GPS Tracker Model OBD
-- Real time tracking
-- Polygon Geo-fence alarm
-- Small size
-- Track playback
-- Fleet management
-- High Voltage support
--Power off alarm
1.Find the position of the OBD interface of the vehicle. The OBD interface is a 16-pin female interface and the interface is a trapezoid.
Note: Different types of vehicles have different positions for the OBD interface. The following figure shows the possible positions of the OBD interface:
A: Above the clutch pedal
B: Above the accelerator pedal
C: In front of the lower gear lever of the center console
D: behind the front gear lever of the armrest box
E: Below the main driver's seat
F: Under the passenger seat
G: Under the glove box of the copilot
2.Connect to the OBD interface of the vehicle , power on automatically
Ensure that the equipment is installed concealed, not easily rubbed, and does not hinder driving.
The installation location must ensure good GPS and GSM signals.
The OBD has an automatic sleep and wake-up function, and the vehicle will automatically enter the sleep state after it is stationary, with low power consumption.
|Dimension||57*45*24 mm||Weight||50g（NET），85g (GROSS)|
|Input Voltage||9-36V||Power consumption||＜20mA （working current）|
|Humidity||20%–95%||Operating temperature||-20°C to +70°C|
|GSM frequency band||GSM 850/1800 MHz||Positioning accuracy||10m|
|Max working current||<250mA（12V)||Speed accuracy||0.3m/s|
|Tracking sensitivity||< -160dBm||Max transmitting power||1W|
|TTFF||Cold Start 45S、Hot Start 2S|