Module of accelerometer vector
Internal battery voltage
ID of channel that received a message
Value of over rpm counter
Value of over speed counter
ID of device that received a message
Name of device that received a message
ID of device type of device that received a message
Total calculated engine motorhours
Unique event sequence number
GSM base station ID
GSM location area code
Device unique identifier like serial number, IMEI, etc
Network signal strength
IP:port from which device connecting to the channel
Altitude value for position
Ground base stations used to correct satellite-sourced position. E.g. DGPS or RTK for Galileo", type="boolean"]
Heading angle at position detection moment
GNSS fix type enum (0 = "not fixed", 1 = "2D", 2 = "3D")
Horizontal dilution of precision
Latitude coordinate value
Longitude coordinate value
Position dilution of precision
Instant speed at position detection moment
Vertical dilution of precision
ID of protocol
Timestamp when server received a message
Current signal state
Signal threshold exceed
Current value of the variable associated with signal
Total time that vehicle was in idling state
Vehicle mileage in base units configured in device (km, miles, 100m etc)
To connect your tracker using the DCT Cyrus protocol, you need to have a dct-cyrus channel created first.
Point your tracker to the channel's domain name:port via SMS or configuration tool provided by the vendor.
Then create a device instance for your tracker and use a 15-character IMEI (usually specified on the tracker casing) in the ident field.
Use the Toolbox tab on the device screen to check if the messages are coming.
It is possible to configure DCT Cyrus devices OTA using the flespi web-based configurator tool. To connect DCT Cyrus to Wialon or another platform via flespi please read this article.