General function description
curve diagram is produced by the upward and downward movement of the
stylus when speed is increased or decreased and the continual revolution
of the chart by the clock. The broken circular lines allow the speed
travelled at any given point in time to be read.
Driving and waiting
periods (for national tachographs)
The time recorder records driving and waiting periods
with bars of different thickness between the fields for speed and
The distance travelled is recorded by a stylus which is
controlled by a cps curve.
Driving produces a zig zag line, stops a
An upward or downward movement of the distance stylus
corresponds to 5 km.
- Mounting depth only 89 mm; Opening radius of cover
- Automatic recording of driving time
- Adjustable speed warning signal
- Back lighting with luminescent pointers
- Automatic shutoff of working time motor after 25 h
- Electronically analysable recordings
MTCO 1324 / 1390
- Automatic warnings
- Recording unit for the ISO 7736 radio format
- Either hinged or fixed drawer version
- Multi-functional LC Display with 2×16 characters
- Drawer for 2 record sheets, locked and unlocked via ignition key
- Battery-buffered real-time clock with automatic summertime
- Automatic, real-time positioning of record sheet admission
- Automatic change of time group and cut-off of distance after
VDO tachograph chart is an advanced storage medium, precisely
manufactured to DIN ISO 9001. Three simple methods of chart analysis can
be used: optical, electronic and microscopic.
- Tachograph charts: records data of speed and distance traveled,
as well as driver’s work and rest times (up to 2MB)
- Electronic analysis: evaluation of driver’s charts using our
KISCAN analysis software
- Optical analysis: provides complete overview of all important
data (i.e., speed, time groups, distance travelled).
- Microscopic analysis: provides objective analysis of data,
permissible in court.