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in Vehicle tracking by anonymous
hi .

I have some question about crash detection:

what is fake crash detection?

what is limit crash detection?

what is real crash detection?

how can we config these ?

I found these information in avl description

https://wiki.teltonika-gps.com/view/FMB120_Teltonika_Data_Sending_Parameters_ID

ID=247

Tnx

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by anonymous

Hello.

Fake crash is described in the protocol, either pothole or speed check and drivers usually press on the brakes so that traffic enforcement camera would not take a picture of the vehicle and would not get fined.

Limited crash trace is sent when Crash trace setting has "Trace Changes" setting enabled. It is GNSS and acceleration data, when acceleration values are changed by more then 50mG

While Trace Full sample's all the data during crash and generates more data as a result.

Real crash - it is opposite of fake crash, when threshold was reached and it is detected as a real crash. Detection is done internally on the device, you do not need to worry about configuring it.

Regarding Crash detection you can find more information on our WIki: https://wiki.teltonika-gps.com/view/FMB202_Accelerometer_Features_settings#Crash_Detection

Best Regards