Consider the process of connecting the GPS tracker of Ukrainian enterpriser Elgato to the service GISFile.
Firstly, you need to unscrew two screws, remove the cover and get the analog board where the regarded device is assembled. Press the small yellow button (on the right in the picture) in order to put forward the "pocket" for SIM cards. Secondly, paste the SIM card and close the slide out "pocket". Finally, assemble the device and tighten the screws.
It is necessary to connect the power supply to the device from the onboard network direct current for voltage of 8 to 32 volts. GPS tracker contains the built-in Li-Ion battery which allows to work in the standalone mode up to 4 hours. The recharging of the battery is making automatically from the onboard network.
The exit assignment of basic connector (the counting starts on the part with the light diodes):
1 – «+» the onboard power (9…36 V);
2 – «-» the onboard power (GND);
3 – the discrete input ALARM 1 (up to 24 V);
4 – the discrete input ALARM 2 (up to 24 V);
5 – the control output OUT1 (open collector – up to 25 V);
6 – the control output OUT2 (open collector – up to 25 V);
7 – measuring input IN1 (up to 24 V);
8 – measuring input IN2 (up to 24 V);
9 ,10 – for industrial control – not to use;
11 ,12 – the bridge, which connect internal battery.
With the help of your mobile phone send SMS message (command) "Number1 xxxxxxxxxxхх" and/or "Number2 xxxxxxxxxxхх" (a maximum of 14 digits!) on the phone number of SIM card which is installed in the device. The symbols xxxxxxxxxxхх are the phone number which will receive the alarm messages in further(in the device memory numbers 1-3 are saved in the international format +xxхххххххххх).
After this, configure the GPRS connection to the service GISFile. Send a format command "Gprs:6100$188.8.131.52$internet$$$5$", where the port, IP, APN (Example about the Ukrainian operators: for MTC – internet, Kyivstar - wap.kyivstar.net), user name, password and the format of the transmitted data GPS (0 – GPRMS, 5 – format TR151) to the network GPRS.
Transmission by GPRS (protocol TP-151):
Format string $GPRMC (coordinates):
101710.887 time 10:17:10
A A-coordinates are defined (V-are not defined)
6001.3460 60 degrees 01.3460 minute of latitude
N N-north S-south
03025.4851 30 degrees 25.4851 minutes of longitude
E E-east W-west
0.838 speed (miles per hour)
113.57 course of relatively direction to the north