103 RS GPS Tracker User Guide
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REWIRE SECURITY
103-RS / 103-RS+ GPS TRACKER
DETAILED USER GUIDE
VER. 3.0
Thank you for purchasing 103-RS. Please read this manual carefully before
using this product. Please note that product specifications and information in
this user guide are subject to changes without prior notice. Any changes will be
integrated in the latest release. The manufacturer assumes no responsibility for
any errors or omissions in this document.
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Contents
1. Summary .......................................................................................................4
2. Applications ..................................................................................................4
3. Hardware Description ...................................................................................4
4. Accessories ....................................................................................................6
5.Specifications ..............................................................................................7
6. Operating Instructions ...................................................................................7
6.1 Installation .................................................................................................................................... 7
6.2 SIM CARD Installation .............................................................................................................. 10
6.3 Turn on the 103-RS. ................................................................................................................... 10
6.4 GSM/GPS LED Indicator ........................................................................................................... 10
6.5 Startup ........................................................................................................................................ 11
6.6 Changing your tracker's password .............................................................................................. 11
6.7 Authorization .............................................................................................................................. 12
6.8 Simple SMS Text Message Locating ......................................................................................... 13
6.9 Interval tracking.......................................................................................................................... 14
6.11 GPS drift suppression ............................................................................................................... 15
6.12 Exact street address by SMS .................................................................................................... 16
6.13 Cell-ID tracking (LBS) ............................................................................................................. 16
6.14 Voice surveillance .................................................................................................................... 17
6.15 Data logging ............................................................................................................................. 17
6.16 Data upload............................................................................................................................... 19
6.17 Forwarding incoming SMS messages ...................................................................................... 19
6.18 Sim card balance check ............................................................................................................ 20
6.19. Alarms ..................................................................................................................................... 20
6.19.1 Low battery alarm.............................................................................................................. 21
6.19.2 Power off alarm ................................................................................................................. 21
6.19.3 SOS alarm.......................................................................................................................... 21
6.19.4 Geo-fence .......................................................................................................................... 21
6.19.5 Multi-area management ..................................................................................................... 21
6.19.6 Movement alarm................................................................................................................ 22
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6.19.7 Over speed alarm ............................................................................................................... 24
6.19.8 Accident alarm (For RS+ model only): ............................................................................. 24
6.19.9 ACC/ignition alarm ........................................................................................................... 25
6.20 Remote immobilizing ............................................................................................................... 25
6.21 Arm........................................................................................................................................... 26
6.22 Disarm ...................................................................................................................................... 26
6.23 Remote Controller (For RS+ model only) ................................................................................ 26
6.24. Alarms under Arm State .......................................................................................................... 27
6.24.1 door alarm.......................................................................................................................... 27
6.24.2 Shock Sensor alarm ........................................................................................................... 27
6.24.3 ACC alarm ......................................................................................................................... 27
6.25. Silent Mode ............................................................................................................................. 28
6.26. GSM network blind spot alarm ............................................................................................... 28
6.27 Status enquiry. .......................................................................................................................... 29
6.28 Hardware reset .......................................................................................................................... 29
6.29 Imei number request ................................................................................................................. 30
6.30 Time Setting ............................................................................................................................. 30
6.31 TCP/UDP switch ...................................................................................................................... 30
6.32 GPRS Setting ............................................................................................................................ 30
6.33 GPRS economy mode............................................................................................................... 32
6.34. Switching between “SMS” and “GPRS” modes ..................................................................... 32
7. Troubleshooting ..........................................................................................33
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1. Introduction
1.1 103-RS can locate remote targets or vehicles by using Geographic
Positioning System and send instant SMS or Internet reports to the user by
using GSM and GPRS network. It is an ideal security and information
solution for your vehicle as it is able to send real time alerts and position
information or even immobilize your vehicle remotely in seconds.
1.2 Features
 12v - 24v power support.
 Supports SMS/GPRS/Internet Network data transmission .
 External GSM and GPS antennas.
 Remote voice surveillance through external microphone.
