• Records route, start/stop time, speed, direction every second
• Stores up to 100 hours of driving data in its built-in flash memory
• Keeps your honest employees honest
• No activation or monthly fees!
Data and Power Information
|Power||2 AAA batteries|
|1 Hour per Day Driving||3 Weeks|
|2 Hours per Day Driving||2 Weeks|
|4 Hours per Day Driving||1 Week|
|Power Draw||Track Mode: 46mA|
|Sleep Mode: 0.058mA|
|Sleep Mode Entry||2 Minutes of no movement|
|Maximum Number of Satellites||16|
|Horizontal Accuracy||2.5 meters|
|Storage Capacity||100 hours Driving Time
LandAirSea GPS Tracking Key
The GPS Tracking Key is a portable and a pocket sized device which communicates with the Department of Defense satellites orbiting the Earth. There are twenty-seven Department of Defense satellites that constantly send signals to the tracking device at fixed intervals of time. Out of the 27 satellites, 24 are operational and three satellites are used in case of emergency or as backup. The reception of signals by the tracking key is determined by the location of the device every 2.5 meters and the corresponding data is recorded every second and stored in the GPS tracking key.
The subsequent data varying with every 2.5 meters is recorded by using the LandAirSea Tracking software, by which an individual’s position, speed, time of travel, arrival address and duration of stop are stored in the device. This information stored on the device can be downloaded via USB and displayed as text reports, satellite images and/or street maps. Google maps, a well known application supports the device software and the street views and/or satellite images can be viewed with its assistance.
The GPS Tracking key device uses two AAA batteries as its source of power. Both alkaline and lithium-ion batteries can be used depending upon the user. The lithium-ion batteries are capable to work for a longer time in contrast to the alkaline batteries.