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GPS Portable Tracker 3G

Posted By: spysingapore

Date: Sat, 9 Sep 2017

Price: $599.00

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The 3G magnetic GPS tracker is newly released in 2016. It is mainly used to track goods, valuables, equipment, and other assets.
Two internal magnets make the tracker attach to the vehicle body and free of installation. If the tracker drops, a drop alarm will be generated.
The unique rugged design of the shell ensures that the tracker is water resistant, dustproof, shockproof, and durable.


Functions:
Web based online tracking; View map on cellphone, PDA, view target current location on map on the cell phone and PDA with the maps link in the message from tracker;
Get location in real street/address name, send address password to tracker, tracker will reply detailed street address;
If your target enters into underground parking lot or other GPS blind area, the tracker will inform you the last orientation;


Features:
Built-in large capacity 7400MA battery, long standby time.
Powerful magnets to absorb to vehicle firmly.
Real-time tracking, retrieve of lost vehicles, cargo.
Movement alarm, remote monitoring.
Support map viewing on mobile phone screen, GPRS real time tracking on web based server.
Built-in high sensitivity GPS and GSM antenna to make it can be used alone without installation, convenient and quick.


Specifications
Gsm 850/1900/1800/1900MHz
GPS u-Blox 7
GPS Sensitivity -162dB
Dimension 105 x 75 x 45 mm
Weight 350g
Power supply DC 3.7V / 1.5A
Backup Battery 7400mAh / 3.7V
Power consumption 50mA (average) / 0.7ma (stand-by)
Temperature range -15°C ~ 65°C
GSM & GPS Antennas Internal
Water resistant IP66 rating


Call: 90092327


http://www.spycamerasg.com



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