EYE SENSOR / BTSMP1

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Introduction

Wireless solutions open up new horizons for your business and help to keep an eye on your assets. Discover our brand-new and certified Bluetooth Low Energy ID sensor model from Teltonika with robust waterproof casing and a long-lifetime battery. The model is designed for a low-cost fast and easy configuration and integration to save precious time, resources, and ensure accountability.

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About BTSMP1

Perfect for traceability use cases, delivery tracking, monitoring of various movable objects in logistics (trailers, containers), agriculture (tractor attachments), and constructions (tools and inventory). Sensors data makes it especially suitable for cold chain refrigerator use cases. The built-in accelerometer can detect item movement, pitch and roll of the device. Magnet detection can be used for wireless open/close detection and notifications such as trailer door events, etc. EYE sensor supports iBeacon and Eddystone protocols. The device is fully compatible with the Teltonika firmware platform which provides extended functionality. Configure, scan, and update anytime anywhere with a dedicated Teltonika mobile app

Product Specification

Features

Functionalities
Beacon ID, LED, Temperature, Humidity, Accelerometer, Magnet detection
Dimensions and weight
Dimensions 56,6 mm x 38 mm x 13 mm
Weight 18g
Battery and power
Model CR2450
Type Type Lithium, Manganese Dioxide
Total Capacity 600 mAh
Replaceable No
Battery life (Tx=2 dBm; interval: 3 s) 2.5+ years
Battery life (Tx=2 dBm; interval: 5 s), default 4+ years
Battery life (Tx=2 dBm; interval: 10 s) 5+ years
Connectivity
Bluetooth Bluetooth 4.2 compliant,

Bluetooth 5.2 certified

Range 80 m
Available transmission power levels Up to 8 dBm
Sensitivity -88 dBm
Casing
Protection IP67
Mounting Two holes to screw/leash/strip, tape
Customization Custom logo upon request (Special conditions)
Environmental Requirements
Humidity (non-condensing) From 0% to 100%
Operational temperature -20°C / +60°C (-4°F / +140°F)
Protocols compatibility
iBeacon Yes

*iOS doesn't show devices with iBeacon protocol

Eddystone Yes
EYE Sensor Yes

Dimensions

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Mounting recomendations

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EYE App Configuration

Devices work constantly and are ready to perform out of the box. Default basic Sensor settings are set to:
• Transmitting at 2 dBm power.
• Data advertising at 1 second intervals.
• Eddystone and Sensors protocol

If you would like to change these settings you will need to:
1) Download and install EYE APP - Teltonika application to change sensor settings.
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Eye App Overview

With the application you will be able to scan for visible Teltonika EYE devices, check their statuses or connect for configuration or firmware update.

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Devices in view

In this window you will see all visible devices. You have options to see devices in Short list Shortlist.jpg or in default list. When looking at devices in default list you will be able to open Detailed view Detailed.jpg of devices and check transmitted data statuses. Additionaly if you are looking for specific devices you will be able to use Search Search button eye app.jpg function to filter search options. When in this window select a device of your choice to connect and after passing pin code (default pin code is 123456) you will go to device overview window.

Overview window

In overview window you can see device details, check firmware version and update if available , go to device configuration settings. If you select to Configure device new window will open with Basic and Advanced settings.

Configure window

In this window you can check and change device configuration settings. In main tab Basic Settings you can change main settings. Change Device name, Power signal strength, Advertising interval and Packet transmission type*. For more settings go to Advanced settings tab to enable various events.

Advanced configuration window

Advanced configuration: Beacon Settings

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In Advanced settings tab you can can configure EYE beacon sensor parameters: Beacon information (iBeacon ID*, Eddystone ID). UUID/MINOR/MAJOR parameter can be changed for iBeacon ID*. Namespace ID/Instance ID can be changed for Eddystone ID. If you scroll down you will be able to adjust Sensor reading interval and event settings of the EYE Sensor Note: iOS doesn't show devices with iBeacon protocol

Advanced configuration: Sensor reading and events


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Magnetic field event - adjust if the device generates events based on detection or exit (loss) of the magnet. Humidity event - adjust if the device generates events based on entrance or exit to selected humidity range Temperature event - adjust if the device generates events based on entrance or exit to selected temperature range Movement event - adjust movement/stop detection and timeouts it takes to register movement / stopping
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Maximum event duration - how long will one event be advertised Event advertising settings - advertising period after event detection Sensor reading interval - how often values are updated by the device


FM Tracker Configuration

Teltonika configurator (standard functionality / advanced mode)

If you have firmware / configurator which does not support EYE sensor tab in Bluetooth 4.0 section, then you can still use Avanced BLE configuration to connect with EYE Sensors.

To configure FM with BTSMP1 EYE Sensor:

Requirements:

Firmware/configurator version with multiple custom IO fields per sensor, we recommend:

FMBXXX: 03.27.07.Rev.00/1.7.22_B.3.27_R.21 or newer

FMX640: 01.02.03/1.7.24_B.FM64_R.34 or newer (FMB640 does not support for BLE functionality)

Step 1: Check EYE App Settings:

  1. Make sure that name of the sensor is default length (10 symbols) in EYE App Basic Configuration window
  2. Note what Packet settings you have set in EYE App Basic Configuration window

Step 2: Configure FM device using Teltonika configurator:

