Product Description:
The GV300CAN is a compact GNSS tracking device designed for a wide variety of vehicle tracking applications. The model features CAN and J1708 ports which decode information from vehicle digital buses (CAN bus and J1708). It also has multiple interfaces that can support a wide range of external accessories.
Features: 
  • Wide operating voltage range 8V to 32V DC

  • Internal u-blox chipset
  • Internal 3-axis accelerometer supporting driving behavior monitoring, power saving and motion detection

  • Support virtual odometer
  • I/O interfaces including CAN and J1708
  • Multiple I/O interfaces for monitoring and controlling
  • Multiple I/O interfaces including smart input, ignition detection and fuel level sensing
  • 1-wire supporting temperature sensors and iButton driver ID
  • Quad band GSM/GPRS 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
  • Embedded full featured @Track protocol
  • Internal GSM antenna
  • Internal and optional external GNSS antenna(s)
  • GNSS positioning
  • CE/E-Mark certifiated

     

    Specifications

    General Specifications

    Dimensions 80mm(L) x 48mm(W) x 25mm(H)
    Weight 65g
    Backup Battery Li-Polymer, 250 mAh
    Bluetooth Support BLE 4.2 protocol
    Operating Voltage 8V to 32V DC
    Operating Temperature

    -30℃ ~ +80℃

    -40℃ ~ +80℃ for storage

     

    GSM Specifications

    Frequency Quad band: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz

    Compliant to GSM phase 2/2+

    -Class 4 (2W @ 850/900 MHz)

    -Class 1 (1W @ 1800/1900 MHz)

    GPRS GPRS multi-slot class 10

    GPRS mobile station class B

    RMS Phase Error 5 deg
    Max RF Output Power GSM850/GSM900: 33.0±2 dBm

    DCS1800/PCS1900: 30.0±2 dBm

    Dynamic Input Range -15 dBm ~ -108 dBm
    Receiver Sensitivity Class ⅡRBER 2% (-107 dBm)
    Stability of Frequency < 2.5 ppm
    Max Frequency Error ±0.1 ppm

     

    GNSS Specifications

    GNSS Type u-blox All-in-One GNSS receiver
    Sensitivity Autonomous: -147 dBm

    Hot start: -156 dBm

    Reacquisition: -160 dBm

    Tracking: -162 dBm

    Position Accuracy (CEP) Autonomous: < 2.5m
    TTFF (Open Sky) Cold start: 27s average

    Warm start: 27s average

    Hot start: 1s average

     

    Interfaces

    Digital Inputs

    1 positive trigger input for ignition detection

    2 negative trigger inputs for normal use

    Digital Output 1 digital output, open drain, 150 mA max drive current
    Latched Digital Output 1 digital output with internal latch circuit, open drain, 150 mA max drive current
    Analog Input 1 analogue input with selectable input voltage range (0V-12V or 0V-30V)
    1-wire Interface Support 1-wire temperature sensor and iButton driver ID
    Vehicle Bus

    Support CAN Bus

    Support J1708 Bus

    GSM Antenna Internal only
    GNSS Antenna Internal antenna and optional external antenna
    Bluetooth Antenna Internal only
    LED Indicators CEL, GNSS, CAN
    Mini USB Interface Used for upgrading and debugging
    Serial Port 1 RS232 serial port on 16 pin molex type connector for external devices

     

    Air Interface Protocol

    Transmit Protocol TCP, UDP, SMS
    Scheduled Report Report position and status based on preset time intervals, distance, mileage or a combination of these settings
    Geo-fences Geo-fence alarm and parking alarm, support up to 20 internal geo-fence regions
    Power On Report Report when the device is powered on
    Power Off Report Report when the device is powered off
    Motion Detection Alarm based on internal 3-axis accelerometer
    Special Alarm Special alarm based on digital inputs
    Power Supply Monitoring Report of external power status
    Tow Alarm Alarm for tow event in ignition-off state
    Speed Alarm Flexible speed monitoring for unusual speed alarm
    Remote Control OTA control of digital outputs
    Fuel Level Sensing Configurable support for fuel level sensing using the vehicle’s built-in fuel sensor or gauge
    Temperature Detection Alarm for temperature detection
    Driving Behavior Monitoring Aggressive driving behavior detection, including harsh braking, acceleration, etc.
    Crash Detection Accident data collection for reconstruction and analysis

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