Standard OBD Connector
- Connect to the 16 pin on-board Diagnostic Link Connector (DLC).
SIM Card slot
- A 2FF SIM Card to be inserted.
Park the car and make sure engine is off, align the OBD connector of the device with the engine diagnostic port and simply push in place, ensuring the device is secure. A single beep indicates that the device is power on.
Start the engine and the device now starts the OBD communication, acquires GPS information and establishes GPRS connection. Various statuses can be indicated by lights and beeps on the device.
The OBD light changes its status to solid on and with 2 beeps with successful OBD communication.
The blinking GPS light indicates that device has got its location.
The Cellular light changes its status to slow blinking, indicating registration on the network and becomes solid on and gives 3 beeps indicating that it is logged onto the server.
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