Vehicle GPS/GSM/GPRS Tracking System

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Vehicle GPS/GSM/GPRS Tracking



Table of Contents

1 PRODUCT INTRODUCTION……… ………..3-7 1.1 Overview ………3. 1.2 Applications………3. 1.3 Features………..………3. 1.4 Function………..………3. 1.5 Specification………..……….6

1.6 Main Parts of the tracking system………..7

2 INSTALLATION……….7-10 3 SMS SETUP……….………….. 10 4 TRACKING VIA SMS………..…11 5 WEBSITE OPERATION……….11-20 5.1 Login………...11 5.2 Main interface………11 5.3 Sub-functions……….12

5.4 Change password and system configuration………12

5.5 Live Tracking………..13

5.6 Playback history route………..14

5.7 Geofence setting………15

5.8 Device Parameters Setting………..17

5.8.1 Listen in phone number setting………..18

5.8.2 Speed limit setting……….18

5.8.3 Tracking interval setting………18

5.8.4 Engine Control ………..19

5.8.5 Cancel alarming……….19

5.8.6 Power saving setting……….19

5.8.7 Sleep mode setting………19

5.8.8 Mileage setting………20

5.8.9 Snapshot setting……….20

5.8.10 Other settings………..20

5.9 SMS Alarm setting………20




1.1 Overview

TT02, a powerful GPS/GSM/GPRS vehicle tracking device, is desirable for professional fleet management and individual vehicle security purpose. It comes with the features of built–in memory for data buffer, harsh-weather and shock resistant PCB design, multiple inputs and outputs plus the user-friendly web software.

Simply on a computer with internet connection, users can not only track and trace, monitor vehicles as immobilizing vehicle, voice monitoring, fuel consumption monitoring and etc, but also export the comprehensive reports whenever necessary. What’s more, users can get the exact location info by sending a SMS command to the tracker when they are not at the computer. Sending SMS via mobile phone to arm or disarm vehicles and/or programming alarms sent to users’ mobile phones keeps users informed of any critical situation in a timely way. It’s a perfect combination of GSM tracking and GPRS tracking and management.

1.2 Applications

Management Tracking

1.3 Features

regains. firmware upgrades

1.4 Function

1 Tracking and Tracing GPS/GPRS tracking


GPS/GSM tracking and get detailed address info or a coordinate report from the GPS device

Tracing history trip route:

status etc. 2 Remote monitoring 3 Alarms

SOS button send out exact location for immediate rescue. After user press SOS button on the unit will send out the location and SOS alarm to the preset mobile number via SMS and the server via GPRS


* All alarms are sent to the website, but they are also programmable to be sent to users’ mobile phone*

4 Comprehensive and downloadable report

5 Voice communication: 6 Notification


1.5 Specification

Dimension 112mm×88mm×38mm

Weight 0.5kg

GSM module Huawei GTM900, GSM 850/900/1800/1900, Support

dual-band or quad-band

GPS Chipset SIRF-Star III chipset

GPS Sensitivity -159dBm

GPS Frequency L1,1575.42MHz

C/A Code 1.023MHz chip rate

Channels 20 channel all-in-view tracking

Position Accuracy 10 meters, 2D RMS

Velocity Accuracy 0.1 m/s

Time Accuracy 1 us synchronized to GPS time

Datum WGS-84

Reacquisition 0.1 sec.,average

Hot start 1 sec.,average

Warm start 38sec.,average

Cold start 42sec.,average

Altitude Limit 18,000 meters (60,000feet) max.

Velocity Limit 515 meters/second (1000knots) max.

Acceleration Limit Less than 4g

Jerk Limit 20m/sec

Operating temperature -25℃ to 70℃

Humidity 5% to 95% Non-condensing

Voltage Rechargeable 1300 mAh battery(3.7V)

Power supply voltage Direct current 10—36V(applicable for vehicle with



Main Parts of the tracking system

tracking unit Camera(optional)

LCD (optional) Handset phone (Optional)

Temperature sensor (Optional)


Note: below diagram is for installation technician reference only. Actual installation must be performed with direction of professional person authorized by manufacturer, or manufacturer will not take any result caused by incorrect installation.

Main device front panel:

GSM antenna Core Function Port (16 connector) Expandable Function Port (12 PIN) 4 fixing bolt GPS antenna LED


2. Screw off 4 bolt 3. Take out PCB board.

4. Insert SIM card as picture below 5. Lock SIM card into slot.

Cable for Core Function Port 2.1. Main power supply wire:

Positive (red) and negative (black) pole of main power supply wire connect to positive and negative pole of battery.

Red Black


2.2. Ignition detect wire:

Ignition detect wire connects vehicle’s ACC ignition signal.

2.3. Relay Cut off wire (For immobilize vehicle):

Use with Relay, connection as below

2.4. Data wire:

Data wire use to connect LCD or Handheld, which not included in standard parckage Yellow

Relay RED

5 Pin Connector

RED wire from tracker

+12v Cut Off


2.5. Hand free/monitor microphone:

F.SOS button:

Device Setup:

I) Connect ACC and power cable, switch on power supply. Make sure SIM card put in properly. II) Check LED status Make sure device is successful powered on

LED Description

Flash every 3 seconds Device working

LED off No power in or ACC not connected.

