|PROTRACK GPS TRACKER
GPS is a vehicle tracking system which uses
Global Positioning Satellites
(GPS). The GPS satellite signals are continuously
an orbit of 20,000 miles and PROTRAK GPS receives
to calculate its location. The longitude, latitude,
Unit ID and
other GPS information is transmitted via an
AMPS cellular modem
to a your computer or control center for display
on a regional map.
Pictured clockwise: (1) aluminum
Cellular Antenna, (3)
GPS Puck Antenna, Vehicle Unit, and
unit; battery and modem included, but not shown.
The PROTRAK GPS consists of a GPS Receiver and
Cellular Modem which is fastened to the target.
A GPS "Puck" antenna attaches with a magnet
to the underside of the bumper cover and a miniature
magnet mount cellular antenna fastens to the
Power is supplied by a direct connect to vehicle
power or by a field replaceable battery pack
which will power the system for approximately
Since many surveillance operations last a week
or more, the replaceable battery pack contains
8 "D" alkaline cells which are easily replaced.
In order to conserve power, the vehicle unit
can be programmed to "go to sleep" and only
awake when the control center calls. If vehicle
battery power is used, the unit can be programmed
to stay awake at all times. You can continuously
track the vehicle if needed.
For non-covert applications, the PROTRAK GPS
can be connected to an alarm input device such
as a panic button. Activating the alarm will
send a "Help" message and location information
to the control center, as well as providing
"listen in" capabilities. For law enforcement
agencies, remote vehicle shut-off and door locking
The system can be accessed from a PC at your
office using our included software package.
The location of the target is displayed on a
GPS System Features
tracking over the cellular telephone network.
or manual activation and dial-out to anywhere.
mode for vehicle tracking and control.
single vendor software/hardware system.
display of vehicles on an easy-to-read map.
just a PC and base station modem.