Hardware Requirements and Software Dependencies
This firmware release supports the following and higher MCNs:
- CV90-JC339-1xx, -2xx, -3xx
- CA90-JE045-1xx, -2xx
- CV90-JE045-1xx, -2xx
- CA90-JC339-1xx, -2xx, -3xx
and is composed of the following software:
- PAPI 1.9.1
- VIOP 10.00
- WEC2013 OS (OS 61)
- Nuance 1.0
- CoPilot® 184.108.40.2069
- Navigo 220.127.116.11
- Zetakey 1.0
- OTNav 4.9.9
- Drivewyze 2.0.1
- 3G units (UAs 108000000 - 108499999) are compatible with the Microsoft Windows Embedded Compact operating system (WEC2013 OS) OS33 or higher.
- LTE units (UA 108500000 or higher) are compatible with the Microsoft Windows Embedded Compact operating system (WEC2013 OS) OS50 or higher.
HOS New Features and Enhancements
Updates to Sleeper Berth
When a co-driver is Off-duty in a Passenger Seat of a moving comercial vehicle (49 CFR 395.2) to complete a Split Sleeper Berth pairing, the ELD will no longer change automatically the driver’s duty status to On-duty not Driving. The co-driver will receive a warning message at 30, 15, and 1 minute before the third hour of off-duty time if the vehicle is moving; however, there will be no automatic duty status change.
Multiple reports indicated that drivers were continuously alerted to the potential for HOS rules violation, as seen in the image below, after an extension of the 14-hour work window was granted in accordance with the new HOS rules.
In order to fix this, pessimistic alerts are now removed so drivers will only see the true optimistic driving alerts at 60, 30, and 15 minutes before and at the time of violation. Once a driver has selected the Will Pair SB option, the following screen will be displayed. Drivers must acknowledge the requirement by selecting OK. If the driver turns off the Will Pair SB option, no message box will be displayed.
The same changes apply for Canadian split sleeper alerts.
The IVG DA1011R is a patch for DA1010R. To see a complete description of updates and fixes, please review the Previous IVG Release Notes in addition to the information shown here.