MediTrackGPS® Configuration

1. Setting the MediTrackGPS® Authorised Numbers by SMS

Note: With no spaces in the SMS, case-insensitive


a) Command: a1,0412345678 (using your #1 emergency contact mobile number)

Send the Command to the registered sim card number in your MediTrackGPS®
MediTrackGPS® will reply: Set mobile number 1 OK!
* To delete this number, SMS A1 to your MediTrackGPS® 

b) Command: a2,0412345678 (using your #2 emergency contact mobile number)

Send the Command to the registered sim card number in your MediTrackGPS®
MediTrackGPS® will reply: Set mobile number 2 OK!
* To delete this number, SMS A2 to your MediTrackGPS®

c) Command: a3,0412345678 (using your #3 emergency contact mobile number)

Send the Command to the registered sim card number in your MediTrackGPS®
MediTrackGPS® will reply: Set mobile number 3 OK!
* To delete this number, SMS A3 to your MediTrackGPS®

d) Command: a4,0412345678 (using your #4 emergency contact mobile number)

Send the Command to the registered sim card number in your MediTrackGPS®
MediTrackGPS® will reply: Set mobile number 4 OK!
* To delete this number, SMS A4 to your MediTrackGPS®

e) Command: a5,0412345678 (using your #5 emergency contact mobile number)

Send the Command to the registered sim card number in your MediTrackGPS®
MediTrackGPS® will reply: Set mobile number 5 OK!
* To delete this number, SMS A5 to your MediTrackGPS® 

2. Modifying the Time Zone

Command: TZ+ +00/-00
Note: The time amounts must be in 2 digits and at a maximum 23 hours in value."+" in the "time zone" portion of the SMS indicated east. The "-" symbol in the "time zone" indicates west.
Example:
tz + 02, the system will add 2 hours based on the UTC time.
tz - 02, the system will minus 2 hours based on the UTC time.
* UTC time has been set as default time.

3. User defined name in SMS content

Command: name1,username
Example:
name1,Emma, MediTrackGPS® will reply: Add name OK!
* To delete the name, SMS name0 to your MediTrackGPS®

4. Location Request.
4.1. Reply with coordinates and web link

Command: loc
MediTrackGPS® will reply: GPS info! Time: 00:00; Lat: xxxx; Lon: xxxx; Speed: xxxxx; Altitude: xxxx; Bt: xxx;
maps.google.com/maps?q=loc:22.647379,114.030998
* Put coordinates to Google Earth or Google Maps, Click on search button, then you will find the position fixed.
* Click on the link then the location can be shown directly on Google Maps on your smart phone.

4.2. Reply with Address

Command: add
Note: This function needs GPRS function support.
Example:
MediTrackGPS® will reply, Add: 123 Smith Road, Brisbane, QLD 4000

5. Low Battery Alarm

When the MediTrackGPS® battery is less than 15%, it will send a SMS alarm, BAT: LOW! to all authorised numbers. If the battery is less than 15%, the blue light will flash rapidly to warn the user to charge the device as soon as possible.

Command: Low1
To turn off this function, Please send: Low0 to the MediTrackGPS®

6. Password Protection

Command: 123456lock
After sending this command, then it will require a password in front of all commands (except reboot and RESET!).
Example:
123456LOC, 123456A1 etc (default password is 123456)
Remove password protection, just simply command: 123456unlock

7. Change Password

Command: Old password + H - new password
Example:
123456H654321
The password is now changed to 654321
* The pre-set password won't be erased by changing the sim card.
* Be sure to keep your new password in mind, otherwise you have to ask MediTrackGPS® to restore the original settings in case of losing the new password.
* Make sure the new password is 6 digits, otherwise the tracker cannot recognise the password.

8. Geo Fence Alarm

Command: G+X, Y, Z xxxM/KM
Example:
G1,1,1,100M
Note: No spaces in between.
X=No. of Geo fence (1~3), user can set 3 Geo fences
Y=0 means to turn off the function
Y=1 means to turn on the function
Z=1 means to set alarm when the tracker enters the preset area
Z=0 means to set alarm when the tracker breaches the district
xxx is the preset distance to the tracker's original place, must be 3 digits. M means meters, KM means kilometers.
The device will send the message to all authorised numbers as "Geo fence alarm!+GPS info" when it enters the area you have set.
(User must set this function when the blue light is flashing rapidly.)
To turn off this function, please send: G1,0 or G2,0 or G3,0

9. Over-Speed Alert

Command: speed1, + Speed
Note: The speed must be in km/h in 2 or 3 digits (01-255km/h)
Example:
speed1,100
If the over speed alert you set at 100km/h, when the device exceeds 100km/h, it will send a SMS "Over-Speed! + GPS info" to all registered phone numbers.
To turn off this function, please send: speed0 to the device.

