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Queclink GPS trackers often set the standards of quality for other manufacturers, that's why its product line is highly esteemed worldwide. All Queclink models are appreciated for hardware quality and stable firmware with lots of configuration parameters.

Headquartered in Shanghai, Queclink has assembly lines in China, that meet the highest standards of quality assurance. For closer support of the regional markets, the company has subsidiaries, particularly, in Mexico and Shenzhen.

Official website: http://queclink.com/

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Queclink GL200

Queclink GL200 is a portable GPS locator designed especially for individual workers or vehicles. High-sensitive GPS receiver will work for a long time from the moment of the First usage.

It has GPRSGSM subsystem that works in a wide frequency band from 850 to 1900 MHz and can be remotely controlled via GPRS channel. As an addition it has a built-in three-axis accelerometer, temperature sensor and inside battery indicator.

This lightweight device is also designed for travelers who can place it in their luggage and always know the location of the belongings.

Location technologies

GL200 supports Assisted GPS and GLONASS, as well as GSM cell-ID based positioning.

Device supports continuous and interval tracking modes. Together with sleeping mode they can be configured in the most flexible ways.

Emergency button

On the left side panel you can see the "Function" button. It's small-size and easy to find, nevertheless you'll hardly push it occasionally. Long-press on it activates SOS signal.

Battery life

Queclink GL200 tracker is remarkable for its battery life. According to our field tests it runs in continuous mode at least 10 hours (in normal conditions with active moving), while in interval tracking mode it can report about its position for up to one week.

The Li-pol rechargeable battery has capacity of 1300 mAh. The battery can't be removed, what makes sense for anti-sabotage in the employees tracking applications. To charge the battery you can use included AC/DC adaptor (or any other similar adaptor with standard micro-USB plug), while car adapter is optional.

Mobile networks

Queclink GL200 works in GSM Quad-band mobile networks.

Local and remote management

GL200 tracker is fully controlled over GPRS. There is also a wide list of SMS commands in a human-friendly format, on which device always replies back.

You can also configure it from a PC, but you will require a special serial cable, which is not always included into a standard package (depends on the local vendor). The software is designed for professional users and has average usability.

The Pin 7 on Mini-USB connector is for ignition detection when GL200 is used in vehicle tracking application.

 LED Indication

Queclink GL200 has three LEDs that allow to monitor its state:

  • GSM LED
  • GPS LED
  • Power LED

Accessories

The manufacturer offers original accessories, that can work with the device:

  • GL200 Sheath
  • Car cigarette charger
  • Car kit charger
  • External battery kit
  • Data cable
  • External cable
  • External GPS Active antenna
  • Holders (with / without magnets)

Queclink GL300

Queclink GL300 is a compact and durable GPS tracker which can be used for variety purposes, but mainly as a personal locator, for cargo tracking and car tracking when it is put inside the cabin. Waterproof casing and optional large battery kit extends the range of possible applications even further.

Location technologies

GL300 supports Assisted GPS and GLONASS, as well as GSM cell-ID based positioning. Thanks to modern chip from u-blox it acquires the position quite fast and accurate even in urban conditions. For A-GPS needs the following addresses in the Internet must be accessible from the device: agps.u-blox.com:46434 and http://alp.u-blox.com/current_ld.alp

Device supports continuous and interval tracking modes. Together with sleeping mode they can be configured in the most flexible ways.

Emergency button

In the middle of the front panel you can see the emergency button. It's thumb-size and easy to find without looking into it, nevertheless you'll hardly push it occasionally. To confirm the SOS signal is sent the GPS tracker vibrates when the button pressed.

Battery life

Queclink GL300 tracker is remarkable for its battery life. According to our field tests it runs in continuous mode at least 14 hours (in normal conditions with active moving), while in interval tracking mode it can report about its position for up to one week.

The Li-pol rechargeable battery has capacity of 1300 mAh. The battery can't be removed, what makes sense for anti-sabotage in the employees tracking applications. To charge the battery you can use included AC/DC adaptor (or any other similar adaptor with standard micro-USB plug), while car adapter is optional.

But it's not only about the battery capacity that puts GL300 among the trackers with the longest working time. This device is embedded with 3-axes accelerometer which is used for switching device to sleep mode (and harsh driving behavior detection). Together with smart firmware algorithm and flexible tracking mode settings it works just as you expect. The status of the device user can control with LEDs on the front panel.

Mobile networks

Like its predecessor GL200 it works in GSM Quad-band mobile networks. Similar model GV300VC is designed for CDMA standard widely used in the North America.

