OBD GPS Tracker – No wiring necessary

Featuring the GPYes Tracket OBD GPS Tracker

A simple plug and play tracker for car, bus & truck.
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OBD GPS Tracker Features:

● OBDII and CANBUS protocol, DC 12V and 24V;
● 2G GSM/GPRS 850/900/1800/1900MHz;
● 3G UMTS/HSPA 2100/1900/850/900MHz;
● Plug and play, Small size, no installation cost;
● Support A-GPS (make GPS locating much faster);
● Internal GSM and GPS antennas;
● TCP and UDP protocol;
● Auto sleep mode to save automotive power;
● Wide working temperature range: -30 to +80℃.

Specifications:

GPS Specifications
GPS Module
JRC or U-blox
Channel
50 pararrel channels
Position Accuracy
≤ 2.5m
Speed Accuracy
≤0.1m/s
Sensitivity
Tracking: -162dBm
Acquisition Time
Cold Start: 29s
Warm Start: 29s
Hot Start: 1s

Communication

Telit 3G module UL865; Quectel UG96
3G: UMTS/HSPA 2100/1900/850/900MHz

MCU

NXP ARM Cortex M3

Interface

Mini USB Port
1
GPS Antenna
Internal
GSM Antenna
Internal
OBDII Connector
SAE J1962

Vehicle Protocol
ISO 15765-4 (CAN)
ISO 14230-4 (Keyword Protocol 2000)
ISO 9141-2 (Asian, European, Chrysler vehicles)
SAE J1850 VPW (GM vehicles)
SAE J1850 PWM (Ford vehicles)
ISO 15765
ISO 11898 (raw CAN)
SAE J1939 OBD protocol
Non-legislated OBD protocols (can be added according to customer’s needs):
Single Wire CAN (SW-CAN) – GM proprietary network
Medium Speed CAN (MS-CAN) – Ford proprietary network

General Specifications

Sensor
Accelerator sensor and shock sensor
Case Material
ABS
Operation Voltage
DC 12 or 24V
Active current
70mA
Operation Temperature
-30 to +80℃
Operating Humidity
5% to 95%, non-condensing
Dimension
624820mm
Weight
60g

Best Vehicle GPS Tracker for Car

‘Vehicle GPS Tracker for Car’, something you’ve probably googled but are struggling to find information on. Do you want a hidden option, plug n play without wiring, a portable option, or a combination of all? Each type of GPS tracker will excel with a different functionality.

Firstly, let’s cover the basics.

 

How a GPS vehicle tracker works

GPS Trackers can find their location using one or multiple of the three methods;

GPS
Cell tower triangulation
Wi-Fi Positioning System (WPS)

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How the GPS information is sent

GPS information is sent over the cellular network.
Within Australia, the most common methods are on the 3G & 4G networks. The 2G network shutdown Australia has already happened, so avoid buying any tracker that runs over 2G (GSM). Ideally, you want to be looking for a 4G GPS Tracker to future proof.

The Three type of GPS Vehicle Tracker

You have three options for GPS Trackers in your car, you can plug them in, wire them in or use a portable option with a battery & magnet.
All of them will require a SIM card with an active phone plan.

Plug in GPS Tracker

Since the late 1990s, all cars as a requirement must have an ‘OBD’ port, which is a diagnostic port used for reading information electronically from the cars ECU/Computer. There are OBD GPS trackers that will plug into these ports, drawing power directly from the vehicle.
These types of trackers are much easier than a hard wired options. These are great options for both business and personal use.
They are generally out of sight, with inbuilt mobile network and GPS antennas as standard, but it depends on where the OBD port is located on your car as to how stealth it is.
Here is some more information about the OBD GPS tracker that we sell.

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Vehicle Tracking Device

Hardwired GPS Tracker for car

Hardwired GPS solutions are better suited for commercial/fleet use, as they are easily hidden, but do require wiring into your cars power to work.
External antennas for GPS and Network allow you to place the tracker hidden under the dashboard, whilst still having good signal due to well placed antennas.
Hardwired options often come with options for controlling immobilizers, fuel pump activation, driver key fobs and microphones. See our wired hidden gps trackers, also handy as a motorbike tracker.

Battery Powered Tracking Units

Battery operated GPS Trackers do not require any wiring or plugging in of any kind to work. They work on a rechargeable battery which is charged via USB.
Certain battery GPS trackers such as use the Wi-Fi Positioning System (WPS), which allows for greater accuracy when inside buildings if satellites are not visible, which they are often not when indoors. This is what makes them great for GPS asset tracking.
As they use a battery, you do need to be mindful of their charge. You can reduce the location reporting frequency down to as little as once per day to preserve battery life as much as possible, as well as of course leaving the tracker constantly plugged in with USB.
There’s no reason why you couldn’t leave this GPS tracker permanently plugged into your vehicle also, as an alternative to a hard wired, or OBD GPS option. Click the link for information on our battery powered vehicle tracker.

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Conclusion of the best GPS Tracker for Car

To determine which is the best option for you, you’ll need to work out your requirements and what features are a must have.