 SMS location reports via google maps support.
 600maH backup battery.
 Remote immobilizing via fuel or power cut-off.
2. Applications
 Vehicle rental, Fleet Management
 Motorbike tracking
 Professional vehicle tracking
 Vehicle security
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3. Hardware Description
1- GSM Antenna connector
7- Shock sensor port
2- SIM card slot
8- Harness Port
3- SIM card slot Pop-up switch
9- GSM/GPS LED
4- MicroSD slot
10- Backup battery switch
5- Microphone jack
11- Remote controller antenna
6- GPS Antenna connector
( RS+ model only)
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4. Accessories
NO.
NAME
NOTE
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GPS Antenna
3 meters
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GSM Antenna
3 meters
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Microphone
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PICTURE
Harness
1.5 meters
10 PIN
12V/40A (24V/40A
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Relay
upon request)
Optional for both RS
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Shock sensor
and RS+ models
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Siren
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Remote controller
RS+ MODEL ONLY
RS+ MODEL ONLY
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5.Specifications
Content
specifications
DIM.
83*54*26mm
Weight
120g
Network
GSM/GPRS
Band
850/900/1800/1900Mhz
GPS Module
SIRF3 chip
GPS Sensitivity
GPS Accuracy
-159dBm
5m
Cold start 45s
GPS Start time
Warm start 35s
Hot start 1s
Voltage of car
12 V -24V
power system
Backup battery
Chargeable 3.7V 600mAh Li-ion battery
Storage Temp.
-40°C to +85°C
Operation Temp.
-20°C to +65°C
Humidity
5%--95% non-condensing
6. Operating Instructions
6.1 Installation
6.1.1 Please ensure the installation is performed by a qualified and experienced
technician. Rewire Security does not accept liability for any damages caused
due to incorrect installation.
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6.1.2 On first installation, do not site your device in its final position. Start with
just setting up your device by installing the sim card, connecting GPS & GSM
antennas and leaving it in a location with uninterrupted view of the sky. Once
your 103-RS is switched on and ready to use, test the functions you would like
to use and finally install it to its final position.
6.1.3 Do not install this device in places where it is likely to be exposed to
excessive heat, water or dust.
6.1.4 Find the 10 PIN harness and insert it into the corresponding holes.
Connect the wires with the original car circuit showing below:
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Wiring diagram
6.1.5 Note: The orange wire should be connected to the siren (optional),
however, it can also be connected to your vehicle's horn .
6.1.6 Check if the type of your vehicle's door trigger is positive or negative
trigger. Please connect the green wire to the door control circuit if it is
positive, and connect the blue wire if it is negative.
6.1.7 If you wish to use the reset and SOS button, install it where the driver can
easily reach.
6.1.8 Insert the shock sensor plug (RS+ model, optional) into the sensor jack
6.1.9 Insert the external Microphone into the microphone jack and place the
microphone to your desired location.
6.1.10 Connect the GPS and GSM antenna to the corresponding connector. Find
an appropriate place and fix the antennas. Under the front dashboard is
the most ideal location to fit the antennas. Thick metal surfaces (e.g.
bonnet) will degrade the GPS signal and reduce accuracy. Therefore,
antennas should be installed under or as close as possible to windows,
windscreen or plastic surfaces.
6.1.11 If you wish to use the remote immobilizing function, the circuit breaker
relay unit must be installed to the cable that provides +12v power to the
starter motor. The thick red wire should be connected to 12+ power side
(usually coming from the fusebox) and the thick yellow wire should be
connected to the starter motor side. This way the power circuit to the
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starter motor will be completed through the circuit breaker relay unit.
The thin yellow wire that goes to the relay unit from your tracker is the
relay control switch. The thin white cable on the relay unit must be
connected to 12+ to power the relay unit.
6.2 SIM CARD Installation
6.2.1 Use tweezers or a screwdriver to push the SIM CARD ejector switch, the
SIM CARD slot will pop up. Remove the sim card tray and install your
sim card. Now you can install the sim card tray back to its position.