  1. In System settings Enable Codec8 Extended;
  2. In GPRS settings Configure GPRS Settings and Server Settings
  3. In Bluetooth settings Enable Bluetooth, set this setting as either "Enable (hidden)" or "Enable (visible)", otherwise Bluetooth will be disabled;
  4. In Bluetooth 4.0 settings:
    1. set Non Stop Scan to "Disable", configure "Update Frequency" and "Scan duration" as 30 seconds. These settings will bring the best results for BLE scanning with our device;
    2. In Bluetooth 4.0 settings Advanced Mode Settings Load EYE Sensor preset according to packet settings in EYE app(if you do not have preset you can download them from below table)
    3. Configure MAC address of the sensor
  5. To receive data to server enable corresponding IO elements in FMB120 I/O settings


Advanced mode configuration:

EYE Sensor Packet Setting:
Preset you should use: EYE Sensors EYE iBeacon EYE Eddystone
FMBXXX Preset download link: Download zip.png Download zip.png Download zip.png
FMBXXX Configuration example download link: Download zip.png Download zip.png Download zip.png
FMX640 Preset download link: Download zip.png Download zip.png Download zip.png
Instructions how you can manually add a preset: link



Preset Configuration:

If EYE Sensor Packet Settings is EYE Sensors or Eddystone and EYE Sensors:
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If EYE Sensor Packet Settings is EYE Sensors or iBeacon and EYE Sensors:

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IO element value descriptions:

NAME DESCRIPTION
Custom1 Flags(not supported with curent FMX640 preset)
Temperature Ambient temperature in Celsius
Humidity Ambient humidity in percent
Custom2 Movement and movement events count
Custom3 Angle
Custom4 Battery voltage (2000 + (VALUE * 10)) in mV
Property ID in AVL packet Property name Bytes Type Min Max Multiplier Units Description
25 BLE Temperature #1 2 Signed -4000 12500 0.01* °C Degrees ( °C ), -40 - +125;

Error codes:

4000 - abnormal sensor state

3000 - sensor not found

2000 - failed sensor data parsing

26 BLE Temperature #2 2 Signed -4000 12500 0.01* °C Degrees ( °C ), -40 - +125;

Error codes:

4000 - abnormal sensor state

3000 - sensor not found

2000 - failed sensor data parsing

27 BLE Temperature #3 2 Signed -4000 12500 0.01* °C Degrees ( °C ), -40 - +125;

Error codes:

4000 - abnormal sensor state

3000 - sensor not found

2000 - failed sensor data parsing

28 BLE Temperature #4 2 Signed -4000 12500 0.01* °C Degrees ( °C ), -40 - +125;

Error codes:

4000 - abnormal sensor state

3000 - sensor not found

2000 - failed sensor data parsing

86 BLE Humidity #1 2 Unsigned 0 1000 0.1* %RH Humidity
104 BLE Humidity #2 2 Unsigned 0 1000 0.1* %RH Humidity
106 BLE Humidity #3 2 Unsigned 0 1000 0.1* %RH Humidity
108 BLE Humidity #4 2 Unsigned 0 1000 0.1* %RH Humidity
331 BLE 1 Custom #1 Variable HEX 0 - - - Custom IO element for BLE sensor
463 BLE 1 Custom #2 8 UNSIGNED LONG INT 0 4294967295 - - Custom IO element for BLE sensor
464 BLE 1 Custom #3 8 UNSIGNED LONG INT 0 4294967295 - - Custom IO element for BLE sensor
465 BLE 1 Custom #4 8 UNSIGNED LONG INT 0 4294967295 - - Custom IO element for BLE sensor
466 BLE 1 Custom #5 8 UNSIGNED LONG INT 0 4294967295 - - Custom IO element for BLE sensor
332 BLE 2 Custom #1 Variable HEX 0 - - - Custom IO element for BLE sensor
467 BLE 2 Custom #2 8 UNSIGNED LONG INT 0 4294967295 - - Custom IO element for BLE sensor
468 BLE 2 Custom #3 8 UNSIGNED LONG INT 0 4294967295 - - Custom IO element for BLE sensor
469 BLE 2 Custom #4 8 UNSIGNED LONG INT 0 4294967295 - - Custom IO element for BLE sensor
470 BLE 2 Custom #5 8 UNSIGNED LONG INT 0 4294967295 - - Custom IO element for BLE sensor
333 BLE 3 Custom #1 Variable HEX 0 - - - Custom IO element for BLE sensor
471 BLE 3 Custom #2 8 UNSIGNED LONG INT 0 4294967295 - - Custom IO element for BLE sensor
472 BLE 3 Custom #3 8 UNSIGNED LONG INT 0 4294967295 - - Custom IO element for BLE sensor
473 BLE 3 Custom #4 8 UNSIGNED LONG INT 0 4294967295 - - Custom IO element for BLE sensor
474 BLE 3 Custom #5 8 UNSIGNED LONG INT 0 4294967295 - - Custom IO element for BLE sensor
334 BLE 4 Custom #1 Variable HEX 0 - - - Custom IO element for BLE sensor
475 BLE 4 Custom #2 8 UNSIGNED LONG INT 0 4294967295 - - Custom IO element for BLE sensor
476 BLE 4 Custom #3 8 UNSIGNED LONG INT 0 4294967295 - - Custom IO element for BLE sensor
477 BLE 4 Custom #4 8 UNSIGNED LONG INT 0 4294967295 - - Custom IO element for BLE sensor
478 BLE 4 Custom #5 8 UNSIGNED LONG INT 0 4294967295 - - Custom IO element for BLE sensor

Teltonika configurator new functionalities (not released yet)

Starting with firmware 03.27.10.Rev.323 there is additional tabs available in Bluetooth 4.0 section that allow for easier configuration to connect FM and EYE sensor or beacon.

