The GOTOP VT-393 is a highly advanced and cost-effective GPS tracker designed for fleet management and vehicle security purposes. Equipped with an ARM9 high-speed microprocessor, this tracker offers exceptional performance and reliability. One of its standout features is the support for a camera, allowing you to capture location and driving information and log them onto pictures. This feature can be incredibly useful for monitoring and documenting vehicle activities.
In addition to its camera capabilities, the VT-393 offers bidirectional communication, allowing for two-way communication between the tracker and the user. This can be particularly useful for fleet managers who need to communicate with drivers in real-time. The tracker also supports a maximum 64GB SD card for storing data and pictures, providing ample storage capacity for your tracking needs.
With 4 A/D connectors, the VT-393 allows for multi-fuel sensor monitoring, enabling you to keep track of fuel levels and consumption. It also supports unique active RFID for automatic anti-theft and driver identification, adding an extra layer of security to your vehicles. The tracker supports OTA (updating online) for upgrading firmware via GPRS, ensuring that you always have access to the latest features and improvements.
Other notable features of the VT-393 include harsh braking and acceleration alarms, accident alarms, tracking via SMS or GPRS, mileage reporting, remote control engine, built-in motion sensor for power saving, and the ability to check the car's real physical address. It also supports various alerts such as SOS alert, movement alert, geo-fence alert, and over-speed alert.
The VT-393 offers a wide range of I/O options, including 5 digital inputs, 5 outputs, 4 analog inputs, 1 camera port, 1 RS232 port, and 1 SD card slot. This allows for extensive customization and integration with other devices and systems.
Use Plaspy with a tracker
Set the Operator APN
- Check your tracker clock setup is set UTC-0 o GMT. (The most trackers come from the factory on UTC.)
- For most devices you should use IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity) number as unique identifier. However, some devices have vendor specific unique identifier, for example TK-103 devices use 11-digit identifier.
Set Up the IP and port on your tracker: (automatic detect tracker's protocol.)
Server d.plaspy.com IP 184.108.40.206 Port 8888
- Add on your Account on devices with the IMEI or unique ID.