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in Vehicle tracking by anonymous

Good day,

I am busy implementing codec 8 into our software in c#,  So far it is going well, However, the size of the packets that both my FMB204 & FMB125 are sending me is massive  1250 bytes.  (this is massive)

I am trying to achieve a very simple outcome,  To send location & temperature every 5 minutes.

Data Acquisition Settings:

  • Min Period 3600
  • Min Records 1
  • Send Period 300

IO Elements:

  • all disabled except for gsm signal strength set to low


Now when I break down my packets it seems to be sending me a whole lot of data.  19 AVL Messages all containing the same info

"{\"DataPoints\":[{\"Id\":239,\"Length\":1,\"Value\":\"00\"},{\"Id\":240,\"Length\":1,\"Value\":\"00\"},{\"Id\":21,\"Length\":1,\"Value\":\"00\"},{\"Id\":200,\"Length\":1,\"Value\":\"00\"},{\"Id\":69,\"Length\":1,\"Value\":\"01\"},{\"Id\":181,\"Length\":2,\"Value\":\"000C\"},{\"Id\":182,\"Length\":2,\"Value\":\"000B\"},{\"Id\":66,\"Length\":2,\"Value\":\"2DF6\"},{\"Id\":67,\"Length\":2,\"Value\":\"100C\"},{\"Id\":68,\"Length\":2,\"Value\":\"00D4\"},{\"Id\":241,\"Length\":4,\"Value\":\"00000000\"},{\"Id\":16,\"Length\":4,\"Value\":\"00000000\"}],\"GpsTimeStamp\":1238,\"ServerTimeStamp\":\"2020-02-02T06:15:17.4869268Z\",\"Priority\":8,\"Longitude\":21.8767105,\"Latitude\":175.8562461,\"Altitude\":-12288,\"Angle\":4276,\"Satelites\":4,\"Speed\":-12560}"

Please can you advise,

It seems like I am missing some sort of setting somewhere.

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by anonymous
Hi,

Can you please upload the terminal log from the device (Not from the server )

Thanks in advance

Naveen
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by anonymous
Hello,

So it turned out to be a really simple issue, the device has an offline queue, and it was trying to upload loads of data points.

I simply cleared/formated the flash and then it didn't try upload hundreds of readings.