GPS Vehicle Tracker OBD II interface plug and play no wires easy fit lifetime Maps and subscription included £44.99 @ Studentcomputers
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GPS Vehicle Tracker OBD II interface plug and play no wires easy fit lifetime Maps and subscription included £44.99 @ Studentcomputers

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Posted 6th Oct
If you worry about your own private work vehicle being stolen for £45 you get a lot of piece of mind with this piece of kit. FREE DELIVERY.


OB22 Plug & Play OBD GPS Tracker

Included:

• UK Technical Support

• SIM card Requires top up as needed (low usage)

• UK Stock next working day delivery*

• Easy Plug in and go via OBD 11 Port

• Our own Web, Android and Apple Software

• Deal direct with the Manufacturer

• Lifetime Maps and subscription included (worth £39.99)

• *Ideal for Cars,Vans and lorries manufactured after 2000

• Small and indiscrete NO Wires

• Our software gives you Alarms for overspeed, ignition status,removal of unit, geo fencing and lots more

• Run your fleet from one screen

• Start guide at tracksol.co.uk

*Next working day UK Mainland delivery if ordered before 4pm

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OB22 is an easy to fit plug & play OBD port tracker with superior location, tracking, reporting, logging, and security capabilities. Utilizing the GSM and GPRS communication network along with GPS technology, it is an ideal solution for leased vehicles or large fleets.

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GSM frequency 850/900/1800/1900 MHz

GPRS Class 12, TCP/IP

Memory 64Mb

Phase error RMSPE<5,PPE<20

Max output GSM850/GSM900:33±3dBm

GSM1800/GSM1900:30±3Bm

Max frequency error ±0.1ppm

GPS Specification

GPS chipset MTK high sensitivity chip

Frequency L1,1575.42MHz C/A code

GPS channel 66

Location accuracy <10 meters

Tracking sensitivity -165dBm

Acquisition sensitivity -148dBm

TTFF (open sky) Avg. hot start=2sec

Avg. cold start=32sec

Functional & Package

Antenna Bullit-in GPS antenna, GSM quad-band antenna, Bluetooth antenna

Battery 50mAh/3.7v lithium-polymer battery

Working voltage/current 9-36VDC/32mA(12VDC)

Connector OBD standard port

Standby current 5mA

Operating temperature -20?~ 70?

Dimensions 45.0(L)*22.5(W)*30.0(H)mm

Weight 30g

LED indicator Power, GPS, GSM
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MisterNippy06/10/2019 00:16

How will he know. You can glue it in place if you want. Also as it states …How will he know. You can glue it in place if you want. Also as it states the moment it is removed you are notified so you immediately know someone is in your car.


No offense but gluing something to the OBD port is a really poo idea.

If you are going to start gluing things then glue the car to the ground
MisterNippy06/10/2019 00:34

If 15 years of vehicle ownership and in 30 years of driving, I have never …If 15 years of vehicle ownership and in 30 years of driving, I have never needed the port. I doubt things are going to change.


Glue is a terrible idea! I find it hard to believe in 30 years of driving not one mechanic has plugged a diagnostics system into your car. That's how you check for faults and error codes, reset SRS and you can even reset service lights this way.
Python506/10/2019 00:31

Need a decent mechanic then 🤪🤪🤪


No, just a decent car, ie not a vauxhall
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Won't the thief unplug it and chuck it out the window? You can get ones that attach to the car battery...
zcaprd706/10/2019 00:13

Won't the thief unplug it and chuck it out the window? You can get ones …Won't the thief unplug it and chuck it out the window? You can get ones that attach to the car battery...


How will he know. You can glue it in place if you want. Also as it states the moment it is removed you are notified so you immediately know someone is in your car.
To steal a transit the thief has to use that port to program a blank key - This probably won't last long.
How will he know? Its plugged into the odb port, that's not hard to find... Also, your local mechanics won't appreciate it if you glue it in place.

Good for setting up a small fleet management system, what are the sim card fees like?
llamamall06/10/2019 00:16

To steal a transit the thief has to use that port to program a blank key - …To steal a transit the thief has to use that port to program a blank key - This probably won't last long.


......as I say, the moment they pull it your mobile phone will immediately notify you that someone is in your van, so you can go outside and tell them to leave politely before they hot wire it.
Edited by: "MisterNippy" 6th Oct
I am my own mechanic.......it does not worry me if its glued in. Also if they cant steal it as they cant plug their own kit in, then it will stop them from doing that anyway.....its a win win.
Edited by: "MisterNippy" 6th Oct
MisterNippy06/10/2019 00:16

How will he know. You can glue it in place if you want. Also as it states …How will he know. You can glue it in place if you want. Also as it states the moment it is removed you are notified so you immediately know someone is in your car.