Bluetooth 4.0
Functionalities were reorganized and transferred to Bluetooth 4.0 configuration tab with additional horizontal tabs selection for specific settings:

  • Global - Parameters responsible for device scanning ability like power and duratations.
  • EYE - Parameters to configure data reading from EYE sensors.


Common settings

  • Non Stop Scan - Enable Non Stop Scan feature, the device will try to scan for the sensors all the time if any of them are configured.
  • Sensors and Beacons Update frequency - changes sensors temperature/humidity/battery voltage data update frequency. Minimum value: 30s, maximum value: 65535s. Recommended value 30.
  • BLE Scan Duration - Sensors data reading time. Recommended value 30.
  • Scan retries until error - Scan retries count, till start to show the value as Error '3000' - sensor disconnected. Recommended value 30.
  • BT Power Level - Telematics device Bluetooth power level setting.
  • BLE Broadcasting service ID - Telematics device can broadcast configured ID.
  • BLE connection control - Connection mode settings. If broadcasting ID is configured, parameter should be set to Prohibit.


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Sensors
Sensor Configuration can be set to Custom Sensors, Eye Sensors or both. With the Custom Sensors setting enabled, any BLE sensor can be configured.
When EYE Sensors is selected, Eye Sensor connectionless functionalities or EYE list search window will appear, depending on the selected EYE Sensor filter.
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Name
When EYE Sensors Filter is set to Name, the Eye List search window will appear on the configurator. With this setting, separate EYE Sensor records (AVL ID: 11317) will be generated according to the configured parameters, which are described below:

  • Data Clear period- defines how long the FM tracker waits when the Eye sensor is not detected before removing it from the Eye Sensor list and not sending the sensor values. If Data Clear Period is set to 0, then the EYE Sensor will not be removed from the EYE Sensor list and it will always be included in the periodic records.
  • RSSI- Parameter defines the dBm threshold value of when the EYE sensor will be added to the sensor list. If the FM tracker detects the RSSI lower than the configured value, it will not be added to the EYE Sensor list.
  • Record period - Defines how often the EYE Sensor record (AVL ID: 11317) will be generated when the FM tracker is operating On Stop or On Move modes, according to the configured movement source..
  • EYE Sensor Settings - Define what sensor readings data is included in to the EYE Sensor Records. Sensor readings which are not needed can be disabled, to reduce data consumption.
  • EYE Name list - Defines what EYE sensors will be added to EYE Sensor list. For EYE Sensors to be added to the list, only the beginning part of the EYE Sensor local name has to match. For example, if in the EYE name list “EYE_SENSOR” is added and the FM tracker detects EYE_SENSOR1, EYE_SENSOR2, EYE_SENSORXYZ, all these EYE Sensors will be added to EYE Sensor list. If the EYE name list is left empty, all the detected EYE Sensors will be included in the EYE Sensor list. NOTE: If EYE Sensor has a name that matches configured one in EYE Name List and if it has a MAC address, that matches configured one in EYE Sensors filtered by MAC address, then such sensor will not be added to EYE Sensor list, but it’s data will be added according EYE Sensor filtered by MAC IO elements.

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Once Eye Sensor filtering by name list is selected, EYE Sensor records containing the AVL ID:11317 will start being generated. Below is an example of how EYE Sensor data is packed into AVL ID 11317
AVL ID 11317 structure

Eye Sensor #1
EYE Sensor #1 Data length 1 byte
1st Parameter ID 1 byte
1st Parameter Data Length 1 byte
1st Parameter Data variable
2nd Parameter ID 1 byte
2nd Parameter Data Length 1 byte
2nd Parameter Data variable
<...>
Nth Parameter ID 1 byte
Nth Parameter Data Length 1 byte
Nth Parameter Data variable
Eye Sensor #2
Eye Sensor #2 Data length 1 byte
1st Parameter ID 1 byte
1st Parameter Data Length 1 byte
1st Parameter Data variable
2nd Parameter ID 1 byte
2nd Parameter Data Length 1 byte
2nd Parameter Data variable
<...>
Nth Parameter ID 1 byte
Nth Parameter Data Length 1 byte
Nth Parameter Data variable
Eye Sensor #N
... ...

Parameter IDs are used to identify what type of EYE Sensor information is included in the packet. Below is the table describing the possible EYE Sensor parameter IDs, along with their data type and data length.

Table 1. EYE Sensor Parameter IDs
Parameter ID Name Data type Description
- 1 1 byte unsigned integer Reserved. Added To each Eye Sensor start. Currently always 0.
5 Eye Sensor #1 Device Name Array Device’s name from Device Name List tab
6 EYE Sensor #1 Temperature 2 byte signed integer Temperature value measured by EYE Sensor from List Values from -32768 to +32768 with 0.01 C delta
7 EYE Sensor #1 Humidity 1 byte unsigned integer Humidity measured by EYE Sensor from List Values from 0 to 100%
8 EYE Sensor #1 Magnet presence 1 byte unsigned integer Magnet measured by EYE Sensor from List Values from 0 to1
9 EYE Sensor #1 Movement presence 1 byte unsigned integer Movement measured by Eye Sensor from List Values
10 EYE Sensor #1 Movement count 2 byte unsigned integer Movement counts measured by EYE Sensor from List Values
11 EYE Sensor #1 Pitch 1 byte unsigned integer Pitch angle measured by Eye Sensor from list Values
12 EYE Sensor #1 Angle Roll 2 byte unsigned integer Roll Angle measured by EYE Sensor from List Values from
13 EYE Sensor #1 Low battery indicator 1 byte unsigned integer Low battery state measured by EYE Sensor from List Values from 0 to1
14 EYE Sensor #1 Battery voltage 2 byte unsigned integer Low battery state measured by EYE Sensor from List Values from 0 to1
15 EYE Sensor MAC address Array MAC Address of the Eye Sensor
16 EYE Sensor magnet trigger count 2 byte unsigned integer Magnet trigger counts measured by EYE Sensor from List Values



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MAC
IF EYE Sensors are selected to be filtered by MAC address, separate EYE sensor records will not be generated; EYE sensor values will be included into regular records with their corresponding IO elements. Up to 4 EYE Sensors can be configured with different MAC Addresses. In the case of filtering by MAC Address, more advanced configuration is possible, as EYE Sensors’ IOs’ Low, High level, Event Only and Operand parameters can also be configured separately for each IO.

