Zonar’s OperatorID device is used to associate (link) drivers/operators to the vehicles’ they are driving/operating. The driver/operator scans their employer issued Zonar RFID driver/operator card by briefly touching the card against the red-LED surface of the OperatorID. Successful card scans are indicated by the OperatorID device’s LED briefly turning green. Authorized employees can view these card scan’s in Zonar’s cloud based Ground Traffic Control system. Date, Time, Asset/vehicle name, Trip Duration, Trip Distance, and Driver name are available in the OperatorID report.
- OperatorID (part# 30036)
- RAM Mount Bulk Kit (part# 30024)
- Accessory Kit (part# 30033)
NOTE: Do not attach a Zonar ZPass or another OperatorID on the pass-through port.
- Do not drill into the OperatorID unit. This will void the warranty.
- Capture all drill chips during drilling operations. Do not allow chips to fall onto equipment, furnishings, etc.
- Deburr all drill holes on both sides of drilled surface. Example deburr tool:
- All drill holes must have a rubber grommet or similar anti-chafing system installed to protect cable assemblies (e.g. plastic conduit).
- Seal all penetration drill holes which may pass rain water.
- Strain relieve and support all cable installations.
- Avoid sharp bends and tight radius installations of cables.
- Avoid moving components (e.g. doors, steering shafts, handles, fans, etc.).
- Provide an adequate “Service Loop” i.e. “cable slack” to allow for servicing of equipment.
- Avoid routing cables thru doors, windows, and other pinch points.
- Avoid routing cables in high personnel traffic areas.
- Avoid routing antenna cables near radio and PA equipment.
- Capture all drill chips during drilling operations. Do not allow drill chips to fall onto electrical equipment, furnishings, heating ducts, etc. Magnets, sticky tape, vacuums, physical barriers, etc. may all be used to accomplish this task.
- Remove excess sealant. Sealant should be debris/contaminant free (e.g. no drill chips), consistent, and uniform in appearance.
- Clip excess wire tie protrusions.
Suggested Mounting Areas
|NOTE: Verify placement acceptability with state DOT/Law Enforcement prior to installation.|
All hardware included. Optional backing plate used to provide additional structural support when needed. Mount to vinyl or thin sheet metal dashboard.
Operation and Troubleshooting
Driver Card Scan
|Starts beeping 30 seconds after drive start, continues beeping for 120 seconds or until driver card scanned|
|Green||Solid||RFID Scan||If a proper RFID driver card was scanned, all LEDs will go out after the ten-second green LED period. If an improper RFID card or tag was scanned (e.g. Zone Tag, Asset Tag, Passenger Card, etc.) the unit will return to a solid red of blinking red status, indicating it is ready to scan an RFID driver card.|
|This takes approximately three minutes.|
- Start vehicle for one minute to establish GPS and Cellular connections, ensure GPS unit has solid green status, GSM and GPS LEDs.
- Reader LED should now be a steady red to indicate the reader is ready to accept card scans.
- Scan a driver card; the reader LED will blink green and beep once to acknowledge a successful scan.
- Reader LED will then go out.
- Verify successful card scan in the OperatorID report within Ground Traffic Control.
- Used to “Wake-Up” the OperatorID unit when it has gone to sleep (LED un-lit).
- If the “Wake-Up” button does not wake the OperatorID unit, you must restart the vehicle’s engine.