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Vehicle tracker Tramigo Fleet
Buy vehicle tracker Tramigo Fleet which will let you always know the location of your truck, bus or heavy machinery. Get alarms immediately to your mobile phone if your vehicles moves without your permission, receive trip reports or follow driving habits. You can also create zones and receive alert in the event that your vehicles crosses these zones. In particular, you can use Tramigo Fleet with rich set of sensors which allow driver-ID reporting, temperature monitoring and vehicle battery level follow-up.
Vehicle tracker Tramigo Fleet is easy to install to your car via fixed installation to the vehicle 12V power source. The device has a powerful internal GPS antenna making fully hidden installation possible. The Vehicle tracker can be fully controlled via mobile phone and you can receive alerts and reports wherever you are. The device communicates with mobile phones over the GSM network via SMS. Free tracking software for mobile phones and tablets M1 Move is available for Apple, Android and Blackberry users and the rest can track their boats using normal SMS messages. For corporate clients we offer hosted real-time tracking software M1 Web, please contact us for further information.
Vehicle tracker Tramigo Fleet comes in a sales box which includes external panic button for installations where security is of concern, external GPS antenna makes installation possible to anywhere in the vehicle and microphone allows dialogue with the driver.
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Before conducting the installation, please read through the Tramigo Installation Guide and in particular the safety information, warnings and important notes. Tramigo Installation Guide contain useful information about the installation site and tools.
These installation instruction are a summary of the tasks to be concluded when installing Tramigo Fleet and the accessories provided in the sales box.
– Check the unit has power
– Connect to GSM network
– Acquire satellite lock
– Check indicator lights
– Register as the owner of your unit
– Test your Tramigo
– Change your password (optional)
Familiarize yourself with the Installation Kit
Tramigo Fleet I/O ports and cables
1,2 — Red
+ Power source (from regulated 6-24V supply)
3,4 — Black
Ground (any metallic part of the vehicle chassis or ground wire)
5 — Blue
Input 1 (Ignition sensor)
6 — Brown
Input 2 (SOS button)
7 — Violet
Input 3 (Customizable Input)
8 — Grey
Input 4 (Customizable Input)
9 = Black with white stripe
Output 1 (Customizable Output)
10 = Black with pink stripe
Output 2 (Customizable Output)
11 = Pink
Analog (Customizable Input)
12 — White
1-wire (Customizable Input)
Tramigo Fleet unit can be mounted anywhere inside your vehicle or boat where the unit will not get wet. The most common locations are behind the dashboard, under the center console, and under a side panel in the back of the vehicle. Pick a location where you can secure the unit firmly to prevent any rattling sounds after installation. In general, you can expect that a mounting situation under the dashboard of a vehicle will be satisfactory.
Tramigo Fleet common installation
Tramigo Fleet I/O cable is used to connect the device to permanent vehicle power e.g. in the fuse box or in regulated car radio output. NOTE: Permanent power source must be selected carefully.
Vehicle supply positive (+ve)
Connect wire #1 to permanent Positive (6 to 24V).
Vehicle supply positive (-ve)
Connect wire #3 to permanent Negative.
Connect wire #5 (Input 1) to a wire that has POWER ON only when the motor is running
SOS button / Optional installation
Input 2 for SOS button
Connect one wire of the SOS button to wire #6 (Input 2).
Second wire of SOS button
Connect the second wire of SOS button to vehicle ground.
GPS antenna (external) / Optional installation
Tramigo Fleet has an internal antenna which will in most cases be enough when the installation site is chosen following the instructions in the Tramigo Installation Manual. The external GPS antenna is needed when it is not possible to install Tramigo Fleet in a location where the internal GPS antenna will work. This option allows the antennas to be located in a different location within the vehicle.
The GPS antenna should be positioned horizontally and located in a position where it will have over 60% signal quality. The ideal location in most cars is in the underside of the dashboard; however, it is important to ascertain that there are no conductive materials present in the construction of the dashboard prior to fitting the antenna.
The GPS antenna must have the black side facing toward the sky. The flat side with the magnet faces the ground.
Installation of the GPS antenna (external) is done simply by plugging in the blue FAKRA plug of the GPS antenna wire to the GPS port of Tramigo Fleet.
Configure and verify the installation
After completion of the installation, you are ready to configure your Tramigo Fleet.
Check that the green Power light is solid ON (charging) or emitting a short flash every 5 seconds (fully charged).
Check that the red GSM light is OFF.
Check the GPS signal by moving the vehicle to a location with a clear view of the sky. When the blue GPS light goes off (after 1-3 minutes) send a FIND command to check the location.
Send STATUS command via SMS to the device to check GSM and GPS levels.
Send INSTALL command via SMS to the device if you have installed ignition sensing, external SOS button or immobilizer. Follow the instructions sent by the device:
Start the vehicle to configure ignition sensing (if installed)
Press external SOS button for 3 seconds (if installed)
Vehicle will be disabled after 30 seconds by the immobilizer (if installed)
Note: use of the INSTALL command requires the unit is installed in its final position, do NOT move the device after you have sent the command
Please refer to Section Troubleshooting in Tramigo Installation Guide if you encounter problems in the performance of the Tramigo Fleet.