Local and remote management

GL300 tracker is fully controlled over GPRS. There is also a wide list of SMS commands in a human-friendly format, on which device always replies back.

You can also configure it from a PC, but you will require a special serial cable, which is not always included into a standard package (depends on the local vendor). The software is designed for professional users and has average usability.

Accessories

There are a number of original accessories available, while the most popular probably are:

  • Serial cable for device programming
  • Sheath made of textile
  • Large battery kit with waterproof casing
  • Plastic box with strong magnet mounting
  • Car power adaptor (cigarette lighter plug)

What Queclink GL300 can't do

Unlike many personal GPS trackers GL300 doesn't have MIC or voice communication features. Some people consider this as a disadvantage, others believe it is necessary for real water resistance design. Besides, in many countries remote listening is still an outlaw.

While GL200 had the additional interface connection and could be used to control, for example ACC/Ignition status of a car, there is nothing like in GL300. The manufacturer decided to position new device as a pure portable device.

Queclink GL300VC

The durable GL300VC model is well designed GNSS locator with a wide range of different options. It supports GPS and GLONASS and that fact makes this device absolutely universal for all the customers.

It has GPRS/GSM subsystem that works in a wide frequency band from 850 to 1900 MHz and can be remotely controlled via GPRS channel. As an addition it has a built-in three-axis accelerometer, temperature sensor, inside battery indicator and SOS button.

Location technologies

GL300VC supports Assisted GPS and GLONASS, as well as GSM cell-ID based positioning. Thanks to modern chip from u-blox it acquires the position quite fast and accurate even in urban conditions. For A-GPS needs the following addresses in the Internet must be accessible from the device: agps.u-blox.com:46434 and http://alp.u-blox.com/current_ld.alp

Device supports continuous and interval tracking modes. Together with sleeping mode they can be configured in the most flexible ways.

Emergency button

In the middle of the front panel you can see the emergency button. It's thumb-size and easy to find without looking into it, nevertheless you'll hardly push it occasionally. To confirm the SOS signal is sent the GPS tracker vibrates when the button pressed.

Battery life

Queclink GL300VC tracker is remarkable for its battery life. According to our field tests it runs in continuous mode at least 14 hours (in normal conditions with active moving), while in interval tracking mode it can report about its position for up to one week.

The Li-pol rechargeable battery has capacity of 1300 mAh. The battery can't be removed, what makes sense for anti-sabotage in the employees tracking applications. To charge the battery you can use included AC/DC adaptor (or any other similar adaptor with standard micro-USB plug), while car adapter is optional.

But it's not only about the battery capacity that puts Queclink GL300VC among the trackers with the longest working time. This device is embedded with 3-axes accelerometer which is used for switching device to sleep mode (and harsh driving behavior detection). Together with smart firmware algorithm and flexible tracking mode settings it works just as you expect. The status of the device user can control with LEDs on the front panel.

Mobile networks

Queclink GV300VC is designed for CDMA standard widely used in the North America.

Local and remote management

GL300VC tracker is fully controlled over GPRS. There is also a wide list of SMS commands in a human-friendly format, on which device always replies back.

You can also configure it from a PC, but you will require a special serial cable, which is not always included into a standard package (depends on the local vendor). The software is designed for professional users and has average usability.

Queclink GL300W

The water resistant GL300W is a powerful GPS locator designed for lone worker, vehicle, pet and asset tracking applications. The thumb sized button makes this device ideal for applications requiring rapid notification of emergency alert or regular setting of geo-fences based on current location. Its built-in GPS receiver has superior sensitivity and fast time to first fix. Its WCDMA allows the GL300W's location to be monitored in real time or periodically tracked by a backend server and mobile devices. Its built-in 3-axis accelerometer allows motion detection and extends battery life through sophisticated power management algorithms. System integration is straightforward as complete documentation is provided for the full featured @Track protocol. The @Track protocol supports a wide variety of reports including emergency, geo-fence boundary crossings, low battery and scheduled GPS position.

Location technologies

GL300W supports Assisted GPS, as well as GSM cell-ID based positioning. Thanks to modern chip from u-blox it acquires the position quite fast and accurate even in urban conditions. For A-GPS needs the following addresses in the Internet must be accessible from the device: agps.u-blox.com:46434 and http://alp.u-blox.com/current_ld.alp

Device supports continuous and interval tracking modes. Together with sleeping mode they can be configured in the most flexible ways.