  • Working Mode - parameter has 2 options – Disabled and EYE Sensor. When it is disabled, EYE Sensor IO values will not be included into the records. When EYE Sensor is selected, EYE Sensor IO values will be included into records.
  • MAC Settings - parameter specifies the MAC address of the EYE Sensor for the FM tracker to read, parse its data and put to corresponding IO elements. If the sensor is not found for set amount of scan retries, error values will be stored into IO elements.
  • I/O elements - allows for advanced EYE sensor I/O elements configuration.

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EYE Sensor AVL IDs

Table below describes I/O elements which were added for EYE sensor with the new functionalities release.

Property ID in AVL packet Property name Bytes Type Min Max Multiplier Units Description
11317 EYE Sensor List variable length HEX 0 bytes 1024 bytes - - EYE Sensor List
10800 EYE Temperature 1 2 Signed -32768 32768 0,01 °C Temperature measured by EYE sensor 1
10801 EYE Temperature 2 2 Signed -32768 32768 0,01 °C Temperature measured by EYE sensor 2
10802 EYE Temperature 3 2 Signed -32768 32768 0,01 °C Temperature measured by EYE sensor 3
10803 EYE Temperature 4 2 Signed -32768 32768 0,01 °C Temperature measured by EYE sensor 4
10804 EYE Humidity 1 1 Unsigned 0 100 - % Humidity measured by EYE sensor 1
10805 EYE Humidity 2 1 Unsigned 0 100 - % Humidity measured by EYE sensor 2
10806 EYE Humidity 3 1 Unsigned 0 100 - % Humidity measured by EYE sensor 3
10807 EYE Humidity 4 1 Unsigned 0 100 - % Humidity measured by EYE sensor 4
10808 EYE Magnet 1 1 Unsigned 0 1 - - Magnet measured by EYE sensor 1
10809 EYE Magnet 2 1 Unsigned 0 1 - - Magnet measured by EYE sensor 2
10810 EYE Magnet 3 1 Unsigned 0 1 - - Magnet measured by EYE sensor 3
10811 EYE Magnet 4 1 Unsigned 0 1 - - Magnet measured by EYE sensor 4
10812 EYE Movement 1 1 Unsigned 0 1 - - Movement state and count measured by EYE sensor 1
10813 EYE Movement 2 1 Unsigned 0 1 - - Movement state and count measured by EYE sensor 2
10814 EYE Movement 3 1 Unsigned 0 1 - - Movement state and count measured by EYE sensor 3
10815 EYE Movement 4 1 Unsigned 0 1 - - Movement state and count measured by EYE sensor 4
10816 EYE Pitch 1 1 Unsigned -90 90 - - Pitch and Roll angles measured by EYE sensor 1
10817 EYE Pitch 2 1 Unsigned -90 90 - - Pitch and Roll angles measured by EYE sensor 2
10818 EYE Pitch 3 1 Unsigned -90 90 - - Pitch and Roll angles measured by EYE sensor 3
10819 EYE Pitch 4 1 Unsigned -90 90 - - Pitch and Roll angles measured by EYE sensor 4
10820 EYE Low Battery 1 1 Unsigned 0 1 - - Low Battery indication EYE sensor 1
10821 EYE Low Battery 2 1 Unsigned 0 1 - - Low Battery indication EYE sensor 2
10822 EYE Low Battery 3 1 Unsigned 0 1 - - Low Battery indication EYE sensor 3
10823 EYE Low Battery 4 1 Unsigned 0 1 - - Low Battery indication EYE sensor 4
10824 EYE Battery Voltage 1 2 Unsigned 0 65535 - - Battery Voltage of EYE sensor 1
10825 EYE Battery Voltage 2 2 Unsigned 0 65535 - - Battery Voltage of EYE sensor 2
10826 EYE Battery Voltage 3 2 Unsigned 0 65535 - - Battery Voltage of EYE sensor 3
10827 EYE Battery Voltage 4 2 Unsigned 0 65535 - - Battery Voltage of EYE sensor 4
10832 EYE Roll 1 2 signed -180 180 - - Roll value of EYE Sensor 1
10833 EYE Roll 2 2 signed -180 180 - - Roll value of EYE Sensor 2
10834 EYE Roll 3 2 signed -180 180 - - Roll value of EYE Sensor 3
10835 EYE Roll 4 2 signed -180 180 - - Roll value of EYE Sensor 4
10836 EYE Movement Count 1 2 unsigned 0 65535 - - Movement count value of EYE Sensor 1
10837 EYE Movement Count 2 2 unsigned 0 65535 - - Movement count value of EYE Sensor 2
10838 EYE Movement Count 3 2 unsigned 0 65535 - - Movement count value of EYE Sensor 3
10839 EYE Movement Count 4 2 unsigned 0 65535 - - Movement count value of EYE Sensor 4


Eye sensor parameters have error code values, which will written to the I/O value if parameter data is not received. From the error code value, it is possible to distinguish whether the issue is on the FM tracker side or the EYE Sensor. Below is a table describing these values.

