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How to use GSM/GPRS/GPS Tracker Device System

by NandRepair.com


GPS Tracker is used for many plane, GPS tracker is designed for advanced tracking/monitoring, especially for vehicle tracking using GPS, GSM and GPRS technology. The GPS tracker is designed for use in any vehicle to track it's location, such as cars, trucks, boats, motor homes, vans and construction machinery and many more - the live tracking possibilities are limitless! This is particularly useful if your vehicle, pets, child or your belongings have been stolen. Time to enjoy the benefits this GPS tracker brings!


Getting Set Up With nandrepair GPS Tracker

There are two types of GPS trackers: hardwired and portable battery-powered tracking devices. As we know, portable battery-powered tracking devices is easy to use, special from your car, cos this one without any wires anywhere.

 Most GPS Tracker can used about 8 hours of a full charge. some good battery kit can use from 60 up to 120 hours of actual movement on a single charge.

GPS Tracker Options

If using the tracker for your owner car, you will find many options on the LiveViewGPS Web interface, such as directions and routing, maps, and search features to find nearby gas stations, restaurants, etc. This feature can be helpful to guide a driver of the vehicle to any of these locations. Because there are so many different types of GPS trackers on the market today, this article cannot cover exact directions for every type. For more information on using your portable GPS tracking device system, consult the user manual which comes with orders.

Reminders:

• Place the device’s front towards the sky
• Compatible with 2G SIM cards only
• Can only be used outdoors (if indoor use is necessary, place near window)
• When installed in a car, windscreens glued by metal thermal insulation layer or heating layer will reduce disrupt GPS signals






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