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GPS Trackers Group Buy 5 Years, 3 Months ago Karma: 129
Ok guys i have been in discussions with a company about these GPS trackers

Due to the amount of cars getting robbed

This is one of the best anti-theft and vehicle protection systems available today.
easy to use and install gps/sms/gprs vehicle tracker, it can be installed on any car, truck or trailer.

It works on existing mobile phone network and GPS satellites, it can locate and monitor any remote vehicles with your mobile phone or computer.

It works all over the world.

You can set this device up to send you information via text message.

Functions:
- Call the tracker unit and it will send a text message back with its last known location.
- Monitor mode the user can dial up the tracker device to monitor the voice or noise in it's location.
- Geo-fence
- Movement alarm
- Overspeed alarm
- Remote engine cut off
- Set up arm by SMS
- Disarm by SMS or by remote control

Fitting:
The device is simple enough to fit as it just needs to be wired to a constant power source and to the oil pump so you can remotely shut off the engine. You don't have to wire it to the ECU.

The device

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Where the sim card goes

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The wiring

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13 orders or more €95

Free GPS Tracker to run a competition on the site + Free Shipping.

Ok guys we need a total of 13 orders in order to get the device for the €95.

Only put your name down if you are 100% interested as once your name is down you cannot back out as this will be unfair to other Mr2 members.

This offer is only open till 5/8/2012

Payment details will be updated shortly
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Does this work in the north?
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Re: GPS Trackers Group Buy 5 Years, 3 Months ago Karma: 129
Works all over the world yes
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Do you use a pay as you go sim or how does that work (monthly cost etc?)
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id defo love one of these but really dont know if i could
fit it witout makin a mess of it? and are there continues running cost's
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#45960
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That particular model can also be wired to the alarm to ring your phone when the alarm is set off
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#45961
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What is the draw on the battery ?
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#45967
Re: GPS Trackers Group Buy 5 Years, 3 Months ago Karma: 129
All your questions have been sent to the guy im dealing with so i should have the answers back for you in a day or two
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#45969
Re: GPS Trackers Group Buy 5 Years, 3 Months ago Karma: 106
It looks like a TK103...not sure if its the second revison (TK103-2)...they are a good tracker.

Spec sheet here (If its a TK103): ningmore.com/products/gps-tracker/2011_03_07_28.html
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#45972
Re: GPS Trackers Group Buy 5 Years, 3 Months ago Karma: 129
Here are you questions answered

Do you use a pay as you go sim or how does that work (monthly cost etc?)Quandry
You can use pay as you go or a bill pay sim card as.

When looking for a missing car all you need to do is call it once and it will send you a text message back with the link to google maps or just the GPS latitude and longitude details, this will be the standard price of a text message which for most mobile companies is free of charge if you are on a certain tarriff. This is the option I will always advise as it is the cheapest method, and after the initial set up and playing around with the device you will only need to know a position if its lost or has been robbed, so theoretically you may never use the full amount of credit for the entire time you have the device.

Alternatively you can use this device to track in real time using online software that I will send all the guys that purchase the device and it will track the position every 30 seconds, this would be more for companies that need this as it uses the mobile broadband system but would use less than 1GB of data each month.

id defo love one of these but really dont know if i could
fit it witout makin a mess of it?
greg 1973
The simplest thing to do here would be to wire it in to a connection that would have a constant supply of power coming in to it, I suppose something similar that your alarm systems power would be wired to. It would be wired the same way as most car chargers as it has a live and ground to run the system.

The only difficulty would be wiring it up to the oil pump which is optional to do this. I would suggest one of the lads that knows the wiring of the car well to do a tutorial, maybe thats who the winner of the competition could be. A good photographic or video tutorial on the installation of the device in an mr2

and are there continues running cost's?
The only continuing costs are outlined above, there is no anual subscription as the device is self monitored rather than going through a security company.


What is the draw on the battery ?Spidey
As far as I am aware the draw is 3.7v I will need to confirm this.

There is also a backup battery in the device (non removable) which can last up to 48hrs in the case of the car battery being taken out.


Hope this help
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#45973
Re: GPS Trackers Group Buy 5 Years, 3 Months ago Karma: 15
well im happy with that answer
just last thing if we dont get the full 13 the price goes up yes?
and are we still locked inn? also is it pay pal and when does
the money have too be paid by
sorry for all the questions
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#45974
Re: GPS Trackers Group Buy 5 Years, 3 Months ago Karma: 106
Peggyontherun wrote:



What is the draw on the battery ?Spidey
As far as I am aware the draw is 3.7v I will need to confirm this.