GPS Tracker Sim Card – Easily activate with Amaysim

This guide will show you how to activate your Amaysim GPS Tracker Sim Card to work with the GPYes Vehicle GPS Tracker

Prepare your GPS Tracker Sim Card

1.) To begin with, get your Amaysim card package ready which has the SIM Card Number (also known as ICC number). You will need this in the next step to activate.
The below SIM card number is an example, you will need to refer to your own package for the correct SIM card number.
GPS Tracker Sim Card

Activate your SIM

2.) Visit the Amaysim SIM card activation page https://www.amaysim.com.au/activate
You will see the 13 digit box for entering your SIM Card Number
Enter your SIM card number in the activation box
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Choose the correct plan

3.) Scroll down to ‘AS YOU GO’ & select ‘Choose’.

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  • 4.) Click ‘None’ > ‘Get a new number’ > Take note of your mobile number > Click ‘Your Details’
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    Enter your details

    5.) Enter your details (First Name, Last Name, DOB, Primary contact number, Email address) > Set a password & take note of it > Enter your address > Click ‘Payment Details’
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  • 6.)Review your details and ensure they are correct

    amaysim-sim-card6Choose a Payment Method

    7.) Select a Payment method. Credit/Debit card or PayPal > Agree to the ‘Terms & Conditions’ > Continue to PayPal or Credit/Debit information) depending on what you have chosen.
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  • 8.) Enter your Payment information
    Option A.) If you are using PayPal
    Enter your PayPal Username/Password Combination > Click ‘Log In’. You will not be billed at this point
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  • Click ‘Agree & Pay’
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  • Option B.) If you are using a Credit Card/Debit Card. You will not be billed at this point.
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  • 9.) Click ‘My Amaysim’ to continue to your accountamaysim-sim-card11

Provide Identification to Amaysim

10.)Provide identification to Amaysim (Australian law states you must provide identification at the time of registering SIM card) > click ‘Check my ID’
Example below shows drivers licence as the form of ID.
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Your ID should now be verified.
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Confirm your Email Address

10.) Update your email address. Go to your email account that you signed up with & locate the email from Amaysim ‘One click to verify your email address.
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11.) Open the email and confirm your email by clicking ‘I’m real and this is my email’.
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After that, and if successful, you will see the below stating:
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Load $10 Credit onto your GPS Tracker Sim Card

12)Within your Amaysim dashboard, click ‘Plan’ > add $10 via the drop down > click ‘Add Credit’
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If successful, you should see the below message:
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That’s it! You now have your GPS Tracker Sim Card activated.

In conclusion, you now have $10 credit on your Amaysim GPS Tracker Sim Card with 365 days expiry.
This sim card is used in all the gps trackers found here: https://www.gpyes.com.au/purchase

GPS Tracker For Cars

Introducing the wireless, completely plug n play GPS tracker for cars; the Tracket.
GPS Tracker For Cars
This device plus directly into your vehicles OBD port, which makes it the most user friendly GPS Tracking Device on the market. No knowledge of electronics or wiring experience necessary.

Your vehicles OBD port is generally found at the drivers/passengers knees, just under the dash. This OBD post is a standard feature on most cars post 1998. If you need help finding the location of your vehicles OBD port please drop us an email on the contact page

Once the Tracket is plugged into the OBD port, it then works by obtaining its position from the many GPS satellites above, storing it, then sending it over 3G (internet) to our GPYes tracking server.

You can then log into the GPYes tracking server via the web, iOs or Android application in order to check your vehicles position. The application works on any device that has connection to the internet.
You have the ability to track your vehicles current location, playback past trips, set up geofence perimeters which alert you to when a vehicle leaves it, as well as many other features.

For information on pricing, check the page here

2g Network Shutdown – Australia shuts down 2G GPSM/GPRS towers

The 2G Network Shutdown has finally happened.

What is 2G

2G (or 2-G) is short for the GSM technology.

2G cell systems were created on the Finnish GSM standard by Radiolinja (presently part of Elisa Oyj) in 1991.

The advantages of 2G

Three essential advantages of the 2G network over 1G was that encryption was now a standard.

2G frameworks were altogether progressively proficient on the range empowering far more noteworthy remote entrance levels.

2G presented information administrations for versatile, beginning with SMS instant messages.

2G innovations empowered the different systems to give the administrations, for example, instant messages, picture messages, and MMS (mixed media messages).

All instant messages sent over 2G are carefully encoded, permitting the move of information so that just the proposed collector can get and peruse it.

Who does the 2g network shutdown affect?

It has all come to an end now, the 2G Network Shutdown will effect us all.

The GPS/GSM combination and low use of data meant that GPS trackers were able to operate quite cheaply.

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Now what?

After 2G was propelled, the past portable remote system frameworks were retroactively named 1G.

While radio flags on 1G systems are simple, radio flags on 2G systems are computerized.

The two frameworks utilize advanced motioning to associate the radio towers (which tune in to the gadgets) to whatever remains of the versatile framework.

General Packet Radio Service (GPRS)

With General Packet Radio Service (GPRS), 2G offers a hypothetical most extreme exchange speed of 50 kbit/s (40 kbit/s in practice)[not in reference given]

With EDGE (Enhanced Data Rates for GSM Evolution), there is a hypothetical greatest exchange speed of 1 Mbit/s (500 kbit/s in practice).

Innovation

The most widely recognized 2G innovation was the time division numerous entrance (TDMA)- based GSM, initially from Europe however utilized in the majority of the world outside North America.

More than 60 GSM administrators were additionally utilizing CDMA2000 in the 450 MHz recurrence band (CDMA450) by 2010.[3]

Conclusion

The 2G Network Shutdown has affected GPS Trackers; you can no longer use your 2G/GSM based trackers within Australia.