Queclink GV50

Supported features

Server Integration
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Server port47764
General information
Weight50 g (1.76 oz.)
Size87x55x12.5 mm (3.43x2.17x0.49 in)
GNSS Location
Internal antenna (GNSS)Yes
Cellular network typeGSM Quad Band
Internal antenna (Connection)Yes
Cellular network generation2G
ACC/Ignition inputYes
Tracking features
Tracking modesContinuous
Location by Cell IDYes
ECO drivingYes
Self monitoring
Network signal levelYes
GNSS signal levelYes
External power source voltageYes
Remote management
Server connection setup over SMSYes
Remote device configurationYes (over GPRS)
Forced GNSS location update over SMSYes
On request

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