Skyrocketing chip prices

Chip prices have been skyrocketing and there is still no sign of going back to normal. Prices of automotive grade micro-controllers have almost ten-folded, 9-axis motion sensors tripled, CAN transceivers doubled. As a countermeasure, we have raised production batch volume to trade off for a better unit price. However, we still have to raise prices for several products in order to be sustainable. Some kits will be discontinued due to small volumes. We might also be forced to downgrade motion sensor from ICM-20948 to MPU6050 in Freematics ONE+ from next manufacture batch as the former is not only unaffordable but also difficult to source now. We are trying everything possible to keep supply of our products in this ever crazy world.

By |June 24th, 2021|News & Events|Comments Off on Skyrocketing chip prices

New SIM7600-H 4G LTE CAT4 modules in XBee form factor released

SIM7600A-H/SIM7600E-H 4G LTE CAT4 modules in XBee form factor are designed for Freematics ONE+ Model A which features an XBee interface. With an onboard micro USB port, the modules can work as 4G LTE modem for any types of systems with USB. With SIM7600 USB drivers installed, multiple serial ports will be popped up for AT command-set, GNSS NMEA data and firmware upgrade purpose. Dual cellular antenna connectors (IPEX) and one GNSS antenna connector (IPEX) are available.

They are ready to be ordered from our online store now.

By |May 8th, 2021|News & Events|Comments Off on New SIM7600-H 4G LTE CAT4 modules in XBee form factor released

TeleHub motorsports telemetry platform

Telehub is a motorsports telemetry platform built on Freematics Hub. Here is a quick guide for Freematics ONE+ owners to get started with the feature-rich platform. More guides can be found on Team Plus support page.

By |August 5th, 2020|Guides|Comments Off on TeleHub motorsports telemetry platform

Freematics ONE+ now supports heavy duty vehicles with SAE J1939

Freematics ONE+ Model H is ready for order. In addition to all features from Model B, the new variant comes with HD-OBD connector for heavy duty vehicles (24V system voltage) and supports SAE J1939 data sniffing. Example Arduino sketch is available.

By |May 5th, 2020|News & Events|Comments Off on Freematics ONE+ now supports heavy duty vehicles with SAE J1939

Business as usual

Under current COVID-19 lockdown in Australia, we will still keep business as usual as we operate as an online business and logistics is still working well. It is highly recommended for customers to choose DHL Express as shipping method as standard shipping (DHL eCommerce or Australia Post international shipping) may be significantly delayed due to massive passenger flights cancellation. Please understand there could be one day delay on dispatching because we want to help our DHL driver come less often for pickup to reduce their workload.

By |April 1st, 2020|News & Events|Comments Off on Business as usual

Freematics ONE+ HD (Heavy Duty) Preview

Freematics ONE+ HD will be the next variant of ONE+ targeting heavy duty vehicles (trucks, buses) with HD-OBD (Heavy Duty OBD) connector and J1939 support.

HD-OBD (Heavy Duty OBD) Connector

The library for ONE+ has been updated and testing sketch included for J1939 data monitoring.

By |December 9th, 2019|Updates|Comments Off on Freematics ONE+ HD (Heavy Duty) Preview

GUI update for Freematics OBD-II Emulator

We have just released a minor update for the GUI software of Freematics OBD-II Emulator. In this release, emulator’s VIN (persistent) is automatically read and displayed on the GUI. There are some other bug-fixes for DTC setting. Please note the GUI is now built with Visual Studio 2019 so there is no more Windows XP compatibility.

By |November 20th, 2019|Updates|Comments Off on GUI update for Freematics OBD-II Emulator

Testing dashboard for Freematics ONE+

You may have noticed, with the latest code of Telelogger loaded by Freematics Builder, you will see a testing dashboard for your Freematics ONE+. The dashboard’s Javascript code is with Telelogger. It is sketch specific and can be easily altered. Just something fun and may also be a bit useful.

By |November 14th, 2019|Updates|Comments Off on Testing dashboard for Freematics ONE+