Eye Sensor Error Values
Parameter Data length

(bytes)

Data type Error codes
Data Not Received by FM tracker EYE Sensor indicates error
Temperature 2 signed 25000 25001
Humidity 1 unsigned 250 251
Magnet 1 unsigned 250 251
Magnet trigger count 2 unsigned 65000 65001
Movement 1 unsigned 250 251
Movement counter 2 unsigned 65000 65001
Pitch 1 signed 120 121
Roll 2 signed 250 251
Low battery status 1 unsigned 250 251
Battery voltage 1 unsigned 250 251


Note: If you are using presets(firmware/configurator without EYE product support), then refer to BLE Sensors I/O elements table instead.

EYE Sensor Protocol overview

Sensor advertising


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Beacon and sensors data



Protocol description

At the highest-level Bluetooth LE advertising packet consists of Advertising Indication and Scan Response. Both packets can be maximum of 31 bytes in size. Advertising Indication packet is always broadcasted when Scan Response is broadcasted only if Observer device requests it by using Active Scan.

BTSMP1 uses Advertising Indication to send beacon data which can be configured to select between iBeacon and Eddystone protocols or to be disabled at all. In that case, data which is shown as Scan Response in protocol overview will be sent as Advertising Indication without Scan Response following it.

Scan Response is used to send device name and manufacturer specific data. Manufacturer specific data includes Teltonika Company ID (0x089A) and protocol version (0x01). It is followed by Flag Encoded Data (Table 1) and Extended Data (Table 2). Later on, protocol will be highly configurable in and will allow to disable/enable sending of device name or any sensor value allowing to reduce size of the packet being sent.

Device Name has the following default value for Beacon – ID1_XXXXXXX

Table 1. Flag Encoded Date
Data Size (Bytes) Description
Flags 1 Each set bit (0-7) means the presence of value (0-7). Bits:


0 – Temperature value presence
1 – Humidity value presence
2 – Magnetic sensor presence
3 – Magnetic sensor state (1 magnetic field is detected/0 magnetic field is not detected) Valid value is present only if bit 2 flag is set.
4 – Movement sensor counter
5 – Movement sensor angle
6 – Low Battery indication (if set to 1 low battery voltage detected)
7 – Battery voltage value presence

Value 0 2 Temperature


Value in Celsius * 100
NOTE: present only if bit 0 is set, otherwise is not being sent

Value 1 1 Humidity


Value in percent
NOTE: present only if bit 1 is set, otherwise is not being sent

Value 2 2 Movement Sensor counter


Most significant bit indicates movement state and 15 least significant bits represent count of movement events.
NOTE: present only if bit 4 is set, otherwise is not being sent

Value 3 3 Movement sensor angle


Most significant byte – pitch (-90/+90)
Two least significant bytes – roll (-180/+180)
NOTE: present only if bit 5 is set, otherwise is not being sent

Value 4 1 Battery Voltage


Battery voltage in mV = 2000 + VALUE * 10
NOTE: present only if bit 7 is set, otherwise is not being sent

