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These devices were found by FMCSA to not meet the Electronic Logging Device technical specifications.

Device Name Model Number Software Version ELD Identifier Image User Manual Company Status Date Phone Email Company Website Address Data Transfer Methods ELD Malfunctions Certifying Statement
!1Axle Bottlecap Axle2018 6.0 and above axe018 Download Download Axle Technologies Inc Self Revoked 12/13/2019 973-637-0868 support@axle.us http://axle.us 580 marin blvd, Jersey City/ New Jersey/ 07310 We are using web services data transfer and email data transfer. From the main screen of the ELD driver will press the green button with the word "Inspection" then proceed to press either Web Services or Email to send the logs in question to the DOT officer. Driver will also be prompted to place a note with their logs if required by the DOT officer. Malfunction Code: P Power data malfunction: An ELD must monitor the data it receives from the engine ECM or alternative sources, and data record history to identify instances when it might not have complied with the power requirements. User should check Axle ELD connection to the ECM port in their truck and make sure it is plugged in securely and is flashing a green light. When the problem is resolved the malfunction will be cleared. Malfunction Code: E Engine synchronization compliance malfunction: An ELD must set an engine synchronization compliance malfunction, if connectivity to any of the required data sources is lost for more than 30 minutes during a 24-hour period aggregated across all driver profiles. User should check to make sure the Axle ELD is plugged in properly and flashing green. If the light on the ELD is flashing white or red please remove the ELD and plug it back in. Doing so should reset it and clear up the synchronization issue When the problem is resolved the malfunction will be cleared. Malfunction Code: Timing compliance malfunction: The ELD must periodically cross-check its time with an external UTC source, and must record a timing compliance malfunction when it can no longer meet the underlying timing requirement of less than 10 minutes’ time deviation. User should make sure the ELD is plugged in properly and flashing a green light. User should also make sure that their mobile device is set to acquire time automatically. When the problem is resolved the malfunction will be cleared. Malfunction Code: L Positioning Compliance malfunction: An ELD must monitor elapsed time during periods when the ELD fails to acquire a valid position measurement within five miles of the CMV’s movement. When such elapsed time exceeds a cumulative 60 minutes over a 24-hour period, the ELD must set and record a positioning compliance malfunction. This could be caused by lose of GPS signal either temporarily or locally. If the device is plugged in properly and flashing green, but you are not receiving the GPS location, we may need to send you a new Axle ELD device When the problem is resolved the malfunction will be cleared. Malfunction Code: R R Data recording compliance malfunction: An ELD must monitor its storage capacity and integrity and must detect a data recording compliance malfunction if it can no longer record or retain required events, or retrieve recorded logs that are not otherwise cataloged remotely by the motor carrier If you receive this malfunction please report to your company as soon as possible so they can report to the Axle support desk. Malfunction Code: S Data transfer compliance malfunction: After an ELD records a data transfer data diagnostic event, the ELD must increase the frequency of the monitoring function to check at least once every 24-hour period. If the ELD stays in the unconfirmed data transfer mode following the next three consecutive monitoring checks, the ELD must detect a data transfer compliance malfunction. User should make sure that their mobile device has internet connection and then again attempt to transfer the data. This should clear the malfunction. If you have internet and are still facing this issue. Please have your company contact support. Malfunction Code: O Other ELD identified malfunction: The other ELD identified malfunction is not supported. ELD you have connected is not supported by the Axle system. Please contact support Diagnostic Code 1 Power data diagnostic: An ELD must monitor the data it receives from the engine ECM and data record history to identify instances when it may not have complied with the power requirements. Likely an install issue, User should check Axle ELD connection to the ECM port in their truck and make sure it is plugged in securely and is flashing a green light. When the problem is resolved the diagnostics event will be cleared. Diagnostic Code 2 Engine synchronization diagnostic: An ELD is required to establish a link to the engine ECM, and must record an engine synchronization data diagnostics event, when it no longer can acquire values for the ELD parameters required for records within five seconds. User should check to make sure the Axle ELD is plugged in properly and flashing green. If the light on the ELD is flashing white or red please remove the ELD and plug it back in. Doing so should reset it and clear up the synchronization issue When the problem is resolved the diagnostic event will be cleared. Diagnostic code 3: Missing required data elements data diagnostic: An ELD must monitor the completeness of the ELD event record information in relation to the required data elements for each event type, and must record a missing data element and data diagnostics event for the driver, if any required field is missing at the time of recording. When there is a loss of GPS connection during an event, the user should review their logs where they will be prompted to manually enter the data missing. Upon completion the diagnostic event will be cleared. Diagnostic code 4: 4 Data transfer data diagnostic: An ELD must implement in-service monitoring functions to verify that the data transfer mechanism(s) are continuing to function properly. An ELD must verify this functionality at least once every seven days User should make sure their internet connection is turned on and working properly. If you internet is on properly, please contact support. Diagnostic code 5: Unidentified driving records data diagnostic: If more than 30 minutes of driving in a 24-hour period shows unidentified driver on the ELD, the ELD must detect and record an unidentified driving record data diagnostic event, and the data diagnostic indicator must be turned on for all drivers logged in to that ELD for the current 24-hour period and the following seven days. User should make sure all unassigned logs are claimed when they log into their truck each day if applicable. If all logs are assigned and you are still facing this issue contact support. Diagnostic event 6: “Other” ELD identified diagnostic: The other ELD identified is not supported. Please contact support. Our service has been sufficiently tested to meet the functional requirements included in the technical specifications in the Appendix to subpart B of part 395, title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations, under the conditions in which the ELD would be used. against the FMCSA eld technical specifications requirements.
"EDGE MDT" IGBL-E215 v. 55 or higher IGBE61 Download Download iGlobal LLC Self Revoked 8/13/2020 734-585-7878 info@igloballlc.com www.igloballlc.com 315 NE 14th Street, Ocala FL 34470 The Edge MDT supports Wireless Web Service and Email transmission of the ELD Output file for Data Transmission. To create an output file for Transmission, the user will need to press the ELD Transmission button that is located on the Menu Bar on the Top of all screens on the ELD. When this button is pressed, the user will be have the ability to enter an output file comment and chose Wireless Web Transmission or Email Transmission. Once the Transmission type is pressed a request is generated on the ELD to generate an output file and then to send to the selected transfer mechanism. The user will also have the ability to display their Daily Header and Event list to an authorized safety office by accessing the Elog tile, selecting review logs and then choosing Daily header or Event List. From the review logs screen the user and authorized safety official will also be able to view the drivers daily log graph. The summary of malfunctions is as follows: Power Compliance Malfunction - Created when there is a aggregated In-Motion Driving time understatement of 30 minutes or more Engine Synchronization Compliance Malfunction - Created when connectivity to the ECM data sources is lost for more than 30 minutes in a 24 hour period. Timing Compliance Malfunction - Created when ELD time exceeded a 10 minute deviation from the Coordinated Universal Time Positioning Compliance Malfunction - Created when ELD fails to acquire a valid position measurement within 5 miles of the trucks movement and has elapsed a cumulative 60 minutes in a 24-hour period Data Recording Compliance Malfunction – Created when ELD is no longer able to record/retain events or retrieve recorded logs. Data Transfer Compliance Malfunction - Created when ELD has stayed in an unconfirmed data transfer mode for three consecutive monitoring checks. Other ELD Malfunction - Created when ELD has failed to Synch logs. iGlobal LLC Quality Assurance Testers completed each test thoroughly and indicated their approvals. Secondly, Eric Bauer, Company President reviewed each test case with the IT Project Manager, Tiffany Brock, and Quality Assurance testers to ensure every test passed. Finally, Annette Sandberg from TransSafe Consulting was hired to review every test case, and she too passed every one. We have her written final report where she indicates "In December 2016, TransSafe Consulting was retained to review iGlobal LLC’s (iGlobal) certification process for Electronic Logging Devices (ELDs) as contemplated in the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) Electronic Logging Device Regulation. This process involved going through all the testing procedures in the FMCSA Electronic Logging Device (ELD) Test Plan and Procedures Version 2.0 released on October 17, 2016. "I conducted a majority of the review of iGlobal’s testing. All in-truck testing was conducted by Jerad Childress, Associate Attorney, Scopelitis, Garvin, Light Hanson and Feary. We found the iGlobal system tested met all the ELD requirements as contemplated in the FMCSA ELD Test Plan and Procedures, Version 2, release date October 17, 2016. A copy of her final review is on file at the iGlobal LLC offices.
