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OBD II GPS Vehicle Tracker

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OBD II GPS Vehicle Tracker

OBD II GPS Vehicle Tracker

OBD II GPS Vehicle Tracker is a high-end GPS car tracker with international standard OBD II plug, which is specifically designed for the private and commercial vehicles. It’s easy to install, built-in backup battery, supports cut-off power alarm, acc detection, tracking location and upload fault diagnosis information and car condition in real time, widely applied to private cars and other motor vehicles with OBDII plug.
The following are parts of the type of the vehicles:
1. American gasoline vehicles sold after 1996; Chinese vehicles sold after 2003.
2. European vehicles sold in 2001 and produced in 2000; Diesel vehicle sold in 2004 and produced in 2003.

GPS + AGPS + LBS tracking
Multi-positioning function helps the drivers get a faster and more accurate location. When the device cannot receive the GPS signals, the GSM signals will switch to the LBS models to ensure that people can find their car at any time.

OBD II Remote Diagnosis
OBD II GPS Vehicle Tracker support remote diagnose the car’s condition, such as fuel consumption, water temperature, battery and voltage via OBD remote diagnosis system in real-time. Not only it helps you to know your car’s condition in real-time, but also it helps to optimize your driving habits.

Built-in Acceleration Sensor
With built-in acceleration sensor, OBD II GPS Vehicle Tracker can remote protect your car to be stolen. If someone moves your car without your consent, your phone will receive an alarm message and there is also an alarm notification in the tracking platform.

Widely Working Voltage
The working voltage range of GT230 is 9 – 36VDC, widely applied to the 12V/24V vehicle series.

Built-in monitoring CPU
Built-in monitoring CPU plays the watch dog function to reboot the device automatically after breakdown.

Installation: Once the OBD II connector has been located, all that is required is to plug the OBD II – GPS into the connector. Once you turn the ignition of the vehicle on, the small lights on the unit will blink.  During your first installation, you will need to give the OBD II – GPS unit a minimum of 15 minutes fully initialize

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OBD II GPS Vehicle Tracker

What is an OBD-II?

OBD-II is a complete board, or a set which enables engine control and greatly motors parts of the chassis, the body, and other accessories, including a diagnostic control network of all cars. It is a new standard in which, is needed to meet the primarily needs of the EPA emission standards in its initial beginning of introduction. However, most cars now have OBD-II installed into their system.

Where is an OBD-II in my car? Locate your OBD-II

Most cars in the current market own an OBD-II as it is highly required to meet the EPA emission standards, worldwide. However, if you do not know exactly where and how an OBD-II is to be found, simply look for an OBD-II connector or a note on a sticker or the nameplate of the vehicle, just under the hood. Often labeled as ‘OBD Compliant’, you can easily know whether your car has an OBD-II. Behind the ashtrays or under the dashboard, below the steering wheel but just a little above the gas and brake pedals, the connector is exactly located with 16 pins including: J1850 Bus+, the Chassis ground, Signal ground, CAN High, ISO 9141-2 K Line, J1850 Bus , CAN Low, ISO 9141-2 L Line, and Battery Power. From the perspective of an ashtray, the connector itself should be located 3 feet away from the driver without the need of tools for it to be disassembled.


With the OBD-II GPS tracker, users can simply track, position, and monitor the vehicle via GPRS, GPS, and an internet connection. The main feature aids users in managing the vehicle’s security, doubling the bars of efficiency during rides, reduce high costs, and maintain the highest security in long drives. Often installed for business means and introduced worldwide for security and traffic purposes, the OBD-II GPS is indeed the latest technology for convenience, safety, and efficiency.

What the OBD-II GPS Does

The OBD-II GPS often support general quad bands ranging from 850 MHz to 1900 MHz and enables single positioning via the GPRS setting. It also shows and displays 19-in-One accurate status of the vehicle: fuel usage, coolant temperature, engine RPM, speed, Odo, and so much more (some can be set for notifications) and comes in a plug-and-use design which enhances the performance of GPS tracking. Other features that enhances vehicle tracking performance include the malfunction alert and notifications for highest, assured safety for drivers, alerts (event alert, speed alert, temperature alert, pedal alert, odo alert) to control the vehicle and monitor Geofencing.


With the OBD II GPS Vehicle Tracker device installed safely in your vehicles, (just insert or install the device under the dashboard, below the steering wheel but just a little above the gas and brake pedals) users can manage their fleets efficiently, reduce excessive costs, and be highly assured of physical safety at all times.

Dimension: 64.5×50×27mm

Weight: 60g

Network: GSM/GPRS
Band: 850/900/1800/1900Mhz

GPS Sensitivity: -165dBm

GPS Accuracy: 5m
GPS Start Time
Cold status: 30s

Warm status: 11s

Hot status: 1s

Backup Battery: Chargeable changeable 3.7V 200mAh Polymer Li-Battery

Storage Temp.: -40C° to +85C°

Operation Temp.: -20C° to +70C°

Humidity: 5%–95% non-condensing


The technical specification and features can be changed without any prior notice.

The features described above may not be available in all version or may not be compatible with all vehicles.