Emergency button

In the middle of the front panel you can see the emergency button. It's thumb-size and easy to find without looking into it, nevertheless you'll hardly push it occasionally. To confirm the SOS signal is sent the GPS tracker vibrates when the button pressed.

Battery life

Queclink GL300W tracker is remarkable for its battery life. According to our field tests it runs in continuous mode at least 14 hours (in normal conditions with active moving), while in interval tracking mode it can report about its position for up to one week.

The Li-pol rechargeable battery has capacity of 1700 mAh. The battery can't be removed, what makes sense for anti-sabotage in the employees tracking applications. To charge the battery you can use included AC/DC adaptor (or any other similar adaptor with standard micro-USB plug), while car adapter is optional.

But it's not only about the battery capacity that puts GL300W among the trackers with the longest working time. This device is embedded with 3-axes accelerometer which is used for switching device to sleep mode (and harsh driving behavior detection). Together with smart firmware algorithm and flexible tracking mode settings it works just as you expect. The status of the device user can control with LEDs on the front panel.

Mobile networks

Unlike model GL300, GL300W introduces an added support for 3G network. Similar model GV300VC is designed for CDMA standard widely used in the North America.

Local and remote management

GL300W tracker is fully controlled over GPRS. There is also a wide list of SMS commands in a human-friendly format, on which device always replies back.

You can also configure it from a PC, but you will require a special serial cable, which is not always included into a standard package (depends on the local vendor). The software is designed for professional users and has average usability.

Accessories

There are a number of original accessories available, while the most popular probably are:

  • Serial cable for device programming
  • Sheath made of textile
  • Large battery kit with waterproof casing
  • Plastic box with strong magnet mounting
  • Car power adaptor (cigarette lighter plug)

What Queclink GL300W can't do

Unlike many personal GPS trackers GL300W doesn't have MIC or voice communication features. Some people consider this as a disadvantage, others believe it is necessary for real water resistance design. Besides, in many countries remote listening is still an outlaw.

While GL200 had the additional interface connection and could be used to control, for example ACC/Ignition status of a car, there is nothing like in GL300W. The manufacturer decided to position new device as a pure portable device.

Queclink GL500

Queclink GL500 is a very usefull model with a wide range of options. The intuitive configuration allows to preset the device in sleep or wake-up mode when it would be necessary from customer's mobile phone. After sending the information about current location the tracker can go to a dormant status automatically.

Queclink GL500 is very simple to control by the customer via GPRS and SMS commands, but requires a professional assistance before the first usage.

Queclink GMT100

GMT100 is a GPS tracker that was specially designed for motorcycles, scooters, snowmobiles, motor boats and similar vehicles. It has has strong protection from the water, as well as sophisticated power management algorithms to prevent vehicle's battery drain.

Another quite essential thing to mention is built-in relay that can block the engine to prevent vehicle staling. This internal relay eases installation as you don't need to add an extra wires, which is rare suitable for scooters and sportbikes.

Location technologies

There is one of the latest u-blox GNSS chip inside Queclink GMT100. It's pretty sensitive and no doubts that external GPS antenna is not required indeed (which is very helpful for simple and hidden installation on motorcycle or boat). It also supports Assisted GPS technology which provides short TTFF. Thanks to the flexible settings available for tracking the tracks look accurate.

The GSM Cell id based location method can be used as a back up – to provide approximate location when no GPS signals are available (e.g. in the multi-level parking facilities). But this feature is also should be supported on the tracking software platform's side.

Anti-theft features

Thanks to the built-in relay the engine blocking feature can be added in minutes and even does not require very professional skills. After that you'll be able to control it remotely over GPRS (if you tracking software supports this) or SMS.

Device detects towing, jamming and, potentially, external alarm system triggering with a descrete input. To increase security you can connect a siren to the one of its outputs.

The accelerometer in GMT100 is used not only for towing detection, but also for driving quality monitoring. You can set the tresholds for what you want to consider as harsh driving (braking, accelerating and cornering) and the device will generate correspondent reports to GPS tracking software.

Sophisticated power management

Since the capacity of batteries on scooters and motorcycles is much less than in cars, the way how the energy is used by a GPS tracker is a sensitive issue. With GMT100 you don't have to choose between battery usage and security. To preserve the battery of vehicle when it is not used, GMT100 offers smart power management algorythms. They are based on 3-axis accelerotmeter and three options for internal battery charge, which are configurable by user. When ignition is off, there are several scenarios how the internal battery is charged:

  1. Normal – the external power supply will charge the internal backup battery on need and power for unit.
  2. Powersaving – The external power supply will only charge the internal backup battery when ignition on is detected. The charge process is stopped when ignition off. During charging, the external power supply will power the unit, otherwise the internal backup battery will supply power for unit.
  3. Advanced – the external power supply will charge the internal backup battery when ignition on is detected or when the internal backup battery capacity is less than 30% if ignition is off. During charging, the external power supply will power the unit, otherwise the internal backup battery will supply power for unit.

