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Continental VDO RoadLog EOBR Vehicle Unit

Product Features:

  • Designed to allow drivers, fleets and owner operators to record and report Hours of Service, Vehicle Inspection and Repair Maintenance and other key compliance data quickly, easily and without monthly fees
  • Eliminates the chance of manual book log errors
  • Provides printouts from the integrated printer of all the information a master log provides
  • Driver User Record-of-Duty Status data recording (15 days): On-duty, driving, sleeper berth or off duty
  • Vehicle Events Data Recording (30 days): Traveling/stop status detection, trailer assignment, shipment document recording, total odometer, refueling tracking
  • Vehicle Tracking Data Recording (30 days): global positioning data acquisition
  • Driver Vehicle Inspection Reports (DVIR) Data Recording (30 days): tracking vehicle mechanical/electrical defects reported by the driver
  • Company Log in/Log off Data Recording: ability to track vehicle’s use by more than one company or more than one driver
  • Non-Zero Vehicle and Engine Speed Recordings (360 hours): Detection of hard breaking and over rev, 2 digital inputs can be recorded (e.g. door open)
  • Fleet managers download drivers’ data in seconds from RoadLog Driver Key USB (Permission to access data from the RoadLog EOBR is possible only with the Driver Key or Fleet Key USBs, so that drivers and enforcement officials access only the data that they need to see. RoadLog is fully protected and tamper resistant, to ensure data integrity and data privacy)
  • Includes a lifetime of free software updates for HOS and EABR regulation compliance
  • FMCSA compliant
  • See Chart Below to determine the Installation Kit that’s right for your truck.

VDO Install Chart

  • D10Y-Cables are an optional upgrade that retain an open cable connector in the cab
  • Most 2007 and newer vehicles have the 9 pin configuration
  • Vehicles built from 2002 to 2006 may have either the 6 pin or 9 pin configuration
  • Vehicles built from 1996 to 2001 generally have the 6 pin configuration
  • Vehicles built before 1996 may have the 6 pin configuration, a special OEM connector, or no connector
  • Vehicles built from 1992 to 1995 with Electronic Fuel Injection may have a 6 pin connector, a special G120EM connector, or no diagnostic connector port
  • A16 Vehicles built before 1992 typically have Mechanical Fuel Injection and may require the installation of a speed sensor