CARB (eSmog) Reports

CARB reports detail each asset's run-time (engine cycles) and cumulative hours of use per US county. It is similar to a trip report but based on hours rather than miles.

There are two types of CARB report:
 

by Fleet
Summary


 

These reports are designed to assist in meeting CARB emissions reporting required by the California Air Emissions Board.
 

The "by Fleet" report is divided into sections for each vehicle, and within each section, two subsections. The first subsection gives the breakdown of operating minutes by county, and the second subsection lists, for each date, every trip that contributed to those operating minutes, where a trip is the time spent from the point when the vehicle departs its last location until it departs the next location. The lower part of each subsection lists summary statistics for the total operating minutes, which is the number of minutes the ignition is on.
The "Summary" report contains only the first (summary) subsection for each vehicle. That is, it includes the breakdown of operating minutes by county, but does not list all the trips that contribute to those operating minutes.

Report Settings

The options specific to CARB reports that you can set are as follows:
 

Fleet: Which vehicles should be included in the report.
One Item per Page: Format the report so that each vehicle starts on a new page.

Report Columns

The columns of the first (summary) subsection of a CARB report are as follows:
 

1.Date: The date summarized by the row.
2.State: The US State where the asset was located for the time summarized by the row.
3.County: The US county where the asset was located for the time summarized by the row.
4.Operating Minutes: The total number of operating minutes (minutes when the ignition was on) that the asset spent in the specified county on the specified date.

The columns of the second subsection of a CARB report are as follows:
 

1.Start Time: The time when the asset first started moving.
2.Start Location: The location of the asset at the start of the trip.
3.End Time: The time when the asset stopped moving at the end of the trip.
4.End Location: The location of the asset at the end of the trip.
5.Operating minutes: The time that the vehicle's ignition was on during the trip.