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OBDII 4G Vehicle Tracker

Plug & Play OBD2 (CAT M1)

Precision Location 

This device gives you the ability to track your vehicle with a precision of 2 meters using the Ublox 7 Chipset and AGPS.

Basic Connection

No Installation experience is required to install the device. Locate the vehicles OBDII port and connect the device into the port and you are finished.

Disconnect Alert

If the unit has been disconnected you will receive an alert by email and screen.

Speed

Be notified when the vehicle goes over a maximum speed or breaks the speed limit of a road they are traveling

Recording Trips

Have detailed trip reports to identify precisely when your team arrived at a destination, how long it took them and what time they were at the location.

4GX Network

4GX uses superior 700 MHz spectrum that can go further than previous 4G frequencies. Creating extra 4G coverage in rural and regional areas.

FAQ's


Can I use my OBD Plug & Play tracker in more than one vehicles?

Yes moving the tracker in-between cars is straightforward and quick. Simply unplug the device, locate the OBD2 port in the new vehicle and connect the tracker. Next, change the details of the vehicle in the Telemax software.

Will the OBD Plug & Play tracker drain my car's battery? 

The OBD2 Plug & Play tracker is specifically designed to minimise battery draining. The tracker can stay connected to a car for weeks without affecting your battery.

Will I knot if the tracker is unplugged and can I hide it?

The OBD2 Plug & Play tracker has a backup battery built inside, so if the unit is disconnected from the main power of the vehicle the device will also send out an alert. The device comes with Y cable which means it can be hidden behind the dash if required.

How hard is it to install the tracking device?

Anyone can install the device and no installation experience is required, first find the OBD2 port in your vehicle which normal near the vehicle's pedals push the tracker onto the port and that's it.

What is the OBD Port?

The OBD port is what the technician uses to connect into your car's computer when you get it serviced. It usually can be located near the car's steering wheel close to the driver's knees.

What's the benefit of Plug & Play trackers? 

The main advantage is that there no downtime to your fleet, no wires to connect and it will save you money on not having to employ a professional installer. This cost can sometimes be the same price as the GPS tracker.

My car doesn't have an OBD Port.

If your car or truck doesn't have an OBD port, this may mean it was built before it became mandatory. You can still, however, purchase a harness kit that is wired to positive and ground which has, on the other end an OBD port for the GPS tracker to connect onto it.

Will it void my vehicle warranty?

There is a myth that Plug and Play GPS tracking devices may damage some electronics in the car and possibly even void the manufacturer's warranty.  The GPS tracker is in no way changing the vehicle mechanically and only receives power from the port.

Tracker Features Chart

Features

OBDII Tracker

No installation required

Standard and Pro Tracking Plans 

Back up Battery

Accident Detection

12V & 24V Power

Driver Behaviour Monitoring

Speed Limit Monitoring

Odometer Monitoring

4G Network

Installed Out of Sight

Tamper Alert

Spilliter Cable *Optional*

Disconnection Alerts

SMS - Email - Onscreen Alerts

Installing the GPS Tracker


Our Plug & Play devices are easy to install. There are no wires, and you don't need any technical experience with cars to install it. If you have a vehicle that's made after 2006 or light or medium truck built after 2014 you probably have the OBD port as standard. Watch the video to see the straightforward process of connecting the tracker with your vehicle and getting your fleet tracking in real time on the Telemax GPS Fleet Managment System.

Installing the ODB Cable


In some cases, the OBD2 port can be in a position that isn't ideal. Once the tracker is pushed onto the port, it may overhang and could be damaged by being to close to the driver's pedals. Or you may not want the device to be seen and want to minimise detection if the vehicle is stolen. By installing the Y OBD2 splitter cable, this will provide two main features, the first the GPS tracker is located in a more secure position. And the second the OBD port is still available for your car servicing, so the tracker is never touched.

Locate vehicle OBDII Port

Unplug vehicle OBDII plug

Connect vehicle OBDII with the black Y cable plug

Connect GPS Tracker to one of the white OBDII plugs

Insert remaining white plug in the original OBDII location

Cable tie the device under the dash so it can not be seen

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