6.2.2 Ensure that your SIM card has been activated and the PIN code request is
disabled. If you are using a contract sim card and would like to use GPRS
(live) tracking, make sure your SIM card's internet is enabled.
Ensure that caller id display is enabled on your phone as 103-RS will not be
able to respond to messages or calls from private numbers.
6.3 Turn on the 103-RS
6.3.1 Connect the positive(red) and negative (black) wire to 12v or 24v power
source, wait for 1 minute after connecting power to make sure 103-RS is
operating normal, then turn on the backup battery switch.
6.4 GSM/GPS LED Indicator
6.4.1 Red LED indicator on: No GSM network signal.
6.4.2 Fast flashing Red LED : GSM Network signal is good and 103-RS is
working in GSM mode
6.4.3 Slow flashing Red LED : GSM Network signal is good and the 103-RS is
working in GPRS mode.
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6.4.4 Green LED indicator on: GPS fix is established.
6.4.5 Green LED indicator off: GPS module is searching for satellite signal.
6.5 Initialization
Note: When reading this manual, you will notice that we have used "+"
and "space" between some words;
"+" between two words means they should be written together as one
word and "space" between two words means you should leave one
character space between two words. Commands are written in this
format to avoid errors as some commands may consist of few words
written as one word or separated by a space.
e.g.:
sleep+123456+space+shock
to 103-RS as following :
- This command should be sent
sleep123456 shock
6.6 Changing your tracker's password
6.6.1 Send SMS "password+old password+space+new password" to
103-RS to change the password. e.g password123456 888888 . 103-RS will
reply: “password OK”. If you forget your password, you can restore it to the
default password using the command
adminpassword13142324
Please note that you only need to change your password if you intend to
share your 103-RS's phone number with third parties and do not wish to give
them access to its settings.
Example : password123456 99999
Response: password OK
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6.7 Authorization
4.1 You have to add your phone number as the authorized number if you wish to
receive any alerts or scheduled reports. If you only wish to use this device for
tracking via SMS or GPRS, you can skip the authorization process.
Authorization can be done in two different ways:
4.2 A: Dial 103-RS's phone number 10 times from your mobile phone and it
will register your mobile phone number as the authorized number automatically.
Please note that each time you dial it, the 103-RS will hang your call after 2
seconds and reply with a location SMS message.
4.3 B: Send SMS “admin+password+space+phone number” to set up an
authorized number. All the other authorized numbers must be set by the first
authorized number. You will receive “admin OK” reply once the command
has been executed.
Example:
admin123456 07776665554
Response: admin OK
Depending on make / model of your phone, you may after switching the ignition
off need to authorize your phone number with the country code. If you notice
you do not get any alarms or text reports after calling your tracker, please
authorize your phone number including the country code as shown below ;
Example: admin123456 +447776665544
Response: admin OK
Please note that when entering in international format, the first 0 of your phone
number should be dropped. So 07776665544 should be entered as
+447776665544 in international format.
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Once a number is authorized, 103-RS will only respond to SMS single
locating phone calls from the authorized number. However, it will still respond
to commands send from any phone number as long as the correct password is
entered. If you notice that 103-RS is not responding with an SMS after you call
it's phone number, this is very likely to be caused by an error in authorization.
When that's the case, you can revert 103-RS to factory defaults by sending
begin123456
command or check the command you have sent for
authorization and retry it again with the correct format.
4.4 Delete authorization: Send SMS “noadmin+password+space+authorized
4.5 number” to delete the authorized number.
Example: noadmin123456 +447776665544
Response: noadmin ok
6.8 Easy SMS Text Message Locating
If there aren't any authorized numbers set-up, 103-RS will reply to all calls
with a location report. If there are authorized numbers set-up, only authorized
numbers will be able to receive location reports from 103-RS.
The SMS text message will include co-ordinates, current speed, time and
date. It will also contain a direct Google Map link for smartphone users.
Once you click on the link, it will instantly open up Google Map for you to see
the location of your vehicle.
