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Operation Parameters Setting

GPRS connection

In the «Settings» tab select the «Connection» section from the list.

In the «GPRS Setup» section:

Omnicomm Configurator Remote configuration server

“Access Point Name (APN)” – enter the GPRS access point name

  • “VimpelCom” (Beeline) – internet.beeline.ru
  • “MTS” – internet.mts.ru
  • “MegaFon” – internet

For GPRS access point names of other operators, refer to the mobile network operator, whose SIM card is inserted in the terminal.

“Phone number” – number of the SIM card inserted in the terminal.

“APN Login” and “APN Password” – if necessary, enter login and password for APN access point. Login and password are provided with the SIM card of a number of mobile network operators.

Connection to Communication Servers

Terminals support data transmission to two Communication Servers (CS) through Omnicomm and EGTS protocols.

In the “Settings” tab select the “Сonnection” section from the list.

In the “EGTS Protocol setup” section:

Omnicomm Configurator Remote configurator server

When setting up EGTS data transmission, you must use the TID terminal identification.

If the settings are not configured, when transmitting data through EGTS protocol ID Omnicomm will be used for terminal identification.

In the “Settings of connection to the communication server” sections: Omnicomm Configurator Remote configurator server

“IP address or domain name of CS” – enter IP address or domain name of the communication server: cs.dc1.omnicomm.ru.

“Port” – enter port to be used by terminal to connect to the communication server: 9977

“Protocol” – select data transmission protocol to the CS. Possible options: Omnicomm or EGTS.

Data Collection

In the “Settings” tab select the “Connection” section from the list.

In the “Data collection parameters” section:

Omnicomm Configurator Remote configuration server

“Collection timer” – set the value of the period of Terminal requesting modules and external devices connected to it. Range of values – from 15 to 240 seconds.

“Operation with ignition off and power on” select:

  • “Collect all data” – data collection and transmission same as with ignition turned on.
  • “Collect all except GPS” – collection and transmission of data selected during configuration of the terminal, except for the GPS module data
  • “Collect data during pounding” – monitoring the status of the panic button and accelerometer. If the accelerometer reading changes by more than 0.2 g or the panic button is pressed, the terminal switches to the “Collect all data” and performs data transmission to the Communication Server in 5 minutes

When selecting “Collect data during pounding” set the following configuration:

  • “Collect all data” – when this parameter is enabled, the terminal upon expiration of the time specified in the “Period of data sending to Server” switches to the “Collect all data” mode and performs data collection and transmission to the communication server. After the data transmission the terminal switches to the “Collect data during pounding” mode.
  • “Period of data submission to server” – the time interval between the terminal connections to CS. Possible values: from 1 to 6 hours, at intervals of 1 hour.

Depending on the set mode, the data are acquired from the particular modules and external devices.

“Adaptive data collection on turns” – enable/disable adaptive data collection on turns, which allows increasing the accuracy of displaying turns on the map by additional data collection from the GPS module more frequently than set in the “Data collection” parameter.

“Data collection over the distance traveled” – allows increasing the accuracy of displaying the vehicle location on the map by additional data acquisition from the GPS module over the distance traveled between the events with registered coordinates.

“Distance traveled” – enter the mileage traveled from the moment of the last registered event with coordinates, upon achieving which the data will be acquired. Possible values: from 10 to 1000 meters. Default value – 100 meters.

“Coordinate drift filtering” – enable to eliminate runout of coordinates during the “Track” report generation.

When enabling the “Coordinate drift filtering” the following settings are available:

  • “Delay after ignition on, sec”. Default value – 35 sec. Possible values: from 0 to 900.
  • “Maximum movement speed, km/h”. Default value – 180 km/h. Possible values: from 5 to 360.

The default values allow elimination of drift for most cases and do not require correction.

Data Transmission to a Communication Server

In the “Settings” tab select the “Connection” section from the list.

In the “Parameters of output for connection” section:

Omnicomm Configurator Remote configurator server

“Interval of sending data to the server” – enter the number of minutes, upon expiration of which the terminal must establish connection with the communication server, while being in the mobile operator's home network. Recommended value – 10 minutes.

In the “Communication parameters of GSM and SMS” section: Omnicomm Configurator Remote configurator server

“SMS” – enable/disable the commands reception via SMS and sending the information messages by the Terminal.

“SMS destination number” – enter the phone number, to which the SMS will be sent with information about the status of the Terminal and the vehicle.

“SMS template language” – select the language of the SMS template. Possible options: Russian, English, Portuguese, Spanish.