There is also a backup battery in the device (non removable) which can last up to 48hrs in the case of the car battery being taken out.


Hope this help


The draw is anywhere between 40-80ma...it would take over 20days of your car being left idle to drain it.

For charging the backup battery you'll need to wire a switched and permanent live
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Re: GPS Trackers Group Buy 5 Years, 3 Months ago Karma: 106
Peggyontherun wrote:



What is the draw on the battery ?Spidey
As far as I am aware the draw is 3.7v I will need to confirm this.

There is also a backup battery in the device (non removable) which can last up to 48hrs in the case of the car battery being taken out.


Hope this help


The draw is anywhere between 40-80ma...it would take over 20days of your car being left idle to drain it.

For charging the backup battery you'll need to wire a switched and permanent live
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#45978
Re: GPS Trackers Group Buy 5 Years, 3 Months ago Karma: 129
@ greg 1973 - yip we have to get minumim of 13 or the price goes up if you add your name to the list you are commit to buy you cant pull out this is to insure that other members dont lose out. The money side of things the chap im dealing with will be back with an answer on the payment method and and end date.
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Peggyontherun wrote:
@ greg 1973 - yip we have to get minumim of 13 or the price goes up if you add your name to the list you are commit to buy you cant pull out this is to insure that other members dont lose out. The money side of things the chap im dealing with will be back with an answer on the payment method and and end date.


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Peggyontherun wrote:
Here are you questions answered

Do you use a pay as you go sim or how does that work (monthly cost etc?)Quandry
You can use pay as you go or a bill pay sim card as.

When looking for a missing car all you need to do is call it once and it will send you a text message back with the link to google maps or just the GPS latitude and longitude details, this will be the standard price of a text message which for most mobile companies is free of charge if you are on a certain tarriff. This is the option I will always advise as it is the cheapest method, and after the initial set up and playing around with the device you will only need to know a position if its lost or has been robbed, so theoretically you may never use the full amount of credit for the entire time you have the device.

Alternatively you can use this device to track in real time using online software that I will send all the guys that purchase the device and it will track the position every 30 seconds, this would be more for companies that need this as it uses the mobile broadband system but would use less than 1GB of data each month.

id defo love one of these but really dont know if i could
fit it witout makin a mess of it?
greg 1973
The simplest thing to do here would be to wire it in to a connection that would have a constant supply of power coming in to it, I suppose something similar that your alarm systems power would be wired to. It would be wired the same way as most car chargers as it has a live and ground to run the system.

The only difficulty would be wiring it up to the oil pump which is optional to do this. I would suggest one of the lads that knows the wiring of the car well to do a tutorial, maybe thats who the winner of the competition could be. A good photographic or video tutorial on the installation of the device in an mr2

and are there continues running cost's?
The only continuing costs are outlined above, there is no anual subscription as the device is self monitored rather than going through a security company.


What is the draw on the battery ?Spidey
As far as I am aware the draw is 3.7v I will need to confirm this.

There is also a backup battery in the device (non removable) which can last up to 48hrs in the case of the car battery being taken out.


Hope this help


Thanks Peggy - would be interesting to know what the monthly cost is though? I presume if it's pay as you go you could run out of credit and then it would not text you?
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Re: GPS Trackers Group Buy 5 Years, 3 Months ago Karma: 133
The cost per month depends on the mobile network you choose. So with someone like Vodafone.ie it would be in the region of €0.012 a month. As far as I know, you are not tied into a contract with a service provider for the GPS tracker. The tracker device tells you and you tell the gardai where the vehicle is. That is my understanding of these devices, but I could be wrong.
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Payment through paypal :Dave@crime.ie
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I wonder if the insurance companys give discounts if a tracker is fitted. Has anybody inquired ?
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Marty J wrote:
I wonder if the insurance companys give discounts if a tracker is fitted. Has anybody inquired ?

Worth a shot..but when I was insuring my MR2 they asked me what security it had..I said no idea? (It has alarm / immob)...they said "I'll stick it down as none it doesn't affect the policy anyway"...so there you go

....I reckon they'd want a certified installation on the tracker tbh
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eringobragh wrote:
Marty J wrote:
I wonder if the insurance companys give discounts if a tracker is fitted. Has anybody inquired ?

Worth a shot..but when I was insuring my MR2 they asked me what security it had..I said no idea? (It has alarm / immob)...they said "I'll stick it down as none it doesn't affect the policy anyway"...so there you go

....I reckon they'd want a certified installation on the tracker tbh


If you are friendly with a mechanic I'm sure they could help you out with a signature .
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