"EDGE MDT" iGbl E210 v. 55 and newer IGBE61 Download Download iGlobal LLC Self Revoked 8/21/2019 734-585-7878 info@igloballlc.com www.igloballlc.com 315 NE 14th Street, Ocala FL 34470 The Edge MDT supports Wireless Web Service and Email transmission of the ELD Output file for Data Transmission. To create an output file for Transmission, the user will need to press the ELD Transmission button that is located on the Menu Bar on the Top of all screens on the ELD. When this button is pressed, the user will be have the ability to enter an output file comment and chose Wireless Web Transmission or Email Transmission. Once the Transmission type is pressed a request is generated on the ELD to generate an output file and then to send to the selected transfer mechanism. The user will also have the ability to display their Daily Header and Event list to an authorized safety office by accessing the Elog tile, selecting review logs and then choosing Daily header or Event List. From the review logs screen the user and authorized safety official will also be able to view the drivers daily log graph. The summary of malfunctions is as follows: Power Compliance Malfunction - Created when there is a aggregated In-Motion Driving time understatement of 30 minutes or more Engine Synchronization Compliance Malfunction - Created when connectivity to the ECM data sources is lost for more than 30 minutes in a 24 hour period. Timing Compliance Malfunction - Created when ELD time exceeded a 10 minute deviation from the Coordinated Universal Time Positioning Compliance Malfunction - Created when ELD fails to acquire a valid position measurement within 5 miles of the trucks movement and has elapsed a cumulative 60 minutes in a 24-hour period Data Recording Compliance Malfunction – Created when ELD is no longer able to record/retain events or retrieve recorded logs. Data Transfer Compliance Malfunction - Created when ELD has stayed in an unconfirmed data transfer mode for three consecutive monitoring checks. Other ELD Malfunction - Created when ELD has failed to Synch logs iGlobal LLC Quality Assurance Testers completed each test thoroughly and indicated their approvals. Secondly, Eric Bauer, Company President reviewed each test case with the IT Project Manager, Tiffany Brock, and Quality Assurance testers to ensure every test passed. Finally, Annette Sandberg from TransSafe Consulting was hired to review every test case, and she too passed every one. We have her written final report where she indicates "In December 2016, TransSafe Consulting was retained to review iGlobal LLC’s (iGlobal) certification process for Electronic Logging Devices (ELDs) as contemplated in the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) Electronic Logging Device Regulation. This process involved going through all the testing procedures in the FMCSA Electronic Logging Device (ELD) Test Plan and Procedures Version 2.0 released on October 17, 2016. "I conducted a majority of the review of iGlobal’s testing. All in-truck testing was conducted by Jerad Childress, Associate Attorney, Scopelitis, Garvin, Light Hanson and Feary. We found the iGlobal system tested met all the ELD requirements as contemplated in the FMCSA ELD Test Plan and Procedures, Version 2, release date October 17, 2016. A copy of her final review is on file at the iGlobal LLC offices. The main difference between the EDGE MDTs (215 and older 210 versions) is the boot time. The Users Manual above clearly states that the driver must turn the ignition key forward with this 210 version, to start the MDT before starting the truck. This method of starting the software before starting the truck (before ECM is powered) was verified through the May 9th 2017 FMCSA webinar and is also supported by Annette's review of this method. All of the software is the same as the 215 EDGE MDT.
BSM Drive ACMP01 6.0 or higher ACMP01 Download Download BSM Technologies Ltd. Self Revoked 10/31/2018 866-768-4771 sales@bsmtechnologies.com http://www.bsmtechnologies.com 75 International Blvd., Suite 100, Toronto/Ontario/M9W 6L9 Supported data transfer mechanisms are Wireless data transfer via web services (WSDL 1.1 SOAP 1.2, XML 1.0 5th edition and wireless data transfer through e-mail, encrypted, complying with RFC 5321 SMTP sent to specific email address. Step by step instructions for a driver to produce and transfer the ELD records to an authorized safety official: 1. In the app’s main menu, tap Data Transfer and then select either the Email or Web Service radio button. 2. (Optional) Enter a comment in the text field. 3. Tap Send Log sheets. 4. If you chose email option, the encrypted logs will be sent to FMCSA specific email address. If web services option is used, the logs will be transferred via web services. 5. A confirmation dialog appears. Tap Confirm to send your logs via the selected method. Requirement No., Malfunction Code, Event Name, Description 4.6.1.1, P, Power Compliance Malfunction, More than 30 cumulative minutes of “Power Data Diagnostic” events in a 24-hour period 4.6.1.2, E, Engine Synchronization Malfunction, More than 30 cumulative minutes of no ECM connectivity in a 24-hour period 4.6.1.3, T, Timing Malfunction, The difference between ELD time and UTC exceeds 10 minutes 4.6.1.4, L, Position Malfunction, More than 60 cumulative minutes of no GPS on driving events in a 24-hour period 4.6.1.5, R, Data Recording Malfunction, The ELD storage has less than 10% of it’s storage capacity and may no longer record events 4.6.1.7, S, Data Transfer Malfunction, Once a data transfer data diagnostic event is generated, the monitoring frequency increases from once every 7 days to once every 24 hours. A data transfer malfunction is generated if the ELD stays in the unconfirmed data transfer mode following the next three consecutive monitoring checks. 4.6.1.8, O, Other Malfunction, N/A at this time Under penalties of perjury, I, Doug Swanson, hereby certify on behalf of BSM Technologies Inc. that ELD model ACMP01 and version 6.0 has been sufficiently tested to meet the functional requirements included in the technical specifications in the Appendix to subpart B of part 395, title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations, under the conditions in which the ELD would be used.
BSM Drive ICMP01 6.0 or higher ICMP01 Download Download BSM Technologies Ltd. Self Revoked 10/31/2018 866-768-4771 sales@bsmtechnologies.com http://www.bsmtechnologies.com 75 International Blvd., Suite 100, Toronto/Ontario/M9W 6L9 Supported data transfer mechanisms are Wireless data transfer via web services (WSDL 1.1 SOAP 1.2, XML 1.0 5th edition (pending FMCSA XML schema and other information) and wireless data transfer through e-mail, encrypted, complying with RFC 5321 SMTP sent to specific email address. Step by step instructions for a driver to produce and transfer the ELD records to an authorized safety official: 1. In the app’s main menu, tap Data Transfer and then select either the Email or Web Service radio button. 2. (Optional) Enter a comment in the text field. 3. Tap Send Log sheets. 4. If you chose email option, the encrypted logs will be sent to FMCSA specific email address. If web services option is used, the logs will be transferred via web services. 5. A confirmation dialog appears. Tap Confirm to send your logs via the selected method. Requirement No., Malfunction Code, Event Name, Description 4.6.1.1, P, Power Compliance Malfunction, More than 30 cumulative minutes of “Power Data Diagnostic” events in a 24-hour period 4.6.1.2, E, Engine Synchronization Malfunction, More than 30 cumulative minutes of no ECM connectivity in a 24-hour period 4.6.1.3, T, Timing Malfunction, The difference between ELD time and UTC exceeds 10 minutes 4.6.1.4, L, Position Malfunction, More than 60 cumulative minutes of no GPS on driving events in a 24-hour period 4.6.1.5, R, Data Recording Malfunction, The ELD storage has less than 10% of it’s storage capacity and may no longer record events 4.6.1.7, S, Data Transfer Malfunction, Once a data transfer data diagnostic event is generated, the monitoring frequency increases from once every 7 days to once every 24 hours. A data transfer malfunction is generated if the ELD stays in the unconfirmed data transfer mode following the next three consecutive monitoring checks. 4.6.1.8, O, Other Malfunction, N/A at this time Under penalties of perjury, I, Doug Swanson, hereby certify on behalf of BSM Technologies Inc. that ELD model ACMP01 and version 6.0 has been sufficiently tested to meet the functional requirements included in the technical specifications in the Appendix to subpart B of part 395, title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations, under the conditions in which the ELD would be used.
