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TOOGOO(R) Vehicle Car GPS Tracker 103B with Remote Control GSM Alarm SD Card Slot Anti-theft
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- Remote control with alarm on/off function. GPS/GSM station positioning.
- SMS/GPRS/internet network data transfer. Point-to-point, point to group, group-to-group monitoring.
- Continuously auto track upon different time and distance intervals.
- Absolute street address with GSM network. SD card for data logging.
- Support 9-36V, so it can be installed on Bus, taxi, truck ,personal car, business car etc.
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* TOOGOO is a registered trademark. ONLY Authorized seller of TOOGOO can sell under TOOGOO listings. TOOGOO(R) Vehicle Car GPS Tracker 103B with Remote Control GSM Alarm SD Card Slot Anti-theft This tracker GPS103B is a new product based on the GSM / GPRS network and GPS satellite positioning system. It provides multiple functions, such as security, positioning, surveillance, emergency alarms and so on. Maximum 5 cell phone numbers are allowed to admin the tracker. Other functions: SOS, Geo-fence, movement alarm, over speed alarm, accident alarm, voice monitoring etc. Cut off the oil and power system. The on-line web page tracking software has one month free trial, after that it is about 10USD per year. Optional accessories:Shock sensor and siren.(NOT included) Specifications: Network: GSM/GPRS Band: 850/900/1800/1900Mhz GSM/GPRS module: SIM900B GPS module: SIRF3 chip GPS sensitivity: -159dBm GPS accuracy: 5m GPS start time: Cold status 45s Warm status 35s Hot status 1s Voltage of car power system: 12V ~ 24V Backup battery: Rechargeable and changeable 3.7V 800mAh Li-ion battery Storage Temperature: -40¡ãC to +85¡ãC(-40F~185F) Operation Temperature: -20¡ãC to +65¡ãC(-4F~149F) Humidity: 5% ~ 95% non-condensing Item size: 10.5 * 5.5 * 2.5cm (4.1 * 2.2 * 1.0in) Item weight: 112g/4oz Package size: 19.5 * 12.8 * 5.8cm (7.7 * 5 * 2.3in) Package weight: 617g/1.4Lbs Item Includes: 1 * GPS tracker 1 * Remote control 1 * Microphone (1.5 meters) 1 * GSM antenna (3 meters) 1 * GPS antenna (3 meters) 1 * Relay (12V/40A to 24V/40A according to vehicles) 1 * Harness (10 Pin) 1 * User manual 1 * CD with software Please notice the machine need work with SIM card which doesn't include.
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I put this on my motorcycle so that my parents could keep track of me during my cross country tours. I'm fairly tech savvy, and didn't want to pay for a full YEAR of SPOT service when I'd only be needing it for a couple of months. This product has a lot of superfluous uses that I just cut off; I just wanted something I could put on that my parents could track in real time. After about 10 hours of fiddling, I finally got it to do just that, so I'm going to walk you through exactly how to do that, step by step, so that you can have yours up and running in less than 2 hours.
- Buy this product, as well as a standard size sim card from H2O wireless, also available here on amazon. They cost a penny. Upon arrival, go to the h2owirelessnow website and activate the sim, then preload it with $10 and do NOT sign it up for a data plan. Pay per use is 10 cents per megabyte, and you'll have to refill this every three months after it expires. They will ask for an IMEI, which is on a sticker on the side of the tracker itself. Make note of the phone number.
- Install the product on the bike. For simple tracking, like I did, you'll need only the red wire and the black wire to remain on the wiring harness. If you want to install the other parts, do so at your own risk. Cut off the others with a pair of scissors and wrap them in electrical tape individually to ensure they dont short out. Remove the fuse before proceeding. Attach the positive (red) and negative (black) to their corresponding terminals directly on the battery itself.
- Attach the GPS and GSM antennae in a place where they have a direct view of the sky. The GPS is magnetic and the GSM has a piece of double stick tape that will make it easier. Plug them in to their corresponding ports on the device.
- Insert the sim by pressing the little yellow button with a paperclip to remove the tray.
- Reinsert the fuse, which should power the device on. You can also switch on the battery backup at this point. After about five minutes, the LED light should glow green, and flash red once every three seconds. That means its working properly, and is connected to the network and satellite.
- From your cell phone, text the following commands to the device to the phone number given by h2o, without quotes. Each one should be a seperate text, and it will respond with a confirmation saying it's OK when completed:
- "apn123456 att.mvno"
- "adminip123456 18.104.22.168 20462"
- "T015m***n123456" - this one won't get a response
Now, the product comes with a program and directs you to a gpstrackerxy.com, which is a poorly designed chinese website that gives you one month free, then charges $15 a year after that. This was fine with me, because it worked, except that there is no way to actually pay for that subscription. The settings you've now texted in will instead work with gps-trace.com, which is a free, open source tracking program.
- So, go to gps-trace.com and make an account. The Unique ID is the IMEI, same one as is on the sticker on the side of the box. The phone number should be in international format, being +1, then your area code and number. When choosing a device type, this is a Xexun TK103-2.