What are the weak sides of Queclink GMT100?

Generally GMT100 is quite unique and good for its purposes. If we are not speaking about its price, some of its features can become disadvantages, though it depends on the application. For example, the large capacity of the internal battery and built-in relay mean bigger size of the GPS tracker, so you probably might to look at its fellow brother GMT200 instead.

GM100 has one analog input which potentially can be used for fuel level or temperature measurment. However, the absense of digital interfaces will limit you in accuracy.

Queclink GMT200

The GMT200 is a water resistant GPS tracker designed for applications requiring low current drain such as motorcycles and boats. Its built-in GPS receiver has superior sensitivity and fast time to first fix.

Location technologies

There is one of the latest u-blox GNSS chip inside Queclink GMT200. It's pretty sensitive and no doubts that external GPS antenna is not required indeed (which is very helpful for simple and hidden installation on motorcycle or boat). It also supports Assisted GPS technology which provides short TTFF. Thanks to the flexible settings available for tracking the tracks look accurate.

The GSM Cell id based location method can be used as a back up – to provide approximate location when no GPS signals are available (e.g. in the multi-level parking facilities). But this feature is also should be supported on the tracking software platform's side.

Interfaces

There are 5 wires on GMT200 user cable which contains the connection for power, ignition input, digital input, digital output, etc.

Advantages

  • Micro-sized device allowing easier and more covert installation
  • Wide operating voltage 8V to 32V DC
  • Low power consumption, long standby time with internal battery
  • Embedded full featured @Track protocol
  • Multiple I/O interfaces for monitoring and control
  • Internal 3-axis accelerometer for power conservation and motion detection
  • Power consumption can be fully configured
  • Three working power modes
  • Water resistant, IPX6 compliant
  • CE certified

  

Queclink GT300

Queclink GT300 is a powerful A-GPS Locator with mini size, light weight, superior sensitive receiving ability and fast TTFF which works on GSM frequencies 850/900/1800/1900. GT300 is designed for many applications such as human body or vehicle security, the specific target to be tracked, emergency call, the management for specific purpose and target.

Queclink GT300 has 4 preset number and a SOS number, user can set the 4 number keys and SOS key though software. By using GT300, user can not only realize SOS alarm, real-time location query and voice call functions but also get the device’s history track though visiting website.

Applications

Queclink GT300 can be used for:

  • Outdoor safety for elderly people
  • Lone worker protection (Man Down function)
  • Child protection
  • Asset security

Package contents

  • GT300 Locator
  • 850mAh Li-ion battery
  • AC power adapter
  • USB earphone

Key Features

The key features of the Queclink GT300 device are:

  • GPS Sensitivity -158dBm, 50-channels
  • Built-in 3D motion sensor
  • Four keys for a function execution
  • Quad-band GSM connectivity
  • Battery 850mAh (Li-ion)
  • Dimensions 87x44x17,5
  • Weight 75g

Power supply

Queclink GT300 features 850mAh Li-ion battery.

Battery Charging

  • Please connect AC power adapter with GT300 for battery charging.
  • Insert the AC power adapter into the power.
  • During charging, the battery capacity indicator in icon area will flash periodically; when charging at power-off status, charging indicator on the screen means GT300 is charging now.
  • When the capacity indicator in icon area is full and doesn't flash any more, the charging process is complete. If your phone is charged in power off status, charging complete screen will also display.
  • You can also charge the battery by USB cable which connects GT300 with the PC.
  • Charging process usually takes about 3 hours.

Note: Before your first time using the GT300, please full charge the battery.

Queclink GV200

GV200 is a solid GPS tracker that is the most suitable for the transport companies, because it has a lot of different options to track and control the vehicles.

High-sensitive GPS receiver supports GPS and GLONASS systems and can track the vehicle permanently or periodically by a mobile equipment. GV200 has a range of intupoutput interfaces for external devices and GPS or GSM antenna.

The customer can get location, emergency, low battery reports from that devise.