“Vehicle Name” – enter the name of the vehicle. The “Vehicle Name” field is mandatory.

In the “Output parameters to communicate in roaming” section: Omnicomm Configurator Remote configurator server

Select the criterion for the terminal connection to the CS: “By time period” or “By packet size”.

“Interval of sending data to the CS” – enter the number of minutes, upon expiration of which the terminal must establish connection with the communication server, while being in roaming. Recommended value – 180 minutes.

“Data packet size to send to CS” – enter the data batch size, upon achieving which the terminal must establish connection with the communication server, while being in roaming. Recommended value – 100 Kb.

In the “Roaming settings” section: Omnicomm Configurator Remote configurator server

“Roaming” – select the option of SIM card using while in roaming. Possible options: “Permitted”, “Forbidden” or “According to the List”.

  • “Permitted” – the terminal will transmit data via available cellular networks
  • “Forbidden” – the terminal will not transmit data, while being in roaming * «В роуминге как дома»
  • “Always in a home network” – the terminal will transmit data as set up for connection to the CS in a home network
  • “According to the List” – the terminal will only transmit data via the cellular networks provided in the list. Enter the MCC and MNC of required cellular networks in the table.

When the terminal is operating in roaming, the data are only transmitted to communication server No. 1. To transmit data to two communication servers, select “Always in a home network”.

Selection of Ignition Source

In the “Settings” tab select the “Inputs” section from the list.

In the “Ignition key status” section:

Selection of data source to fix ignition “Data source” – select the data to register ignition on/off. Possible options:

“Ignition key” – the ignition on/off is registered on the position of the key upon direct connection to the ignition key.

“Onboard voltage” – the ignition on is registered upon reaching the vehicle network power supply threshold voltage. Specify the value “Threshold voltage, V” – the value of the vehicle network power supply voltage, upon reaching which the ignition on will be registered. Ignition off is registered, when the voltage drops to 0.5 V below the threshold.

Selection of Speed Source

In the “Settings” tab select the “Inputs” section from the list.

In the “Vehicle speed” section:

Omnicomm Configurator Remote configurator service

“Data source” – select the data to process the speed values. Possible options: “GPS”, “CAN bus”

Engine RPM

In the “Settings” tab select the “Inputs” section from the list.

In the “The engine revolutions” section:

Omnicomm Configurator Remote configuration server

“Data source” – select the signal type. Possible values:

  • «Disabled»
  • «Ignition key»
  • «CAN bus»
  • «RPM input»

Connect the tachometer to the Terminals according to the diagram:

Connection to tachometer

The place of connection to the tachometer shall be the point in the vehicle electric network, in which the pulse signal frequency is proportional to the engine RPM.

Video Camera

Network connection setting on the PC

1. Switch on the Omnicomm OKO video terminal power

2. Connect the video terminal to a PC via Ethernet interface using a LAN adapter and a patch cord delivered with the video terminal

3. Open the adapter network settings window by running “Control Panel / Network and Internet / Network Connections”:

Network connection

4. Open the connection properties window by right-clicking the mouse and selecting “Properties”:

Connection properties

5. Select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4), press “Properties”, and set the following configuration:

Connection properties

6. Press “OK”

Browser setting

1. Connect the video camera to any video terminal connector (“CAM1” – “CAM4”)

2. Open Internet Explorer and enter the camera configuration address. By default: 192.168.12.241

3. A window will open to confirm ie.exe installation:

Confirmation box

4. Press “OK” and follow the installer's tips

5. Refresh the page or restart the browser

6. You will be prompted to enable the Active X add-on:

Enable Active X add-on

7. Press “Allow”

The browser will be configured only once, ie.exe reinstallation is not required.

Omnicomm OKO video camera setting

Each video camera is connected and configured individually in turns. Only one camera may be connected at a time.

1. Switch on the Omnicomm OKO video terminal power

2. Connect the video terminal to a PC via Ethernet interface using a LAN adapter and a patch cord delivered with the video terminal

3. Connect the video camera to any video terminal connector (“CAM1” – “CAM4”)

4. In your browser, enter the video camera configuration interface address – 192.168.12.241

Authorization window

In the “Account” and “Password”, enter “admin”.

Press the “Log in” button.

Camera settings

5. In the “Settings” / “TCP / IP setting” section:

Set the IP address in the corresponding field, depending on the connector the camera is plugged in:

“CAM1”: 192.168.12.241

“CAM2”: 192.168.12.242

“CAM3”: 192.168.12.243

“CAM4”: 192.168.12.244

When several cameras are connected to the video terminal, their IP addresses must be different.

