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Multitank vehicle profile editing

In the program window, select from the list the vehicle profile you would like to edit. Click “Multitank vehicle profile”. A window will open: VH profile

In the “Vehicle” section:

Vehicle

“Profile added date” - the date and time when the profile was added to Omnicomm Online.

“OO account creation date” - date and time when the profile data was first processed in Omnicomm Online.

“Current profile version start date” - the date and time when the vehicle profile was last modified.

“Vehicle Name” – the state registration number (plates) or the name of the vehicle. Example: 10 RU А 123BV. The vehicle name must be unique in Omnicomm Online. The “Vehicle Name” field must not be empty and must not exceed 100 characters.

“Depot ID” – the internal number of the vehicle within the organization.

“Designation” – the vehicle's designation within the organization.

“Brand” – the vehicle's brand.

“Vehicle category” - select the category of the vehicle. Possible options:

  • Categories A, B, C, D, E, F, according to the traffic regulations of the Russian Federation
  • Category SPEC - specialized machinery

“Model” – the vehicle's model.

“Groups”. Click on the Select group for the vehicle hyperlink and select from the list the groups to which the vehicle will belong to.

In the “Terminal” section: Terminal

“Terminal” – the terminal's model.

“ID” the identification number of the Terminal installed on the vehicle.

“Factory number” the factory number of the Terminal, which is assigned during the production.

“Phone number” enter the phone number of the SIM card in the Terminal.

In the “Movement” section:: Movement

“Method of calculation of mileage and speed” allows you to choose based on what data and using which method are the mileage and speed calculated. Possible options:

  • “Based on the data from the terminal (excluding coordinates drifts)” - Omnicomm Online calculates the mileage according to the data obtained from the Terminals by discarding the drift coordinates.
  • “By data from the terminal (including coordinates drifts)” - Omnicomm Online calculates the mileage according to the data obtained from the Terminals without excluding drift coordinates.
  • “Speed by GPS coordinates, mileage by GPS coordinates (excluding coordinates drifts)” - Omnicomm Online calculates mileage based on the GPS coordinates, discarding the non-valid GPS coordinates or those defined by less than 4 satellites.
  • “Speed by GPS coordinates, mileage by GPS coordinates (including coordinates drifts)” - Omnicomm Online calculates mileage based on the GPS coordinates without discarding non-valid GPS coordinates or those defined by less than 4 satellites.
  • “Based on the data from the speed sensor” - Omnicomm Online calculates the mileage based on the standard vehicle speed sensor taking into account the correction factor (only for cars).

For a standard speed sensor, select “Correction coefficient for the Speed Sensor”, which provides for the correction of the speed sensor readings.

“Track standstills longer than, min:sec” – check the box and specify the number of minutes after which, if the appropriate conditions are met, the vehicle will register as parked. The conditions for recording standstills or stoppages depend on the parameter “Consider ignition when determining parking and stoppages”.

“Track stoppages longer than, min:sec” – check the box and specify the time in minutes after which, when the relevant conditions are met, a vehicle stoppage will be recorded.

“Take into account the ignition when determining standstills and stoppages” – check the box, when it is necessary to record standstills and stoppages taking into account the ignition status. The choice is available only when the parameters “Track standstills longer than, minutes” or “Track stoppages longer than, minutes” are enabled.

The conditions for recording a standstills/stoppages, taking the vehicle's ignition into account:

  • more time has passed since the ignition was turned off than indicated in “Track standstills longer than, minutes”
  • vehicle speed is less than 2 km/h

The conditions for recording a standstills/stoppages, without taking the vehicle's ignition into account:

  • the vehicle speed is less than 2 km/h for all consecutive events with “raw” data
  • the distance between any events with “raw” data is less than 800 m
  • the time interval between the first and the last event with “raw” data is greater than the value of the parameter “Track standstills longer than, minutes”
  • the time interval between the first and the last event with raw data does not include periods with data absence

“Minimum duration with data absence” – the maximum time between the current and the last event with valid “raw” data, after which Omnicomm will record the event of data “absence”.

“Drift by mileage and by distance” – specifies the number of cut off drift coordinates when the vehicle is parked, with the GPS module in operation. When a vehicle is moving at a speed of more than 5 km/h, drift coordinates are not cut off.

