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  • Stoneridge Electronics LtdDD55468 Rev 01 1

    Stoneridge Electronics Ltd

    Tachograph Re-certificationTraining Course

    Stoneridge Electronics LtdDD55468 Rev 01 2

    Stoneridge Electronics LtdCOPYRIGHT

    This training course and all material used and issued throughout this course is the sole Copyright of Stoneridge Electronics Ltd.

    The information contained in this document is the Property of Stoneridge Electronics Ltd. and should not be disclosed, reproduced in whole or in part, or used under any condition by anyone without the written authority of Stoneridge Electronics Ltd.

  • Stoneridge Electronics Ltd DD55468 Rev 01 3

    Day 1

    9:00 Introduction, Health & Safety Information

    9:05 Company Profile

    9:10 Tachograph Introduction, Charts & Regulations

    9:45 W,K & L and Calibration

    10:00 Senders & Cables

    10:10 Tea Break

    10:20 Sealing and Plaques

    10:50 Using the 8400 Tachograph

    11:15 The MKII Tachograph Programmer

    11:30 Using the MKII Programmer with the 8400 Tachograph

    12:30 Lunch

    13:00 Using the 2400 Tachograph

    13:45 Using the MKII Programmer with the 2400 Tachograph

    15:00 Tea Break

    15:15 Questions?

    15:30 Exam

    16:45 Finish

    Stoneridge Electronics LtdDD55468 Rev 01 4

    Statement

    This course has been written and created in conjunction with the VOSA published document

    The Approved Tachograph Centre Manual

    Please consult your copy of the VOSA manual

    This is a VOSA approved training course

  • Stoneridge Electronics LtdDD55468 Rev 01 5

    Section 1.1

    Health & Safety

    Stoneridge Electronics Ltd DD55468 Rev 01 6

    Health & Safety

    In the event of the fire alarm sounding, personnel should leave the building by the nearest practical exit, keeping traffic routes clear for emergency services, and gather at assembly point 6 at the front of the building

    DO NOT STOP TO TAKE POSSESSIONS WITH YOU OR GO BACK FOR THEM

    DO NOT RE-ENTER THE BUILDING UNTIL INSTRUCTED BY THE EVACUATION COORDINATOR OR HIS DEPUTY

    This is a no smoking facility

    Smoking is only permitted in the designated area at the side of the facility

    Lunch, Coffee & Tea are provided free of charge in the Canteen

    Toilet Facilities are at the front end of the building

  • Stoneridge Electronics LtdDD55468 Rev 01 7

    Section 1.2

    Company Profile

    Stoneridge Electronics Ltd DD55468 Rev 01 8

    (1) 50% Ownership

    (2) 20% Ownership

    Alphabet StoneridgeElectronics Group Actuator/Sensor Products

    Finance

    StoneridgeWarren, OH, USA

    Chihuahua,Mexico

    Warren, OH Stoneridge Electronics- Stockholm, Sweden- rebro, Sweden- Tallinn, Estonia- Dundee, Scotland, UK

    Pollak Electronics- El Paso, TX- Juarez, Mexico

    PST Electrnica JV(1)- Campinas, Brazil- Manaus, Brazil

    Minda/Stoneridge JV(2)-Pune, India

    Canton, MA

    Juarez, Mexico

    Cheltenham, England, UK

    Pollak Actuators - Boston, MA

    Hi-Stat - Lexington, OH

    Hi-Stat Sensors- Sarasota, FL- Lexington, OH

    Pollak Switch Products

    Stoneridge Sales

    China Representative Office

    Monclova,Mexico

  • Stoneridge Electronics Ltd DD55468 Rev 01 9

    Stoneridge Electronics Locations

    Sales & Support:

    Stuttgart, Germany Frankfurt, GermanyNuremberg, Germany Madrid, SpainParis, FranceBayonne, France

    Dundee, Scotland rebro, Sweden Bromma, Sweden Tallinn, Estonia

    Stoneridge Electronics Ltd DD55468 Rev 01 10

    UK Design, Manufacture & Sales

    Dundee 100+ employees 7400 m

  • Stoneridge Electronics Ltd DD55468 Rev 01 11

    Instrument Clusters

    Tachographs

    Multiplex Systems

    Power Distribution Centre

    ECUs

    Telematics Systems

    Overview Stoneridge Electronics Products

    Stoneridge Electronics Ltd DD55468 Rev 01 12

    Stoneridge Electronics Customers

    Off RoadVCESame Deutz-FahrCase New Holland

    BusScaniaVolvoEvoBusJonckheere PlaxtonIRISBus

    TrucksScaniaVolvo Daimler ChryslerMANRenault DAF

    AutomotiveRenaultFordEberspcher

  • Stoneridge Electronics LtdDD55468 Rev 01 13

    Section 1.3

    Tachograph Introduction, Charts & Regulations

    Stoneridge Electronics Ltd DD55468 Rev 01 14

    Tachograph Introduction - Why is a Tachograph Required?

