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Software-Generated Fault Conditions

Software-Generated Fault Conditions

These are faults that the Performance Monitoring application can calculate when extraction data is returned.

Fault Description Condition
Axle Sensor High Distance (avg MPH >59 & dist>100; avg KMH >110 & dist > 160) Average speed greater than 59 MPH is reported in conjunction with a distance greater than 100 miles
Axle Sensor No distance (nonzero moving time and zero dist) Moving time greater than zero is reported in conjunction with a distance = 0 miles/kilometers
Check Parms Failed Parameter Send or Reset Last parameter reset to vehicle failed
Check Parms First record after parameter change First extract after last successful reset
Check Parms New vehicle requires parameter download A vehicle was created in the QTRACS application and automatically assigned to vehicle type "Rsv." Create a vehicle type with the most commom parameter settings and change the default from Rsv to the new vehicle type.
Check Parms Possible mobile unit firmware upgrade Mobile unit parameters have reverted back to factory settings indicating a possible firmware upgrade.
Sensors Engine time = zero A non-zero driver ID is reported in conjunction with engine time equal to zero hours
Snsr Cal/Rev Very High Speed (Cal or sensors reversed) Average speed greater than or equal to 80 MPH/129 KMH.
Speed Distance = zero with engine time greater than 4 hours A non-zero driver ID is reported in conjunction with engine time greater than or equal to 4 hours and distance equals zero
Performance Overrange extract received from vehicle Vehicle exceeded a threshold of an overrange parameter and triggered an extract.
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