GATT Characteristics

Name Service UUID Characteristic UUID Data Type Min Max Default Value Notes
Device Name e61c0000-7df2-4d4e-8e6d-c611745b92e9 e61c0016-7df2-4d4e-8e6d-c611745b92e9 ASCII 0 11 Unique for each device -
Tx Power Lever 1804 00002a07-0000-1000-8000-00805f9b34fb SINT8 -14 8 2 Possible values: -14, -11, -8, -5, -2, 2, 4, 8
Protocol Type e61c0000-7df2-4d4e-8e6d-c611745b92e9 e61c0001-7df2-4d4e-8e6d-c611745b92e9 UINT8 0 4 1 for EYE_Beacon,
4 for EYE_Sensor
0 - iBeacon
1 - EddyStone
2 - EYE Sensor
3 - iBeacon + EYE Sensor
4 - Eddsytone + EYE Sensor
Advertising Interval e61c0000-7df2-4d4e-8e6d-c611745b92e9 e61c0002-7df2-4d4e-8e6d-c611745b92e9 UINT16 20 10000 1000 miliseconds
Sub Advertising Interval e61c0000-7df2-4d4e-8e6d-c611745b92e9 e61c0003-7df2-4d4e-8e6d-c611745b92e9 UINT16 20 1000 100 Used by repeats, miliseconds
Advertising Repeats e61c0000-7df2-4d4e-8e6d-c611745b92e9 e61c0004-7df2-4d4e-8e6d-c611745b92e9 UINT16 1 10 1 Repeats work only if Advertising Interval is more than 2000 ms and Repeats set to more than 1
iBeacon ID e61c0000-7df2-4d4e-8e6d-c611745b92e9 e61c0005-7df2-4d4e-8e6d-c611745b92e9 BYTE ARRAY 20 bytes 20 bytes Unique for each device 16 B - UUID
2 B - major
2 B - minor
Eddystone ID e61c0000-7df2-4d4e-8e6d-c611745b92e9 e61c0006-7df2-4d4e-8e6d-c611745b92e9 BYTE ARRAY 16 bytes 16 bytes Unique for each device 10 B - Namespace
6 B - Instance
Password e61c0000-7df2-4d4e-8e6d-c611745b92e9 e61c0008-7df2-4d4e-8e6d-c611745b92e9 BYTE ARRAY 4 bytes 4 bytes 123456 Always 6 Digits
Sensor Interval e61c0000-7df2-4d4e-8e6d-c611745b92e9 e61c0009-7df2-4d4e-8e6d-c611745b92e9 UINT16 0 10000 1000 miliseconds
Event Interval e61c0000-7df2-4d4e-8e6d-c611745b92e9 e61c000a-7df2-4d4e-8e6d-c611745b92e9 UINT16 0 10000 1000 miliseconds
Event Duration e61c0000-7df2-4d4e-8e6d-c611745b92e9 e61c000b-7df2-4d4e-8e6d-c611745b92e9 UINT8 0 30 30 seconds
Temperature Event e61c0000-7df2-4d4e-8e6d-c611745b92e9 e61c000c-7df2-4d4e-8e6d-c611745b92e9 UINT8 0 2 2 0 - on entrance
1 - on exit
2 - no event
Temperature Low e61c0000-7df2-4d4e-8e6d-c611745b92e9 e61c000d-7df2-4d4e-8e6d-c611745b92e9 INT8 -40 85 -20 celsius
Temperature High e61c0000-7df2-4d4e-8e6d-c611745b92e9 e61c000e-7df2-4d4e-8e6d-c611745b92e9 INT8 -40 85 50 celsius
Humidity Event e61c0000-7df2-4d4e-8e6d-c611745b92e9 e61c000f-7df2-4d4e-8e6d-c611745b92e9 UINT8 0 2 2 0 - on entrance
1 - on exit
2 - no event
Humidity Low e61c0000-7df2-4d4e-8e6d-c611745b92e9 e61c0010-7df2-4d4e-8e6d-c611745b92e9 UINT8 0 100 15 %
Humidity High e61c0000-7df2-4d4e-8e6d-c611745b92e9 e61c0011-7df2-4d4e-8e6d-c611745b92e9 UINT8 0 100 50 %
Movement Event e61c0000-7df2-4d4e-8e6d-c611745b92e9 e61c0012-7df2-4d4e-8e6d-c611745b92e9 UINT8 0 2 2 0 - on entrance
1 - on exit
2 - no event
Movement Start e61c0000-7df2-4d4e-8e6d-c611745b92e9 e61c0013-7df2-4d4e-8e6d-c611745b92e9 UINT16 0 300 5 seconds
Movement Stop e61c0000-7df2-4d4e-8e6d-c611745b92e9 e61c0014-7df2-4d4e-8e6d-c611745b92e9 UINT16 0 300 5 seconds
Magnetic Event e61c0000-7df2-4d4e-8e6d-c611745b92e9 e61c0015-7df2-4d4e-8e6d-c611745b92e9 UINT8 0 2 2 0 - on entrance
1 - on exit
2 - no event
Manufacturer 180A 2A29 BYTE ARRAY - - Not Configurable Read Only. Ex. "Teltonika"
Model 180A 2A24 BYTE ARRAY - - Not Configurable Read Only. Ex. "BTSID1"
Serial 180A 2A25 BYTE ARRAY - - Not Configurable Not used
Hardware 180A 2A27 BYTE ARRAY - - Not Configurable Read Only. Ex. "Table:1 Volt:325
Firmware 180A 2A26 BYTE ARRAY - - Not Configurable Read Only. Ex. "1.1.0-beta"
System ID 180A 2A23 BYTE ARRAY - - Not Configurable Not used
MAC 180A 652143dc-dec6-4fb1-bd46-3e919d2410a6 BYTE ARRAY 6 6 Not Configurable Read Only. ex. 112233445566 -> 11:22:33:44:55:66
Scan Response Data e61c0000-7df3-4d4e-8e6d-c611745b92e9 e61c0001-7df3-4d4e-8e6d-c611745b92e9 BYTE ARRAY 17 17 Not Configurable Scan Response Data, see picture for detail view of data structure
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EYE Sensor Bluetooth frame parsing example

Unparsed data
0201061AFF4C000215FFFFFFFF0B8C404510C655AAB636EBEFBB700055020C094D50315F313233343536370EFF9A0801B708B4120CCB0BFFC767


Parsed data
Parameter HEX Code Part Actual Value
Length 02
Type 01
Flags 06
Length 1A
Type FF
Apple company identifier (big endian) 4C00
Beacon type 0215
UUID FFFFFFFF0B8C404510C655AAB636EBEF
Major BB70
Minor 0055
Power 02
Length 0C
Type 09
Device name 4D50315F31323334353637
Length 0E
Type FF
Teltonika company ID (big endian) 9A08
Protocol version 01
Flags B7 Raw value example 0xB7. Data has to be interpretated as binary value.

In this example would be (MSB)1011 0111(LSB) and is parsed from least significant byte(LSB).


0 – Temperature value presence. 1 Means device is reading and transmitting temperature value.

1 – Humidity value presence. 1 Means device is reading and transmitting humidity value.

2 – Magnetic sensor presence. 1 Means device is reading and transmitting Magnetic sensor value.

3 – Magnetic sensor state (1 magnetic field is detected/0 magnetic field is not detected) Valid value is present only if bit 2 flag is set.

4 – Movement sensor counter. 1 Means device is reading and transmitting movement state and count values.

5 – Movement sensor angle. 1 Means device is reading and transmitting angle roll and pitch values.

6 – Low Battery indication. 0 – Means device battery is from 100 to 15 % (When value changes to 1 Battery level is lower than 15 %.

7 – Battery voltage value presence. 1 Means device is reading and transmitting battery voltage value.

Temperature 08B4 Raw value example 0x08B4 hex, 2228 dec.

Raw value needs to be divided by 100.

Real temperature is 22,28 Celsius.