Package contents

Package contents include:

  • Queclink GV200 device
  • User cable
  • GSM antenna
  • GPS antenna

Location and tracking

Queclink GV200 model is embedded with GPS and it also supports GLONASS technology. As the back-up, when no satellites signals are available, it uses Cell ID location (also known as LBS-tracking).

Mobile networks

Queclink GV200 uses a Quad-band GSM 2G module that allows to operate it all over the world.

Power supply

GV200 has PIN 24 is named as VIN which input voltage range is 8V to 32V DC and can be connected to vehicle’s battery directly (12V or 24V DC).

Local and remote management

Queclink GV200 tracker can be fully controlled over GPRS, including configuration of tracking modes and controlling outputs. 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.

Interfaces

There is a 24 PIN connector on GV200. It contains the interface of power, I/O, RS232, microphone, speaker, etc.

The device has 3 analog inputs, 4 digital inputs.

LED Indication

Queclink GV200 has three LEDs:

  • GPS LED
  • GSM LED
  • Power LED

Accessories

The manufacturer offers original accessories:

  • 12V DC power supply
  • USB-232 data cable
  • Uart cable
  • Extend cable

Queclink GV300

Queclink GV300 is a compact device designed for concealed installation in the vehicle. There are both internal and external GPS antennas: in other words, external antenna is optional. The device is embedded with rechargeable backup battery. Three LED indicators help during the installation and diagnostic. Queclink GV300 is not waterproof.

GPS tracking accuracy

Thanks to GNSS chip from ublox and functional firmware Queclink GV300 supports: multi-system navigation (GPS and GLONASS), Assisted GPS (A-GPS) technology and Cell ID based location. The overall sensitivity is good enough (if necessary you can connect an external GPS antenna). Together with adjustable tracking modes all of these guarantee reliable and accurate GPS tracking.

I/O and interfaces

There are number of inputs in GV300, including analog ones, which allow to connect multiple vehicle sensors of various types. To control external equipment a couple of outputs is used. One serial interface (type RS232) lets connect, on user's choice, digital fuel level sensor, camera, PND (Garmin protocol is supported) or external CAN reader.

Pros

As a GPS tracker manufacturer Queclink is well known for its functional devices with comprehensive firmware, and GV300 is not the exception. The firmware allows to configure a lot of options (including remote control over GPRS), detect a wide range of events, read data from CAN bus and digital fuel level sensors, use Garmin-compatible PND, monitor driving behaviour. The firmware of Queclink GV300 can be updated OTA (Over-the-Air).

  • Adjustable working modes: tracking, sleeping
  • Self-monitoring: GPS/GSM/Battery levels
  • RS232 for digital devices: fuel level sensor, CAN bus reader, camera, Garmin-compativle PND
  • Wide range of detectable events (including tow, jamming)
  • Driver behaviour monitoring based on accelerometer, speed and ignition
  • Rechargeable backup battery
  • Over-the-Air firmware update

Cons

  • There is only one RS232 serial interface, which can be a limitation if you want to connect multiple digital devices, i.e. two fuel sensors or fuel sensor and camera. For these cases RS485 interface would be better, but there is no such an interface.
  • The absence of 1-wire interface makes it more difficult to control the temperature and identify drivers, though external RFID reader can be still connected to RS232 interface
  • Not waterproof. If you require IP-rated water resistance, check Queclink GMT100 or Queclink GMT200 models instead

Queclink GV300N

Queclink GV300N is the same Queclink GV300 model, but it has a newer firmware, and it is a compact device designed for concealed installation in the vehicle. There are both internal and external GPS antennas: in other words, external antenna is optional. The device is embedded with rechargeable backup battery. Three LED indicators help during the installation and diagnostic. Queclink GV300N is not waterproof.

GPS tracking accuracy

Thanks to GNSS chip from ublox and functional firmware Queclink GV300N supports: multi-system navigation (GPS and GLONASS), Assisted GPS (A-GPS) technology and Cell ID based location. The overall sensitivity is good enough (if necessary you can connect an external GPS antenna). Together with adjustable tracking modes all of these guarantee reliable and accurate GPS tracking.

I/O and interfaces

There is a number of inputs in GV300N, including analog ones, which allow to connect multiple vehicle sensors of various types. To control external equipment a couple of outputs is used. One serial interface (type RS232) lets connect, on user's choice, digital fuel level sensor, camera, PND (Garmin protocol is supported) or external CAN reader.