BSM ELD SFM7000 or RI7 or GO7, GO8 (by Geotab) 1.0 and newer BSMELD Download Download BSM Technologies Ltd. Self Revoked 5/8/2019 866-768-4771 sales@bsmtechnologies.com http://www.bsmtechnologies.com 75 International Blvd., Suite 100, Toronto/Ontario/M9W 6L9 The BSM ELD solution supports the telematics (electronic) data transfer method via wireless Web services and email. To use this during a roadside inspection, the following steps will apply: 1. Upon launching the BSM ELD app, select Inspection from the dashboard. 2. Select the HOS buttons on the top bar 3. Drivers may need to enter an output file comment provided by the inspector. 4. Finally, choose between email or web services. If the transfer is successful, you will receive a success message. If not successful, you will receive an error message, outlining the errors. Malfunction Code P: Power data malfunction: An ELD must monitor the data it receives from the engine ECM or alternative sources, and data record history to identify instances when it might not have complied with the power requirements. Driver’s actions for when a power data malfunction occurs: This may be caused by an intermittent or disconnected connection to the vehicle ECM. This is likely due to an install issue.Contact your carrier to get the install inspected if you’re unable to check yourself. Once investigated and the problem is found you may clear this event. Malfunction Code E: Engine synchronization compliance malfunction: An ELD must set an engine synchronization compliance malfunction, if connectivity to any of the required data sources is lost for more than 30 minutes during a 24-hour period aggregated across all driver profiles. Driver’s actions for when a engine synchronization compliance malfunction occurs: This may be caused by an intermittent or disconnected connection to the vehicle ECM. This is likely due to an install issue. Contact your carrier to get the install inspected if you’re unable to check yourself. Once investigated and the problem is found you may clear this event. Malfunction Code T: Timing compliance malfunction: The ELD must periodically cross-check its time with an external UTC source, and must record a timing compliance malfunction when it can no longer meet the underlying timing requirement of less than 10 minutes’ time deviation. Driver’s actions for when a timing compliance malfunction occurs: Check your mobile device’s phone time. Ensure it is set to acquire time automatically. Once investigated and the problem is found you may clear this event. Malfunction Code L: Positioning Compliance malfunction: An ELD must monitor elapsed time during periods when the ELD fails to acquire a valid position measurement within five miles of the CMV’s movement. When such elapsed time exceeds a cumulative 60 minutes over a 24-hour period, the ELD must set and record a positioning compliance malfunction. Driver’s actions for when a positioning Compliance malfunction occurs: This can be caused by temporary or permanent loss of GPS by the GO device. Contact your carrier to get the install inspected. If problem still persists, replace the GO device. Once investigated and the problem is found you may clear this event. Malfunction Code R: Data recording compliance malfunction: An ELD must monitor its storage capacity and integrity and must detect a data recording compliance malfunction if it can no longer record or retain required events, or retrieve recorded logs that are not otherwise cataloged remotely by the motor carrier. Driver’s actions for when a data recording compliance malfunction occurs: Contact your carrier to get in touch with Support as soon as possible.Once investigated and the problem is found you may clear this event. Malfunction Code S: Data transfer compliance malfunction: After an ELD records a data transfer data diagnostic event, the ELD must increase the frequency of the monitoring function to check at least once every 24-hour period. If the ELD stays in the unconfirmed data transfer mode following the next three consecutive monitoring checks, the ELD must detect a data transfer compliance malfunction. Driver’s actions for when a data transfer compliance malfunction occurs: Check your internet connection. If problem persists, contact your carrier. Once investigated and the problem is found you may clear this event. Malfunction Code O: “Other” ELD identified malfunction: The other ELD identified malfunction is not supported. Diagnostic Code: 1 Power data diagnostic: An ELD must monitor the data it receives from the engine ECM and data record history to identify instances when it may not have complied with the power requirements. Driver’s actions for when a power data diagnostic occurs: This may be caused by an intermittent or disconnected connection to the vehicle ECM. This is likely due to an install issue. Once investigated and the problem is resolved, the system will auto clear the event. Diagnostic Code: 2 Engine synchronization diagnostic: An ELD is required to establish a link to the engine ECM,and must record an engine synchronization data diagnostics event, when it no longer can acquire values for the ELD parameters required for records within five seconds. Driver’s actions for when a engine synchronization diagnostic occurs: This may be caused by an intermittent or disconnected connection to the vehicle ECM. This is likely due to an install issue. This may also be caused if the ELD is unable to pick up the required engine data from the vehicle ECM.Contact your carrier if the problem persists. Once investigated, and the problem is resolved, the system will auto clear the event. Diagnostic Code: 3 Missing required data elements data diagnostic: An ELD must monitor the completeness of the ELD event record information in relation to the required data elements for each event type, and must record a missing data element and data diagnostics event for the driver, if any required field is missing at the time of recording. Driver’s actions for when a missing required data elements data diagnostic occurs:This can be caused by the creation of a manual log by the driver when there is temporary loss of GPS by the GO device. If the driver does not enter an address manually when prompted by the “Where was this?” message, this diagnostic will be created. It can be resolved by selecting the “Where was this?” associated with the record and manually entering the missing data. Once investigated, and the problem is resolved, the system will auto clear the event. Diagnostic Code: 4 Data transfer data diagnostic: An ELD must implement in-service monitoring functions to verify that the data transfer mechanism(s) are continuing to function properly. An ELD must verify this functionality at least once every seven days. Driver’s actions for when a data transfer data diagnostic occurs: Check your internet connection. If problem persists, contact your carrier. Once investigated, and the problem is resolved, the system will auto clear the event. Diagnostic Code: 5 Unidentified driving records data diagnostic: If more than 30 minutes of driving in a 24-hour period shows unidentified driver on the ELD, the ELD must detect and record an unidentified driving record data diagnostic event, and the data diagnostic indicator must be turned on for all drivers logged in to that ELD for the current 24-hour period and the following seven days. Driver’s actions for when an unidentified driving records data occurs: Review all unassigned logs when logging in or logging out of the vehicle and ensure you have claimed any logs that may be applicable to yourself. If the unassigned logs are not yours, you can ignore this diagnostic event.Please note this event will automatically clear itself as logs get claimed. Diagnostic Code: 6 “Other” ELD identified diagnostic: The other ELD identified is not supported. Driver’s actions for when an “other” ELD identified diagnostic occurs: The other ELD identified is not supported. Under penalties of perjury, I, Andrew Rae, hereby certify on behalf of BSM Technologies Ltd. that ELD model SFM7000 or RI7 or GO7, GO8 (by Geotab) and version 1.0 and newer has been sufficiently tested to meet the functional requirements included in the technical specifications in the Appendix to subpart B of part 395, title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations, under the conditions in which the ELD would be used.