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*If you request your 103-RS's location when it
does not have sufficient GPS signal, it will
respond with text message but will not contain
any co-ordinates. Once it acquires enough GPS
signal it will send another text message with its
latest co-ordinates.
If the SMS position you have
received from your 103-RS starts with "last", this means it does not have a
current GPS fix and the position you have received is from the last location
where it had a GPS fix.
6.9 Interval Tracking
103-RS can send automatic location reports at preset intervals. If SMS mode is
active, reports will be sent as SMS text messages. If GPRS tracking mode is
active, location report updates will be uploaded to the online tracking server.
6.9.2 Continuous interval tracking:
Send SMS “fix030s***n+password” to the 103-RS, it will reply the
latitude & longitude continuously at 30 seconds fixed intervals.
Note: Minimum interval setting is 10s.
Example: fix030s***n123456
Please note that you will not get a response for this message.
6.9.3 Smart interval tracking:
6.9.3.1 Please set "Continuous interval tracking" before selecting this function.
Send "distance+password+space+distance". 103-RS will reply "Distance
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ok" and it will start uploading its location at pre selected time intervals and
distance.
Example: distance123456 0050
Response: distance OK
This means that distance is 50 meters; the number must be 4 digits. This will
configure the 103-RS to send its location every 50 meters.
6.9.3.2 To set this function on web server: Set time interval first and then
distance interval, 103-RS will locate upon time and distance.
6.9.4 To cancel interval tracking : Send SMS “nofix+password” to 103-RS to
cancel the interval tracking.
Example: nofix123456
6.10 Automatic position updating with movement angle
7.1 103-RS will update the positions automatically to the web server once the
vehicle changes driving direction over pre set angle value to form a smooth
trajectory consistent with the actual road. This function is only effective in
GPRS mode.
7.2 Send "angle+password+space+angle" to 103-RS, it will reply" angle ok".
7.3 The angle must be 3 digits, default angle value is 30 degrees.
Example: angle123456 45
Response: angle ok
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6.11 GPS drift suppression
GPS signal can be effected with many factors like weather and location.
Surrounding buildings or trees can reduce GPS signal strength. Clouds also
degrade the signal and the locating accuracy may drop, causing your 103-RS to
show up in different locations in a 50 meter radius time to time. If you are using
live (GPRS) tracking you may notice your 103-RS doing 20-50meter jumps on
your map when the vehicle is actually stationary. GPS drift suppression is used
to avoid this. When activated, 103-RS will stop sending GPRS data to live
tracking server when the ignition is OFF. GPRS drift suppression also helps
with sim card economy as the GPRS mobile data will only be used while the
vehicle is moving.
8.1 This function is switched "OFF" by default. Send "suppress+password" to
103-RS to activate, it will reply" suppress drift ok". The GPS data will stop
updating if the vehicle is stationary. GPS data will update automatically once
vehicle starts moving. Please note that the ACC (ignition) detection wire (white)
on your tracker should be connected for this function to work.
Example: suppress123456
Response: suppress ok
8.2 To cancel: send "nosuppress+password" to 103-RS.
Example : nosuppress123456
6.12 Exact street address by SMS
You must set the APN of your GSM network provider for the SIM card used
in 103-RS before using this function. If your local GSM network requires
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user name and password for GPRS, please set it up according to the GPRS
instructions in chapter VII. Send SMS “address+password” to 103-RS after
APN has been set up and it will reply in exact address including street name.
Example: address123456
Response: 20a Park street, clifton, bristol, bs1 5ja
6.13 Location based service (LBS)
If 103-RS is unable to establish a solid GPS fix, it will calculate its location
using Cell-id info. Location reports will include the GPS co-ordinates of the
last known position as well as a LAC code. Entering the LAC code to the
"Manual Track" menu of your web tracking platform will enable you to see
103-RS's current location. You can also send command "address+password"
to 103-RS to request exact address. 103-RS will automatically switch to
tracking by LBS in GPRS mode. Accuracy of LBS (also known as Cell-id
tracking) depends on the distance to the nearest GSM Network Cell Tower
or Base Station. In urban areas this accuracy varies between 25-100 meters.
