The GPS tracker gets its position by reading them satellites orbiting the earth. Once the position is established checks if it is within the safety zones you entered.
When it is ready, it connects via the GSM network, like a mobile phone, and sends information to the cloud about position, time of positioning and current battery level. Once the information is in the cloud, you can log in to view it via your computer, tablet or app.
To save battery time and avoid the possibility of scanning, transmit The scout one position per 24h. On position update it checks the security zones you specified, if any zone is broken then alarms it and automatically switches to 1h tracking with the possibility of more frequent tracking if you will. Remember that GPS is not just yours track transmitter receiver, it’s a whole system. It consists of three parts, satellites, ground stations and receivers. Satellites act like the stars in constellations, we know where they must be at any given time. The ground stations use radar to make sure they are actually where we think they are.
A receiver, from which your tracker listens for a signal these satellites. The receiver calculates how far they are from some of them. When the gps receiver calculates its distance from four or more satellites it knows exactly where it is. From miles up in space the position on the ground can be determined with incredible precision! They can usually tell where you are within a few meters from the actual location. But does it bring in fewer satellites or reflecting signals, the receiver cannot calculate the correct position.
the erie runs faster at closer intervals. Ex: If your tracker is stolen at 03.00 and the tracker updates at 05.00, the alarm comes shortly after 05.00. This means that if a Scout (at 24h intervals) moves outside a zone and comes back between two transmission intervals so it will not alarm.
It depends. GPS satellites transmit their signals into space with a certain accuracy, but what you get depends on additional factors, including satellite geometry, signal blocking, atmospheric conditions.
For example, GPS-enabled phones are usually accurate within a radius of 4.9 m under open sky. But their accuracy deteriorates near buildings, bridges and trees. Our GPS units are normal accurate down to 2.5 meters.
Many things can degrade the accuracy of GPS positioning. Common causes are blocking of satellite signals due to buildings, bridges, trees etc. Use indoors or underground. Signals sometimes reflected from buildings or other things. Much less common causes may include radio interference or interference from large solar storms, satellite maintenance and satellite maneuvers that create temporary gaps in coverage.
Yes, the connector is under the steering wheel of your car, same port as mechanic uses.
Then an alarm goes off because the tracker must be installed to be able to supply an accurate driving record.
A security zone is a virtual fence that you mark on a map like that that you receive an alarm if the GPS tracker leaves the zone.
Security zones do not recognize each other but alarm completely individually.
Alarms are sent via SMS, email or push notification. Specify who should receive the alarm you under “Alarm receiver”. Don’t forget to enable push notifications below alarm receiver and to activate the “notices” function in your phone.
If you run out of text messages, just email us and we’ll top it up cost price (100 pcs, SEK 149).
Remember that alerts via email and push notifications are included free of charge.
You can easily do that yourself. Enter the imei number and address and we will send the correct one batteries at once. And don’t forget where you hide the tracker so that you will find it the next time you change the batteries. Manuals to change battery can be found below here.
To save battery time and avoid the possibility of scanning, transmit The scout one position per 24h. When updating the position, it checks them security zones you specified, if any zone is broken, it alarms and automatically switches to 1h tracking with the possibility of more frequent tracking if you want. Remember that the battery goes faster at more frequent intervals. Ex: About your tracker is stolen at 03:00 and the tracker updates at 05:00 so come the alarm shortly after 05:00. This means that if a Scout (at 24h intervals) moves out of a zone and returns between two transmission intervals then it will not alarm.
In the app, you go under the map. There you can press the marker where your track transmitters are located. You will then see how much battery is left. MAN should replace the battery when it approaches 30%. This is because you want some capacity left if there is a theft of your property.
No – only a red and black cable towards +/- 8-24V.
Machine has a gyro in it that causes it to transmit as soon as it moves. If it has not sent anything, it has not moved, but is located at last position.
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