ELDMANDATE (Android ELM327) LBT26017 1.0.1905.190710 & up EMpt30 Download Download Bizringer Inc Self Revoked 12/15/2019 800-968-1869 info@eldmandate.biz http://eldmandate.biz 1221 E. Dyer Road Suite 250, Santa Ana, CA 92705 The LB Technology HOS provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. Selecting the Data Transfer button from the Main HOS Main Screen will display the list of supported data transfer options which are via Bluetooth, Email, and USB. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the LB Technology HOS to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file transferred is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The device's default email application will then be opened before sending the email to which the data will be transferred. • Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. The LB Technology's HOS ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the LB Technology HOS ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: • Power Malfunction • Engine Synchronization Malfunction • Timing Malfunction • Position Malfunction • Data Recording Malfunction • Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. The LB Technology ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The LB Technology ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android phones and tablets. Testing was performed using a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to a ELM327 engine connected device. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified using the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
ELDMANDATE (Android Geometris) LBT26018 1.0.1905.190710 EMpt30 Download Download Bizringer Inc Self Revoked 12/15/2019 800-968-1869 info@eldmandate.biz http://eldmandate.biz 1221 E. Dyer Road Suite 250, Santa Ana, CA 92705 The LB Technology HOS provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. Selecting the Data Transfer button from the Main HOS Main Screen will display the list of supported data transfer options which are via Bluetooth, Email, and USB. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the LB Technology HOS to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file transferred is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The device's default email application will then be opened before sending the email to which the data will be transferred. • Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. The LB Technology's HOS ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the LB Technology HOS ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: • Power Malfunction • Engine Synchronization Malfunction • Timing Malfunction • Position Malfunction • Data Recording Malfunction • Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. The LB Technology ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The LB Technology ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android phones and tablets. Testing was performed using a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to a ELM327 engine connected device. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified using the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
e-Track Certified ATS001 1.1.0.0 or above ATS001 Download Download ATS Fleet Management Solutions Self Revoked 9/1/2020 570-309-0060 joeb@abw.com http://www.atsfleettracking.com/ 3345 Silverstone, Plano 1. Open the app 2. Click on View Logs 3. Click on Email Logs 4. Click send Logs In addition to the malfunction and diagnostic event handling required by the ELD regulation, we also alert the user when the vehicle is in motion and there is no identified driver, as well as instances where the driver’s business records indicate that he or she is not in the correct vehicle. A team of 11 developers and QA testers have performed unit and functional tests of the ELD across multiple version of Android software and hardware, using both simulators and actual vehicles to generate data. The Project Manager and Test Team Leader worked through the Requirements Traceability Matrix to create tasks for the developers to ensure every requirement was met in the ELD. As we came across any item we did not have available, we generated a project plan for that particular item and assigned it to a developer for completion. Once the item was complete, we released it to the testing team for testing. All of our testing is manual and done from the user’s point of view. We do not use any type of automated testing. For failed tests, the tester emails the result to the Test Team Leader. The developer assigned to the particular task fixes the error and completes the corrective action process. Once the corrective action process is complete, the new code is released and turned back over to the tester for regression testing.
FleetOperate ELD JF-2017-01 1.0 KR1SHN Download Download Jackfruit Systems Inc. Self Revoked 12/9/2019 +1 888-849-5477 info@fleetoperate.com http://www.fleetoperate.com/ Unit#200, 421 Mulvey Ave E, Winnipeg, MB, R3L1Z8 ELD Data file transfer is supported through both email and webservices. 1. Following are the instructions to transfer ELD records through email: a.Access Inspection View, tap on the Inspection View option under hamburger Menu b. Click Email and then enter date range, your email id and optionally input your notes if applicable c. click submit to send transfer the ELD data file 2. Following are the instructions to transfer ELD records through webservice: a. Access Inspection View, tap on the Inspection View option under hamburger Menu b. Click 'Send Via Web-service' and then enter date range, and optionally input your notes if applicable c. click submit to send transfer the ELD data file 1. Following are the supported malfunctions: Engine Synchronization compliance malfunction Timing compliance malfunction Positioning compliance malfunction Data recording compliance malfunction Data transfer compliance malfunction Other ELD Malfunction 2. Following are the supported Data Diagnostic Events: Power data diagnostic event Engine synchronization data diagnostic event Missing required data element data diagnostic event Data transfer data diagnostic event Unidentified driving records data diagnostic event 1. I will not knowingly interfere with, disable, circumvent, or compromise any and all security controls, auditing, or monitoring enabled on FMCSA networks supporting ELDs. I will not knowingly introduce any malicious code into the system or the DOT network. 2. I will not share security-related information about the FMCSA information systems, software, or networks with entities outside the FMCSA unless otherwise authorized and approved in writing. I will not share any ELD-specific data, such as authentication values or private key information. 3. I will not pursue any other unspecified activities using FMCSA information systems resources that I know to be wrong, or that is patently outside the purpose of those systems in supporting FMCSA programs and the FMCSA mission. 4. I understand that violations of the above principles and practices may lead to reprimand and or civil or criminal prosecution. 5. I understand that the system is an official U.S. Federal Government web-based system and that my acceptance expressly gives assurance that I will comply with all U. S. Federal Government and Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations, policies, and procedures governing the protection, handling, processing, transmission, distribution, and destruction of sensitive unclassified information utilized by the system. I understand that I must comply with all restrictions, procedures, and processes specified in the ELD Rule.
Geotab GO7 - J. J. Keller Android Tablet G7C Version 3 and higher G7C003 Download Download J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. Self Revoked 800-327-1342 support@jjkeller.com www.jjkeller.com/elogs 3003 Breezewood Lane, Neenah, WI 54957 The J. J. Keller solution follows the "Telematics" approach. The ELD is capable of transferring data via email and web service. When choosing the Roadside Inspection icon from the Dashboard, drivers are presented with two options. The first allows the driver to send an output file (Data Transfer) to the roadside inspection official. The second (Roadside Inspection Mode) allows the official to review the necessary hours of service information on the mobile device. To perform the data transfer, the driver selects the "Data Transfer" option and then chooses the method (email or web service). The driver is able to enter a comment and will then receive a confirmation of the transfer success. To show the ELD data via display, the driver selects "Roadside Inspection Mode." All ELD data is available onscreen and includes the required header, graph grid, event detail, and unassigned events. These are the malfunction codes (7 codes): Code - Malfunction Description P - “Power Compliance” Malfunction – indicates that the ECM, its onboard sensors and data record history has identified that the ELD may not have complied with power requirement, and has caused an understatement of 30 minutes or more has elapsed over a 24-hr period. E - “Engine Synchronization Compliance” malfunction – indicates connectivity to any of the required data sources is lost for more than 30 min during a 24-hr period. T - “Timing Compliance” Malfunction – indicates that the ELD can no longer meet the requirement to cross-check it’s time to an accurate external UTC Source. L - “Positioning Compliance” Malfunction – indicates that the ELD fails to acquire a valid position measurement within 5 miles of the CMV’s movement and the elapsed time exceeds a cumulative 60 min over a 24-hr period. R - “Data Recording Compliance” Malfunction – indicates that the ELD can no longer record or retain required events or retrieve recorded logs that are not otherwise cataloged remotely by the motor carrier. S - “Data Transfer Compliance” Malfunction – indicates that the ELD’s monitoring of the data transfer mechanism has failed for three consecutive monitoring checks (each occurring at least once every 24-hr period). O - “Other” ELD detected malfunction – ELD provider-specific malfunction values to communicate the ELD’s malfunction or non-compliant state to the operator. These are the Data Diagnostic codes (6 codes): Code - Data Diagnostic Event 1 - “Power data diagnostic” event – indicates that the ELD may not have complied with the power requirements. 2 - “Engine synchronization data diagnostic” event – occurs when connectivity to required data sources is lost and the ELD can no longer acquire updated values for the ELD parameters with 5 seconds of the need. 3 - “Missing required data elements data diagnostic” event – occurs when the ELD event record information is deficient in relation to the required data elements for each event type. 4 - “Data transfer data diagnostic” event – occurs when the ELD fails to confirm proper in-service operation of the data transfer mechanism (this check is performed at least once every 7 days). 5 - “Unidentified driving records data diagnostic” event – occurs when more than 30 min of driving in a 24hr period show the ‘unidentified driver’ on the ELD. This event triggers an indicator that is then turn on for all drivers logged into that ELD for the current 24-hr period and the following 7 days. 6 - “Other” ELD identified diagnostic event – ELD provider-specific data diagnostic values to communicate the ELD’s malfunction or non-compliant state to the operator We created a suite of both manual and automated tests, based on each of the individual regulations and the testing procedures document, and executed them both at our testing benches and in vehicles.