6.14 Voice surveillance
103-RS is in Tracking mode by default. When voice surveillance mode is
activated, it will automatically answer incoming calls rather than replying with
its location information.
To activate the monitor mode, send SMS "monitor+password" to 103-RS.
It will reply "monitor ok" and switch to "monitor" mode.
Example:
monitor123456
Response: monitor OK
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Do not forget to switch back to tracker mode once you have finished using
the voice surveillance. When 103-RS is in monitor mode it will stop updating its
position and it will shut the GPS module "OFF". To change back to tracker
mode use command "tracker+password"
Example: tracker123456
Response: tracker OK
6.15 Data logging
15.1 Auto logging:If 103-RS loses GSM or GPRS signal, it can store the
tracking position and alerts automatically on to the flash drive upon the
pre-set conditions. When GSM signal is acquired, all the event alerts will
be auto-sent to authorized numbers and the live tracking server.
15.2 Logging at preset intervals: Send SMS: “save030s005n+password” to
103-RS, it will reply “save ok”, and will log the lat, long locations every
30 seconds for 5 times. (S: second, m: minute; h: hour).
Example: save030s005n123456
Response: save ok
15.3 Continuous logging:Send SMS:”save030s***n+password” to 103-RS, it
will reply
“save ok”.
Example: save030s***n123456
Response: save ok
15.4 Logging Clearance: send SMS: “clear+password” to 103-RS, it will reply
“clear ok”.
Example: clear123456
Response: clear ok
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15.5 Logging Volume: Built-in flash 1MB (store about 16,000 positions). This
volume can be expanded by using a Micro SD card which can be inserted into
slot provided. Please refer to section 3.3 to see where micro SD card needs to
be inserted.
A 2GB card would be sufficient for up to 10 months.
15.6 Data logging function also enables you to use your 103-RS as a GPS
logger. You can download the location data to your PC by using the free
PC software provided, through USB connection.
6.16 Data upload
16.1 Auto Upload: If there is no GSM reception, 103-RS will save all GPS data
to its built-in memory and upload this information to the live tracking server
automatically when the GSM reception is back to normal. This way tracking
data won't get lost while driving through areas with no or low GSM reception.
If you do not wish to use this feature, you can turn it "OFF" by sending the SMS
command "autoload+password+space+off"
Example: autoload123456 off
Response: autoload off OK
16.2 Specified date Load: Send SMS: “load+password+space+year month
date” to 103-RS. It will reply: “load ok” and will upload the tracking data
of the specified time/date.
Example: load123456 20110425
Response: load ok
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6.17 Forwarding received SMS messages
17.1 103-RS can forward incoming messages from pre-set phone numbers . To
activate this function, send "forward+password+space+third party phone
number" from an authorised phone number. 103-RS will reply "forward
ok", and start forwarding SMS messages coming from that number. Only
one number can be set-up for SMS forwarding.
Example: forward123456 07776665544
Response: forward ok
17.2 To cancel SMS forwarding send SMS command "noforward+password".
Example: noforward123456
Response: no forward ok
6.18 SIM card balance check
Send
SMS
command
number+space+code"
"balance+password+space+carrier’s
phone
to the tracker, it will forward the content to the
specified phone number and return the content from the specified phone
number.
Example: balance123456 0262 check
Ps: This function assumes that the GSM Network provider has the option
where you can check your Sim Card’s balance by sending a command to a
specific number; which is 0262 in this example.
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6.19. Alarms
6.19.1 Low battery alarm
When the voltage of the 103-RS is near 3.6V, it will send SMS “low
battery+lat./long” information to authorized numbers twice in 3 minutes
intervals.
6.19.2 Power off alarm
When the external power to 103-RS is cut off or at 0V, 103-RS will send
SMS “power alarm+lat./long.” to authorized numbers twice in 3 minutes
intervals.
6.19.3 SOS alarm
Press and hold the SOS button for 3 seconds and the 103-RS will send 3
SMS reports to all authorized numbers.
