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From how to insert a driver's card or change a paper roll, through to how to set ferry breaks, we aim to provide all the answers you need. The training scenarios are valid for both the SE5000 Exakt Duo and the SE5000 Exakt Duo2 versions of the tachograph. (Although some steps may also be valid for older versions, we cannot guarantee that this is always the case.)
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Drivers can check when their next break is due on the tachograph in order to stay in line with the Drivers’ Hours Law (561/2006).
Manual entries are necessary to log any activities which the driver undertakes without their card in the tachograph.
A handy guide to the new screens and warnings the Duo technology offers.
The steps required for changing a tachograph paper roll.
Details of how to withdraw a driver card correctly from the tachograph.
Details of how to insert a driver card correctly into the tachograph.
A lot of information is contained in a printout. Here is a guide to what each piece of information means.
When the vehicle is stopped the tachograph will revert to the default activity, often Work. This activity can be changed manually to select Work, Rest or Available for the driver and co-driver.
A 24 hour printout may be necessary if stopped by the authorities.
In line with the law it is necessary to download and store VU data.
It is good practice to lock-in/lock out tachograph data for data protection purposes.
Before starting a journey by ferry or train, the ferry/train activity needs to be selected in order for the journey to be recorded on the driver card.
Learn how to select an activity to be automatically selected when switching the ignition key off.
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