FM6300 SMS/GPRS command list

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All commands are case sensitive. When user tries to send SMS/GPRS message to FM6300 that operates in Deep Sleep mode, it cannot arrive to FM6300 device because the GSM/GPRS module is disabled most of the time. FM6300 will receive the SMS/GPRS message when it exits Deep Sleep mode.
If FM6300 is in GPS Sleep or Online Deep Sleep mode, sent SMS/GPRS message will arrive to the device.

Common commands

Command Description Response
getstatus Modem Status information. Yes
getweektime Current device time, Day of Week and amount of minutes passed since start of week. Yes
getops List of currently used and available GSM operators. Yes
getcfgtime Date and Time of last successful configuration Yes
readops# Emergency gsm operator readout from active profile
  1. - 1,2,3

1 – operators [1-20]
2 – operators [21-40]
3 – operators [41-50]

Yes
getnmeainfo Nmea error debug sms. Yes
getcfgtime Date and Time of last successful configuration. Yes
getgps Current GPS data and time. No
loadprofile# Load specified profile into RAM Engine Profile. # - number of profile to load. Yes
cpureset Reset CPU. Yes
resetallprof Reset all FLASH profiles to default profile. Yes
getver Device / Modem / Code version information. Yes
getinfo Device runtime system information. Yes
deleterecords Delete all records saved on FLASH. Yes
getio Readout digital inputs and outputs, analog inputs. Yes
readio # Readout input value according entered ID, # - ID value. Yes
getgnss Current GNSS information. Yes
sn x [x=0;1] Enable/disable static navigation. Yes
setdigout XXXX Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4 Set digital output.
1. # – 0 or 1 (0 - OFF or 1 – ON) for DOUT1.
2. # – 0 or 1 (0 - OFF or 1 – ON) for DOUT2.
3. # – 0 or 1 (0 - OFF or 1 – ON) for DOUT3.
4. # – 0 or 1 (0 - OFF or 1 – ON) for DOUT4.
Y1 – timeout value for DOUT1 if needed (in seconds).
Y2 – timeout value for DOUT2 if needed (in seconds).
Y3 – timeout value for DOUT3 if needed (in seconds).
Y4 – timeout value for DOUT4 if needed (in seconds).
Yes
getparam # Readout parameter value according entered ID.
  1. - ID value.
Yes
setparam # # Set parameter value according entered ID and Value.
1.# - ID value.
2.# - New Parameter Value.
Yes
flush #,#,#,#,#,#,# Redirects device to other server.

1.# - IMEI.
2.# - APN.
3.# - LOGIN.
4.# - PASS.
5.# - IP.
6.# - PORT.
7.# - MODE (0-TCP/1-UDP).

Yes
banlist Banlist information. Yes
crashlog Crash log information. Yes
delete_all_sms Delete all read SMS. No
delete_all_sms Delete all read SMS. No
odinfo Odometer Debug info. Yes
odoget Gets saved continuous odometer value Yes
odoreset Sets continuous odometer value to 0 Yes
odoset Sets continuous odometer value; format: odoset # where # odometer value to be set Yes
prof2backup Saves configuration to backup. Yes
backup2prof Recovers saved profile. Yes
backupinfo Backup information. Yes

Commands related to LV-CAN200/ALL-CAN300

Command Description Response
lvcansetprog # Set program number to LV-CAN200/ ALL-CAN300 that is connected to FM6300.
# three digit number that identity vehicle.
Yes
lvcansimpletacho # Add or remove simpletacho start byte.
# - 0 or 1 (0 – don’t add start byte, 1 – add start byte).
No
lvcangetprog Get program number from LV-CAN200/ ALL-CAN300 that is connected to FM6300. Yes
lvcangetinfo Get information about connected LV-CAN200/ALL-CAN300. Yes
lvcanclear # Clear Total Mileage (counted), Engine Work Time (counted), Fuel Consumed (counted) parameters values.
# - parameter (0 – Engine work time (counted), 1 – Fuel Consumed (counted), 2 – Vehicle Mileage (counted))..
Yes