10. Movement Alert

Command: M1, xxxM/KM
Note: xxx must be 3 digits. M = means meters, KM = means kilometers
Example:
m1,100m
When your MediTrackGPS® moves beyond 100 meters, it will send a SMS alarm to all registered phone numbers.
To turn off this function, please send: M0 to the device.
(The settings must be at least 50 meters)

11. Listen-In (voice wiretapping)

Command: L1
A1, B1, C1 can make a silence call to your MediTrackGPS®, the tracker answers the call automatically and allows the caller to hear what is happening around your MediTrackGPS™. There is no voice indication that the call is in progress.
To turn off this function, please send: L0 to the device.

12. No Motion Alarm

Command: V1, xx S/M/H
Note: No spaces in between, S means seconds, M means minutes, H means hours, xx means the time you have set and must be in 2 digits.
Example:
V1,05M
If your MediTrackGPS® detects no motion for more then 5 minutes it will send a SMS warning alarm to all registered phone numbers.
To turn off this function, please send: V0

13. Turn off 2 LEDs

Command: LED1
The MediTrackGPS® will reply "LED off" and later the LEDs will stop flashing. But the device is actually still powered on.
To turn off this function, please send: LED0

14. To set number for Side Button

Command: X1 / X2 / X3 / X4 / X5
Example:
X1
Side button can be configured to call which number, if set X1 means it will call number A1. Default setting is X2, which means it will call number A2.

15. AGPS

Command: AGPS1, latitude, longitude
Example:
AGPS1,22.647606,114.022583
Assisted GPS (abbreviated as A-GPS) is a system that is often able to significantly improve the startup performance or time-to-first-fix (TTFF) and improve the GPS location to be more precise, of a GPS satellite-based positioning system.
To turn off this function, please send: AGPS0
Very Important: To be able to use AGPS function, user also needs to set APN, but GPRS can be switched off.

16. Fall Down Alarm

For the elderly who may fall and are unable to get back up on their own and this may cause a devastating accident.

How it works:

MediTrackGPS® must sense height, impact and angle etc. The height must be above 1 meter, and angle change over 45 degrees. The authorised numbers will be alerted without the user pressing the SOS button when the fall sensor is activated.
Due to daily life activities, (like some sports, sitting on a couch, etc.), sometimes the MediTrackGPS® may detect a fall incorrectly, this situation may cause a false alarm. However users can manually cancel the fall alert by pressing the SOS button during its beeping.
Very Important: Because it still has a few chances for the non-detected fall, we still strongly recommend user to press the SOS button when in a emergency situation.
Command: FL1,1 or FL1,2 or FL1,3 or FL1,4 or FL1,5 or FL1,6 or FL1,7 or FL1,8 or FL1,9
1 = most sensitive, 9 = less sensitive
Example:
FL1,1 = after sending FL1, MediTrackGPS® will send a SMS alarm to all registered phone numbers once a fall is detected.
SMS alarm and call for fall detection
Command: F12
After sending FL2, MediTrackGPS® will send a SMS alarm to all registered phone numbers once a fall is detected. It will also dial the 5 authorised numbers in sequence.
To turn off this function, please send: FL0

17. Outgoing Call Control

Command: CALL1
With this command, all registered numbers can receive the call from the device if the SOS alarm or fall alarm is activated.
Command: CALL0
With this command, all registered numbers cannot receive the call from the device if the SOS alarm or fall alarm is activated.

18. Disable SMS Alarm

Command: SMS0 
MediTrackGPS® only sends a alarm via GPRS to the platform and without SMS to the authorised numbers.
Enable SMS and GPRS alarms, just simply send SMS1 (default setting)

19. Check Settings

Command: status
The device will reply E.g. A+8613812345678 B13912345678 C13712345678; Speed: 0,100km/h; GEO:000; VB:1,10S; MV:1,100; LED:0; TZ:2.0; LI:1; PS:1; DS:0,3M; FL:1; Bat: 95%; S<S:0;LOCK:0
To recognise the meaning of "0" & "1"
The number "0" implies that the function is turned off; whilst "1" indicates that the function is turned on.

20. Reboot MediTrackGPS® 

Command: reboot
MediTrackGPS® will restart itself without changing any settings.

21. Initialization

Command: RESET!
Note: This is to make all settings back to the factory default.

MediTrackGPS® 5 Working Modes

1. Live Tracking Mode (1)

Command: PS0
In this mode, Both GSM and GPS chip are always working, Battery can last 18-24 hours.

2. Smart Power Saving Mode (2) (default working mode)

Command: PS1
In this mode, GPS chip is off when there is no movement or no phone usage/alarm/SMS. Battery life is not wasted when the device isn't moving. GSM/GPRS chip is always working to receive calls, SMS and transmits location.
The GPS chip is activated by motion, incoming calls and SMS.
Under normal use, Battery can last 3-7 days.

3. Deep Sleeping Mode (3)

Command: DS1 or DS1,xxM/H
Note: xx=00-99, M=Minutes, H=Hour
Both GSM and GPS chip will be off to save power, the device is unable to receive calls or SMS. It can only be activated by movement. Once movement is detected, it will run for the set time and sleep again if no movement is detected.
Battery can last 40 days if no movement at all.
To turn off this function, please send: DS0

4. Working Mode (4)

Command: Mode4
In this working mode, MediTrackGPS® can always receive SMS, Calls. But GPS chip will only wake up and update location to the tracking platform if user is to press button or receive phone call/text message. Without press button or phone call/text message, GPS chip will always sleep.

