CarJack ELD

Electronic Logging DeviceCarJack GPS CarJack ELD
Model NumberBlue Link
ELD ID NumberWLI001
Software Version3.0.6

Model Information

Data Transfer MethodsWhen entering an inspection scenario, the driver follows the instructions provided on his printed one page manual which instructs the driver to press the "Officer Button" located on the top right of the DriverLog apps' home screen display. This will launch the Officer View. The officer view features a "Send" button and an Add comment button, which allows the officer to enter his identifier and send out the ELD data file through web services or email (both options are available). Following the guidance of the ELD section of the Federal Register...section "4.10.1. Data Transfer Mechanisms," we allow the officer to use both e-mail or Web Services to transfer the driver's data to the official FMCSA ELD e-mail address or the the FMCSA's Web Service repository. Currently the e-mail is formatted exactly to section " Wireless Data Transfer Through Email" specifications stated in the Federal Register. Web Services will utilize the SOAP protocol, per the FMCSA documentation, to transmit the ELD data file and the output file comment entered by the inspecting officer.
Malfunction NotesEach malfunction has been coded following the "Standard Coding for Required Compliance Malfunction and Data Diagnostic Event Detection" definitions regarding "Malfunction/Diagnostic Code", "Malfunction Description" and "Data Diagnostic Event." Power Compliance monitoring assures that the ELD will become fully functional within one minute of the engine on event and remain on as long as the vehicle's engine stays powered. Engine Synchronization monitoring determines our connection to the ECM. This alerts the driver if there is a loss of connectivity to the ECM. For Timing Compliance Monitoring, we periodically check UTC time via the internet. For Positioning Compliance the ELD records the location, and uses the last valid position measurement and includes the latitude and longitude coordinates and distance traveled in miles, since the last valid position measurement. We also measure the elapsed time during periods when the ELD does not require a valid position measurement within 5 miles. If the time exceeds 60 minutes in a 24 hour period, it is marked as a positioning compliance malfunction. An ELD monitors its storage capacity and integrity and detects data recording compliance malfunction if it can no longer record or retain required events or retrieve recorded logs that are not otherwise catalogued remotely by the motor carrier. The ELD monitors the completeness of the ELD event record information in relation to the required data elements for each event type and records a missing data elements data diagnostics event for the driver if any required field is missing at the time of recording. We check to make sure that our data transfer mechanism works properly at least once every 7 days. All Data Diagnostic events are handled similarly according to the mandate.
Certifying StatementWe certify that our ELD application and related hardware have been tested to meet the FMCSA's test procedures.

Company Information

ManufacturerCarJack GPS
Contact Email[email protected]
Contact Phone Number+5216643855155
AddressCalle Mision San Javier 10661-A Zona Rio Tijuana BC Mexico, Tijuana Baja California Mexico 22010

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Device ID
CarJack GPS CarJack ELD WLI001

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