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Report “Log” allows review of “raw” data received by Omnicomm Online from the terminals.

  1. Select a VH
  2. Select a period of time for report generation

«Log» report

Select information to be displayed in the report by pressing the right mouse button and choosing “Report settings”:

Setting up the «Log» report

Exception - used for correct calculating the mileage and displaying the “Track” report if there are points with coordinate drift. Check the boxes in the “Exception” column in the rows where a coordinate drift was recorded. Right-click and select “Save exception”. The points will be excluded for all users with rights to the vehicle for which an exception is applied.

To remove an exception, uncheck the box and select “Save exceptions”.

This feature is only available to the users with the corresponding rights.

After the exception is applied, the system will automatically recalculate all reports.

Report contains the following information on the selected vehicle:

The “General” section:

  • Date and time is date and time of the event
  • Ignition is a state of ignition at the certain moment (On or Off)
  • GPRS is presence or absence of GPRS at the given moment
  • GPS is presence or absence of data from GPS at the given moment
  • GPS / GPRS jamming - presence of GPS / GPRS jamming
  • Number of satellites is a number of satellites based on which GPS data were determined at the given moment
  • Coordinates are coordinates (latitude and longitude) of the vehicle location at the given moment, measured in degrees or message “Connection of on-board equipment” at the moment of connection of the terminal with the Communication server. If the number of satellites for coordinates determination is less than 4, coordinates are displayed grey
  • Direction is direction of vehicle motion (N (North); NE (Northeast); E (East); SE (Southeast); S (South); SW (Southwest); W (West); NE (Northwest))
  • Altitude, (m) is altitude of the VH above the sea level
  • Mileage, (km) is path travelled by the car
  • GPS speed, (km/h) is VH speed at the given moment determined by GPS
  • Ipm. speed is a value of speed in kilometers per hour by the data from the regular meter or read from the CAN-bus depending on the speed input settings on Omnicomm Online software
  • Acceleration (m/s2) is a value of VH acceleration
  • Revolutions means level of revolutions per minute by data from tachometer or read from the CAN-bus depending from the settings on Omnicomm Configurator software
  • ON voltage is voltage of VH onboard network (V). For Omnicomm Profi in case of operation from reserve battery, voltage of reserve battery (RB)
  • Data on CAN-bus
  • Values from four universal inputs
  • “Volume of fuel dispensing”, (l) (for fuel tanker only) is volume of fuel dispensed through fuel nozzle
  • “The source of event” is condition for creation of an event by the Terminal (turning point, timer)

The “Fuel” section:

  • LLS1 status, LLS2 status, LLS3 status, LLS4 status, LLS5 status, LLS6 status:

− Ready, the sensor is connected and shows correct data

− No, the sensor is not connected or adaptive data collection in the Terminal is on

− Error, the sensor is connected, but shows incorrect data

− Not ready, the sensor is ready, but power supply to the sensor started less than 15 seconds ago

  • LLS1 reading, (LLS2…6) reading – code, which is provided by LLS fuel level sensors from 1 to 6. In case if there is missing data in the calibration table the reading will be displayed as 0 in grey color
  • LLS1 adjustment, (LLS2…6) set up – a coefficient of automatic adjustment of an Omnicomm LLS 5 fuel level sensor (from 1 to 6). In case if a model of fuel level sensor is different to that, it will be displayed as “- “
  • LLS1 % deviation, (LLS2…6) % deviation – a change in fuel parameters for Omnicomm LLS 5 fuel level sensor (from 1 to 6). If a model of fuel level sensor is different to that, it will be displayed as “- “
  • T (LLS1), T (LLS2), T (LLS3), T (LLS4), T (LLS5), T (LLS6) is temperature (C°) output from the first to the sixth sensor of LLS fuel level sensor. If there is no calibration table for the sensor, “0” is displayed grey

The “CAN parameters” section:

  • Parking brake status
  • Accelerator pedal position, %
  • Engine oil pressure, kPa
  • Engine coolant temperature, °C
  • Fuel temperature, °C
  • Engine oil temperature, °C
  • Daily fuel consumption, l
  • Instantaneous fuel economy, km/l
  • Engine RPM
  • Daily mileage, km
  • Total mileage, km
  • Total time of engine operation, h
  • Overall fuel consumption, l
  • Position of the service brake pedal
  • Clutch pedal position
  • Cruise Control status
  • Axle load, kg
  • Status of the service brake pedal
  • Status of the clutch pedal
  • Mileage before the next maintenance, km
  • Engine operation time before the next Maintenance, h
  • Instantaneous speed, km/h
  • Doors status
  • Seatbelts status
  • CAN rpm
  • OBDII. Mileage after error reset, km
  • OBDII. Time after error reset, h
  • OBDII. Fuel level, %
  • OBDII. VIN (VH Identification number)
  • OBDII. Check Engine error

The “Video OKO” section:

This section will be displayed only for Omnicomm OKO 3.0 video terminals.

