This compact OBD vehicle tracker takes advantage of the fact that the OBD socket on a car is usually is a discrete location and offers a permanent 12-volt power supply.Any car built after 1996 will have an OBD socket.
If your OBD socket is hard to reach or visible location, then use our OBD extension Lead.
If you are not sure where your OBD2 port is there is a free App called where is my OBD2 port on both Android and Apple
This tracker is the ultimate in Plug and Play and in just in 2 simple steps you are up and running.
Step 1 Download the App onto your smart phone or tablet or log into your account from a PC, your account is already set up for when you received the tracker.
Step 2 Plug the tracker into the vehicles OBD Socket.
That’s it you are up and running no activation costs, no SIM card credit, no monthly subscriptions. You have the freedom to pay as you track. This is done by pre purchasing position credits so you really do pay as you track for further details click on this link Tracker position credits
Perfect for moving between Vans and fleet cars or just for monitoring the location and driving history of a personal vehicle
Simple to Move between Vehicles just unplug it and plug it into the new vehicle.
Live Tracking Mode Reports the trackers position at pre set intervals from as little as once every 10 seconds, this can be changed from the tracking console or on the App.
History Replay the history and watch the tracker moving as if you are watching in real time or use the great reporting features that give you a detailed activity report of all the vehicles movements, showing speed, times parked, locations and much more as well as viewing this on your PC or mobile device you can download the history in a excel, word or PDF great for giving to a client or using in evidence.
Zones Set a 360-degree virtual perimeter around an area, when the tracker breaks this barrier either entering, exiting or both it will send you an SMS to your mobile phone notifying you.
Extremely low current consumption so no worries about draining your battery
- GPRS: max 50 mA rms
- Nominal: average 35 mA rms
- GPS sleep: average 12 mA