Portman GT3101 integrates GPS tracking functions and basic car alarm control functions into one unit. You can monitor the vehicle location and control the car alarm remotely. In addition, the unit will send event report if any triggers occur. It has built-in 7 outputs and 2 inputs to perform essential alarm and tracking functions.
Portman GT3101 is supplied to the customer in a cardboard box containing all the equipment that is necessary for operation.
The standard package contains:
- Main unit
- Operation manual
- Wire harness
- Build-in tiled sensor
- PC-setup Cable
- Built-in 300mA lithium-ion battery
Location and tracking
Portman GT3101 is embedded with GPS, it doesn’t support GLONASS or alternative systems.
Device supports either continuous or interval tracking mode.
Portman GT3101 has a Quad-band GSM 2G that allows to operate it all over the world.
GT3101 features a rechargeable 300 mAh battery. When fully charged it ensures about 3-5 hours of device operation (in normal conditions).
Local and remote management
GT3101 can be fully controlled over GPRS. There is also a wide list of SMS commands in a human-friendly format, on which device always replies back. It supports remote APN settings configuration by SMS.
Portman GT3101 has three LED indicating:
- GSM/GPRS signal
- GPS signal reception
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|Weight||50 g (1.76 oz.)|
|Size||90x52x15 mm (3.54x2.05x0.59 in)|
|Internal antenna (GNSS)||Yes|
|Cellular network type||GSM Quad Band|
|Internal antenna (Connection)||Yes|
|Cellular network generation||2G|
|Number of outputs||7|
|Number of inputs (all types)||2|
|Battery capacity||300 mAh|
|Fuel level sensor reading||Yes|
|Driver ID reading||Yes|
|Tracking modes||Interval, Continuous|
|Network signal level||Yes|
|GNSS signal level||Yes|
|External power source voltage||Yes|
|CAN/OBDII reader type||External|
|Server connection setup over SMS||Yes|
|Remote device configuration||Yes (over GPRS)|
|Remote outputs control||Yes (over GPRS)|
|Forced GNSS location update over SMS||Yes|