We have the settings set to update every fifteen minutes, but it can take a while. Let the map sit for about half an hour and your vehicle should show up after that. you can change the amount of time it takes to update by altering the last text that we sent to it. All in all, though, it should be working now! The power is constantly drawing off your battery, so if you expect to have it sit for a while I suggest you unplug the wiring harness and shut off the battery. There are two optional things you may want to do as well, I will describe them:
- The unit has the ability to stop sending GPRS signals when the GPS is not moving. After moving again, it will begin sending signals once more. This can save both battery and data. To enable this, text "less gprs123456 on" and to disable text "less gprs123456 off".
- You may want to do a single track of your vehicle if it is updating slowly or not updating at all. One way to do this is to call the device. It will ring once, hang up on you, then send you a text with longitude, latitude, and a google maps link. The other way to do this is by using gps-trace.com. Go to unit properties by clicking the wrench, then go to the commands tab. Press new, and change the command name to "Single Track". Don't change any other settings until you get to the bottom, just below where it says "Without paramaters". In that box, type "**,imei:<imei>,B;" without quotes, and replacing <imei> with your actual IMEI. Press Store, then press okay and close the properties. The green arrow in the toolbar will now allow you to perform a single track of your vehicle.
**EDIT AS OF 3/16/15**
Amazon doesn't tell me when you guys ask me questions, so I'm throwing in an update to answer a couple questions.
The IMEI is the one printed on the side of the device, it's the longer string of numbers on there.
Here are the details for what the specific commands do:
- "begin123456" the startup command
- "apn123456 att.mvno" This is telling the device how to use your service providers GPRS. Since H20 is using ATT's network, this is the gprs it will use. If you use a provider other than ATT or one of it's affiliates (H20) you'll need to ask your service provider what it's GPRS settings are.
- "gprs123456" This is telling the device to start using that GPRS we just typed in
- "adminip123456 22.214.171.124 20462" This is the IP address of gps-trace.com. If you use another tracking website, you will have to get their IP and Port from them instead, and subsitute it in here.
- "T015m***n123456" - this one won't get a response. This one is to set how often your device will send GPRS coordinates/data to the IP address that you just put in. I put it for 15 minutes, I.E. the 015m. If you wanted to do 30 minutes, it would be 030m instead. You can alter this to suit your tastes.
If you continue to have trouble with this device after following these steps, try the following:
- If you text the device the begin command and don't get a response, make sure the device light is green and flashes red once every few seconds. If not, either you are not connected to the network or you don't have a good power source. You can also check that your sim card is activated by removing it and putting it into an unlocked phone, then trying to send a text from that.
- If you text the device and it responds, but isn't showing up on the website, start by making sure that the GPS antenna is in clear view of the sky. Double check the IMEI, device type (Xexun TK103-2, not 102-2 or 103. They won't work.) and phone number OF THE DEVICE and not what you're using to text it.
And if you continue to have trouble, google your issue with TK103-B or TK103-2 and hope that someone has an answer for you.
Sent 'begin', 'change password', 'set admin phone' SMS text messages - got the expected reply each time. Sent 'Arm', 'status check' & 'Send IMEI' commands and got the responses right away. Sent 'fix' command to give location every 30 seconds for 5 times, and the fully formatted message reply had lat/ long, speed, a clickable link to google maps and 'power', 'door' and 'ACC' status.
I am impressed! I didn't set up anything on my iPhone 5 - the text message received is already spaced out with line breaks and punctuation and the complete hyperlink - I expected there would be more setup required.
The manual I got is very good. Sure there are some silly mistranslations ("oil cutoff " should be "ignition cutoff") but all the features are covered - just read every word. I tied most of the wires back out of my way but will eventually wire this into my car alarm. Very heavy duty ignition-sized wires attached to a nice relay are included, and right away i was impressed with the packaging (recessed cushioning, compartment inside and magnetic(!) box flap closure.
There are a lot of clones of the Xexun and Coban (this unit) models that are around the same price. My advice is buy from a US seller (or one in your country) so if it is a crappy / broken clone you can return it. Also there is a great forum called GPS Passion - google it and go to the "LIVE tracker" forum.
It only uses 2g Sims cards. Which are being fazed out soon.
Item worked for a day. Then it stopped responding to commands. I tried to reset the password. I had no luck. I spent over 7 hours trouble shooting it. Even tried calling the device. One ring then it went to a open line. Didn't send back a link.
It didn't do anything! I sent many emails to the vendor. Only responded once. Didn't even help me. I tore my dash up installing it and setting it up. Total wast of time and $35.00 for device, $10.00 for wrong sim card and $45.00 more for another Sim and data usage. $90.00 and 7 hours I'll never get back.
Hope that helps someone.
I installed it bare bones (uninterrupted power and ground) to be able to find car if stolen. It got gps and cell signal in my basement on the test bench.
Get a prepaid Sim and you're good to go. Call the number and it'll text you Google mappable GPS coordinates.
Fantastic and cheap peace of mind
Directions are in chinglish, just read them slowly a few times and it'll click. Anyone who has installed a car stereo can do one of these in a jif. Hide it good.