No offense but gluing something to the OBD port is a really poo idea.

If you are going to start gluing things then glue the car to the ground
I'm constantly resetting error codes via the obd port?
Of its glued in, that's not great is it? You might want to use that port with something else at some point.
zcaprd706/10/2019 00:29

I'm constantly resetting error codes via the obd port?


Need a decent mechanic then 🤪🤪🤪
Python506/10/2019 00:31

Need a decent mechanic then 🤪🤪🤪


No, just a decent car, ie not a vauxhall
zcaprd706/10/2019 00:31

No, just a decent car, ie not a vauxhall


Nothing wrong with my vauxhall or my previous ones lol
tjc200506/10/2019 00:31

Of its glued in, that's not great is it? You might want to use that port …Of its glued in, that's not great is it? You might want to use that port with something else at some point.


If 15 years of vehicle ownership and in 30 years of driving, I have never needed the port. I doubt things are going to change.
zcaprd706/10/2019 00:29

I'm constantly resetting error codes via the obd port?


sounds like your vehicle is very faulty, the faults come up because your vehicles componants are all defective.
MisterNippy06/10/2019 00:34

If 15 years of vehicle ownership and in 30 years of driving, I have never …If 15 years of vehicle ownership and in 30 years of driving, I have never needed the port. I doubt things are going to change.


So you've never needed the OBD port but yet you are promoting a product that uses that port,so you do use it then and by posting the deal admit the port does have it's uses.
Edited by: "Biggunspaul" 6th Oct
MisterNippy06/10/2019 00:35

sounds like your vehicle is very faulty, the faults come up because your …sounds like your vehicle is very faulty, the faults come up because your vehicles componants are all defective.


Yes, I understand how it works, I feel like I've replaced most of the fuel and exhaust system, my fault for buying a second hand 10 year automatic diesel vauxhall zafira I suppose...
MisterNippy06/10/2019 00:34

If 15 years of vehicle ownership and in 30 years of driving, I have never …If 15 years of vehicle ownership and in 30 years of driving, I have never needed the port. I doubt things are going to change.


You aren't everyone though are you
zcaprd706/10/2019 00:38

Yes, I understand how it works, I feel like I've replaced most of the fuel …Yes, I understand how it works, I feel like I've replaced most of the fuel and exhaust system, my fault for buying a second hand 10 year automatic diesel vauxhall zafira I suppose...


I dont think this deal is for you, sounds like you car is not worth £45
MisterNippy06/10/2019 00:40

I dont think this deal is for you, sounds like you car is not worth £45


No, but I do own a fleet management software company, so it's interesting nevertheless...
tjc200506/10/2019 00:40

You aren't everyone though are you


I dont know, do you know ? This is my deal, and its for ME. If you dont want it then go to sleep.
Edited by: "MisterNippy" 6th Oct
MisterNippy06/10/2019 00:34

If 15 years of vehicle ownership and in 30 years of driving, I have never …If 15 years of vehicle ownership and in 30 years of driving, I have never needed the port. I doubt things are going to change.


Glue is a terrible idea! I find it hard to believe in 30 years of driving not one mechanic has plugged a diagnostics system into your car. That's how you check for faults and error codes, reset SRS and you can even reset service lights this way.
So, do you have to use their sim card, and if so, how much is it?
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zcaprd706/10/2019 00:38

Yes, I understand how it works, I feel like I've replaced most of the fuel …Yes, I understand how it works, I feel like I've replaced most of the fuel and exhaust system, my fault for buying a second hand 10 year automatic diesel vauxhall zafira I suppose...


My Zafira cost me more in oil than diesel, and there was no leak, wierd engine
zcaprd706/10/2019 00:29

I'm constantly resetting error codes via the obd port?


maybe you should try fixing the problems instead
sirsmokesalot06/10/2019 01:17

maybe you should try fixing the problems instead


Yes, I do, but then a new problem comes up... The codes don't exactly tell you what's wrong either. Needle in a haystack stuff usually... And don't get me started on the DPF regeneration!
zcaprd706/10/2019 01:19

Yes, I do, but then a new problem comes up... The codes don't exactly tell …Yes, I do, but then a new problem comes up... The codes don't exactly tell you what's wrong either. Needle in a haystack stuff usually... And don't get me started on the DPF regeneration!


Have you had the car put on a proper diagnostics like an Autel or something? They pin point pretty much all faults. Or even get yourself an OBD reader and download the app, mines came in handy a number of times. If you were local I wouldn't of minded plugging it in for you to hopefully help.

