Teltonika FM2200

Teltonika FM2200 is a vehicle GPS tracker that can be used for fleet management as well as for the personal cars and vans. It works with GPS and GLONASS systems and it is able to connect to GSM networks and has an internal and external GNSS antennas to receive and transmit the signals.

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This device has an accelerometer to control a motion of a vehicle.

Package contents

Teltonika FM2200 device is supplied to the customer in a cardboard box containing all the equipment that is necessary for operation. The package contains:

  • FM2200 device;
  • GNSS antenna;
  • USB cable;
  • A card, which contains URL to download FM2200 device drivers and Configurator software.

Location and tracking

FM2200 model is embedded with chip that supports both GPS and GLONASS. It doesn’t support Assisted GPS (A-GPS) technology. As the back-up, when no satellites signals are available, it uses Cell ID location (also known as LBS-tracking).

The tracking mode is flexible configured: by moving every 100m, and every 60 sec, and on turning on 30 degrees by default. When there is no movement (detected by “Ignition” status), tracker sends data every 180 seconds.

Mobile networks

FM2200 can work with GSM 900/1800 MHz only.


FM2200 model features such interfaces as

  • USB port;
  • 2 digital inputs;
  • 2 digital outputs;

Power supply

FM2200 uses and voltage range 10-30V, which makes possible to install it both on cars and trucks. Device also features an optional built-in rechargeable backup battery. When fully charged it ensures about 1 hour of device operation (in normal conditions).

Sleep mode

FM2200 can enter sleep mode (standby mode) under two conditions:

  • FM2200 does not detect movement.
  • FM2200 does not send or receive any data for 5 minutes.

This means that if coordinate recording interval is less than 5 minutes, FM2200 will never go to sleep mode. FM2200 exits sleep mode when it detects movement again. While in sleep mode, FM2200 sets GPS receiver to sleep mode, therefore it does not record or send any data. The power usage also decreases saving vehicle’s battery.

Local and remote management

Teltonika FM2200 tracker can’t be controlled over GPRS, though it supports firmware updating via GPRS (FOTA). However, there is a wide list of SMS commands in a ASCII  format, on which device always replies back. In particular, Server address and port, APN settings can be applied remotely with SMS. To decrease the amount of SMS required for configuration SMS in binary format can be also used.

You can also configure FM2200 from a PC using proprietary software (Teltonika Configurator) and standard USB-cable which is included into package.

LED Indication

FM2200 has three status LEDs:

  • Modem LED: indicates GSM/GPRS mode
  • Status LED: indicates system Power
  • Navigation LED: indicates GPS reception

Server Integration

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Server port47776
Integrated on24/11/2011

General information



Peso100 g (3.53 oz.)
Tamanho66x60x14 mm (2.6x2.36x0.55 in)

GNSS Location

Antena interna (GNSS)Yes
Antena externa (GNSS)Yes


Tipo de rede celularGSM 900/1800
Antena interna (Conexão)No
Antena externa (Conexão)No
Geração de rede celular2G


Number of outputs2
Number of inputs (all types)2
Discrete inputsYes
Analog inputsYes

Hardware extras

Driver ID readingYes

Tracking features

Tracking modesInterval, Continuous
Location by Cell IDYes
Smart power consumptionYes
ECO drivingYes

Events monitoring

Battery lowYes
Input changeYes
External power cut offYes

Self monitoring

Network signal levelYes
GNSS signal levelYes
GNSS satellites fixedYes
External power source voltageYes
Internal battery levelYes

Remote management

Server connection setup over SMSYes
Remote device configurationYes (over SMS), Yes
Remote outputs controlYes, Yes (over SMS), Over GPRS (Requires firmware 07.XX.XX)
Firmware update OTAYes


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