    All EU member countries must adhere to EU legislation. It is a legal requirement to have a Tachograph chart fitted or Driver smartcard inserted, depending on vehicle Tachograph type, whilst driving a non-exempt vehicle

    Under EU Tachograph legislation, all vehicles that are used for commercial purposes and have a maximum permissible weight of greater than 3.5 tonnes must have a Tachograph installed

    Tachographs are required to be fitted to passenger carrying vehicles with more than 9 seats for all journeys. Note: an exemption is given to vehicles with between 10 and 17 seats exclusively for the non-commercial carriage of passengers

    There are a number of examples of vehicles that are exempt to these rules as listed in the EU legislation e.g. vehicles with a maximum speed of not more than 40 km/h. The legislation also defines the specification that any type approved Tachograph must meet

  • Stoneridge Electronics Ltd DD55468 Rev 01 15

    Tachograph Introduction 1100 Tachograph

    The first type of Tachograph introduced by Veeder-Root was in the 1970s and was the 1100 series Mechanical Tachograph

    This was similar in design to existing mechanical drive circular speedometers of that time

    The 1100 Tachograph utilises a mechanical flexible rotating shaft drive cable that is connected between the gearbox rotating shaft output and the rear of the Tachograph driving the mechanical speed and distance measuring systems within the instrument

    An electrical supply to the Tachograph is required, but only to power the clock and the lamps

    Stoneridge Electronics Ltd DD55468 Rev 01 16

    Tachograph Introduction 1400 Tachograph

    The Electronic Tachograph was first introduced by Veeder-Root in the early 1980s and was the 1200 series. This was superseded by the more advanced 1400 series Tachograph in early 1984

    The exterior design was very similar to 1100 Mechanical Tachographs

    The 1200/1400 Tachograph eliminates the need for a mechanical flexible rotating shaft gearbox drive cable and instead uses an electronic gearbox motion sensor and electric cable to connect to the gearbox output

    Microprocessor technology was used for the internal speed and distance measuring systems within the instrument

  • Stoneridge Electronics Ltd DD55468 Rev 01 17

    Tachograph Introduction 8300/8400 Tachographs

    In 1987 the 8300 Tachograph was introduced and used a microcontroller to perform the basic measurement, calculation and control functions

    The 8300 Tachograph was the first Veeder-root Tachograph to utilise the four 8-way Amp mini-timer rear connectors that have since become the industry standard

    In 1991 the 8400 series Tachograph was introduced. It is visually and dimensionally identical to the 8300 Tachograph but uses more modern electronics

    The 8400 has electronically programmable engine rev bands, overspeed, ignition-on-record and pulses-per-rev settings

    The 8300 and 8400 Tachographs are automatic in terms of drive recording

    Stoneridge Electronics Ltd DD55468 Rev 01 18

    Tachograph Introduction 2400 Tachograph

    The 2400 series Veeder-root Tachograph was introduced in 1999

    These tachographs fit inside a standard ISO7736 radio enclosure allowing for an integrated cluster in the vehicle

    The 2400 can be driven from an 8-pulse sender but unlike older tachographs it can also accept speed pulses from an encrypted sender, KITAS 1. This device provides the Tachograph with a secure speed signal that cannot be tampered with without the tachograph sensing and memorising the event

    The 2400 was designed to function under CANbus and/or K-line control

    It also has a real time clock with a 10 year battery life

  • Stoneridge Electronics Ltd DD55468 Rev 01 19

    Tachograph Introduction SE5000 Digital Tachograph

    The Digital Tachograph was introduced by Stoneridge in 2005 in the form of the SE5000

    The SE5000 Digital Tachograph is designed to fit inside a standard ISO7736 radio enclosure

    The SE5000 can only be driven from a gearbox motion sensor device known as an encrypted sender, KITAS 2

    The SE5000 was designed to comply with EU regulation 1360/2002 and displays and records speed, distance and driver duties in a digital format recorded in internal memory and duties on a driver smartcard

    The EU type approval number for the SE5000 Tachograph is e5 0002

    Stoneridge Electronics Ltd DD55468 Rev 01 20

    Charts Pear Hole Charts

    Pear hole charts are detailed below. There is 24 Hour time scales which are standard to all one-day charts, subsections for speed, 4th trace/events recording, activity mode, distance and centrefield

    Centre Field

    24 Hour MarkingsSpeed Trace

    4th Stylus/Events

    Activity Mode

    Distance Trace

  • Stoneridge Electronics Ltd DD55468 Rev 01 21

    Charts Pear Hole Charts Reverse Side

    Manual Entries

    Chart and Tachograph EU Approval Numbers, Always check compatibility.

    Additional Changes of Vehicle

    Stoneridge Electronics Ltd DD55468 Rev 01 22

    Tachograph Regulations Analogue Recording Equipment

    In 1985 new EU Tachograph Recording Equipment legislation was issued in the form of Council Regulation (EEC) No. 3821/85. This legislation, which is commonly known as Annex