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Coban - TK102

This product can locate accurately and be used in guarding Vehicle against theft, Protecting child / Elderly / disabled / pet, Managing personnel and Tracking criminals secretly.

Details:
Working Based on existing GSM/GPRS(850/900/1800/1900MHZ)network and GPS satellites, this product can locate and monitor any remote targets by SMS or Computer or PDA.

Functions:

  • Change the password
  • Authorization
  • Single Locating
  • Auto Track
  • Absolute street address
  • GPS drift suppression
  • Location based service (LBS)
  • Monitor (Voice Surveillance)
  • Data logging
  • Data Load
  • Shock Sensor Alarm
  • Geo-fence
  • Movement alert
  • Overspeed alert
  • SOS alert
  • Low battery alert
  • GPS blind Spot alert
  • Sleep Mode
  • Sleep by time
  • Sleep by shock sensor
  • Deep Sleep by Shock Sensor
  • Start Work on specific time
  • No sleep mode
  • Forward the third parties’ message
  • Charges Inquiry
  • State Checking
  • IMEI checking
  • Terminal (local) Time
  • TCP/UDP switch
  • Reset
  • Configure parameters by USB
  • GPRS setting
  • Less GPRS traffic
  • Modes switch between SMS and GPRS
  • Setup monitor center number
This information only is for informational purposes only, Plaspy does not have relationship with the device's manufacturer, for more information check the manufacturer's website or user manual.

Set Up TK102

Country
Carrier
APN
User
Password

To set the tracker send the following commands by SMS messages, the sample setup the device password is 8T2vEY, this password is the default

  1. Factory reset
    begin8T2vEY
  2. Set the time zone UTC-0
    time zone8T2vEY 0
  3. Set the operator APN
    apn8T2vEY {{apn}}
  4. Set the username and password of APN operator
    up8T2vEY {{apnu}} {{apnp}}
  5. Set the GPRS Server
    adminip8T2vEY 54.85.159.138 8888
  6. Switch to GPRS mode to UDP or TCP
    Rc2j793Zy8,1,1
    or
    Rc2j793Zy8

To check settings check8T2vEY

To enable the status of the fuel sensor or improve the transmission of the status of the digital sensors protocol8T2vEY 18