Plug & Play, Most Affordable ELD Compliance Solution
BlueLink plugs into the vehicle's ECM port (J1939, J1708 or OBDII port) and sends via Bluetooth BLE4.1 to the DriverLog Logbook app the engine diagnostics data required by FMCSA for ELD compliance including: Odometer, Engine Hours, Engine ON / OFF. Additionally, BlueLink sends periodic engine diagnostic codes as they appear that can be displayed on the device for the driver and can be forwarded by the device to the fleet management server via the cellular data plan of the device. BlueLink is able to monitor simultaneously or separately the J1939, J1708 and OBDII protocols.
BlueLink is easily plugged into the ECM port via a J1708 (6pin), J1939 (9pin), J1708/J1939 (9pin) dual pass through connector or an OBDII connector. Alternatively, BlueLink can be hard wired in place.
BlueLink plugs into the vehicle ECM without interfering with your current fleet management operation.
With full support for J1939/J1708 & OBDII protocols all in one plug & play device, BlueLink will send the GPS and ECM data via Bluetooth BLE to any tablet or smartphone. The DriverLog App receives the data and syncs with the DriverLog server via the ELD device’s cellular data plan. BlueLink Integrated with DriverLog can provide a fleet with a complete ELD and GPS based fleet management system without the need to install a telematics GPS unit in each vehicle. BlueLink is the ideal solution to be used with both smart phones and broadband Android tablets.
View of the driver HOS status within current cycle
Provides complete visibility of daily and historical monitoring of the inspection finding for every truck
WEB Driver's Daily Log
You can see the Recap info and edit if the driver make a mistake.
The DriverLog platform is providing the dispatcher with complete visibility of the status of every driver in the E-Log HOS shift and cycle including replay of daily history and comprehensive reports.
Up to the second data protection
The HOS data on the DriverLog eLog device is continuously and automatically synchronized with the data stored on the server. If the driver loses or breaks the device, when logging in from a new device, the server will automatically download to the new device the current and historical data.