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  • Made-in-India asset tracker
  • Uses GPS, GSM, and GPRS to track assets globally
  • Applications: fleet management, logistics, asset security, personal safety, industrial optimization, field service management, and wildlife research and protection

Battery Life
6 Hours
Product Dimensions
84 x 80 x 32 mm
Item Model Number
HashStudioz Technologies
Country of Manufacturing
Item Weight
200 grams


  • Intelligent data acquisition
  • GPS super tracking sensitivity
  • Low power consumption
  • It uses a 32-bit ARM processor for efficient operation.
  • Supports over-the-air (OTA) parameter


  • An internal GPS antenna is included.
  • GPS operates on the L1 band at 1575.42 MHz and has 22 tracking and 66 acquisition channels.
  • The GPS has a super-tracking sensitivity of -165dBm.
  • GPS horizontal positional accuracy is autonomous, with an accuracy of less than 2.5 meters CEP.
  • The GPS module supports DGPS, AGPS, and SBAS (WAAS/EGNOS/MSAS/GAGAN) for enhanced accuracy.


  • An internal GSM antenna is included.
  • It operates on quad-band GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz for wide coverage.
  • GPRS supports multi-slot Class 12 with a maximum data rate of 85.6 Kbps for both uplink and downlink.


  • The device includes self-diagnostic features and is rated IP-68, indicating it is dust-tight and water-resistant.
  • It has 4 digital inputs, 2 digital outputs, and 1 analog input, making it versatile for various applications.
  • The input voltage range is 9-36V DC, allowing it to work with a wide range of power sources.
  • It supports multiple IP and domain configurations.
  • It includes internal flash memory to store approximately 32,000 positional logs.
  • The device comes with a standard 800 mAh Li-ion battery for backup power.

Use cases of GSM/GPRS/GPS Tracker

  1. Vehicle Tracking:
    • Fleet Management: Businesses such as Amazon use trackers to monitor and optimize vehicle fleet performance, ensuring timely deliveries, reducing fuel costs, and improving driver safety.
    • Stolen Vehicle Recovery: GPS trackers used by police departments can help locate and recover stolen vehicles quickly.
  2. Asset Tracking:
    • Construction Equipment: Trackers help construction companies monitor the location and usage of expensive equipment, preventing theft and misuse.
    • Shipping Containers: Shipping companies use GPS trackers to monitor container location and condition during transit.
  3. Personal Tracking: Parents can use trackers to ensure their children's safety by monitoring their location in real time. Also, caregivers can track elderly family members to provide assistance when needed.
  4. Wildlife Conservation: Researchers and conservationists use GPS trackers to monitor wildlife movements and behaviours, protecting endangered species.
  5. Sports and Fitness: Athletes and fitness enthusiasts use GPS trackers to monitor their workouts, track routes, and measure performance metrics like speed and distance.
  6. Courier and Delivery Services: Couriers and delivery companies use trackers to provide real-time package tracking and delivery status updates to customers.
  7. Environmental Monitoring: Researchers use GPS trackers to monitor environmental conditions and study phenomena like weather patterns, ocean currents, and seismic activity.
  8. Search and Rescue Operations: In emergency situations, GPS trackers can pinpoint the location of individuals or groups in need of rescue, such as hikers or boaters in distress.
  9. Agriculture: Farmers use GPS trackers to monitor farm equipment movement, optimize planting and harvesting operations, and track livestock.
  10. Security Services: Security companies can use trackers to monitor security personnel's movement, ensuring they are patrolling designated areas.
  11. Tourism and Hospitality: Tour operators and hotels may offer GPS trackers to tourists for guided tours or to help them navigate unfamiliar locations.
  12. Geofencing and Alerts: Tracking can be configured to create virtual boundaries (geofences) and send alerts when a tracked object or person enters or exits these boundaries.
  13. Personal Safety: Hikers, campers, and mountaineers can carry personal GPS trackers for safety purposes, especially in remote or potentially dangerous areas, allowing them to call for help if needed.