Pros

As a GPS tracker manufacturer Queclink is well known for its functional devices with comprehensive firmware, and GV300N is not the exception. The firmware allows to configure a lot of options (including remote control over GPRS), detect a wide range of events, read data from CAN bus and digital fuel level sensors, use Garmin-compatible PND, monitor driving behaviour. The firmware of Queclink GV300N can be updated OTA (Over-the-Air).

  • Adjustable working modes: tracking, sleeping
  • Self-monitoring: GPS/GSM/Battery levels
  • RS232 for digital devices: fuel level sensor, CAN bus reader, camera, Garmin-compativle PND
  • Wide range of detectable events (including tow, jamming)
  • Driver behaviour monitoring based on accelerometer, speed and ignition
  • Rechargeable backup battery
  • Over-the-Air firmware update

Cons

  • There is only one RS232 serial interface, which can be a limitation if you want to connect multiple digital devices, i.e. two fuel sensors or fuel sensor and camera. For these cases RS485 interface would be better, but there is no such an interface.
  • The absence of 1-wire interface makes it more difficult to control the temperature and identify drivers, though external RFID reader can be still connected to RS232 interface
  • Not waterproof. If you require IP-rated water resistance, check Queclink GMT100 or Queclink GMT200 models instead

Queclink GV500

Location and tracking

GV500 comes with modern GNSS chip from u-blox, which has high sensitivity and receives signals of GPS, GLONASS and other systems. Besides it supports Assisted GPS (A-GPS) technology for faster location acquiring. To provide even better sensitivity the device is embedded with two GPS antennas (for manufacture dates starting from December 2015). The second antenna serves as a backup in case the main antenna does not perform well in some specific situations (OBDII trackers are often placed under the wheel's column where GPS signals are weaker). All of these give a positive impact on the quality of tracking.

As for the tracking modes, they are fully adjustable: by time and distance intervals, direction change. The device has power saving modes and well detects the movement status according to the Ignition stat (PIN #1) and smart proprietary algorithm based on internal G-Sensor.

OBDII diagnostic data

Queclink GV500 reads a lot of data from an vehicle's diagnostic system. The tracker supports many standards (J1850 PWM, J1850 VPW, ISO 9141-2, ISO 14230, ISO 15765, J1939, CAN_USER1, CAN_USER2 and VW TP2.0) and on this criterion is considered one of the best OBDII devices. With Gv500 you can retrieve the following information:

  • Fuel level
  • Fuel consumption
  • Dashboard speed
  • Coolant temperature
  • Throttle position
  • Engine load
  • VIN – Vehicle Identification Number
  • and other

It also provides information about MIL (Malfunction Indicator Lamp – Check Engine) and DTC error codes.

Supported car models

Events detection

The number of detected events far exceeds the typical amount for OBDII trackers. GV500 hardware and firmware process such events as Tow, Harsh driving (braking, cornering, acceleration), Long idling (with engine working), Detach from OBDII socket, Low external power voltage, Low backup battery, Signal jamming and others.

Power supply

Advanced power management helps to provide lower power consumption and that device can work for many hours even in active mode.

Accessories

For specific installations an OBDII extension cable can be offered.

Queclink GV500N

GV500N is considered as an advanced model than original GV500 because it has a newer firmware.

This device can read a diagnostic data from an onboard PC of the most vehicle models. On this criterion that GPS tracker is considered the best OBDII devices whole. This tracker supports the J1850 PWM, J1850 VPW, ISO 9141-2, ISO 14230, ISO 15765, J1939, CAN_USER1, CAN_USER2 and VW TP2.0 standards.

Also, it has the support of Assisted GPS that have a positive impact on the quality of tracking. It is most important for OBDII devices that are connected under the steering column where GPS signal is weaker.

It can work in a wide operating voltage range from 8V to 32V DC.

Location and tracking

GV500N comes with modern GNSS chip from u-blox, which has high sensitivity and receives signals of GPS, GLONASS and other systems. Besides it supports Assisted GPS (A-GPS) technology for faster location acquiring. To provide even better sensitivity the device is embedded with two GPS antennas (for manufacture dates starting from December 2015). The second antenna serves as a backup in case the main antenna does not perform well in some specific situations (OBDII trackers are often placed under the wheel's column where GPS signals are weaker). All of these give a positive impact on the quality of tracking.

As for the tracking modes, they are fully adjustable: by time and distance intervals, direction change. The device has power saving modes and well detects the movement status according to the Ignition stat (PIN #1) and smart proprietary algorithm based on internal G-Sensor.