5. Time Interval Working Mode (5)

Command: Mode5,xxS/M/H
Note: xx=00-99, S=Second, M=Minute, H=Hour
Example:
Mode5,10M
Device will update location to the tracking platform every 10 minutes. In this working mode, MediTrackGPS® can always receive SMS, Call and it updates location to the tracking platform according to the time you set.

Real time tracking: www.smart-tracking.com

or find our app on Android and IOS: Smart-Tracking

Our web based tracking incorporated the TCP/IP protocol and allows users to monitor it in real time over the internet or sends an email to the predefined email address.

How to connect MediTrackGPS® to the Web Platform

Please contact MediTrackGPS® to setup your user ID and password for Web Platform and Android/IOS app login.

GPRS Settings by SMS

1. APN Setting

In order to use the GPRS function, the user needs to setup the APN by sending a SMS command to MediTrackGPS®.

Telstra APN Command: S1,telstra.iph
Aldi APN Command: S1,mdata.net.au
Optus APN Command: S1,internet
Vodafone APN Command: S1,live.vodafone.com

After sending the command, MediTrackGPS® will reply: Set APN OK! GPRS Connecting.

2. Set GPRS Time Interval by SMS

Command: TIxxS/M/H
The meaning of "xx", The setting must be in 2 digits and maximum 99 in value, which means 01-99.
xxS is the time interval in second with range (30-99)
xxM is the time interval in minute with range (01-99)
xxH is the time interval in hour with range (01-99)
Example:
TI01M
The device will reply "Set updating time interval OK!" and then the device will update the time by every 1 minute on the website.

3. Disable GPRS

Command: S0
The device will reply "GPRS OFF".

4. Reconnect GPRS

Reconnect the website via GPRS for real time tracking, please send: S2

5. Setting a Heartbeat Packet Reporting Interval

The heartbeat packet function is used to keep the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) connection open when the interval of scheduled GPRS reporting is long.
Command: HBxxM/H
Note: xx=00-99, M=Minute, H=Hour, the heartbeat packet function is only available for the PS1 and PS0 working mode.
Example:
HB01H
After sending the above command, MediTrackGPS® will send the GPRS heartbeat packet to the platform every 1 hour in PS1 and PS0 mode. The heartbeat function is used to keep the platform connection smooth, but GPS positioning data is invalid.
Command: HB00M
When the interval is 00, the heartbeat packet function is disabled.

6. Setting reporting time interval when No Movement

When device has no movement for 5 minutes, GPS chip go to sleep. The time to send data to platform can be configured by user. (Once MediTrackGPS® detects movement, the time to send data to the platform will be back to normal reporting time intervals (TIxxS/M/H) )
Command: NMxxM/H
Note: xx=00-99, M=Minute, H=Hour
Example:
NM90M
After send the above command, device will transmit data every 90 minutes to the platform when device has no motion.

7. Check APN & IP, Port

Command: G1
MediTrackGPS® will reply "APN: internet; Name: xxx; Password: xxx; Port: 5050; IP:www.smart-tracking.com"

8. Change IP & Port

Command: IP1,IP/domain name,port
Example:
IP1,103.21.211.11,5050 or IP1,www.smart-tracking.com,5050

9. Built-in Memory

MediTrackGPS® has a built-in 8Mb flash memory. It will store the GPS information when their is no GSM network coverage. (i.e., very low population density areas, some mountainous terrain, underground areas etc). The device will transmit GPS locations to the WEB server automatically once the GSM network is recovered.

10. Delete Stored Tracking History Data

Command: flush
The device will stop sending the stored tracking history data to tracking platform.

Cautions:
Please comply with the instructions to extend the life of your MediTrackGPS® 
1. Don't use or store your MediTrackGPS® in dusty places
2. Don't put your MediTrackGPS® in overheated or overcooled places
3. Clean your MediTrackGPS® with a piece of dry cloth. Don't clean with chemicals.
4. Don't disassemble your MediTrackGPS®
5. Using other batteries will casue damge to your MediTrackGPS®

MediTrackGPS® Specifications

Dimensions: 61mm x 43mm x 16mm
Weight: 40 grams
3G WCDMA Frequencies: HSPA 850/1900MHz & HSPA 900/2100MHz
GPS Chip: U-blox 7 (supports AGPS)
GPS Sensitivity: Cold Start: -148dBm - Hot Start: -162dBm
GPS Accuracy: <2.5m
Time to First Fix: Cold Start: 32s - Warm Start: 11s - Hot Start: 1s
Charging Voltage: 5V DC
Battery: Rechargeable 3.7V 800mAh
Standby Current: <2mAh
Storage Temperature: -40degrees to + 85degrees
Operation Temperature: -20degrees to +80degrees
Humidity: 5%-95% non-condensing

 

MediTrackGPS® is a registered trademark giving us the exclusive rights to that mark which allows us to take legal action to prevent others from using it.