The GMT100 is a water resistant GPS tracker designed for applications requiring low current drain such as motorcycles and boats. Its built-in GPS receiver has superior sensitivity and fast time to first fix. Its quad band GPRS/GSM subsystem supports 850/900/1800/1900 MHz allowing the GMT100's location to be monitored in real time or periodically tracked by a backend server and mobile devices. Its built-in 3-axis accelerometer allows motion detection and extends battery life through sophisticated power management algorithms. Further reduction in current drain is achieved by configuring alternative recharge schemes for the internal battery. System integration is straightforward as complete documentation is provided for the full featured @Track protocol. The @Track protocol supports a wide variety of reports including emergency, geo-fence boundary crossings, low battery and scheduled GPS position.
Wide operating voltage 8V to 32V DC
Internal u-blox chipset
Low power consumption, long standby time with internal battery
Quad band GSM/GPRS 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
Embedded full featured @Track protocol
Multiple I/O interfaces for monitoring and control
Internal 3-axis accelerometer for power conservation and motion detection
To set WIFLC6 you need to configure as follows. With the following commands through several text messages: In the example it is assumed that the device password is $ model $ which is the initial data from the device and the APN are those of APN_OPERATOR.
Begin with the configuration 2trRliD5JovWoVWrHAkzXnfxW99N
Set the time zone UTC-0 tit7eYRKseIfpz6x814MZFD6lfYEykZ7cs
Set up our operator APN iIPJWTUO6EAH0E0TEBpa5AlR6f0fniuTzXjUrwkaU8peZxm9LcP
Establish the server where we will connect XU6fEVWjwZMTgoH4OHQLvZwFDYsEGgDK8QWn9DzUJbL3cOSesGTu37R7i0bpnRcQVCVQRe5KS
Define how often will transmit position 60 seconds. 6BUO3nzGNWAMTQA8ZFImKr184iZ3CMOKIc666tpMliZ5cDCvUR2Yx
Activate notification by SOS button input 2 PN71hg7N0czkXTqSdegmSbOG6VG2J31TLTfG2fBx