The values “Drift by mileage, m” (from 0 to 100 m) and “Drift by distance, m” (from 0 to 100 m) are selected taking into account the average speed of the vehicle. The default value for both parameters is 20 m.

In the “Safe driving” section:

Safe driving

“Maximum allowed speed, km/h” – the value of the vehicle speed, above which Omnicomm will register vehicle movement as exceeding the maximum allowed speed. Possible values: from 0 to 300 km/h. Default value - 0 km/h (no violations will be recorded).

“Speed limit, km/h” – the value of the vehicle speed, above which Omnicomm will register vehicle movement as exceeding the speed limit. Possible values: from 0 to 300 km/h. Default value - 120 km/h.

The value of the "Speed limit, km/h" parameter must be greater than the value of "Maximum allowed speed, km/h"

“Tolerance, km/h” – enter the permissible amount of speed value variation. If the maximum allowed speed or the speed limit are exceeded by a value lesser than this, no violation will be recorded. Possible values: from 0 to 99 km/h. Default value - 2 km/h.

“Allowed turning speed, km/h” – the value of vehicle speed while turning. If this value is exceeded, Omnicomm will record vehicle movement with an exceeded turning speed. Possible values: from 0 to 300 km/h. Default value - 30 km/h.

“Speed limit while turning, km/h” – the value of the vehicle speed, above which Omnicomm will register vehicle movement as exceeding the speed limit while turning. Possible values: from 0 to 300 km/h. Default value - 50 km/h.

“Minimum duration of exceeding the vertical acceleration threshold” – when the vertical acceleration threshold is exceeded for longer than indicated, the corresponding event will be recorded. Possible values: from 0 to 60039 sec. Default value - 0 (no violations will be recorded).

“Maximum duration of idle run at engine operating temperature” – enter the amount of time after which, during idle engine run at operating temperature, the corresponding event will be recorded. Possible values: from 0 to 60039 sec. Default value - 0 (no violations will be recorded).

“Engine operating temperature” – specify the range of temperature in which the engine can operate regularly. Possible values: from 0 to 300 °C. Default value: 80 and 100 °C. The operating temperature value is recorded based on the data received from the CAN bus.

“The “green area” of engine revolutions, RPM” – specify the range of revolutions for engine regular operation. Possible values: from 0 to 10,000 RPM. Default values: 1000 and 4000 RPM.

“Maximum time of engine operation outside of the “green area” of engine revolutions” – enter the time after which, during engine operation outside of the “green area”, the corresponding event will be recorded. Possible values: from 0 to 60039 sec. Default value - 0 (no violations will be recorded).

In the “Setting initial values for maintenance control” section:

Setting initial values for maintenance control

“Correct to the mileage” – allows you to select the data source for tracking vehicle's mileage during maintenance controls. Possible options:

  • “Do not correct to the mileage” – mileage calculation to check the maintenance outcome will not be performed
  • “Use an odometer” – the calculation is made according to the odometer set in the vehicle profile in the parameter “Mileage and speed calculation method”. Possible options: from the terminal (with drift), from the terminal (without drift), speed according to GPS, mileage according to GPS coordinates, from the speed sensor.

Use an odometer

“Initial odometer reading, km” – enter the mileage reading from the odometer.

“Date and time of the initial odometer reading” – enter the date and time when the odometer reading was taken.

“Current odometer reading, km” – displays the mileage value calculated by Omnicomm when using an odometer. To display the current odometer reading during the first installation or adjustment, save the changes in the vehicle profile and then reopen it.

  • “Use CAN bus odometer reading” – the mileage to check the maintenance outcome will be calculated based on the values obtained from the CAN bus.

Use CAN bus odometer reading

“The current odometer reading, km” displays the last mileage reading sent by the terminal based on the odometer readings of the CAN bus.

“Correct to the engine hours” allows you to select the data source for tracking vehicle's engine hours during maintenance controls. Possible options:

  • “Do not correct to the engine hours” - engine hours calculation to check the maintenance outcome will not be performed
  • “Use engine hour meter” - the hourly calculation will be made based on the readings of the vehicle engine hour meter and on engine operating time.