OBDII diagnostic data

Queclink GV500N reads a lot of data from an vehicle's diagnostic system. The tracker supports many standards (J1850 PWM, J1850 VPW, ISO 9141-2, ISO 14230, ISO 15765, J1939, CAN_USER1, CAN_USER2 and VW TP2.0) and on this criterion is considered one of the best OBDII devices. With GV500N you can retrieve the following information:

  • Fuel level
  • Fuel consumption
  • Dashboard speed
  • Coolant temperature
  • Throttle position
  • Engine load
  • VIN – Vehicle Identification Number
  • and other

It also provides information about MIL (Malfunction Indicator Lamp – Check Engine) and DTC error codes.

Events detection

The number of detected events far exceeds the typical amount for OBDII trackers. GV500N hardware and firmware process such events as Tow, Harsh driving (braking, cornering, acceleration), Long idling (with engine working), Detach from OBDII socket, Low external power voltage, Low backup battery, Signal jamming and others.

Power supply

Advanced power management helps to provide lower power consumption and that device can work for many hours even in active mode.

Accessories

For specific installations an OBDII extension cable can be offered.

Queclink GV500W

GV500W is considered as a more advanced model than original GV500 because it supports GSM/GPRS/EDGE and UMTS/HSDPA (3G) subsystems.

This device can read a diagnostic data from an onboard PC of the most vehicle models. On this criterion that GPS tracker is considered the best OBDII devices whole. This tracker supports the J1850 PWM, J1850 VPW, ISO 9141-2, ISO 14230, ISO 15765, J1939, CAN_USER1, CAN_USER2 and VW TP2.0 standards.

Also, it has the support of Assisted GPS that have a positive impact on the quality of tracking. It is most important for OBDII devices that are connected under the steering column where GPS signal is weaker.

It can work in a wide operating voltage range from 8V to 32V DC.

Location and tracking

GV500W comes with modern GNSS chip from u-blox, which has high sensitivity and receives signals of GPS, GLONASS and other systems. Besides it supports Assisted GPS (A-GPS) technology for faster location acquiring. To provide even better sensitivity the device is embedded with two GPS antennas (for manufacture dates starting from December 2015). The second antenna serves as a backup in case the main antenna does not perform well in some specific situations (OBDII trackers are often placed under the wheel's column where GPS signals are weaker). All of these give a positive impact on the quality of tracking.

As for the tracking modes, they are fully adjustable: by time and distance intervals, direction change. The device has power saving modes and well detects the movement status according to the Ignition stat (PIN #1) and smart proprietary algorithm based on internal G-Sensor.

OBDII diagnostic data

Queclink GV500W reads a lot of data from an vehicle's diagnostic system. The tracker supports many standards (J1850 PWM, J1850 VPW, ISO 9141-2, ISO 14230, ISO 15765, J1939, CAN_USER1, CAN_USER2 and VW TP2.0) and on this criterion is considered one of the best OBDII devices. With GV500W you can retrieve the following information:

  • Fuel level
  • Fuel consumption
  • Dashboard speed
  • Coolant temperature
  • Throttle position
  • Engine load
  • VIN – Vehicle Identification Number
  • and other

It also provides information about MIL (Malfunction Indicator Lamp – Check Engine) and DTC error codes.

Events detection

The number of detected events far exceeds the typical amount for OBDII trackers. GV500W hardware and firmware process such events as Tow, Harsh driving (braking, cornering, acceleration), Long idling (with engine working), Detach from OBDII socket, Low external power voltage, Low backup battery, Signal jamming and others.

Power supply

Advanced power management helps to provide lower power consumption and that device can work for many hours even in active mode.

Accessories

For specific installations an OBDII extension cable can be offered.

Queclink GV55 Lite

GV55 Lite is a simple GPS device for basic vehicle tracking. It has built-in antennas only, which makes the installation process very easy.  It dos not have internal back-up battery.

Queclink GV55 Lite

The goods

  • Easy installation thanks to compact size and built-in antennas
  • Assisted GPS support for faster positioning
  • Multiple GNSS: GPS, GLONASS and others
  • 8..32V voltage range (good for trucks and buses with 24V power)
  • Embedded G-sensor (starting from January 2016): smart power management, harsh driving monitoring, tow detection
  • Adjustable tracking modes
  • Over-the-Air firmware upgrade (OTA)

The bads

  • No back up battery. At all.
  • No sockets for external antennas: neither cellular, nor satellite.
  • No waterproof category
  • No analog inputs, just two discrete inputs. You can't control fuel level and similar things even with simple sensors.
  • No digital interfaces such as RS232, RS485 or 1-Wire – means no possibility to connect digital devices, i.e. fuel level sensors or camera.