6.19.4 Geo-fence
1.1 This function allows you to create safety zones of your choice. When
103-RS enters or leaves this pre-determined zone, it will send geo-fence
alarm warning to authorized numbers.
When 103-RS stays immobile in a place for 3-10 minutes, you can send
SMS “stockade+password+space+latitude,longitude;latitude,longitude” to
103-RS to set the zone. In case of a breach, it will send SMS
“stockade!+location” to authorized numbers every 3 minutes. It will stop
sending alarm once it returns back to the zone.
Note: The first latitude & longitude is coordinate of the top left corner of the
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Geo-fence, while the second latitude & longitude is the coordinate of the
bottom right corner.
Example: stockade123456 51.460959, -2.622643; 51.456842, -2.604446
You can obtain co-ordinates of any location from Google Maps by clicking
on desired location and selecting "what's here?"
1.2 To Cancel: Send SMS “nostockade+password” to deactivate this function.
If you are using live tracking on our server www.gpslive.co.uk , geo-fence
zones can also be created online.
Example: nostockade123456
6.19.5 Multi-area management
2.1 To Set an Area for multi-management
Send SMS command
"area+password+space+latitude,longitude+space+areaname,distanceM" to
103-RS(distance unit: M for meter, K for kilometer). 103-RS will reply
"area01ok".
Example: area123456 22.353648,113.543678 school,800M
Response: area ok
Note: 5 areas at most and the distance between two points can't be less than
the total distance in the 2 commands. Different areas can't cover each other.
2.2 Delete areas
Send SMS command:"noarea+password+space+area name", 103-RS will
reply:"noarea ok".
Example: noarea123456 school
Response: noarea ok
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2.3 Rename and set distance
Send
SMS
command
"rename+password+space+old
name;new
name,distanceM" to 103-RS. If name is not repeated and area doesn't cover
other areas, it will reply "rename ok!" if configuration was successful.
Example: rename123456 area01;school,800M
The new area name will be "school", and will covers area of a radius of 800
meters.
2.4 Activate multi-area management
Send SMS command "area+password+space+on" to 103-RS and it will reply
"Area on ok!". When 103-RS enters the pre set area, it will send SMS "area
location" to all authorized phone numbers, and it will send same SMS when
goes out of the area.
Example: area123456 on
Response: area on ok
2.5 Deactivate Multi-area management
Send SMS command "area+password+space+off" to 103-RS, it will reply
"area off ok!"
Example: area123456 off
Response: area off ok
6.19.6 Movement alarm
3.1 Set up: when 103-RS stays immobile in a place for 3-10 minutes with GPS
signal reception you can send SMS “move+password+space+0200” to
103-RS. This will activate the movement alert with an area radius of 200
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meters. Maximum radius limit is 999 meters. 103-RS will reply “move OK”.
In case of such a movement it will reply SMS "move+location" to
authorized numbers at 3 minutes intervals.
Example: move123456 0250
Response: move ok
Note: Setting the radius less than 100 meters may result in false movement
alert. The fault alert occurs if GPS position is miscalculated due to bad GPS
reception. Inaccurate GPS reading will cause the 103-RS to think that it is
in a different location, possibly further from its current location, thus the
processor will accept this as a movement and trigger the movement alarm.
However, this may only occur if the 103-RS is installed improperly in a
place where it can't receive good signal.
3.2 To Cancel: Send SMS “nomove+password” to deactivate the movement
alarm.
Example: nomove123456
Response: nomove ok
6.19.7 Over speed alarm
4.1 Over speed alarm will be triggered when 103-RS exceeds speed limit
predetermined by you. Setup: Send SMS “speed+password+space+speed”
to 103-RS and it will reply “speed ok!”. This means that you have set up
over speed alarm successfully.
Example: speed123456 080
.
080 refers to 80km/h. When your vehicle's speed exceeds 80km/h, 103-RS
will send SMS “speed+080!+ location” to authorized numbers.
