QuecLink - GL300

The QuecLink GL300 is an advanced asset tracker designed for a variety of tracking applications, including lone worker, vehicle, pet, and asset tracking. This water-resistant device is compact and features a thumb-sized button, making it ideal for applications that require rapid notification of emergency alerts or the setting of geo-fences based on the current location. The GL300 is equipped with a built-in GNSS receiver that supports both GPS and GLONASS, providing superior sensitivity and fast time to first fix. This ensures accurate and reliable tracking of the device's location. The quad-band GPRS/GSM subsystem supports 850/900/1800/1900 MHz, allowing the GL300's location to be monitored in real-time or periodically tracked by a backend server and mobile devices. One of the standout features of the GL300 is its built-in 3-axis accelerometer, which enables motion detection and extends battery life through sophisticated power management algorithms. This ensures that the device remains operational for extended periods without the need for frequent recharging. System integration with the GL300 is straightforward, as complete documentation is provided for the full-featured @Track protocol. This protocol supports a wide variety of reports, including emergency alerts, geo-fence boundary crossings, low battery notifications, and scheduled GNSS positions. With its advanced features and versatile tracking capabilities, the QuecLink GL300 is an excellent choice for anyone in need of a reliable and powerful asset tracker. Whether you need to track vehicles, monitor lone workers, or keep an eye on your pets or valuable assets, the GL300 has you covered.

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Set Up GL300


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

  1. Set the operator APN
  2. Set the GPRS server
  3. Set the update interval
  4. Enable SOS button
  5. Disable power saving mode