TZone - AVL-08

The TZone AVL-08 GPS tracker is a versatile device that offers a wide range of applications for vehicle security, asset tracking, and fleet management. Whether you need to protect your vehicle from theft, track mobile assets, manage a fleet of vehicles, or monitor school buses or logistics projects, the AVL-08 has you covered.

One of the standout features of the AVL-08 is its support for single location and continual tracking. This means that you can easily keep tabs on the whereabouts of your vehicle or asset at any given time. Additionally, the tracker offers a variety of alarm features, including over-speed alarm, low power alarm, geo-fence alarm, tremble alarm, parking alarm, and SOS alarm. These alarms help to ensure the safety and security of your vehicle or asset.

The AVL-08 also offers advanced functionality such as the ability to control car doors, detect the status of the engine, and even cut off the engine power gradually and safely in case of an emergency. This level of control and security is invaluable for vehicle owners and fleet managers.

In terms of special features, the AVL-08 does not disappoint. It offers the option to connect an external SD card for recording purposes, as well as the ability to connect external RFID readers, cameras, and printers. The tracker also includes a 3D accelerometer, support for sending GPRS data to IP or DNS, mileage calculation, 32Mb flash memory, fuel/oil level detection, temperature sensors (optional), two-way conversation, mobile Google map integration, and support for ibutton.

With its robust feature set and wide range of applications, the TZone AVL-08 GPS tracker is a reliable and versatile choice for vehicle security, asset tracking, and fleet management needs.

This information only is for informational purposes only, Plaspy does not have relationship with the device's manufacturer, for more information check the manufacturer's website or user manual.

Set Up AVL-08


To set the tracker send the following commands by SMS messages

  1. Set the operator APN
  2. Set the update interval 60 seconds
  3. Set the GPRS server
  4. Activate the GPRS mode