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4.2 Cancel: Send SMS “nospeed+password” to deactivate the over speed alarm.
Note: Recommended minimum setting for over speed alarm is 30km/s.
Example: nospeed123456
Response: nospeed ok
6.19.9 ACC/ignition alarm
6.19.9.1 This function is switched "OFF" by default. To activate, send
"ACC+password" to 103-RS, it will reply "ACC ok" and send "ACC
on+latitude & longitude" to authorized numbers when the ignition of the
vehicle has been switched "ON"; and it will send “ACC off+latitude &
longitude" to authorized numbers, which means the ignition of the vehicle is
"OFF".
Example: acc123456
Response: acc ok
6.19.9.2 Send SMS command "noACC+password" to disable this function.
Example: noacc123456
6.20 Remote immobilizing
Send command “stop+password” to 103-RS. Once the immobilize function
has been executed, it will reply “Stop engine Succeed”. It will remain
immobile until you send command to resume the fuel supply. Before using
the stop command, please select execute immediately mode or normal
mode;
Example: stop123456
Response: Stop engine succeed
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6.20.3 Resume the Fuel and Power System
Send “resume+password" to 103-RS, it will reply "Resume engine
succeed", this means
the 103-RS will now resume the fuel & power supply.
Example: resume123456
Response: Resume engine succeed
6.21 Arm
6.21.1 Set up arm by SMS
Send SMS command “arm+password” to your 103-RS. It will reply
“Tracker is activated” and it will enter armed state if it is currently disarmed.
You will only be able to "arm" your 103-RS's alarm if the ignition is "OFF"
and the doors are closed. If not, you will receive the following response
from 103-RS :
“set up fail! please turn off ACC”
Example: arm123456
Response: tracker is activated
6.21.2 Set up arm by remote controller (RS+ model only)
Press
button on the remote controller, the 103-RS will enter armed
state and the siren will beep once.
6.22 Disarm
6.22.1 Disarm by SMS
Send SMS command "disarm + password" to your 103-RS, It will reply
“Tracker is deactivated” 103-RS will enter disarmed state.
Example: disarm123456
Response: tracker is deactivated
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6.22.2 Disarm by remote controller (RS+ model only)
Press
button on the remote controller and the 103-RS+ will enter
disarmed state. The siren will been twice.
6.23 Function of Remote Controller (RS+ model only)
Button
Function
Descriptions
ARM
Press for 0.5 second, the siren will beep one time.
DISARM
Press for 0.5 second, the siren will beep two times.
ARM & Silent
mode
Press for 0.5 second when it is in disarm state, the siren will
beep three times. In silent mode the siren will not work even if an alarm is
triggered.
SOS
Press for 3 seconds, 103-RS will send SOS alert to authorized phone numbers.
Deterrence/car
locate
Press for 0.5 second when it is in arm state, siren will beep 10 seconds, press
disarm button
to stop.
6.24. Alarms under Arm State
6.24.1 Door alarm
103-RS will send SMS “Door alarm+lat/long” to authorized numbers in 3
minutes intervals when a door has been opened; Siren will sound for 30
seconds, and circle again with 20 seconds intervals. Send SMS command
“disarm+password” to stop.
Example:
disarm123456
6.24.2 Shock Sensor alarm (default with RS+, optional with RS model)
103-RS will send SMS “Sensor alarm+lat/long” to authorized numbers in 3
minutes intervals when the sensor is triggered in arm status; Siren will
sound for 5 seconds. Send SMS command “disarm+password” to stop .
Example:
disarm123456
6.24.3 ACC alarm
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103-RS will send SMS “ACC alarm+lat/long” to authorized numbers in 3
minutes intervals when the ignition is switched on, Siren will sound for 30
seconds, and circle again with 20 seconds intervals. Send SMS command
“disarm+password” to stop.
Example:
disarm123456
6.25. Silent Mode
6.25.1 Set up silent mode by SMS
Send SMS “silent+password” to 103-RS, it will reply “silent ok!”.103-RS
will enter silent mode, the siren will be deactivated but it will still send sms
alerts to authorized numbers.