GFI eLogs Android Calamp 4230 and Calamp 3030 1.0.1919.191121 GFI002 Download Download GFI Systems Inc. Self Revoked 6/24/2020 1-855-434-4477 eld@gfisystems.ca http://www.gfisystems.ca #404, 10158 - 13 Ave, Edmonton, AB T5J 0X6 The GFI eLogs provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email and USB. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the GFI eLogs to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file transferred is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The device's default email application will then be opened before sending the email to which the data will be transferred. Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. The GFI eLogs ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the GFI eLogs ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: Power Malfunction Engine Synchronization Malfunction Timing Malfunction Position Malfunction Data Recording Malfunction Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. The GFI eLogs ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The GFI eLogs ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the CalAmp 4230 engine connected devices. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
GFI eLogs iOS Calamp 4230 and 3030 1919.191121.1 GFI001 Download Download GFI Systems Inc. Self Revoked 6/24/2020 1-855-434-4477 eld@gfisystems.ca http://www.gfisystems.ca #404, 10158 - 13 Ave, Edmonton, AB T5J 0X6 The GFI eLogs provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email and USB. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the GFI eLogs to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file transferred is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The device's default email application will then be opened before sending the email to which the data will be transferred. Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. The GFI eLogs ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the GFI eLogs ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: Power Malfunction Engine Synchronization Malfunction Timing Malfunction Position Malfunction Data Recording Malfunction Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. The GFI eLogs ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The GFI eLogs ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the CalAmp 4230 engine connected devices. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
GFI eLogs Calamp 4230 and Calamp 3030 1919.191121.1 GFI001 Download Download GFI Systems Inc. Self Revoked 6/24/2020 1-855-434-4477 eld@gfisystems.ca http://www.gfisystems.ca #404, 10158 - 13 Ave, Edmonton, AB T5J 0X6 The GFI eLogs provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email and USB. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the GFI eLogs to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file transferred is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The device's default email application will then be opened before sending the email to which the data will be transferred. Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. The GFI eLogs ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the GFI eLogs ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: Power Malfunction Engine Synchronization Malfunction Timing Malfunction Position Malfunction Data Recording Malfunction Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. The GFI eLogs ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The GFI eLogs ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the CalAmp 4230 engine connected devices. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
J. J. Keller ELD – Android Compliance Tablet 2.5 25C Version 3 and higher 25C003 Download Download J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. Self Revoked 800-327-1342 support@jjkeller.com www.jjkeller.com/elogs 3003 Breezewood Lane, Neenah, WI 54957 The J. J. Keller solution follows the "Telematics" approach. The ELD is capable of transferring data via email and web service. When choosing the Roadside Inspection icon from the Dashboard, drivers are presented with two options. The first allows the driver to send an output file (Data Transfer) to the roadside inspection official. The second (Roadside Inspection Mode) allows the official to review the necessary hours of service information on the mobile device. To perform the data transfer, the driver selects the "Data Transfer" option and then chooses the method (email or web service). The driver is able to enter a comment and will then receive a confirmation of the transfer success. To show the ELD data via display, the driver selects "Roadside Inspection Mode." All ELD data is available onscreen and includes the required header, graph grid, event detail, and unassigned events. These are the malfunction codes (7 codes): Code - Malfunction Description P - “Power Compliance” Malfunction – indicates that the ECM, its onboard sensors and data record history has identified that the ELD may not have complied with power requirement, and has caused an understatement of 30 minutes or more has elapsed over a 24-hr period. E - “Engine Synchronization Compliance” malfunction – indicates connectivity to any of the required data sources is lost for more than 30 min during a 24-hr period. T - “Timing Compliance” Malfunction – indicates that the ELD can no longer meet the requirement to cross-check it’s time to an accurate external UTC Source. L - “Positioning Compliance” Malfunction – indicates that the ELD fails to acquire a valid position measurement within 5 miles of the CMV’s movement and the elapsed time exceeds a cumulative 60 min over a 24-hr period. R - “Data Recording Compliance” Malfunction – indicates that the ELD can no longer record or retain required events or retrieve recorded logs that are not otherwise cataloged remotely by the motor carrier. S - “Data Transfer Compliance” Malfunction – indicates that the ELD’s monitoring of the data transfer mechanism has failed for three consecutive monitoring checks (each occurring at least once every 24-hr period). O - “Other” ELD detected malfunction – ELD provider-specific malfunction values to communicate the ELD’s malfunction or non-compliant state to the operator. These are the Data Diagnostic codes (6 codes): Code - Data Diagnostic Event 1 - “Power data diagnostic” event – indicates that the ELD may not have complied with the power requirements. 2 - “Engine synchronization data diagnostic” event – occurs when connectivity to required data sources is lost and the ELD can no longer acquire updated values for the ELD parameters with 5 seconds of the need. 3 - “Missing required data elements data diagnostic” event – occurs when the ELD event record information is deficient in relation to the required data elements for each event type. 4 - “Data transfer data diagnostic” event – occurs when the ELD fails to confirm proper in-service operation of the data transfer mechanism (this check is performed at least once every 7 days). 5 - “Unidentified driving records data diagnostic” event – occurs when more than 30 min of driving in a 24hr period show the ‘unidentified driver’ on the ELD. This event triggers an indicator that is then turn on for all drivers logged into that ELD for the current 24-hr period and the following 7 days. 6 - “Other” ELD identified diagnostic event – ELD provider-specific data diagnostic values to communicate the ELD’s malfunction or non-compliant state to the operator We created a suite of both manual and automated tests, based on each of the individual regulations and the testing procedures document, and executed them both at our testing benches and in vehicles.
J. J. Keller ELD - Android Tablet 2.0 20C Version 3 and higher 20C003 Download Download J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. Self Revoked 800-327-1342 support@jjkeller.com www.jjkeller.com/elogs 3003 Breezewood Lane, Neenah, WI 54957 The J. J. Keller solution follows the "Telematics" approach. The ELD is capable of transferring data via email and web service. When choosing the Roadside Inspection icon from the Dashboard, drivers are presented with two options. The first allows the driver to send an output file (Data Transfer) to the roadside inspection official. The second (Roadside Inspection Mode) allows the official to review the necessary hours of service information on the mobile device. To perform the data transfer, the driver selects the "Data Transfer" option and then chooses the method (email or web service). The driver is able to enter a comment and will then receive a confirmation of the transfer success. To show the ELD data via display, the driver selects "Roadside Inspection Mode." All ELD data is available onscreen and includes the required header, graph grid, event detail, and unassigned events. These are the malfunction codes (7 codes): Code - Malfunction Description P - “Power Compliance” Malfunction – indicates that the ECM, its onboard sensors and data record history has identified that the ELD may not have complied with power requirement, and has caused an understatement of 30 minutes or more has elapsed over a 24-hr period. E - “Engine Synchronization Compliance” malfunction – indicates connectivity to any of the required data sources is lost for more than 30 min during a 24-hr period. T - “Timing Compliance” Malfunction – indicates that the ELD can no longer meet the requirement to cross-check it’s time to an accurate external UTC Source. L - “Positioning Compliance” Malfunction – indicates that the ELD fails to acquire a valid position measurement within 5 miles of the CMV’s movement and the elapsed time exceeds a cumulative 60 min over a 24-hr period. R - “Data Recording Compliance” Malfunction – indicates that the ELD can no longer record or retain required events or retrieve recorded logs that are not otherwise cataloged remotely by the motor carrier. S - “Data Transfer Compliance” Malfunction – indicates that the ELD’s monitoring of the data transfer mechanism has failed for three consecutive monitoring checks (each occurring at least once every 24-hr period). O - “Other” ELD detected malfunction – ELD provider-specific malfunction values to communicate the ELD’s malfunction or non-compliant state to the operator. These are the Data Diagnostic codes (6 codes): Code - Data Diagnostic Event 1 - “Power data diagnostic” event – indicates that the ELD may not have complied with the power requirements. 2 - “Engine synchronization data diagnostic” event – occurs when connectivity to required data sources is lost and the ELD can no longer acquire updated values for the ELD parameters with 5 seconds of the need. 3 - “Missing required data elements data diagnostic” event – occurs when the ELD event record information is deficient in relation to the required data elements for each event type. 4 - “Data transfer data diagnostic” event – occurs when the ELD fails to confirm proper in-service operation of the data transfer mechanism (this check is performed at least once every 7 days). 5 - “Unidentified driving records data diagnostic” event – occurs when more than 30 min of driving in a 24hr period show the ‘unidentified driver’ on the ELD. This event triggers an indicator that is then turn on for all drivers logged into that ELD for the current 24-hr period and the following 7 days. 6 - “Other” ELD identified diagnostic event – ELD provider-specific data diagnostic values to communicate the ELD’s malfunction or non-compliant state to the operator We created a suite of both manual and automated tests, based on each of the individual regulations and the testing procedures document, and executed them both at our testing benches and in vehicles.