Queclink GV65

Queclink GV65 is a universal GNSS device that supports GPS and GLONASS systems. It has several input-output interfaces, including 1-wire interface for temperature and driver control.

That vehicle tracker has a built-in 3-axis accelerometer. The customer can get all information about about emergency situations, driving behavior and many other factors.

The External GNSS antenna can be easily used to improve the work of GPS tracking system as well as GLONASS system.

Package contents

Package contents include:

  • Queclink GV65 device
  • User cable

Location and tracking

Queclink GV65 model is embedded with GPS and it also supports GLONASS technology. As the back-up, when no satellites signals are available, it uses Cell ID location (also known as LBS-tracking).

Mobile networks

Queclink GV65 uses a Quad-band GSM 2G module that allows to operate it all over the world.

Power supply

For the Queclink GV65, VIN (PIN1) / GND (PIN2) are the power input pins. The input voltage range for this device is from 8V to 32V. The device is designed to be installed in vehicles that operate on 12V or 24V systems without the need for external transformers.

Local and remote management

Queclink GV65 tracker can be fully controlled over GPRS, including configuration of tracking modes and controlling outputs. 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.

Interfaces

The GV65 has a 10 PIN interface connector. It contains the connections for power, I/O, etc. The device has 1 analog and 2 digital inputs, also it has 1-Wire interface

LED Indication

Queclink GV65 has three LEDs:

  • GPS LED
  • GSM LED
  • Power LED

Accessories

The manufacturer offers original accessories:

  • GPS antenna
  • USB data cable

Queclink GV65 Plus

GV65 Plus is a variation of the original Queclink GV65 model. In that version the vehicle tracker does not have a built-in battery.

It supports GPS and GLONASS systems and has several input-output interfaces, including 1-wire interface for temperature and driver control.

With that device you can easily control the vehicle remotely and get the information about the truck's status, conditions inside a cabin and driver's behavior.

Package contents

Package contents include:

  • Queclink GV65 Plus device
  • User cable

Location and tracking

Queclink GV65 Plus model is embedded with GPS and it also supports GLONASS technology. As the back-up, when no satellites signals are available, it uses Cell ID location (also known as LBS-tracking).

Mobile networks

Queclink GV65 Plus uses a Quad-band GSM 2G module that allows to operate it all over the world.

Power supply

For the Queclink GV65 Plus, VIN (PIN1) / GND (PIN2) are the power input pins. The input voltage range for this device is from 8V to 32V. The device is designed to be installed in vehicles that operate on 12V or 24V systems without the need for external transformers.

Local and remote management

Queclink GV65 Plus tracker can be fully controlled over GPRS, including configuration of tracking modes and controlling outputs. 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.

Interfaces

The GV65 Plus has a 10 PIN interface connector. It contains the connections for power, I/O, etc. The device has 1 analog and 2 digital inputs, also it has 1-Wire interface

LED Indication

Queclink GV65 Plus has three LEDs:

  • GPS LED
  • GSM LED
  • Power LED

Accessories

The manufacturer offers original accessories:

  • GPS antenna
  • USB data cable

Queclink GV75

The GV75 is a compact waterproof GPS tracker designed for a wide variety of vehicle tracking applications. It has multiple I/O interfaces that can be used for monitoring or controlling external devices. Its built-in GPS receiver has superior sensitivity and fast time to first fix. Its quad band GPRS/GSM subsystem supports 850/900/1800/1900 MHz allowing the GV75's location to be monitored in real time or periodically tracked by a backend server and mobile devices. Its built-in 3-axis accelerometer allows motion detection and extends battery life through sophisticated power management algorithms. System integration is straightforward and simple.

Location and tracking

  • u-blox GPS chipset
  • Support both continuous and interval modes
  • Support LBS
  • Superior sensitivity and fast time to first fix

Mobile networks

  • Quad-band frequency 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
  • No 3G support

Power supply

  • Li-Polymer 1100 mAh backup battery
  • Without reporting: 280 hours
  • 5 minutes reporting: 128 hours
  • 10 minutes reporting: 175 hours

Inputs and outputs

  • digital inputs: 2
  • digital outputs: 2
  • RS232 serial port
  • 1-wire input

Local and remote management

The device can be managed remotely using GPRS commands.

LED Indication

Device have LED indicators for GSM, GPS and power.

Waterproof casing

IP67 compliant waterproof casing allows the device to be used in harsh conditions.

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