Temeda MC-4

By September 20, 2019Assets

From the Morey Connect series of telematics devices, the Temeda MC-4 enables diagnostic, power and locational communication between your backend systems and your assets.

Temeda MC-4 Advantages

Key Device Features

  • 50-Channel GPS Receiver
  • Network certified on multiple carriers
  • Sprint (CDMA), Verizon (CDMA), AT&T (HSPA 3G)
  • Internal or external antennae options
  • Satellite can be added: Iridium

Fully Deployable Platform

  • Plug & Play Deployment
  • Device Communications: UDP, SMS
  • Over-the-Air-Programming and Provisioning
  • Connect to sensors via digital I/O or Analog input
  • Customize device operation via scripting
Rugged & Reliable

  • Industry Leading Warranty Options
  • Field Installation and System Support
  • J1455 Level 1 Pressure Wash
  • FM Class 1, Div 2 Non-incendiary
  • IP67

Robust Vehicle/Machine Interface Capabilities

  • Interfaces to most light/med/heavy vehicles
  • (1996 or later)
  • Class I-VIII vehicles
  • 12V & 24V power systems
  • Customizable Interconnect Cables & Harnesses
  • J-bus 6 pin, J-Bus 9 pin, Volvo 1962, Bobcat 7 pin,
    OBDii, 3 wire

Installation is Simple

Hardware for Any Powered Asset

Installs into Any Asset

Temeda MC-4

for In-Cab & Under-Dash Applications
The MC-4 is ideal for powered assets with an operator cab and/or dashboard display. Utilizing the equipment’s integrated cellular and GPS antennas, the MC-4 provides reliable telematics solutions for single or mixed-vehicle fleets.

Temeda MC-4+

The MC-4+ Difference.

The MC-4+ has two advantages—designed to withstand the most rugged environments and conditions, like extreme flooding:

  • Rechargeable backup battery which allows the device to store data even if the asset being tracked is powered off for more than a week
  • More robust mechanical enclosure sealed to IP69K

Recommended Install Types

When to use a Power Bridge Harness? When the device needs to be connected to power and ground at all times. Ex. Asset has a Kill switch and the client prefers to bypass it, or if power is lost on a VBUS Harness when the Ignition turns off.

NOTE: A Power Bridge Harness does not need to be installed with a 3 wire Harness due to the fact that it already has power and ground leads.

When to use a Sensor Bridge Harness? When a client has requirements to monitor accessories ex. PTO, Door Switches, Lights, Inductive Sensors, Air Pressure Switch, Fluid Switches, Engine On Circuit, Relays, etc.

When to use a Power Bridge and a Sensor Bridge Harness? When both scenarios above are needed when working with a VBUS Harness.

MC Sensor Bridge Harness and Vehicle BUS Harness Configuration

MC Power Bridge Harness, Sensor Bridge Harness and Vehicle BUS Harness Configuration

MC Power Bridge Harness and Vehicle BUS Harness Configuration

MC 3-Wire Configuration

MC Sensor Bridge Harness and 3-Wire Configuration

MC Vehicle BUS Harness Configuration