Sanav - GC-101

The SANAV GC-101 is a GPS tracker that utilizes GPRS service to upload RMC sentences containing latitude, longitude, speed, and time to an assigned web server. This tracker is specifically designed for intensive tracking applications such as fleet management and life security. With its advanced features and reliable performance, the GC-101 is an excellent choice for businesses and individuals looking to track and monitor their assets.

One of the standout features of the SANAV GC-101 is its full quadband GSM band, which ensures reliable and wide-ranging connectivity. This allows the tracker to work seamlessly in various locations and environments. Additionally, the GC-101 comes with a backup battery and internal memory, providing an extra layer of security and ensuring that data is not lost in case of power failure or network issues.

The GC-101 supports communication via TCP and UDP, allowing for flexible and efficient data transmission. It also offers position tracking based on time and distance, giving users the ability to customize their tracking preferences. The tracker features a sleep mode, which helps conserve battery life when the device is not in use. It also includes pre-defined inputs, such as panic buttons, for added safety and security.

The SANAV GC-101 is housed in a durable plastic casing and features internal GSM antennas, making it compact and easy to install. It is proudly made in Taiwan, ensuring high-quality craftsmanship and reliable performance. Whether you need to track vehicles for fleet management or ensure the safety of your assets, the SANAV GC-101 is a reliable and feature-packed GPS tracker that will meet your needs.

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Set Up GC-101


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

  1. Factory reset
  2. Set the operator APN
  3. Set the GPRS Server
  4. Set the route for data transmission
  5. Set update interval to 60 seconds