Use engine hour meter

“Conversion coefficient of engine operation time to engine hours” - specify the conversion coefficient of the engine operation time to engine hours, indicated in the vehicle documentation.

“Initial meter reading, engine hours” - the reading of the engine hour meter.

“Date and time of the initial engine hour meter reading” - enter the date and time when the engine hour meter reading was taken.

  • “Use CAN bus engine hours reading” – the engine hours used to check the maintenance outcome will be calculated based on the values obtained from the CAN bus.

Use CAN bus engine hours reading

“The current value of the engine hour meter, engine hours” - the number of engine hours from the CAN bus.

In the “Engine” section: Engine

“Correction coefficient for the RPM sensor” – the coefficient of conversion of the number of pulses recorded by the RPM sensor into the number of revolutions.

“Limit level of engine RPM” – the value of engine revolutions, above which Omnicomm Online will record vehicle operation under maximum (ultimate) load. Default value - 5500 RPM.

“Engine idle RPM” – is the value of engine revolutions, above which Omnicomm Online will record the movement of the vehicle. Default value - 1000 RPM.

In the “Dispensing” section:

Dispensing

“Dispensing threshold, l” – enter the value of the fuel volume (in liters), dispensed through the dispensing nozzle over the delivery counter during the “Data collection timer”, which, Omnicomm Online will record the fuel output.

“Maximum interval of dispensing interruptions” – the period of time between two adjacent deliveries, exceeding which, the dispensing is allocated to a different dispensing group. Possible values: from 30 to 300 sec. Default value - 120 sec.

In the “Fuel parameters” section:

“Fuel tanks” – select the number of fuel tanks installed on the vehicle. Possible value: from 1 to 6. Install the settings for every tank.

Main tank is displayed first, additional tank (if available) - second. Installed parameters of main tank are assigned to the first tank, additional tank (if available) - to the second.

In the “Tank parameters” section:

Tank parameters

“Type of tank” - dispensing.

“Tank number” - enter the serial number of the vehicle's tank.

“Name” - enter the name of the tank.

In the “Fuel” section:

Fuel

“Refueling threshold, l” (from 0 to 28000) - the amount of fuel to which the total amount of the vehicle's fuel must be increased during the designated period of time, in order for the refueling to be registered.

“Draining threshold, l” (from 0 to 28000) - the amount of fuel by which the total amount of the vehicle's fuel must be reduced during the designated period of time, in order for fuel draining to be registered.

Default value of the refueling threshold - 7% of the tank volume.

Default value of the draining threshold - 7% of the tank volume.

Rough filter size (5 -50), default value - 15.

“Normal consumption per 100 km, l” (from 0 to 1000 with an accuracy of 0.1 l) is the volume of fuel consumed by the vehicle per 100 km (only for vehicles).

“Normal mileage for 1 l, km” is the vehicle mileage for 1 liter of fuel. The parameter is specified depending on the selected standard.

“Normal consumption per engine hour, l” (from 0 to 1000 with an accuracy of 0.1 l) is the volume of fuel consumed by the vehicle during one engine operation hour (only for vehicles).

“Normal consumption over a data collection period, l” (from 0 to 1000 with an accuracy of 0.1 l) is the volume of fuel consumed by the vehicle over one data collection period (only for vehicles).

“Correction coefficient for fuel sensors” (from 0.01 to 1.99) is used to adjust the Omnicomm LLS fuel level sensor readings.

In the “Parameters of fuel data processing algorithms” section:

Parameters of fuel data processing algorithms

The thresholds for refueling/draining and the size of the rough filter are selected based on the volume of the tank, the amount of the detected refueling/draining and the operation conditions of the vehicle.

In cases when the operating conditions and the vehicle characteristics cause significant fluctuations in the fuel level, it is recommended to increase the refueling/draining thresholds and the rough filter value.

In the “Additional search algorithm parameters for fuel draining and refueling detection” section:

Search algorithm parameters for fuel draining and refueling detection

For algorithm of searching for fuel draining and refueling sessions “Corrected for the time parameters”:

“Maximum permissible time for breaking a refueling session, s” is the time interval in the refueling process, during which the fuel level does not have to rise. Default value - 30 s.