Flash every 0.2 second Data start transmission

3. SMS


Once the GPS device is connected to vehicle properly, please send text command to activate it by sending below text command:

(4U,,,,,,SIM CARD NUMBER IN THE TRACKER) Note: The SIM card number must be 11 digits

E.G. if the SIM card in the tracker is 04 666 02431, users need to include the country code 61 to make it 11 digits in the text command)

e.g (4U,,,,,,61466602431) Feedback: DONE!

2 Pin connector



it starts to work. Users can send text command to check the location Text command: (AI*P123456)

Function: To get an address info from the tracker

Feedback example: xxA Parklands Ave, Lane Cove West NSW 2066,Australia

Text command: (AI*Q123456)

Function: To get a GPS coordinate from the tracker

Feedback example: $GPRMC,094409.00,A,3350.59391,S,15111.11126,E,0.000,,060110,,,D*64

Description of the GPRS format data: 094409.00 : Time as of 9:44:09

A: GPS signal available, coordinate is valid. When it’s V, it means there’s no GPS signal and data invalid 3350.59391,S,15111.11126,E: Latitude and longitude

0.000: speed is 0km/hr

060110: Date as 6th of Jan, 2010


5.1. Login

5.2. Main interface

After logging in with your user name and password, you will see following web interface:

The first line shows the title of software, login time, change password and system configure option

The second line is the menu, which has 5 functions as:


5.3. Sub-functions

Under each function menu, there are several sub-functions as below:

Please note that the interface can vary with different account access levels

5.4. Change password and system configuration


5.5. Live Tracking

Click , choose , check the vehicle you need to track, then you will

see it on the map and info below the map


1. Vehicle icon

: Location is not precise, when there is no GPS signal, or poor signal

: Vehicle is running, precise location

Vehicle is at 0km/hr, ACC off or on, precise location

: Warning with alarm info as SOS, out /in geofence area, overspeeding etc.

2. Sort vehicles


3. Vehicle Info

Right click the vehicle icon on the map, a window as left shows up

Click Location

To get the device send current location immediately

Click Location

To enter text info and send to handset phone (Optional)

Click Camera

To get GPS take a photo of the inside vehicle and upload image.(Optional)

5.6. Playback history route

Click , choose , then check the vehicle you need to track, define the time and


History route shows on the map:


To speed up playback, static track points, i.e data with 0km/hr and non-precise location points are not uploaded from server as default setting

Max 24 hours’ past data can be played back each time.

History record can be exported to excel file by clicking

5.7. Geofence setting

To restrict vehicle running in a defined area, users can set up geofence area. Geofence area can be in rectangular or multi-vertex

Maximum 20 geofence areas can be set up

Set up Geofence area:

Click , then choose and click

A setup window comes up.

Name the georence area and choose the vehicle besides

Click ,then single click for each point to make a multi-vertex area as below, click


Check the status of set up

After 30 seconds, please refresh the webpage and get back to to check if the

setting has been successful

Setup Geofence alarm

Click , then choose and click

Check the vehicle and set the device when to send geofence alarm.

Alarm options:

A. To alarm when vehicle enters the geofence area

B. To alarm when vehicle exits the geofence area


Check the status of set up

After 30 seconds, please refresh the webpage and get back to to check if

the set up is successful

5.8. Device Parameters Setting


First users need to click

Then click

Next check the vehicle to set the parameters

Last select the and save

5.8.1. Listen in phone number setting

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In above example, when calls made to the tracker from the mobile number 29000000, user can monitor the voice around the tracker without being notified by people there

5.8.2. Speed limit setting

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In above example, when vehicle running over 80km/hr, it will send speeding alarm to the website and/or users’ designated mobilephone

5.8.3. Tracking interval setting

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5.8.4. Engine Control

This is to remotely immobilize vehicles. We suggest the function be used when vehicle is stationery or at very low speed. We shall not be liable for any abuse of the function.

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5.8.5. Cancel alarming

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5.8.6. Power saving setting


Note: The time here is in seconds. In above example, the tracker will automatically stop sending data to server after ACC is off for 10 seconds, as the GSM and GPS module will not work during the power saving period. When ACC is on again, the tracker will resume sending data.

5.8.7. Sleep mode setting

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This is to know when and how long vehicle is stationery, ie. Verhice engine is on, but speed is 0.

In above setting, when vehicle is at 0km/hr with ACC for 10 min, sleep mode begins and in 20 min, its time out. This vehicle status will show in the GPRS reatlme tracking data and reports available

Default setting Sleep start time: 5min Timeout: 25 min


5.8.8. Mileage setting

Users can choose to upload or not upload mileage to server, and clear previous mileage to restart mileage recording.

Default setting is to upload mileage and keep previous record.

5.8.9. Snapshot setting

Users can install multiple cameras in the vehicle (as different channels) and set the tracker to take and upload photos to the web when in emergency or vehicle status changes.

5.8.10. Other settings

Call restriction and setup driver access is applicable to optional handset phone.

5.9. SMS Alarm setting

Alarms are sent to website but they can be sent to your designated cellphone as well to be informed of critical status of vehicle even when not at computer


Check the vehicle ID, choose and input the cellphone number that will receive the

alarms and choose the SOS info to be sent to the cellphone.

Note: Please include country code before mobile number.

6. Reports


Below are some sample reports:

History records:

Detailed Parking report (Past one month)


Detailed vehicle Geofence report

Mileage report

Note: Empty load or full load is for taxi, which has an device that can detect empty or full load, and connected to GPS tracker as well.