Octo Fleet OCTOFLEET01 1.0.0 OELD01 Download Download Octo Telematics North America, LLC Self Revoked 11/19/2018 (617) 916-1080 info@octousa.com www.octousa.com 134 Rumford Ave, Suite 302, Newton, MA 02466 Since the Octo ELD solution is a telematics device, only electronic data transfer methods will be supported - via email and web services. Here are the steps for the electronic data transfer: Via Email: In the Smartphone App: 1. In the DOT Inspection Mode, the Driver or the Authorized Safety Official can just scroll down to the section for data transfer of the ELD records 2. In the “Share data with FMCSA via email” section, the email address for receiving the ELD data file, fmcsaeldsub@dot.gov, is defaulted 3. The Driver or Authorized Safety Official can add a note/reference code in a text box, and then press the “Send Mail” button 4. The email will be sent out with an attachment of the standard ELD data output file, which will contain data for the current day + prior seven days Via Web Services:  In the Smartphone App: 1. In the DOT Inspection Mode, the Driver or the Authorized Safety Official can just scroll down to the section for data transfer of the ELD records. 2. In the “Share data with FMCSA via web service” section, press the button “Send Data” to send the ELD data file to the FMCSA. The ELD data output file will contain data for the current day + prior seven days E01. JBus device connected to vehicle ECM is not collecting/reporting data (Remedy: Replace JBus device; use paper logs instead) E02. JBus adaptor cable is damaged and device cannot collect data (Remedy: Replace Adaptor cable; use paper logs instead) E03. ELD Smartphone App malfunctions a) Driver credentials don't work (Remedy: Reset password; Have Fleet Manager correct/issue new credentials) b) Driver cannot change Duty Status (Remedy: Update to the latest version of the app for iOS/Android or re-install ELD App) c) Duty Status information is incorrect in the ELD App (Remedy: Register a trouble ticket to investigate/correct the information; use paper logs instead) d) Driver cannot send email with ELD attachment (Remedy: Contact Fleet Manager to send via email the ELD data from the ELD Web Application) e) Driver cannot send web services with ELD data (Remedy: Contact Fleet Manager to send ELD data via web services from the ELD Web Application) f) There is no wireless/cellular coverage for the smartphone to connect to the ELD application back-end to show info (Remedy: Contact Fleet Manager to send via email the ELD Date) Octo has conducted extensive internal testing to ensure that the ELD application conforms with the ELD requirements published by FMCSA.
ONE20 F-ELD for Android PT30 1.1 or higher ONE20A Download Download ONE20, Inc. Self Revoked 6/18/2018 1-888-986-6320 f-eld@one20.com www.ONE20.com 1300 Oakside Circle, Chanhassen MN 55317 ONE20’s F-ELD solution supports two methods of data transfer: Email and Web Services. Email: To send your logs via email, tap the Roadside icon at the bottom of the screen. The Roadside Inspection screen displays. In the Roadside Inspection screen, tap the Send button. You will be prompted to enter an optional Output File Comment. Enter this if directed by the roadside official, otherwise leave it blank and tap Next. Upon tapping Next, you will be prompted by which method you wish to transfer your logs: Email or Web Services. Tap on Email. Tap on “FMCSA LOGS”, not CSV. Available apps display. Note that depending on what apps you have installed on your device, you may see different sharing apps in this screen. Using your preferred Email method, send the automatically-attached CSV file. Web Services: To send your logs via Web Services, tap the Roadside icon at the bottom of the screen. The Roadside Inspection screen displays. In the Roadside Inspection screen, tap the Send button. You will be prompted to enter an optional Output File Comment. Enter this if directed by the roadside official, otherwise leave it blank and tap Next. Upon tapping Next, you will be prompted by which method you wish to transfer your logs: Email or Web Services. Tap on Web Services. Confirm the transfer by tapping Send Now. An XML file of your log will be transferred to the FMCSA for the roadside official to access and review. ONE20 F-ELD monitors, detects, and supports all standard required ELD system malfunctions and data diagnostics, including: - Power compliance malfunction - Engine synchronization compliance malfunction - Timing compliance malfunction - Positioning compliance malfunction - Data transfer compliance malfunction - Power data diagnostic event - Engine synchronization data diagnostic event - Missing required data elements data diagnostic event - Data transfer data diagnostic event - Unidentified Driving records data diagnostic event The ONE20 F-ELD has been tested against the FMCSA-provided Test Plan in the appendix to Subpart B of Part 395 of Title 49, Code of Federal Regulations. With the exception of the Web Service transfer tests, all in-truck and scripted tests that were included in the FMCSA Test Plan were executed and passed. The in-truck tests from the FMCSA Test Plan were executed by professional drivers in over twelve trucks over the past several months. The scripted tests from the FMCSA Test Plan were executed independently by ONE20 staff and third-party auditors. Two vehicles were used for testing. The first was a 2011 Roadmaster RV with a J1939 engine bus; the second was a 2005 Peterbilt 379 with a J1708 engine bus. Prior to these tests, months of simulated tests were performed on the PT30 Truck Adapter hardware device internally by ONE20 and externally at the device’s manufacturing facility.
ONE20 F-ELD for iOS PT30 1.1 or higher ONE20I Download Download ONE20, Inc. Self Revoked 6/18/2018 1-888-986-6320 f-eld@one20.com www.ONE20.com 1300 Oakside Circle, Chanhassen MN 55317 ONE20’s F-ELD solution supports two methods of data transfer: Email and Web Services. Email: To send your logs via email, tap the Roadside icon at the bottom of the screen. The Roadside Inspection screen displays. In the Roadside Inspection screen, tap the Send button. You will be prompted to enter an optional Output File Comment. Enter this if directed by the roadside official, otherwise leave it blank and tap Next. Upon tapping Next, you will be prompted by which method you wish to transfer your logs: Email or Web Services. Tap on Email. Tap on “FMCSA LOGS”, not CSV. Available apps display. Note that depending on what apps you have installed on your device, you may see different sharing apps in this screen. Using your preferred Email method, send the automatically-attached CSV file. Web Services: To send your logs via Web Services, tap the Roadside icon at the bottom of the screen. The Roadside Inspection screen displays. In the Roadside Inspection screen, tap the Send button. You will be prompted to enter an optional Output File Comment. Enter this if directed by the roadside official, otherwise leave it blank and tap Next. Upon tapping Next, you will be prompted by which method you wish to transfer your logs: Email or Web Services. Tap on Web Services. Confirm the transfer by tapping Send Now. An XML file of your log will be transferred to the FMCSA for the roadside official to access and review. ONE20 F-ELD monitors, detects, and supports all standard required ELD system malfunctions and data diagnostics, including: - Engine synchronization compliance malfunction - Timing compliance malfunction - Positioning compliance malfunction - Data transfer compliance malfunction - Power data diagnostic event - Engine synchronization data diagnostic event - Missing required data elements data diagnostic event - Data transfer data diagnostic event - Unidentified Driving records data diagnostic event The ONE20 F-ELD has been tested against the FMCSA-provided Test Plan in the appendix to Subpart B of Part 395 of Title 49, Code of Federal Regulations. With the exception of the Web Service transfer tests, all in-truck and scripted tests that were included in the FMCSA Test Plan were executed and passed. The in-truck tests from the FMCSA Test Plan were executed by professional drivers in over twelve trucks over the past several months. The scripted tests from the FMCSA Test Plan were executed independently by ONE20 staff and third-party auditors. Two vehicles were used for testing. The first was a 2011 Roadmaster RV with a J1939 engine bus; the second was a 2005 Peterbilt 379 with a J1708 engine bus. Prior to these tests, months of simulated tests were performed on the PT30 Truck Adapter hardware device internally by ONE20 and externally at the device’s manufacturing facility.
