|Frequency:||GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900MHz||Working Current:||Average Current<100mA|
|Alarm:||Low Battery Level Alarm||Battery:||Rechargeable Polymer Lithium Battery|
2G portable gps locator,
Rechargeable portable gps locator,
2G Car Locator Tracker
2G GSM Portable Mini Rechargeable gps tracker strong magnetic locator device
MT03 is a 2G rechargeable long standby GPS tracker with 5200mAh built in battery
, and built-in GPS/GSM antenna. It’s ideally suitable for assets which needs real time tracking.
Open the top cover of the terminal, insert the prepared SIM card into the SIM card holder, and then confirm that the SIM card button is well placed . Please make sure that the SIM card has the GPRS function available in advance and write down the SIM card number.
After installing the SIM card, turn the battery switch to the ON position. When the red light starts to flash, indicating that the terminal is powered on.
TCP/UDP connection mode setting
For example, the client's server IP is: 126.96.36.199, port number: 8881. If it is connected by TCP, use SMS to edit: *88*1119145040064*8881*1#; if it is UDP connection, edit: *88*1119145040064*8881*0#. The terminal will reply: set ok, the setting is successful.
Command format: HC, <T1>, <T2>#
Command description: T1: Start upload interval, the value range is 5-300 seconds, the default is 15 seconds.
T2: Sleep interval, ranging from 300 to 1800 seconds, defaulting to 600 seconds.
For example: HC, 30, 300# Set the data upload time to 30 seconds and the sleep upload time to 300 seconds.
Command format: LBS, A#
A=2 close positioning function; A=1 pure base station positioning mode; A=0 base station positioning, GPS positioning, AGPS; default A=0
Example: LBS, 1# Enter pure base station positioning mode, turn off GPS module
Wired terminals can be set to the latent mode, in this mode, the wake-up time and alarm mode can be set.
Command format: HIDE, A#
Command description: Set the latency mode, A=1 On A=0 off
To set the upload interval in latent mode, it needs to send two commands: one: HIDE, 1# 2: HX, 30#
Command description: In latent mode, the terminal wakes up once every 30 minutes. The first command on behalf of the terminal enable the latency mode, the next command is to set the upload interval, the range is similar to wireless terminals: 10 ~ 43200min).
Set clock mode for the wired terminals while in latent mode:
Command Description: Set a multi-point upload parameter, maximum 4 time points T1...T4, you can set one or more clocks if required, maximum supports 4 clocks.
Example: HIDE, 1# WAKEUP, 0800, 1200, 1600, 2000#;
They are all clock points, and the terminal will wake up at 8:00, 12:00, 16:00, and 20:00, and upload the terminal parameter information.
Note: The latent mode function is optional, two commands need to be sent You need to send two SMS commands separately to set them one by one. Please use them with caution!
|Cellular||Communication module||Quectel G500GL|
|Power||Battery||Rechargeable polymer lithium battery (3.7V, 5200mAH)|
|Power consumption||Average Current<100mA；Power save<6mA|
|GSM antenna||Internal High Gain|
|GPS antenna||Internal High Gain|
|Indicator||2 status LEDs, Green: GPS, Red: GPRS|
|Environmental Parameter||Working Temperature||-20℃~ +70℃|
|Humidity||5%~95% (no fog)|
|Ingress Protection Rating||IP65|
Contact Person: Jeson Huang