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RE: looking for tracker with long battery life

Mon Sep 14, 2015 6:20 am


I visited your site and can't find any information.

Please contact me regarding trackers.

Thank you

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RE: looking for tracker with long battery life

Wed Sep 16, 2015 11:07 am

Jimilab (www.jimilab.com) Jv03 model may suitable for you, want to know more details, welcome to contact me.

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Re: looking for tracker with long battery life

Thu Aug 31, 2017 10:45 pm

I would try the Coyote model from track your truck http://www.trackyourtruck.com/gps-tracking-devices/. Hope this helps

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Re: looking for tracker with long battery life

Tue Sep 12, 2017 9:31 am

I know two device with long battery life, one is GPT09(TCP), GPT12(UDP), 3 years long standby, are you interested in? Ellen

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Re: looking for tracker with long battery life

Thu Oct 26, 2017 1:12 pm

If you looking for tracker with long battery life i suggest you go with Mini Personal GPS Tracker PT36 by Thinkrace Technology.
one of the smallest GPS Trackers in the world with big battery capacity,
The PT36 comes with some of the best in market features such as:
• 3 mode positioning system
• Inbuilt Pedometer
• Magnetic Charging Port
• Compatibility with Android, IOS platforms and PC
• IP67 Shock and Waterproof Rating
• Can survive immersion in water for 30 minutes
visit - http://www.thinkrace.com/thinkrace-mini-personal-gps-tracker-pt36.aspx

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Re: looking for tracker with long battery life

Mon Jul 30, 2018 3:37 pm

I use Marco Polo for my MR (multi-rotor) aircraft. Basic RF no cell or https://secretstorages.com/best-hidden-gps-tracker-for-car/ required but range is limited. Open field I've tested it up to 2 miles (3.22km) but in a dense city environment it's much less. It really depends if it's buried inside a building or not. I've never tested it inside a car which may limit the RF even more. However, if it can see the tag it's extremely accurate.

They also offer an RC tag about 1/4 the weight (12g) of the pet collar tag (45g) but it's not water resistant and doesn't have as much battery life as the Pet tag. Battery life on pet tag is pretty good though - 30 days standby, around 3 days tracking when activated.

One cool feature is that it can monitor up to 90 days which means it will trigger an alert if the tag leaves a predefined boundary. There is also an alarm output so this opens the door for alarm alert followed by close-in tracking.

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