SmartguniteELD 001 1.0 smeld1 Download Download Strong Industries Inc. Self Revoked 6/8/2020 281-847-9304 sales@strongweigh.com http://strongweigh.com 13617 Ralph Culver Rd., Houston, TX 77086 Testing Testing testing
SmartguniteELD 001 1.0 smeld1 Download Download Strong Industries Inc. Self Revoked 6/1/2020 281-847-9304 sales@strongweigh.com http://strongweigh.com 13617 Ralph Culver Rd., Houston, TX 77086 Testing Testing testing
TM-ELD TM-200 2.2.50 TM0002 Download Download TFM GROUP INC. Self Revoked 1/27/2020 877-862-0020 sales@tfmeld.com www.tfmeld.com 714 ENTERPRISE DR, OAK BROOK/ILLINOIS/60523 TM-ELD provides an easy way for authorized officers to inspect driver’s logs. After logging in to TM-ELD following the steps described in TM-ELD User Manual, a driver must tap on DOT Inspection Mode in the bottom of the main screen. TM-ELD supports three different ways to provide driver’s logs to DOT inspector: 1. Direct inspection • In order to let an authorized officer inspect a driver’s logs directly from mobile device, a driver has to tap Begin button. • Driver’s logs will appear on the screen in the standard daily log format. Driver needs to hand the authorized officer his/her mobile device. • An authorized officer can use the arrows to navigate days. • Driver must tap on the back arrow to exit DOT Inspection Mode. 2. E-mail driver’s logs • In this case driver needs to tap on Send logs button. • On the screen opened driver chooses Via E-mail and tap on Send button. • Before sending, driver can also add a comment. • Driver must tap on the back arrow to exit DOT Inspection Mode. 3. Send driver’s logs via Webservice • In this case driver needs to tap on Send logs button. • On the screen opened driver chooses Via Webservice and tap on Send button. • Before sending, driver can also add a comment. • Driver must tap on the back arrow to exit DOT Inspection Mode. P Power compliance malfunction E Engine syncronization compliance malfunction T Timing compliance malfunction L Positioning compliance malfunction R Data record compliance malfunction S Data transfer compliance malfunction O Other ELD detected malfunction 1 Power data diagnostic error 2 Engine syncronization data diagnostic error 3 Missing required data elements data diagnostic error 4 Data transfer data diagnostic error 5 Unidentified driving records data diagnostic error 6 Other ELD identified diagnostic error ELD malfunctions and data diagnostic events (§ 395.34) (a) Recordkeeping during ELD malfunctions. In case of an ELD malfunction, a driver must do the following: - Note the malfunction of the ELD and provide written notice of the malfunction to the motor carrier within 24 hours; - Reconstruct the record of duty status for the current 24-hour period and the previous 7 consecutive days, and record the records of duty status on graph-grid paper logs that comply with § 395.8, unless the driver already possesses the records or the records are retrievable from the ELD; and - Continue to manually prepare a record of duty status in accordance with § 395.8 until the ELD is serviced and brought back into compliance with this subpart. (b) Inspections during malfunctions. When a driver is inspected for hours of service compliance during an ELD malfunction, the driver must provide the authorized safety official the driver's records of duty status manually kept as specified under paragraphs (a)(2) and (3) of this section. (c) Driver requirements during ELD data diagnostic events. If an ELD indicates that there is a data inconsistency that generates a data diagnostic event, the driver must follow the motor carrier's and ELD provider's recommendations in resolving the data inconsistency. (d) Motor carrier requirements: - Provide drivers with an instruction sheet describing the various ELD malfunction events and recordkeeping procedures (§395.22) - Provide drivers with a supply of 8 days’ worth of blank paper driver records (§395.22) - Repair, replace, or service (395.34) TM-ELD Model TM-200 and version 2.2.50. has been sufficiently tested to meet the functional requirements included in the technical specifications in the Appendix to subpart B of part 395, title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations, under the conditions in which the ELD would be used. Certification procedure follows the guidelines set forth by the Electronic Logging Device (ELD) test Plan and Procedures published by the United States Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA).
TraceIT ELD XTELD01 v2.0 and newer TELD01 Download Download TraceIT LLC Self Revoked 5/9/2019 214-495-1921 Sales@TraceIT.co http://www.TraceIT.co 17217 Waterview Pkwy, Ste 1.202H, Dallas, TX 75252 1. Under HOS Logs, press the "DOT Inspection" link in the top right corner 2. Press the "Begin Inspection" button 3. Press the "Transmit" button 4. Enter a file comment 5. Select either Web Service or Email Power Compliance - All drive time of the vehicle is monitored and recorded, even if the mobile tablet is not connected to the vehicle's ELD hardware. Aggregated in-motion driving time understatements of 30 minutes or more are indicated as a Power Malfunction. Engine Synchronization - Required data sources from the vehicle are monitored by the ELD hardware at all times; any missing data events are reported and indicated as an Engine Synchronization Malfunction. Timing - Any variations in time between the ELD Hardware and the carrier network are reported and indicated as a Timing Malfunction. Positioning - Accuracy of the ELD Hardware positioning is monitored against the number of satellites and the level of the GPS Signal with continual checks. Position Malfunctions are reported and indicated when the device is unable to acquire a valid position measurement within 5 miles of the CMV's movement. Data Recording - The ELD Hardware, mobile handheld devices and backend portal are monitored for connectivity and storage capacity on a 24-hour basis. A Data Recording Malfunction is reported and indicated when a record cannot be recorded, retained or retrieved. Data Transfer - Periodic automated checks of successful data transfers to FMCSA are performed at lease once every 7 days from the mobile handheld devices and the backend portal. Any detected errors in transmission are recorded and indicated. TraceIT ELD was rigorously tested against the published ELD Test Plan and Procedures using the TraceIT ELD Hardware connected to several standard tractor trailer models (including Volvo, Mack and Freightliner). The solution comprises a combination of mobile app running on either Apple IOS or Android handheld devices and the backend TraceIT Portal. Hardware interface and engine synchronization was tested using the J1939 and J1708 protocols using TraceIT provided cable harness for Deutsch 6/9 pin connectors and OBD-II connectors on Freightliner and Volvo trucks. Tests were verified by output from the mobile app, the web portal and with specific ELD data elements within the backend database servers. A series of regressive tests were performed by task developers, lead developers, Quality Assurance team and the company CTO. Testing may be replicated by the agency by contacting TraceIT to setup a test Motor Carrier and Driver account to replicate the conditions needed to evaluate the product. Under penalties of perjury, I, William H. White, hereby certify on behalf of TraceIT LLC that ELD model XTELD01 and version v2.0 and newer has been sufficiently tested to meet the functional requirements included in the technical specifications in the Appendix to subpart B of part 395, title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations, under the conditions in which the ELD would be used.