Omnicomm OKO video terminal setting

  1. Connect the OKO video terminal to a PC using a mini USB – USB cable
  2. Run Omnicomm Configurator.

In the “Settings” tab select the “Video” section from the list:

Settings via Omnicomm Configurator

In the “Channel Name” fields enter the name to be applied to the video, to identify the camera. Use Latin characters and digits only. Maximum number of characters – 13.

Restart the Omnicomm OKO video terminal after setting up the cameras.

The time on video files received from the camera is displayed in UTC+0 format.

Omnicomm OKO video camera connection and installation

1. Select the required patch cord length

2. At the video camera side:

  • Pass the patch cord through the connector as shown in figure:

Connector on the part of videocamera

  • Clamp the patch cord with RJ-45 connector using a crimper as per the CAM pins assignment shown in Connector Pin Assignment

3. At the Omnicomm OKO video terminal side:

  • Pass the patch cord through the connector as shown in figure:

Connector on the part of video terminal

  • Clamp the patch cord with RJ-45 connector using a crimper as per the CAM pins assignment shown in Connector Pin Assignment
  • Plug the camera into the connector corresponding to the set channel

4. Remove the protective film from the camera base

5. Fix the camera on a flat surface

The camera may also be installed using self-tapping screws. To do this, remove the camera’s protective housing and fix it on the surface through the holes in the housing base.

We recommend that you use a multicore twisted pair intended for outdoor use, as a patch cord.

Other video cameras connection and installation

Clamp the patch cord of required length with RJ-45 connectors on both sides using a crimper. Connect the camera to the video terminal.

Perform connection according to the diagram:

Connection of videocamera

Driving Safety Control

In the “Settings” tab select the “Additional equipment” section from the list.

In the “Accelerometer parameters” section:

Omnicomm Configurator

“Accelerometer” – enable/disable the use of accelerometer for measuring the vehicle acceleration.

“Accelerometer status” – accelerometer condition. Possible options: not used, calibration, calibrated, calibration error.

“Accelerometer calibration” – select the accelerometer calibration mode.

Prior to performing the calibration, firmly fix the terminal and do not change its position during operation.

Automatic calibration is recommended for vehicles that are operated mainly at speeds above 50 km/h. Automatic calibration takes from 2 minutes to 24 hours depending on the frequency of accelerations and braking on straight sections of the road.

When selecting manual calibration, in the “Terminal position” field, select one of 24 positions as shown in figure:

Terminal position




Arrow ► indicates the location of the video terminal's X1 connector.

The “Omnicomm” inscription in the figure corresponds to the top cover of the video terminal.

Deflection of the video terminal from the axes during manual calibration should not be more than 5 degrees.

In the “Settings” tab select the “Driving Control” section from the list.

“Dangerous driving control” – enable/disable registration of dangerous driving when exceeding the set values of monitored parameters.

Omnicomm Configurator

Select monitored parameters:

“Event reporting” – enable/disable event sending to Omnicomm Online.

  • “Speed” – vehicle speed control

Threshold – enter the maximum permissible speed, upon exceeding which dangerous driving will be registered. Possible values: from 2 to 150 km/h. Default value: 80 km/h.

Deviation – enter the speed value that can be exceeded by maximum permissible speed without triggering dangerous driving registration. Possible values: from 0 to 50 km/h. Default value: 5 km/h.

Duration – enter the period of time allowed to exceed maximum permissible speed without triggering dangerous driving registration. Possible values: from 0 to 300 s. Default value: 15 s.

  • “Engine speed (RPM)” – engine RPM monitoring

Threshold – enter the maximum permissible engine RPM, upon exceeding which dangerous driving will be registered. Possible values: from 0 to 10,000 rpm. Default value: 4,000 rpm.

Deviation – enter the RPM value allowed to exceed the maximum permissible RPM without registration of violation. Possible values: from 0 to 1000 rpm. Default value: 200 rpm.

Duration – enter the period of time allowed to exceed maximum permissible engine RPM without registration of dangerous driving. Possible values: from 0 to 300 s. Default value: 15 s.

  • “Acceleration” – acceleration control during vehicle speeding up

Threshold – enter the value of acceleration while speeding up, which exceeding will trigger registration of dangerous driving

  • “Lateral acceleration” – acceleration control during vehicle turning

Threshold – enter the value of acceleration while turning, which exceeding will trigger registration of dangerous driving

  • “Braking” – acceleration control during vehicle braking

Threshold – enter the value of acceleration while braking, which exceeding will trigger registration of dangerous driving

  • “Vertical acceleration (pounding / shock)” – acceleration control during vehicle pounding

Threshold – enter the value of acceleration while pounding or bumping, which exceeding will trigger registration of dangerous driving

  • “Speed and threshold exceeding of potential UI1”

Threshold – enter the value of speed, which exceeding will trigger registration of dangerous driving, if universal input No.1 is closed/open.