As for DPF just get it taken out, as in somebody removes it, guts the insides and welds it back up, refit and map it out so you get no more issues.
Dpf removal is a MoT failure but if they remove it and cut it open from the top an MoT tester won't be able to tell. Plenty places offer the service.
Toon_army06/10/2019 03:02

Have you had the car put on a proper diagnostics like an Autel or …Have you had the car put on a proper diagnostics like an Autel or something? They pin point pretty much all faults. Or even get yourself an OBD reader and download the app, mines came in handy a number of times. If you were local I wouldn't of minded plugging it in for you to hopefully help.As for DPF just get it taken out, as in somebody removes it, guts the insides and welds it back up, refit and map it out so you get no more issues.Dpf removal is a MoT failure but if they remove it and cut it open from the top an MoT tester won't be able to tell. Plenty places offer the service.


Yes, all been fine, and yes, I have my own kit now ... Replaced the DPF after the exhaust fell off.
zcaprd706/10/2019 03:32

Yes, all been fine, and yes, I have my own kit now ... Replaced the DPF …Yes, all been fine, and yes, I have my own kit now ... Replaced the DPF after the exhaust fell off.


Dpf and Egr valves are a pain in the arse. My mate was quoted £700 for a new Dpf on his 08 reg Golf GT TDi, think he paid £200 to get it removed and mapped out, said the cars quicker and less to worry about now
Toon_army06/10/2019 03:42

Dpf and Egr valves are a pain in the arse. My mate was quoted £700 for a …Dpf and Egr valves are a pain in the arse. My mate was quoted £700 for a new Dpf on his 08 reg Golf GT TDi, think he paid £200 to get it removed and mapped out, said the cars quicker and less to worry about now


Don’t forget to tell the insurance company it’s no longer manufactures spec. They just love it when they find this kind of thing and you haven’t declared it so they don’t have to pay out. Plus we all just love to breath in those particulates.
zcaprd706/10/2019 00:42

No, but I do own a fleet management software company, so it's interesting …No, but I do own a fleet management software company, so it's interesting nevertheless...


These have been out years,why don’t you already know about these if you own a fleet management software company?and some vehicles have more than one port so you the one hardest to use as I’m pretty sure a thief would use the easiest to access one.the plug and play is just ease of usage and to save cost having it wired as warranties can be void by DIY fitting and companies liable if personal injury to staff etc etc
Edited by: "Itsinthetitle" 6th Oct
Worst tracking device money can buy, you plug into this port to steal a vehicle and it takes 30 seconds. By time you've got a notification and got up they've already gone
moorjock06/10/2019 01:02

My Zafira cost me more in oil than diesel, and there was no leak, wierd …My Zafira cost me more in oil than diesel, and there was no leak, wierd engine


Fundamentally flawed by the sound of it
These guys are on to OBD11? Impressive
I certainly wouldn't be gluing this into the OBD port. You need this port for a whole host of reasons. For example, if your parking brake is electronic, you'll plug into this port to retract the calipers to change the discs and pads. I won't bore you with all the other reasons. Is this any good????...may suit some people but personally if some theiving scum has had my car away, I wouldn't really want it back. Maybe worth it if you think you're partner is cheating, but just don't glue it in
A cheaper solution is to use an old android phone as a tracker with a 200mb free sim
200MB Sim card free: HERE
Full guide on setting up the tracker: makeuseof.com/tag…ce/

Just hide it out of site and consider hardwiring it so its completely hidden.
118luke06/10/2019 09:24

A cheaper solution is to use an old android phone as a tracker with a …A cheaper solution is to use an old android phone as a tracker with a 200mb free sim 200MB Sim card free: HEREFull guide on setting up the tracker: https://www.makeuseof.com/tag/gps-enabled-smartphone-tracking-device/Just hide it out of site and consider hardwiring it so its completely hidden.


I'm lost do they give you 200mb for free? Like no strings, that's just mental lol
zcaprd706/10/2019 00:31

No, just a decent car, ie not a vauxhall


Second you in the vauxhaull haha
Thanks for the deal OP - regardless of whether people like or product itself, if it's a deal then it's a deal.

I'm really not sure what people's problems are on here sometimes - it seems that some people really do have a superiority complex.

The fact that they keep going on about a throwaway comment about gluing it in place if they're that worried about it being removed says it all, really.
Toon_army06/10/2019 09:46

I'm lost do they give you 200mb for free? Like no strings, that's just …I'm lost do they give you 200mb for free? Like no strings, that's just mental lol



Yup, ive done exactly as i described for my sisters car. works extremely well. Of course you can use the Sim for anything else too.
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