Meitrack - MT-80i

The Meitrack MT-80i GPS tracker is a versatile and reliable device that offers a wide range of applications. Whether you need personal tracking and protection, pet tracking, assets tracking and security, or vehicle tracking, the MT-80i has got you covered. With its compact size (61x42x15mm) and lightweight design (50g), it is easy to carry and can be attached to a watch belt or pet collar using the belt clip provided.

One of the standout features of the MT-80i is its low power consumption and long standby time, ensuring that you can rely on it for extended periods without needing to recharge. It utilizes SiRF III GPS technology and operates on Quad Band GSM 850/900/1800/1900Mhz, providing accurate and reliable tracking information. The device also supports AGPS (with GSM Base Station ID) for enhanced positioning accuracy.

With the MT-80i, you have multiple tracking options at your disposal. You can track the device by SMS/GPRS using the MEITRACK protocol, track on demand, track by time interval, track by distance interval, or even track on your mobile phone. The device also features a listen-in function, allowing you to remotely monitor the surrounding audio. Additionally, it comes with an internal 4Mb memory for logging, an inbuilt motion sensor, an inbuilt battery, and an SOS alarm for emergency situations.

Overall, the Meitrack MT-80i GPS tracker is a reliable and feature-packed device that is suitable for a variety of tracking applications. Its compact size, long battery life, and versatile tracking options make it an excellent choice for personal, pet, asset, and vehicle tracking needs.

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Set Up MT-80i


To set the tracker send the following commands by SMS messages, the sample setup the device password is IV7N, this password is the default

  1. Set factory settings
  2. Set the GPRS server
  3. Set the time zone UTC-0
  4. Set the update interval every 1 minute
  5. Set events