  • “Speed and threshold exceeding of potential UI2”

Threshold – enter the value of speed, which exceeding will trigger registration of dangerous driving, if universal input No.2 is closed/open.

The notification for the event "Speed and Exceeding of threshold of potential UI1, UI2" is generated only when the selected speed source is "GPS". (see Selection of Speed Source).

  • “Send SMS for selected events” – enable SMS sending upon registration of dangerous driving
  • “Send photo for selected events” – enable digital camera photo sending upon registration of dangerous driving

“Sound notification” – enable/disable sound notification if thresholds of monitored parameters are exceeded. To run sound notification connect a sound emitter to controlled output No.1.

“Determine accidents” – enable/disable accident registration upon exceeding the set values of monitored parameters.

Omnicomm Configurator

  • “Acceleration threshold” – value of acceleration while speeding up, which exceeding will trigger registration of accident
  • “Lateral acceleration threshold” – value of acceleration while turning, which exceeding will trigger registration of accident
  • “Braking threshold” – value of acceleration while braking, which exceeding will trigger registration of accident
  • “Send SMS upon triggering” – enable SMS sending upon registration of accident
  • “Send photo upon triggering” – enable digital camera photo sending upon registration of accident

“Axle load” – enable/disable control of vehicle axle load and total vehicle load.

Omnicomm Configurator

“Data source” displays the axle load data source. Possible options: ALM Weight Indicator and CAN.

To select the ALM Weight Indicator as a data source choose Indicator in the RS-485 or RS-232 interface configuration.

To select the CAN bus as a data source enable SPN 582 and SPN 928 in the CAN settings tab.

If the ALM Weight Indicator and the CAN Bus are both set as data source, the ALM Weight Indicator will be used.

“Number of axles” – set the number of vehicle axles. Possible values: from 1 to 8. Maximum value – 8 for CAN, 6 for ALM.

“Axle load threshold, tonnes” – enter the value of load on each axle, upon exceeding which an event will be registered.

  • “Sound notification” – enable/disable sound notification if thresholds of monitored parameters are exceeded
  • “Events” – enable/disable event sending to Omnicomm Online
  • “Photo” – enable digital camera photo sending upon load exceeding
  • “SMS” – enable SMS sending upon load exceeding

“Total load threshold, tonnes” – enter the value of total vehicle load, upon exceeding which an event will be registered.

  • “Sound notification” – enable/disable sound notification if thresholds of monitored parameters are exceeded
  • “Events” – enable/disable event sending to Omnicomm Online
  • “Photo” – enable digital camera photo sending upon load exceeding
  • “SMS” – enable SMS sending upon load exceeding

Body Tampering Control

In the “Settings” tab select the “Additional equipment” section from the list.

In the “Case tampering detection” section: Omnicomm Configurator Remote configuration server

“SMS sending upon an attempt open the case” – enable/disable SMS sending upon triggering the anti-tamper switch.

Internal Battery

In the “Settings” tab select the “Additional equipment” section from the list.

In the “Parameters of internal accumulator” section:

Internal battery parameters “Use built-in battery” – enable/disable use of internal battery when the main power supply is turned off and the terminal is operating in the “Collect data at jolting” mode.

GPS / GLONASS Signals Jamming Detector

For Omnicomm OKO 3.0 terminals in the “Settings” tab select the “Additional equipment” section from the list.

In the “GPS / GLONASS Signals Jamming Detector” section:

GPS / GLONASS Signal Jamming Detector GPS / GLONASS Signal Jamming Detector “Send SMS upon GPS/GLONASS signals jamming attempts detection” – check the box to send SMS upon registering the jamming of GPS / GLONASS.

GPS/GLONASS jamming detector can be activated when SMS configuration is enabled (see GSM and SMS parameters).

GSM Signal Jamming Detector

For Omnicomm OKO 3.0 terminals in the “Settings” tab select the “Auxiliary equipment” section from the list.

In the “GSM Signal Jamming Detector” section:

GSM Signal Jamming Detector GSM Signal Jamming Detector

GSM jamming detector can be activated when SMS configuration is enabled (see GSM and SMS parameters).

“Sending SMS on GSM signal jamming detection” – check the box to send SMS upon registering the GSM network signal jamming.