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TitleTeltonika FM6320
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Table of contents

1 INTRODUCTION .................................................................................................................... 6

1.1 ATTENTION ............................................................................................................................ 6
1.2 INSTRUCTIONS OF SAFETY ......................................................................................................... 7
1.3 LEGAL NOTICE ........................................................................................................................ 7
1.4 ABOUT DOCUMENT ................................................................................................................. 7

2 BASIC DESCRIPTION .............................................................................................................. 8

2.1 PACKAGE CONTENTS ................................................................................................................ 8
2.2 BASIC CHARACTERISTICS ........................................................................................................... 8
2.3 MECHANICAL FEATURES ........................................................................................................... 9
2.4 TECHNICAL INFORMATION ABOUT INTERNAL BATTERY! ................................................................. 10
BATTERY DISPOSAL INSTRUCTIONS: ....................................................................................................... 10
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS .............................................................................................................. 11
2.5 ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS ............................................................................................... 13

3 CONNECTION AND PINOUT ................................................................................................ 13

3.1 SIM CARD INSERT SCHEME ...................................................................................................... 13
3.2 INSTALLING FM6320 DRIVERS ................................................................................................ 15
3.3 NAVIGATE LED ..................................................................................................................... 16
3.4 STATUS LED ........................................................................................................................ 16
3.5 SOCKET 210 PINOUT ........................................................................................................... 17
3.6 USB ................................................................................................................................... 18
3.7 ACCESSORIES........................................................................................................................ 18

4 FIRMWARE ......................................................................................................................... 25

4.1 UPDATING FIRMWARE USING USB CABLE .................................................................................. 25

5 OPERATIONAL BASICS ........................................................................................................ 26

5.1 OPERATIONAL PRINCIPLES ....................................................................................................... 26
5.2 OPERATIONAL MODES ........................................................................................................... 26
5.3 ACCELEROMETER .................................................................................................................. 26
5.4 VIRTUAL ODOMETER ............................................................................................................. 27
5.5 PROFILES ............................................................................................................................. 27
5.6 FEATURES ............................................................................................................................ 27

5.6.1 Scenarios ................................................................................................................ 27
5.6.2 Trip.......................................................................................................................... 28
5.6.3 Geofencing.............................................................................................................. 28
5.6.4 Auto Geofencing ..................................................................................................... 28
5.6.5 iButton list .............................................................................................................. 28

6 CONFIGURATOR ................................................................................................................. 29

6.1 STARTUP........................................................................................................................... 29
6.2 CONFIGURATOR STRUCTURE .................................................................................................... 29

6.2.1 Buttons area ........................................................................................................... 30
6.2.2 Information area .................................................................................................... 30
6.2.3 Profiles/global parameters selection area ............................................................. 31

6.3 PARAMETERS CONFIGURATION ................................................................................................ 32
6.3.1 Global parameters Settings .................................................................................... 32
6.3.2 External Devices Settings ....................................................................................... 33
6.3.3 Settings and configurable parameters menu ......................................................... 34

6.3.3.1 System Settings ................................................................................................................... 34
6.3.3.2 GSM Settings....................................................................................................................... 35

6.3.3.2.1 GPRS ........................................................................................................................... 35
6.3.3.2.2 Data limits functionality ............................................................................................. 36
6.3.3.2.3 SMS Security ............................................................................................................... 36
6.3.3.2.4 Operator List ............................................................................................................... 38

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Figure 37 FM6320 profile structure


Switching between profiles (changing behaviour) can be performed by Profile switch

depending on GSM operator code (mostly used for roaming applications), or by Profile switch
depending on I/O event (on I/O value changing).



Profile 3 is default profile for FM6320. It is always loaded on the very first
start-up and further profile switching is proceeded after operator scan or I/O
element changes (although device remembers which profile it used after
that).

7.1 Profile Switching dependence on GSM Operator

GSM Operator code profile switching is mostly used in roaming applications, when the
purpose is to have information from module both from Home and Roaming operator network for
a reasonable price. This method allows you to define different module behaviour in Home
network, Roaming network and unknown operator areas. See figure below for details.

Profile 1 is configured for home network. Data acquisition and send intervals are quite
frequent here. To make profile use effective, it is wise to set more optimized parameters in
roaming profile (Profile 2) – this usually includes larger coordinate recording intervals, packets
with greater number of coordinates sending, and in some cases GPRS context available only for a
certain time interval. Profile 3 can either contain operator codes (rarely used) or have an empty
list. Profile 4 is not used (profile 4 can only be used when FM6320 encounters a 'panic' priority
event (see 7.2 chapter)).


In the example (Figure 38) FM6320 connects to operator with code 24702. It checks profile
1 operator list, but there is only one operator code entered which does not mach. Then it checks
profile 2 operators list. This code is entered there, so FM6320 switches to profile 2.


If there are no operator codes entered in all profiles after operator search task FM6320 will

check all 3 profiles and won’t find any operators in any list. In such a case, FM6320 will switch to
profile 3. Note that before switching to profile 3, the device closes the GPRS session.

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