A: An Electronic Logging Device (ELD) is a electronic hardware which is installed on a commercial motor vehicle engine to record driver hours of service (HOS) and record of duty status (RODS). Commercial drivers regulate driving hours by a set of rules known as the hours of service (HOS) in the United States.
A: ELD compliance refers to complying with the ELD mandate. ELD compliance means non-exempt commercial drivers need to have an FMCSA-registered ELD solution and conform with other key ELD mandate requirements.
The ELD mandate, also referred to as the ELD Final Rule, is a United States federal government regulation. It states that commercial motor vehicle operators are required to use an electronic logging device (ELD.
A: An electronic logging device (ELD) is a recording device that records vehicle parameters through its synchronization to the vehicle's engine, and allows for entries related to a driver's record of duty status (RODS)
A: The FMCSA electronic logbook device (ELD systems) rule requires that the devices in the cabs of trucks that will be used to replace paper logbooks have GPS tracking installed in them. Sinocastel ELD device T-229L is a smart GPS tracker with built in GPS and 4G module
A: Sinocastel ELD solution is certified and registered with FMCSA. Our ELD solutions ensure compliance for Hours of Service (HOS), Driver Vehicle Inspection Reporting (DVIR), and driver identification (Driver ID).
ELD solutions include:
Fuel usage and mileage monitoring
Cold chain temperature monitoring
Engine data and diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) for proactive vehicle maintenance
Integration with Vehicle Management Systems (VMS)
Founded in 2007, Sinocastel is one of the largest GPS tracker manufacturers in China. We have over 15 years of experience in the development and manufacture of automotive electronics.