Garmin eLog, Compliant Electronic Logging Device (ELD), No-Subscription Fees, FMCSA Compliant, Supports 9-pin J1939 and 6-pin J1708 Diagnostic Ports

Take the easy route to ELD compliance. The easy-to-use Garmin eLog compliant ELD (FMCSA-registered electronic logging device) is a simple one-time purchase with no subscription fees. The device automatically tracks and records Hours of Service (HOS). Right out of the box, this stand-alone device supports 9-pin J1939 and 6-pin J1708 diagnostic ports to fit nearly any semi-truck. Note: Not compatible with vehicles using OBD-II protocol (SAE J1979); vehicles with Volvo engine and 16-pin J1962 configuration require an adapter cable, sold separately. Download the Garmin eLog app to a compatible smartphone to complete your compliance solution. Garmin eLog automatically records driving time, provides easy access to set driver duty status and allows you to quickly see remaining driving hours by day or week. All records are securely stored Stores ELD records securely on your compatible smartphone, accessible for inspection via the device’s USB port or via FMCSA Web Services over Bluetooth.

Product Features

  • Simple one-time purchase; No subscription fees
  • Compliance Solution for Hours of Service (HOS) recording complies with FMCSA ELD mandate
  • Supports 9-pin J1939 and 6-pin J1708 diagnostic ports; Not compatible with vehicles using OBD-II protocol (SAE J1979);Vehicles with Volvo engine and 16-pin J1962 require separate cable, not included
  • Stores ELD records securely on your compatible smartphone, accessible for inspection via the device’s USB port or via FMCSA Web Services over Bluetooth
  • Requires download of the free Garmin eLog app to your compatible GPS and Bluetooth-enabled smartphone or tablet (sold separately) to complete your compliance solution

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3 Responses to Garmin eLog, Compliant Electronic Logging Device (ELD), No-Subscription Fees, FMCSA Compliant, Supports 9-pin J1939 and 6-pin J1708 Diagnostic Ports

  1. Anonymous says:

    Too many issues, not very reliable It will do the job for the most part, However….There’s more and more issues each week. I have it installed in Cascadia since November. It’s very easy to use and understand but when I first tried to transfer data, it failed and I tried emailing the reports but they were blank.Sometimes, as soon as you turn the engine on, it switches to driving. Keep in mind if it records driving, you cant edit it at all, even if its an error.I was also looking at the inspection reports at the…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Plenty of other better devices for less money Probably the worst on the market. Works “ok” if I never turn off the truck after I start my day. Every time my truck starts, the Bluetooth disconnects and reconnects causing another log entry. Had a few days where my logs were 3 pages because of this. Aside from that, I went with this device because I also have a Dezl 570 which this says is compatible. My Dezl disagrees. App, is difficult to figure out at first. Will only let me make random corrections to driver status. The list goes…

  3. Anonymous says:

    Complicated, doesn’t work properly. Sometimes it doesn’t record properly, the millage is different then the odometer change. If you have two or more people who are trying to connect on their own devices it is a complete nightmare to sync to a different phone. Even when the first person goes off-duty and shuts Bluetooth off.Then if you run the Garmin dezl gps and try to get it to show your hos and time remaining it 8 out of 10 times says Bluetooth not connected. When you just wasted the last hour resetting Bluetooth 10…