Humidity 12 Raw value example 0x12 hex, 18 dec.

Decimal value is humidity in percent. Humidity 18 %

Movement 0CCB (MSB)0000 1100 1100 1011(LSB) binary

0 - Most significant byte(MSB) represents Movement status. In this case device is not moving 0. If it was 1 device is moving.

000 1100 1100 1011 – represent detected movements count 3275 decimal value means device has detected total 3275 movement events,

Angle 0BFFC7 0B – Most significant byte represents device pitch. Device pitch can be from -90 to 90 degrees.

In this example device pitch is 0000 1011 (2's complement) = 11° degrees.


FFC7– Two least significant bytes represent device roll. Device roll can be from -180 to 180 degrees.

In this example device Roll is 1111 1111 1100 0111 (2's complement) = -57° degrees

Battery voltage 67 Battery voltage – raw value example 0x67 hex. Decimal value of parameter 103. To calculate battery voltage need to use calculation 2000 + (VALUE * 10). In this case battery voltage value 2000+(103x10)= 3030 mV

FM Packet parsing example (standard functionality / advanced mode)

Unparsed data
Received data in hexadecimal stream: 00000000000000488E010000017CA6B6BFD8010F0E5188209AB482008600A80F0000000
00006000000020019090400560024000301CF0000001601D00000FF4D01D10000006D00000001014B0001B6010000CF7D
AVL Data Packet
AVL Data Packet Part HEX Code Part
Zero Bytes 00 00 00 00
Data Field Length 00 00 00 48
Codec ID 8E (Codec8 Extended)
Number of Data 1 (Number of Total Records) 01
AVL Data Timestamp 00 00 01 7C A6 B6 BF D8 (GMT: Friday, 22 October 2021 06:36:07)
Priority 01
Longitude 0F 0E 51 88
Latitude 20 9A B4 82
Altitude 00 86
Angle 00 0A
Satellites 0E
Speed 00 00
Event IO ID 00 00
N of Total ID 00 06
N1 of One Byte IO 00 00
N2 of Two Bytes IO 00 02
ID 00 19 (25 = BLE Temperature #1)
Value 09 04 (2308=23.08°C)
ID 00 56 (86 = BLE Humidity #1)
Value 00 36 (24 %RHT)
N4 of Four Bytes IO 00 03
ID 01 CF (463 - BLE 1 Custom #2 = Movement status and movement events count)
Value 00 00 00 16 (Currently not moving events count 22)
ID 01 D0 (464 - BLE 1 Custom #3 = Angle )
Value 00 00 FF 4D (Pitch = 0°, Roll = -179°)
ID 01 D1 (465 - BLE 1 Custom #4 = Battery Voltage)
Value 00 00 00 6D (109 = 2000 + 109 * 10 mV = 3090 mV)
N8 of Eight Bytes IO 00 00
NX of X Bytes IO 00 01
N’th IO ID - AVL ID. 01 4B (331 - BLE 1 Custom #1 = Flags)
Length of Variable Length IO 00 01
Value of Variable Length IO B7 = (MSB)11011 0111(LSB)

It's parsed from least significant byte(LSB):


Bit 0 – Temperature value presence.

1 Means device is reading and transmitting temperature value.


Bit 1 – Humidity value presence.

1 Means device is reading and transmitting humidity value.


Bit 2 – Magnetic sensor presence.

1 Means device is reading and transmitting Magnetic sensor value.


Bit 3 – Magnetic sensor state

1 magnetic field is detected/0 magnetic field is not detected) Valid value is present only if bit 2 flag is set.


Bit 4 – Movement sensor counter.

1 Means device is reading and transmitting movement state and count values.


Bit 5 – Movement sensor angle.

1 Means device is reading and transmitting angle roll and pitch values.


Bit 6 – Low Battery indication.

0 – Means device battery is from 100 to 15 % (When value changes to 1 Battery level is lower than 15 %.


7 – Battery voltage value presence.

1 Means device is reading and transmitting battery voltage value.

Number of Data 2 (Number of Total Records) 01
CRC-16 00 00 CF 7D

FM EYE Sensor record parsing example with the new firmware (EYE Sensor filtering by name / not released yet)

Parsing EYE Sensor records example
Below You will find an example on how to parse EYE Sensor record with two EYE Sensors present.

Unparsed data
Received data in hexadecimal stream: 00000000000000908E0100000183407a2beb000f0e3fe3209ab40e008801290d00002c350001000000000
000000000012c3500630130050f4d50315f42453241413500000000000602d60807012f0801000901000a024e000b01f90c025aff0d01000e020bcc
30050f4d50315f33464539414100000000000602cb080701300801000901000a0263000b01000c02af000d01000e020b90010000fef4
AVL Data Packet
AVL Data Packet Part HEX Code Part
Zero Bytes 00 00 00 00
Data Field Length 00 00 00 90
Codec ID 8E (Codec8 Extended)
Number of Data 1 (Number of Total Records) 01
AVL Data Timestamp 00 00 01 83 40 7a 2b eb(GMT: Tuesday, 18 June 2019 08:25:22.001)
Priority 00
Longitude 0f 0e 3f e3
Latitude 20 9a b4 0e
Altitude 00 88
Angle 01 29
Satellites 0d
Speed 00 00
Event IO ID 2c 35 (11317)
N of Total ID 00 01
N1 of One Byte IO 00 00
N2 of Two Bytes IO 00 00
N4 of Four Bytes IO 00 00
N8 of Eight Bytes IO 00 00
NX of X Bytes IO 00 01
N’th IO ID - AVL ID. 2c 35 (11317)
Length of Variable Length IO 00 63 (99 bytes)
Value of Variable Length IO 11317

