QuecLink - GL100M

The QuecLink GL100M is a powerful GPS tracker designed for vehicle, pet, and asset tracking. With its superior receive sensitivity and fast TTFF (Time To First Fix), you can easily monitor its location or receive periodic reports on a backend server or other device. The GL100M operates on quad-band GSM frequencies (850/900/1800/1900), ensuring reliable communication wherever you are.

One of the standout features of the GL100M is its water-resistant design, making it suitable for use in various environments. It is equipped with a built-in SIRF Star III chipset, which provides exceptional tracking sensitivity and accuracy. With its fast TTFF and high accuracy, you can rely on the GL100M to provide precise location information. The tracker also features a white OLED display (128*96), allowing for easy reading of information.

In addition to its impressive performance, the GL100M boasts low power consumption, ensuring a long standby time. This makes it ideal for long-term tracking applications. The tracker also includes a built-in 3D motion sensor, enabling advanced motion detection and triggering of alerts. It is certified with PTCRB, FCC, and CE, ensuring compliance with industry standards.

With its embedded full-featured @Track protocol, the GL100M can easily communicate with a backend server through the GPRS/GSM network or SMS. This allows for the reporting of emergency alerts, geo-fence boundary crossings, low battery notifications, and scheduled GPS positions. System integrators can easily set up custom tracking platforms to communicate with the GL100M based on the @Track protocol.

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Set Up GL100M


To set the tracker send the following commands by SMS messages, the sample setup the device password is hz4F91rS, this password is the default

  1. Restore factory settings
  2. Set the time zone UTC-0
  3. Set the operator APN
  4. Set the GPRS server
  5. Set the update interval 60 seconds.
  6. Enable SOS button notification input 2