Q1: What is a GSM/GPRS/GPS tracker, and how does it work?
  • A1: The GSM/GPRS/GPS Tracker is a device that combines GPS, GSM, and GPRS technologies to track the real-time location of assets or individuals. It uses GPS to determine its location and then sends this data via GSM/GPRS to a server or a designated device, allowing you to monitor and track its movements.
Q2: What are the main features of this tracker?
  • A2: Key features include a 32-bit ARM processor, support for over-the-air (OTA) parameter configuration and firmware upgrades, high GPS sensitivity, quad-band GSM operation, IP-68 rating for dust and water resistance, digital inputs/outputs, and more.
Q3: How accurate is the GPS tracking with this device?
  • A3: The GPS module in this tracker has a super tracking sensitivity of -165dBm and offers horizontal positional accuracy of less than 2.5 meters CEP, making it highly accurate for tracking purposes.
Q4: Can I use this tracker internationally?
  • A4: Yes, the tracker operates on quad-band GSM frequencies (850/900/1800/1900MHz), making it compatible with GSM networks worldwide, allowing you to track assets or individuals globally.
Q5: How long does the battery last, and can it be powered by a vehicle's battery?
  • A5: The device comes with a standard 800 mAh Li-ion battery for backup power. It can also be powered by a vehicle's battery, as it has an input voltage range of 9-36V DC, making it suitable for different power sources.
Q6: Can I configure alerts and notifications with this tracker?
  • A6: Yes, you can configure alerts and notifications, including geofencing alerts, which notify you when the tracker enters or exits predefined areas. This feature is useful for asset security and personal safety.
Q7: Can this tracker be used for personal safety and emergency situations?
  • A7: Yes, individuals can carry personal GPS trackers for personal safety purposes, especially in remote or potentially dangerous areas. These trackers allow users to call for help or share their location in emergencies.
Q8: How do I install and set up this tracker for my specific needs?
  • A8: Installation and setup instructions are typically provided by the manufacturer in the user manual. It may involve connecting the device to a power source, configuring parameters, and registering the device on a tracking platform.


Q1. What is the purpose of a 4G-LTE RS-485 Modbus Gateway with 5 Digital Inputs?
  1. A1: The 4G-LTE RS-485 Modbus Gateway with 5 Digital Inputs is designed to enable communication between remote devices using Modbus protocol over a 4G-LTE network. It also allows monitoring of up to 5 digital input signals with a minimum read time of 0.5 seconds.
Q2. Is it possible to expand the number of digital inputs?
  1. A2: No, the 4G-LTE Modbus Gateway is designed with a fixed number of 5 digital inputs. In case more inputs are needed, you may need to use additional gateways or external devices to aggregate and communicate signals.
Q3. What are the main features of the 4G-LTE RS-485 Modbus Gateway?
  • A3: The main features of this gateway include:
    • 4G-LTE connectivity for remote communication
    • RS-485 interface for connecting Modbus devices
    • 5 digital input channels for monitoring signals
    • Support for Modbus RTU and Modbus ASCII protocols
    • Built-in SIM card slot for mobile network connectivity
    • Secure and reliable communication with encryption and authentication
Q4. Is the gateway compatible with all Modbus devices?
  • A4: The gateway supports both Modbus RTU and Modbus ASCII protocols, making it compatible with a wide range of Modbus devices. For specific compatibility details, consult the gateway's documentation or contact the manufacturer.
Q5: How can digital inputs be utilized?
  • A4: The 4G-LTE Modbus Gateway has 5 digital input channels that can monitor the status of various devices or signals. For example, they can monitor the status of sensors, switches, alarms, or any other digital signal. It is possible to configure the input channels to trigger specific events or actions based on detected signal changes.
Q6. Can the gateway be accessed remotely for configuration and monitoring?
  • A6: Yes, the 4G-LTE Modbus Gateway can be remotely accessed through the mobile network connection. There are many methods for remotely configuring, monitoring, and retrieving data, including web-based interfaces, APIs, or specific software provided by the manufacturer.
Q7. What is the power supply requirement for the 4G-LTE Modbus Gateway?
  • A7: Typically, the gateway operates on a 12V DC power supply, but it's always recommended to refer to the product's specifications or user manual for accurate power supply requirements.
Q8. Does the gateway offer any security features?
  • A8: Yes, the 4G-LTE Modbus Gateway has built-in security features to protect communication and data integrity. These include encryption, authentication, and secure protocols to ensure a secure connection between the gateway and the connected devices.