Wired-in GPS trackers are for electrical connection to an external source, usually an alternator/battery system, which will continuously or intermittently recharge the tracker's internal battery. If possible the connection should be to a constantly available power point, such as between the battery and a vehicle's Kill switch or ignition switch. This can be difficult to conceal. Next best option is being connected to ignition switched power, which is not suitable for infrequently used or started vehicles.
If always connected to the external supply, the options to detect tampering, such as disconnection or being powered off, are available. See the information on Alert options on the Admin page in the Tracking Panel.
Avoid using Eco mode when connected to an external power source.
The T920 is a Teltonika FMB920 tracker with a pre-installed SIM and initial free credits.
Delivery weight: 120 g
The Pr2-Veh is a sealed SIM-ed Pr2-20 tracker and power adaptor boxed inside an ABS flanged case with 2 internal Nd magnets, and a 1m two-core (8-24Vdc & GND) lead through a plastic IP67 gland.
Delivery weight: 175 g
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