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- You can get target’s latitude and longitude by SMS or GPRS, and check position by google earth
- Monitoring and SOS feature
- It will send an alert of Geofence to the user when it breaches the restricted area
- Protect the elder,kid,employee and pet,etc.
- Will need to insert a working sim card (not included) into the GPS unit
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Features * You can get target’s latitude and longitude by SMS or GPRS, and check position by google earth. * Auto Report position. * Send the last location if it enters into the blind area. * Add or change Username and Password. * Monitoring and SOS feature. * It will send an alert of Geofence to the user when it breaches the restricted area. * It will send an alert of movement to the user when it begins to move. * It will send an alert of overspeed to the user when it moves exceed of the restricted speed. * It will send an alert of low battery to the user if the battery is low. Application * Vehicle for rental or manage of outside equipment,etc. * Protect the elder,kid,employee and pet,etc. * Protect the businessmen. * Manage the outworker. * Covert Tracking. Specification: Dimension:46(L)x64(W)x17(H) mm Weight:50g Network:GSM/GPRS Band:850/900/1800/1900Mhz GSM sensitivity:Less than -102dBm GPS chipset:SirF III chipset GPS sensitivity:-159dBm GPS accuracy:5m Cold/ Hot TTFF:35/2s Car charger:12—24V input, 5V ouput (NOT INCLUDED) Wall charger:110－220V input, 5V output Battery Power:3.7V DC Li-Ion Battery,700Ma (2) Battery Life:About 48hours Operating Temperature:-10°C to +65°C Storage Temperature:-20°C to +70°C
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This came with a charger, two batteries, a magnetic back cover, a standard back cover, a small user manual and a mini CD. Great deal for under 30 bucks. I'm getting about 2 days on a full charge with 1 minute update rates.
For GPRS reporting, you typically need some server to process the data for you. I'm using Traccar on a Digital Ocean linux server, which was easy to set up and fairly inexpensive. Make sure to install Java runtime before installing Traccar. Both of the trackers I received use the TK103 protocol, and need to report to port 5002 for Traccar to process the data.
1) Install Java (> apt-get install openjdk-7-jre)
2) Download & Install traccar according to the readme included with the package.
3) Open ports 8082 and 5002 in the firewall (> ufw allow 5002) (> ufw allow 8082)
4) Log in to Traccar (www.yourserver.com:8082) and set up the unique ID for your tracking device as 0+ the last 11 digits of the IMEI printed on the side of the tracker.
Tracker set-up / configuration:
To set up the units to report to traccar using H2O wireless sim cards, you have to activate the sim cards and install them, then power the device on. Give it a few minutes to get a GPS lock, then text the following commands to the tracker from your mobile phone.
# initialize the device
# Authorize the phone number you're texting from
# (in this example, replace 9991234567 with your phone number)
# Authorize another phone number if you want to. I use google voice as a secondary.
# Use up to 5 phone numbers that you might want to program the device from.
# Replace 9991238910 with your 2nd phone number
# Change the password if you wish, here I change it to 567890. Use whatever you want, but it has to be 6 digits, all numbers.
# Configure the APN data for H2O wireless - very simple for the H2O service, but it will be different for other providers.
# Set the time zone, I'm in UTC -4
time zone567890 -4
(time zone ok!)
# Tell the tracker you want to use GPRS data transmitting mode
# Tell the tracker your server's IP and port that it should send the GPRS data to.
# For the trackers I received, they need to report to port 5002 so Traccar can understand them.
# Replace 0.0.0.0 with whatever Traccar server IP you're using. In my case, this was my digital ocean server's IP.
adminip567890 0.0.0.0 5002
# Finally, tell it how often to report. Here I set it to report every 1 minute, indefinitely.
# If you want to report faster or slower, replace the 001m part with 030s for 30 seconds, 001h for 1 hour, 010m for 10 minutes, etc.
With that, you should start receiving some data in Traccar, so knowing the commands makes the set-up pretty easy. To verify everything's working, look in the Traccar server logs (/opt/traccar/logs/traccar-server.log) and see if you're getting data. And if you want to, you can check the status to see if GPRS is on.
(GSM: 063% GPS: ON GPRS: ON BATTERY: 100%)
$10 of pre-paid card goes a long way if you're just using this sporadically. It takes about 30mb per month if you run at 30s continuous updates.
The units are Not Weatherproof, so use waterproof tape, Zip Lock bag, Silicone Goop or whatever if using on livestock or outdoor pets!!
Well, my PeTrack GPS Tracker (see my earlier review of it) died today of a fatal hardware fault condition in just 24 hrs, piece be upon it and a happy return to ElectroFlip I hope, so I took out its RedPocket SIM card and stripped off the excess junk to convert it into an "mini SIM" size then installed it into the RTPM GPS unit following the manual's instructions. It was a loose fit, so I added two  layers of masking tape to the back of the SIM, trimmed off the excess, flipped up the cover, installed correctly and locked it in -- no need for an SD Card apparently, even though it has an separate slot for one.
OK, charge battery 16 HRS! and then install it, the unit will come on with a blinking GREEN LED -- apparently the Power Button is as useless as teats on a Boar hog, so no worries about that mate eh?
Put the units SIM phone # into your phone's contact list (I just use an legacy Cell Phone shame shame I am a Luddite) anyway compose an SMS (text) message in LOWER CASE [lower case] as follows: begin123456 then send it. If successful you will soon receive an text msg back:
No big deal, you are in business, no complicated setup no pains. Then call the units phone # and you may hear One ring then either a BUSY signal or an "We're sorry the persons mailbox..." msg. Then hang up and wait for a reply of the units current GPS coordinates in lat longitude plus an URL to Google maps -- which is now a DEAD LINK -- BTW. I just type in the coordinates in the G Map search box, but then again I am a Luddite :lol:
The battery is supposed to last 80 hrs in normal operation, but not sure, I have to test that 1st. The unit does not have an accelerometer (gyroscope) inside to make it sleep if not in motion, but I hacked a few commands that may help if you have the same firmware as I do. Follows:
Status check: check123456 = GSM, GPS, Battery% message sent back!
Re-Boot: reset123456 if you have changed the password use your own instead of "123456" PW must be at least 6 characters!
Power Saver Mode #3 (saves the battery power): mode123456 3 Notice a "space" after the password is required for this hack!!
Stay awake 4 Five on Wake: not sure of this one yet YMMV: sleep123456 5 Stay awake for 5 min after arousal.
nolowpower123456 prevents unit from sending messages to alert you of a low battery condition when it's on it's last legs anyway -- then it quickly uses up the last of your power!
Listen in on whatever with hidden Microphone spying bug? SMS: monitor123456 Unit respond with SMS msg "monitor ok!"
I can hear the radio playing in my truck in the garage, it was not on too loud, not hear too well either, but at my age hearing not so good! Turn monitor mode OFF with tracker+PW
One possible application I just thought of is Vehicle Security: get the vehicle charger then attach the PGPST to your rear-view mirror or the cab roof, green light facing out, and no one would dare mess with your ride, seeing that pulsing light thinking it's like a low-jack -- or something they know nothing of (actually it is a cheap work-alike) eh? I just tried this and it looks awesome at night, just some double-sided tape to stick just above the window, or on rear view mirror and a perhaps a rubber band. It still sends the GPS coordinates when placed under the truck's cab which is quite surprising.
I did not even have to set APN for this unit, and it worked straight away. More importantly, it is still working. Very simple very easy. Have lots of FUN.
Just like linux the thing "just works" IMO