S20 – Asset GPS Tracker
Asset GPS tracker S20 is self-contained battery powered device and can be easily moved from vehicle, placed in a package, or even used to monitor and track valuable assets.
GPS tracker S20 is a professional tracking device for transport & logistics industry, refrigerated cargo industry, container tracking: construction, valuable assets and criminal investigation.
S20 – Parameter
Working Temperature: -25° to 80°C
Working Voltage: 3.7V
Buit-in-Battery: 5800 mAh
S20 – Software Specifications
Data Upgrade Port: Not Support
Function Port Definition: Not Support
Parameter Setting: SMS Command, Platform
GPRS Upload: Upload Interval Every 10 Seconds
Third-party Checking: WEB/APP
ACC Detection: Not Support
Low Battery Alarm: Support
Vibration Alarm: Not Support
Disassemble Alarm: Support
S20 – Hardware Specifications
Location Accuracy: <=10m
GPS Chip: MTK2503D
GSM Frequency: 850/900/1800/1900 MHZ
Hot Start<2SEC(Open Sky)
Positioning Time: Warm Start<15SEC
Cold Start<=38SEC(Open Sky)
GSM Antenna: Spring Antenna
GPS Antenna: Built-in 25mm*25mm*2mm Ceramic Antenna
GPRS: Class12. TCP/IP Built-in GSM Module
Channel: 20 Clas
GPS Sensitivity: -144dBm
Tracking Sensitivity: -160dBm
Power LED Indicator: Red
GPS LED Indicator: Blue
GSM LED Indicator: Green
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQs)
A. Installation is a very important component of a successful deployment, especially for large fleets. This is a step that is often glossed over during the sales process. A good partner will discuss the GPS install plan in detail and demonstrate
2. an organized plan. Simply saying it is not an issue is not good enough. As with everything, there are limitations and requirements that impact you.
Additionally, you need to know how service work is done and what happens when you move a device to a new vehicle.
A. The data collected is generally the same for both types of systems. Live vehicle tracking transmits the GPS data collected to cellular networks which route it to a website where you view the data. It’s considered live tracking because it is visible shortly after being logged.
A. GPS works by providing information on the exact location. A GPS tracking system uses the Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) network. This network incorporates a range of satellites that use microwave signals that are transmitted to GPS devices to give information on location, vehicle speed, time, and direction.
A. There continues to be an improvement, and you’ll see indoor accuracy of better than 10 meters, but round-trip time (RTT) is the technology that will take us to the one-meter level. If you’re outside and can see the open sky, the GPS accuracy from your phone is about five meters, and that’s been constant for a while.
A. No, in general, the weather has no effect on the GPS signals and logged data. The only exception to this, however, is that any build-up of snow on the antenna should be avoided, as large amounts of water will absorb GPS signals.