fences that can be downloaded to it from the server. The Dart can use this geo-fence information to.
- Implement arrival and departure alerts
- Implement speeding zones with audible warning alerts
- Implement “No-go” and “Keep-out” areas
- Automatically control outputs, e.g. to switch on warning lights when inside a special area.
The Dart can determine a trip has started based upon
- Wired Ignition input (voltage on/off)
- Emulated Ignition (GPS movement)
- Run Detect (Voltage Increases)