BOLERO-LT2 consists of a Quad-band GSM/GPRS engine that works on the four frequencies GSM 850/900/1800/1900 MHz, a 50 channel high sensitive GPS core based on µ-blox engine and an embedded configurable software that provides many features for using location-based applications. The new device can be easily integrated into a variety of new applications stretching from real-time navigation and positioning to remote tracking and monitoring. It is designed for indoor use and ideal for fixed installation. The device concept is targeting for direct implementation as a mobile client in a wide range of high volume, low-cost, flexible system solutions like AVL, fleet management, vehicle security and recovery and other related area. The tracking functionality of the embedded mobile client application is combined with variety of alert messaging capabilities. The configurable alert messages contain current position of the device and many status reports. The physical interface to the terminal application is made through a 5pin connector. It provides a serial port giving you maximum flexibility for device configuration, receiving GPS location data and 1 digital input for monitoring the vehicle ignition. Depending on how the system BOLERO-LT2 is set up, their corresponding events can be used for a wide variety of notification purposes.
The embedded software the embedded software can be controlled by word like “PFAL” commands needed for executing particular actions, reading or setting particular configurations into the BOLERO-LT2 device. These commands are valid for all kinds of operations including SMS, CSD, TCP and SMTP.
BOLERO-LT2 provides Geofence features for territory management, route verification, prohibited locations, parking area and more with exception reporting to a wide variety of events, such as arrivals, departures, deliveries, pick-ups, illegal entries, unauthorized movement, etc.. BOLERO-LT2 contains a data-logger that enables you to archive unique locations in sequence for up to 45 days for later analysis and evaluation (for example, with an archive interval up to 20 sec.).
This information only is for informational purposes only, Plaspy does not have relationship with the device's manufacturer, for more information check the manufacturer's website or user manual.
Use Plaspy with a tracker
Set the Operator APN
Check your tracker clock setup is set UTC-0 o GMT. (The most trackers come from the factory on UTC.)
For most devices you should use IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity) number as unique identifier. However, some devices have vendor specific unique identifier, for example TK-103 devices use 11-digit identifier.
Set Up the Plaspy's IP and port on your tracker: (Plaspy detects tracker's protocol.)
Add a Plaspy Account on devices with the IMEI or unique ID.