Teltonika FMB130 | GPRS/GNSS tracker | GSM, GPS, GLONASS, GALIL
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Teltonika FMB130 | GPRS/GNSS tracker | GSM, GPS, GLONASS, GALILEO, BEIDOU, QZSS, AGPS

Teltonika FMB130 | GPRS/GNSS tracker | GSM, GPS, GLONASS, GALILEO, BEIDOU, QZSS, AGPS

CODE: TELTONIKA FMB130BSXW01
50,93 GBP without VAT
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Teltonika FMB130

The Teltonika FMB130 is an advanced tracker with internal GNSS and GSM antennas, featuring configurable digital/analog/negative inputs/pulse inputs, three digital outputs, Bluetooth data transfer capability and a backup battery.

FMB130

Wide range of connection possibilities for different sensors

TheGLONASS/GPS Tracker FMB130 is the first device in Teltonika's range to feature negative input</b. This innovation saves time installing various sensors such as door sensor, alarm button, seat belt sensor and other similar sensors. The FMB130 also has the ability to connect pulse fuel sensors. Pulse fuel sensors have higher measurement accuracy. This is ideal for vehicles with high fuel consumption such as construction vehicles, agricultural vehicles, trailers and more.

FMB130

Distinguishing features:

  • Programmable inputs
  • Three digital outputs
  • Negative input
  • 1-Wire® interface for connection of temperature sensors and RFID/iButton tags
  • Rechargeable battery enables operation without an external power supply
  • Bluetooth for connecting external devices and Low Energy sensors

SPECIFICATION

Module
Name Teltonika TM2500
Technology GSM/GPRS/GNSS/BLUETOOTH
GNSS
GNSS GPS, GLONASS, GALILEO, BEIDOU, QZSS, AGPS
Receiver Tracking: 33
Tracking sensitivity -165 dBM
Accuracy < 2.5m CEP
Hot start < 1 s
Warm start < 25 s
Cold start < 35 s
Mobile network
Technology GSM
2G bands Quad-band 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 MHz
Transmission of data GPRS Multi-Slot Class 12 (up to 240 kbps), GPRS Mobile Station Class B
Data support SMS (text/data)
Power supply
Input voltage range 10 - 30 V DC with overvoltage protection
Internal backup battery Rechargeable 170 mAh Li-Ion, 3.7 V (0.63 Wh)
Bluetooth
Specification 4.0 LE
Supported peripherals Temperature and humidity sensor, OBDII dongle, Inateck barcode scanner, support for universal BLE sensors
Physical characteristics
Dimensions 65 mm x 56.6 mm x 20.6 mm (L x W x H)
Weight 55 g
Work environment
Operating temperature (without battery) -40 °C to 85 °C
Storage temperature (without battery) -40 °C to 85 °C
Humidity during operation 5% to 95%, non-condensing
Degree of protection against penetration IP41
Battery charging temperature 0 °C to 45 °C
Battery discharge temperature -20 °C to 60 °C
Battery storage temperature -20 °C to 45 °C for 1 month
-20 °C to 35 °C for 6 months
Interfaces
Digital inputs 3
Negative inputs 1 (Digital input 2)
Pulse inputs 2 (Digital input 1, Digital input 2)
Digital outputs 3
Analogue inputs 2
CAN adapter inputs 1
1-wire 1
GNSS antenna Internal high gain antenna
Cellular antenna Internal high-gain antenna
USB 2.0 Micro-USB
LED indicator 2 status LEDs
SIM Micro-SIM eSIM
Memory 128MB internal flash memory
Features
Sensors Accelerometer
Scenarios Eco-driving, over-speed detection, GNSS fuel meter, DOUT control via connection, over-idling detection, Immobilizer, iButton read notification, power disconnect detection, towing detection, collision detection, automatic geofence, manual geofence, travel
Sleep modes GPS sleep, Online deep sleep, Deep sleep, Ultra deep sleep
Configuration and firmware upgrade FOTA Web, FOTA, Teltonika Configurator (USB, Bluetooth), FMBT mobile application (configuration)
SMS Configuration, Events, DOUT Control, Debug
GPRS commands Configuration, DOUT control, Debug
Time synchronization GNSS, NITZ, NTP
Fuel monitoring LLS (Analog), LV-CAN200, ALL-CAN300, CAN-CONTROL, OBDII key

SUPPORT

Downloads:

Technical Specification - Teltonika FMB130 Download
Quick reference guide Download

FAQ

How to insert the Micro-SIM card and connect the battery?

Gently remove the lower cover of the FMC130 using the plastic removal tool on both sides. Then remove the top cover.
Insert the Micro-SIM card as shown, with the PIN request option disabled. Make sure that the cut off corner of the Micro-SIM card is facing forward towards the slot. 3.
3. connect the battery to the device as shown. Place the battery in a location where it will not obstruct other components. 4.
After you have configured the device, see "Connecting to a PC (Windows)", put the top and bottom covers back on.

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