0130050f4d50315f42453241413500000000000602d60807012f0801000901000a024e000b01f90c025aff0d01000e020bcc 30050f4d50315f33464539414100000000000602cb080701300801000901000a0263000b01000c02af000d01000e020b90

Number of Data 2 (Number of Total Records) 01
CRC-16 00 00 fe f4

Parsing AVL ID 11317 data

AVL ID 11317 Unparsed data
0130050f4d50315f42453241413500000000000602d60807012f0801000901000a024e000b01f90c025aff0d01000e020bcc
30050f4d50315f33464539414100000000000602cb080701300801000901000a0263000b01000c02af000d01000e020b90
Parsing the data
AVL Data packet part HEX Code Part
Constant 01
Eye Sensor #1 data length 30 (48 bytes)
Parameter ID 05 (Eye Sensor Device name)
AVL Data Parameter data length 0f (15 bytes)
Parameter data 4d 50 31 5f 42 45 32 41 41 35 00 00 00 00 00
Parameter ID 06 (Eye Sensor #1 temperature)
Parameter data length 02 (2 bytes)
Parameter data d6 08 (little endian, converted to decimal and multiplied by 0.01C = 22.42C)
Parameter ID 07 (Eye Sensor #1 Humidity)
Parameter data length 01 (1 byte)
Parameter data 2f (converted to decimal = 47%)
Parameter ID 08 (Eye Sensor #1 Magnet)
Parameter data length 01 (1 byte)
Parameter Data 00 (no magnet detected)
Parameter ID 09 (EYE Sensor #1 Movement presence)
Parameter data length 01 (1 byte)
Parameter data 00 (none detected)
Parameter ID 0a (parameter ID #10, EYE Sensor #1 Movement count)
Parameter Data length 02 (2 bytes)
Parameter data 4e 00 (converted to dec = 19968)
Parameter ID 0b (Parameter ID #11 Eye Sensor #1 Pitch)
Parameter Data length 01 (1 byte)
Parameter data f9 (converted to decimal = 159 degrees)
Parameter ID 0c (Parameter ID #12 Eye sensor #1 Roll)
Parameter data length 02 (2 bytes)
Parameter data 5a ff (Little endian, converted to decimal signed 2's complement =-166 degrees)
Parameter ID 0d (parameter ID #13 low battery voltage indicator)
Parameter data length 01 (1 byte)
Parameter data 00 (low battery voltage not detected)
Parameter ID 0e (Eye Sensor #1 battery voltage)
Parameter data length 02 (2 bytes)
Parameter data 0b cc (Converted to decimal = 3020 mV)
Eye Sensor #2 data length 30 (48 bytes)
Parameter ID 05 (Eye Sensor Device name)
Parameter data length 0f (15 bytes)
Parameter Data 09 (EYE Sensor #1 Movement presence)
Parameter ID 06 (Eye Sensor #1 temperature)
Parameter data length 02 (2 bytes)
Parameter Data cb 08 (little endian, converted to decimal and multiplied by 0.01C = 22.51C)
Parameter ID 07 (Eye Sensor #1 Humidity)
Parameter data length 01 (1 byte)
Parameter Data 30 (converted to decimal = 48%)
Parameter ID 08 (Eye Sensor #1 Magnet)
Parameter data length 01 (1 byte)
Parameter Data 00 (no magnet presence detected)
Parameter ID 09 (EYE Sensor #1 Movement presence)
Parameter data length 01 (1 byte)
Parameter Data 00 (no movement presence detected)
Parameter ID 0a (parameter ID #10, EYE Sensor #1 Movement count)
Parameter data length 02 (2 bytes)
Parameter Data 63 00 (converted to decimal = 25344)
Parameter ID 0b (Parameter ID #11 Eye Sensor #1 Pitch)
Parameter data length 01 (1 byte)
Parameter Data 00 (converted to dec = 0 degrees)
Parameter ID 0c (Parameter ID #12 Eye sensor #1 Roll)
Parameter data length 02 (2 bytes)
Parameter Data af 00 (Little endian, converted to decimal signed 2's complement =175 degrees)
Parameter ID 0d (parameter ID #13 low battery voltage indicator)
Parameter data length 01 (1 byte)
Parameter Data 00 (low battery voltage not detected)
Parameter ID 0e (Eye Sensor #1 battery voltage)
Parameter data length 02 (2 bytes)
Parameter Data 0b 90 (Converted to decimal = 2960mV)

Safety information

This message contains information on how to operate BTSID1 safely. By following these requirements and recommendations, you will avoid dangerous situations. You must read these instructions carefully and follow them strictly before operating the device!

1. To avoid mechanical damage, it is advised to transport the device in an impact-proof package.

2. In case of malfunction contact yours Teltonika account manager or write to technical support team over VIP helpdesk.
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Certification & Approvals

Certificates
E-Mark (EU) YES
FCC (USA) YES
CE/RED (EU) YES
RoHS (EU) YES
REACH (EU) YES
Anatel(EU) (PR) YES
IP rating YES
SIRIM QAS YES


External Links

Product Page

https://teltonika-gps.com/eye/

Product Change Notifications

The latest Product Change Notifications can be found: Product Change Notifications

Compatibilty with other Teltonika Devices

Teltonika Networks: https://wiki.teltonika-networks.com/view/Bluetooth_EYE_Sensor_and_EYE_Beacon_support

Partner Providers Supporting Software

Frequently asked questions

Documents

Datasheet PDF

Quick Manual PDF