Manufacturer: Cellocator

The Cello-CANiQ is a fleet management solution, utilizing a smart algorithm to combine data from various vehicle environment interfaces. These interfaces include standard CANBUS and OBD, driver identification, serial communication with third party devices, discrete, analog and frequency measurement ports, voice channel, and others. In addition to various logic methods calculating Trip Fuel Consumption, based on different vehicle’s parameters.

The Cello-CANiQ features include advanced driver behavior capabilities, including accident event logging, recording and reconstruction.


OBDII (ISO 15765, ISO 14229)

CAN2.0 (ISO 11898, J1939, FMS, Optional: K-LINE, J1708)

DTC (Diagnostic Trouble Codes) support

Above 2000 complementary vehicle libraries (reverse engineering)

Classic Bluetooth & BLE support (external adaptor).

Configurable real-time and on-board powerful logic engine over vehicles parameters

Mobileye support via CANBUS interface

Simultaneous connectivity K-line and CANBUS

PointerCept ready – a solution combining Hybrid RF variants in addition to cellular communication.

Name Description
Unique ID:


Server Port


Name Description
Cellular Communication

LTE Dual-mode CAT M1/NB1 WW with 2G Fallback

CAT M1/NB1: B1, B2, B3, B4, B5, B8, B12, B13, B18, B19, B20, B26, B28

2G: GSM850, GSM900, DCS1800, PCS1900

Data Rates

CAT M1: uplink up to 375kbps, downlink up to 300kbps

NB1: uplink up to 62.5kbps, downlink up to 21kbps

2G (EGPRS): uplink up to 236kbps, downlink up to 296kbps

Power Output

2W 33db GSM, 0.5W 27db EDGE, 0.2W 23db LTE, ALL with ± 2db (1.5mW)


Internal, replaceable, remote PIN code management


Internal, multi bands LTE bands + GSM bands

Packet Data

TCP/IP or UDP/IP for commands and events, FTP and TFTP for crash files upload


PDU, text SMS for data forwarding

Voice Interface

Cellocator HF compliant

Full duplex

Echo cancelation

Noise suppression

Spy listening option

Auto-answer option

Volume control by single button or two buttons

Distress voice call and simple call generation

COM port (RS232)

Selectable baud rate (9600 or 115000bps)

True RS232 levels; 8 bit, 1 Stop Bit, No Parity

MDT Interface

Garmin™ Interface

PSP™ (Car Alarm) Interface

Cellocator Serial Protocol

Transparent data mode

Configuration update

Firmware upgrade

Debug port (RS232 out)

External monitoring of modem-CPU dialog


True RS232 levels; 8 bit, 1 Stop Bit, No Parity

CAN interface

CAN-H, CAN-L signals

Bus-Pin Fault Protection up to ±36 V

Bus-Pin ESD Protection exceeds 16-kV HBM

ISO 11898; Signaling rate up to 1 Mbps

Extended –7V to 12V Common-Mode range

SAE J1939 Standard Data Bus Interface

ISO 15765 for OBDII connectivity

ISO 11783 Standard Data Bus Interface

K-Line interface

A bi-directional one-wire-bus interface compliant with ISO 9141-2 and ISO 14230 1&2

D8 interface (HW variant)

D8 serial protocol Rx line for interfacing Digital Tachograph (DTCO).

1-Wire™ (Dallas port)

DS1990A, DS1971 compliant

Extended bus current source with 7 mA driving capability

Driver management (up to 100 driver IDs)

Car alarm authorization


3D, ±2g/8g range, 12 Bit representation, 1mg resolution, I2C interface


20pin Molex, automotive

SMA switch for optional external GPS antenna