“Maximum permissible time for breaking a fuel draining session, s” is the time interval in the draining process during which the fuel level does not have to lower (taking into account the regular fuel consumption).
Default value - 30 s.

When setting the values of the time parameters, take into account the “Data collection period” value and the analysis of specific areas where the draining/refueling events were not defined or interrupted.

A quartile is the arithmetic mean value of a number of points with raw fuel data from before the start or after the end of a fuel operation with a quarter of the minimum and maximum values removed. It is used to determine the fuel level before and after the refueling/draining operation.

The quartile is calculated by the number of fuel level values obtained during the time specified in the parameter “Time interval for calculating a quartile, min”.

“The end time of fuel session in movement” is chosen depending on the filtration value set in the terminal. Recommended values for filtration levels:

  • Disabled – 0
  • Weak – 60
  • Medium – 120
  • Strong – 200
  • Maximum – 300

In the “Fuel weight calculation” section:

“Weight calculation method” – select the method for fuel weight calculation. Possible options:

  • by level, temperature, and rated density
  • by level and actual density

For the method “by level, temperature, and rated density”:

Method by level, temperature, and rated density

“Fuel rated density at 20°С, kg/m3 - enter the rated density of the fuel. Default value - 860,0 kg/m3

“Temperature data source” – select the universal input to which the temperature sensor is connected.

“Temperature density factor” - enter the temperature density factor. Default value – 0.7

For the method “by level and actual density”:

Method by level and actual density

“Density data source” – select the universal input to which the density sensor is connected

In the “Driver sign in on a vehicle” section:

Driver sign in on a vehicle

“Driver sign in by tag reading” – у- check the box to sign in a driver when an RFID card or an iButton key is scanned.

The driver is automatically signed out on the vehicle when the current driver signs in on another vehicle or when another driver signs in on this vehicle.

“Sign out when the ignition is turned off” – check the box to sign the driver out when the ignition is turned off.

“Sign out when the tag is removed from the holder” – check the box to sign the driver out when the iButton key or the RFID card are removed from the holder.

“Resume sign in if the tag is reinserted within” – specify the time in which the RFID card or the iButton key must be reinserted to automatically resume driver sign in. The field is active only when the “Sign out when the ignition is turned off” or “Sign out when the tag is removed from the holder” parameters are enabled.

In the «iQFreeze» section:

iQFreeze setting

“Process data from IQFreeze” – check the box to monitor data from IQFreeze.

“Allowed duration of data absence, minutes”. Possible values: from 0 to 1440 min. Default value – 15 min.

“Permissible increase of the CHU temperature from the set value”. Possible values: from 0.00 to 100.00 °C

“Permissible decrease of the CHU temperature from the set value”. Possible values: from 0.00 to 100.00 °C

In the “Tire Pressure Monitoring” section:

Tire Pressure Monitoring

“Create events from TPMS” – check the box to process data from the tire pressure monitoring system.

“Allowed duration of data absence, minutes” – enter the time after which, in the absence of data, the “No data from the tire pressure monitoring system” event will be recorded. Possible values: from 0 to 1140 min. Default value – 15.

“Number of VH axles” – select the number of vehicle axles. Possible values: from 1 to 13.

“Normal tire pressure, kPa” – enter the tire pressure value set by the vehicle's manufacturer. Possible values: from 0 to 1000 kPa.

“Permissible tire pressure deviation, kPa” – enter the value of the permissible deviation from the normal tire pressure. If this value is exceeded, the “Drop in tire pressure” event will be recorded.

“Maximum permissible air temperature in the tire, °C” – if this value of air temperature in the tire is exceeded, the “Raise of tire temperature” event will be recorded. Possible values: from -125 to 125 °C. Default value: 60 °C.

To copy the settings for axles, wheels, and permissible values from another vehicle, click the Copy from another vehicle link.

In the “Calibration tables editing” section:

Calibration tables

Select the number of fuel level sensors installed on the vehicle.

Select the tank in which the sensor is installed.

When uploading multiple tables from a file, specify the network addresses of fuel level sensors.

Highlight the row in which you want to change a value. Enter the new values for the given row of the table in the input cells under the table. To enter the values from the row into the table, click Introduce value.

To add/remove a row of the table, click Add and remove line.

To save all setting, click “Save”.