Trucker Path ELD iOS VT-001 2900 TPATHI Download Download Trucker Path Self Revoked 1/1/2020 757-941-7806 eldsupport@truckerpath.com https://truckerpath.com/ 205 W 9th Street, Austin/TX/78701 The Trucker Path ELD provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email, and web service. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the Trucker Path ELD to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The email is then automatically sent to the FMCSA email address specified in the ELD Provider Registration website: fmcsaeldsub@dot.gov • Transfer via Web Service - this option enables the user to transfer files to FMCSA via Web Services. The Web Service data transfer follows the following standards: WSDL, SOAP, XML. The Trucker Path ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the Trucker Path ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android & iOS notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: Power Malfunction Engine Synchronization Malfunction Timing Malfunction Position Malfunction Data Recording Malfunction Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. The Trucker Path ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The Trucker Path ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android & iOS phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the Pacific Track engine connected device. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
Trucker Path ELD Android VT-001 2.9.0.0 TPATHA Download Download Trucker Path Self Revoked 1/1/2020 757-941-7806 eldsupport@truckerpath.com https://truckerpath.com/ 205 W 9th Street, Austin/TX/78701 Data Transfer Description – Android Registrations The Trucker Path ELD provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email, USB, and web service. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the Trucker Path ELD to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The email is then automatically sent to the FMCSA email address specified in the ELD Provider Registration website: fmcsaeldsub@dot.gov • Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. • Transfer via Web Service - this option enables the user to transfer files to FMCSA via Web Services. The Web Service data transfer follows the following standards: WSDL, SOAP, XML. Malfunctions The Trucker Path ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the Trucker Path ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android & iOS notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: Power Malfunction Engine Synchronization Malfunction Timing Malfunction Position Malfunction Data Recording Malfunction Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. Certifying Statement of FMCSA Regulation Testing The Trucker Path ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The Trucker Path ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android & iOS phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the Pacific Track engine connected device. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
VDO RoadLog ELD 3290 12.01.00 and above RDLG01 Download Download Continental Self Revoked 8/31/2020 855-762-3564 roadlog-support@vdo.com http://www.vdoroadlog.com 6755 Snowdrift Rd, Allentown/PA/18106 VDO RoadLog ELD provides an instant printout as a means of data transfer to the Enforcement. Furthermore Bluetooth and USB (optionally web services and e-mail) can be supported contingent upon FMCSA’s readiness with such infrastructure. Table of Content 1 USB Roadside Inspection Flow 2 Bluetooth Roadside Inspection 1 USB Roadside Inspection Flow To perform roadside inspection on RoadLog using the USB data transfer method, the enforcement officer needs to provide to the user of the RoadLog a USB device with the following characteristics: - Mass storage device (class 08) - File system : FAT 32 - A text file used for authentication, as described in section in section 4.10.1.3 Data Transfer via USB 2.0 from the ELD rule. The roadside inspection using the USB data transfer method can be trigged in 2 ways: - By inserting the US Enforcement USB flash drive in the USB port - By selecting [USB Transfer] option from the HOS Logs Roadside Inspection screen US HOS version - In both situations, in the HOS Logs Roadside Inspection screen, the user needs to select the driver for whom the roadside inspection is performed. If the roadside inspection was triggered by selection [USB Transfer] option in the HOS Logs Roadside Inspection screen and no USB was inserted at that moment, RoadLog device will prompt the user to insert the USB. After the enforcement USB drive is inserted and authenticated, RoadLog will allow the user to insert the output comment for the ELD data output file that is generated, if required: When the user is ready to transfer the data he will select [Continue] option. While the transfer of data is in progress, the RoadLog will display Transfer in Progress screen. When the transfer is completed, RoadLog will notify the user by displaying the Transfer Completed notification bar. 2 Bluetooth Roadside Inspection To initiate the roadside inspection via BT, the user has to select [Bluetooth Transfer] option in HOS Logs Roadside Inspection screen. When this is selected, RoadLog device will become discoverable and will be able to initiate the communication with a remote enforcement BT device. The name of the RoadLog visible on the enforcement’s BT device will be RoadLog followed by the Vehicle Number. The enforcement officer needs to select the RoadLog device to enable the transfer of data. After the RoadLog is selected, the device will generate the pairing key and display it on the screen. The enforcement BT device shall use the pairing key generated by RoadLog to enable the connection. After the BT connection is established, RoadLog will allow the user to insert the output comment for the ELD data output file that is generated, if required. When the user is ready to transfer the data he will select [Continue] option. While the transfer of data is in progress, the RoadLog will display Transfer in Progress screen. When the transfer is completed, RoadLog will notify the user by displaying the Transfer Completed notification bar. 3 Printout To initiate the roadside inspection via printout, the user has to select [Print] option in HOS Logs Roadside Inspection screen, after selecting the driver for whom the inspection shall be performed. When Print option is selected, RoadLog will prompt the user to select the number of days that need to be printed in the Log Printout Options screen. After selecting [Print] in the screen, RoadLog will generated the printout while displaying Printing in Progress screen. The list of malfunctions include, but it is not limited to the following: Power Compliance Malfunction PWRFail Engine Synchronization Compliance Malfunction ECMFail Timing compliance malfunction TimeFail Positioning compliance malfunction PositionFail Data recording compliance malfunction RECFail Other ELD detected malfunction MEMFail Data transfer malfunction for the USB interface USBFail Data transfer malfunction for the Bluetooth interface BTError Power data diagnostic event PowerError Engine synchronization data diagnostic ECMError Missing required data elements data diagnostic ElemError Data transfer data diagnostic event for the USB interface USBError Data transfer data diagnostic event for the Bluetooth interface BTError Unidentified driving records data diagnostic event UDAError USB Communication Error self diagnostic EXTERR USB unknown file system self diagnostic FATERR USB unknown class self diagnostic CLSERR Continental uses internal processes to validate software against the requirements of the ELD regulation. Those processes at a minimum meet or exceed the test cases provided by FMCSA. The detailed Quality Assurance Plan and Quality Concept can be provided upon request.
ZED ELD IOT-02, IOT-03 3.8 ZEDELD Download Download Zed Connect Inc. Self Revoked (888) 315-9788 support@zed-eld.com https://zed-eld.com/ 23975 Park Sorrento Suite 100, Calabasas, CA 91302 In order to access the 8 Day DOT roadside inspection report, the driver must be logged in to the ZED application on the mobile device. To access the DOT Report, tap “History” tab along the bottom of the application screen. The “History” screen is also where the driver can edit and certify their logs. NOTE: Days with a “!” symbol beside the date are uncertified. NOTE: If a log is edited it must be recertified. Tap “RODS Report” in the upper left of the screen to view the RODS report within the device. A Driver then provides the DOT Report to a DOT Officer by tapping “Export” in the upper right of the application. A pop-up box appears, prompting the user to select the export method. The Export Options are: 1. PDF file that can be viewed on the device screen, printed (a wireless printer is needed), or e-mailed. 2. DOT Data File Transfer to FMCSA. Option 2 would take the user to a page to input the officer's PIN as output file comment, and complete the transfer via web upload or encrypted email. Note 1: There is an optional feature that allows e-mailing a PDF copy of the file to a user-specified e-mail address. This an optional feature and is not a FMCSA requirement and does not qualify as electronic data file submission. Note 2: The mobile device must be connected to the internet for electronic file submission. Summary of Implemented Malfunctions: 1) Power Compliance Malfunction: If the adapter is not powered on for an accumulated 30 minutes over a 24 hour period while the vehicle is in motion, then a power compliance malfunction is triggered. Once triggered, the system notifies both the driver and the motor carrier of the incident. 2) Engine Synchronization Compliance Malfunction: If the adapter portion of the ELD fails to retrieve any of the required ECM data within 5 seconds or the mobile device portion of the ELD fails to retrieve any of the required values within 5 seconds and the failure to retrieve the values in a timely manner fail for more than 30 minutes during a 24 hour period aggregated across all driver profiles, then an engine synchronization compliance malfunction is triggered. Once triggered, the system notifies both the driver and the motor carrier of the incident. 3) Timing Compliance Malfunction: the ELD cross-checks the time with the external GPS generated UTC source on the adapter. If there is a discrepancy, a timing compliance malfunction is generated. Once triggered, the system notifies both the driver and the motor carrier of the incident. 4) Positioning Compliance Malfunction: the ELD checks the positioning of the vehicle once every 5 miles, when an accumulated 60 minutes of invalid positioning has been logged over a 24 hour period, a positioning compliance malfunction is recorded. Once triggered, the system notifies both the driver and the motor carrier of the incident. 5) Data Recording Malfunction: the storage of the device is checked every time a new record is logged. If the device is running out of memory, the user will be warned. If the device runs out of memory and can no longer store new records, a data recording malfunction will be recorded. Once triggered, the system notifies both the driver and the motor carrier of the incident. ZED Connect retained a third-party consultant, who is a former state highway patrol officer, former FMCSA investigator, and industry-known subject matter expert, to conduct a comprehensive review of the ZED ELD solution. Intensive internal testing and field testing was conducted and feedback was incorporated into the product functionality requirements. All identified required changes were implemented. The ELD compliance test procedure was used to validate conformity to each of the technical specifications in the ELD ruleset.