  • Loss of 1,2,3,4 camera signal – loss of camera signal. Possible options: Signal is lost/no
  • Camera (1,2,3,4) recording – video recording. Possible options: Video recording/ Video recording disabled
  • Connecting SDCARD 1, 2 to DVR – Installed SD cards 1,2 in the video terminal. Possible options: Yes/ No.
  • Volume of SDCARD 1,2, GB – memory capacity of SD cards in the video terminal
  • Free on SDCARD 1,2, GB (%) – empty memory on the SD cards
  • DVR is connected to the server – video terminal connection status to the server. Possible options: Yes/ No
  • Time of DVR event – the time period of a recorded event
  • DVR error –video terminal errors

The “iQFreeze” section:

  • CHU temperature
  • Refrigerator temperature in section 2
  • Refrigerator temperature in section 3
  • Set-point temperature
  • Set-point temperature 2
  • Set-point temperature 3
  • Ambient temperature
  • Coolant temperature
  • Engine rpm
  • Compressor configuration
  • System status
  • Door status
  • Battery voltage
  • Battery current
  • Operating hours from the engine
  • Operating hours from the onboard network
  • Unit serial number
  • Trailer serial number
  • Number of errors
  • Code of the most critical error
  • Code of 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th most critical errors
  • IQFreeze serial number
  • IQFreeze firmware version
  • IQFreeze Bluetooth name
  • Unit type
  • Connection to CHU
  • Digital inputs No.1, No.2

The “Temperature sensor i-wire” section:

  • Temperature sensor i-wire

The “Tire Pressure Monitoring” section:

  • Wheel number: current pressure, kPa
  • Wheel number: current temperature, °C
  • Wheel number: wheel sensor connection status
  • Wheel number: sensor battery charge
  • Wheel number: message sending reason. Possible values: recurrent sending, air leakage, rapid air leakage, tire re-inflated

The “Safe Driving” section:

  • Violation source
  • Speed threshold, km/h
  • RPM threshold, rpm
  • Acceleration threshold, m/s2
  • Lateral acceleration threshold, m/s2
  • Braking acceleration threshold, m/s2
  • Vertical acceleration threshold, m/s2
  • Acceleration along the X-axis, m/s2
  • Acceleration along the Y-axis, m/s2
  • Acceleration along the Z-axis, m/s2
  • Accelerometer status

“Technical parameters operation displaying” - check the box to display the technical operation parameters (e.g. load on the ALM axis). Also, to display the axis load, it is necessary to adjust the settings in the vehicle profile, see Profile editing

The “GenComm generators” section:

  • Oil pressure, kPa
  • Coolant temperature, °C
  • Voltage of the charging generator, V
  • Frequency of the output voltage, Hz
  • L1, L2, L3 voltage, V
  • L1-L2, L2-L3, L1-L3 line voltages, V
  • L1, L2, L3 currents, A
  • L1, L2, L3 active power, W
  • L1, L2, L3 total powers, kVA
  • L1, L2, L3 reactive power, kvar
  • Power factor
  • Motor hours
  • Total energy generated, kW⋅h
  • Fuel volume, %
  • Charge current, A
  • Battery voltage, V
  • Revolutions, rpm
  • Diesel status
  • Status of the diesel-driven generator set

Optional parameters:

  • FLS PMP-201, Struna+

The “Setting up the address displaying” section:

In order to enable the “Setting up the address displaying” section you have to file the request through Omnicomm Technical Support ([email protected]).

  • Display the address - turn on to display the address of the current vehicle location
  • All - turn on to display the complete vehicle address
  • Abbreviations - turn on to abbreviate address parameters (such as st., ave.)

Select the parameters to display in the address:

  • Country
  • Region
  • City/town
  • Street
  • Building
  • Zip code

To change the width of a column, select the border of the column and drag it while holding the left button of the mouse.

Display parameters as a graph

  1. Select a column with a parameter
  2. Right-click and select “Display as a graph”

Parameter graph

When a point is selected on the graph, the corresponding row in the “Log” report is automatically highlighted.

Hiding rows with parameter values that are equal to zero or missing

  1. Select a column that contains rows with valid and missing parameter values
  2. Right-click and select “Hide rows with empty cells”
  3. Rows with missing values will be hidden in the report. To show rows again, right-click and select “Reset all filters”.

Let's take the column with the parameter “oil pressure in the engine” as an example.

To hide the empty cells: Log to hide empty cells report After the empty cells have been hidden: Log after empty cells report

Parameters for which the option of hiding rows does not apply:

  • Row number
  • Date and time
  • Ignition key position
  • GSM connection
  • GPS data validity
  • Digital output status
  • Event source
  • Sensor level code
  • Sensor temperature
  • Sensor readiness
  • Coordinates
  • GPS speed
  • Pulse speed
  • Dispensed fuel volume
  • Power
  • Battery charge percentage
  • Direction
  • Number of satellites
  • Height
  • Mileage
  • UI1…UI4
  • OBDII. Mileage after error reset, km
  • OBDII. Time after error reset, h
  • OBDII. Fuel level, %
  • OBDII. VIN (VH Identification number)
  • OBDII. Check Engine error