The GPYes Pulse tracking device is a monitoring device that connects to your vehicle through the OBDII port or via the vehicles wiring harness. It is a GPS tracker for gps tracker for car
It collects location data from GPS towers and sends it to the GPYes tracking server over the mobile network.
This device is can be used with many devices, as long as the host device provides a voltage that is compatible with the tracker.
This device has been used in a variety of applications; from Logistics, Enterprise Fleet Management, Insurance, Passenger Transport, Automotive Leases, Rentals, Dealers and more
- Take the tracker from the box and plug in the wiring loom(s), GPS & Mobile Network antennas. Please note that the GPS & Mobile network antennas are labelled and must screw into their respective ports.
- Whilst your vehicle is switched off, plug the OBD connector which is attached to the 8pin wiring loom into the OBD port of your vehicle and mount the tracker within your dashboard.
If you don’t want to use the OBD connector, and wish to completely hide the tracker, you can cut the OBD connector off, and wire it in.
- Route the GPS & Mobile Network antennas up through the dashboard and mount them to the underside of the dashboard surface.
- Turn car on and allow to sit for 1 minute before moving. This is to ensure that GPS signal is located and a lock is made. Without this 1 minute wait before moving, the tracker may not be able to report your location correctly for 2-5 minutes.
- Log into the web interface/android/iPhone application using the login/password combination sent to you via email after signing up to the subscription.
- iPhone/Android users need to download their respective apps and enter in 2 additional settings.
– Android users see within this manual: ‘Using the Android app’
– iPhone users see within this manual: ‘Using the iPhone app’
- You should now be able to see the location of your vehicle. For more information on how to use the web application (tracking playback, trip reports, km’s traveled, geozones, etc), please see ‘Using the web interface’ to read about it