Example: silent123456
Response: silent ok!
Quit silent mode send SMS “loud+password” to the 103-RS, it will reply
“loud ok!”.
Example: loud123456
6.25.2 Activate silent mode using remote controller (RS+ model only)
Silent mode
Press for 0.5 second when it is in disarm state, the siren
will beep three times. In silent mode the siren will not
work even if an alarm is triggered.
Quit silent mode Press
in disarm state for 0.5 second again, siren will
beep two times, and quit from silent mode.
6.26. GSM network blind spot alarm
If 103-RS has no GSM reception, siren will still work if an alarm is
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triggered (door, sensor, ACC), however SMS alarm reports will only be
sent when the GSM reception is back to normal.
6.27 Status enquiry
Send SMS command “check+password” to the 103-RS in the vehicle, It
will reply with the status of the power, battery, GPS, ACC, door, GSM
signal, fuel level, apn, server ip address and port to authorized numbers.
Power: ON/OFF
Battery: 100%
GPRS: ON/OFF
GPS: OK/NO GPS
ACC: OFF/ON
Door: OFF/ON
GSM Signal: 1-32
Oil: 0.00% (fuel level, requires optional ultrasonic fuel sensor)
APN: uk.lebara.mobi
IP: 178.159.0.78 PORT: 10200
6.28 Hardware reset
6.28.1 SMS Reset
Send SMS “reset+password” to 103-RS to reset the GSM module and GPS
module, it will reply “reset ok”.
Example: reset123456
Response: reset ok
6.28.2 Using reset button
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Press the reset button for 1 second, hardware of 103-RS will reset.
6.29 Imei number request
Send SMS command "imei+password" to 103-RS. E.g. Send SMS
command "imei123456" to 103-RS and it will reply with it's 15 digit imei
number.
Example: imei123456
Response: 359710055647863
6.30 Time setting
6.30.1 Send SMS command “time+space+zone+password+space+time” to
103-RS, It will reply “time OK”
Example:
time zone123456 0
(0 is gmt 0 UK time zone)
Response: time ok
6.30.2 If your country time zone is minus, send the time zone with a "-" symbol.
Example: time zone123456 -8
Response: time ok
6.31 TCP/UDP switch
Command:"gprs+password,1,1"
switch to UDP mode.
Command: "gprs+password,0,0" switch back to TCP mode, this is the
default mode. If you would like to use our own server www.gpslive.co.uk,
you do not have to change this setting.
6.32 GPRS Setting
GPRS tracking mode allows 103-RS to upload its location data to a web
server at preset intervals.
APN , Update intervals and server's ip address must be configured to be able
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to use GPRS (live internet) tracking.
6.32.1 APN SETTING
6.33.1.1 APN stands for Access Point Name and differs with each GSM
network. For more information, contact your local SIM card network operator.
Send SMS “APN+password+space+APN”, 103-RS will reply “APN OK” if
succeeded.
Example: apn123456 orangeinternet
Response: apn ok
Note: orangeinternet is the APN code for pay as you go services of Orange
GSM network. the APN varies with different GSM network operators in
different countries, please check with your local GPRS network operator to
get the correct APN. See examples below for some UK networks.
apn123456 data.lycamobile.co.uk
->lyca mobile UK
apn123456 uk.lebara.mobi
-> Lebara UK
apn123456 everywhere
-> ee pay as you go
6.32.2 APN User Name and password Setup
Most networks do not require password authentication while setting up the
APN. However, if your network requires this setting please configure as
following:
Send SMS “up+password+space+user+space+password”, If succeeded,
103-RS will reply “user, password ok!”.
Example: up123456 data user
Note: 123456 is password of 103-RS, data is the user name for GPRS login,
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user is the password for GPRS login.
6.32.3Server IP and Port Setup
6.33.3.1. This setting will configure the 103-RS to upload its location to the
selected live tracking server.
Send SMS “adminip+password+space+IP+space+port” to 103-RS. It will
reply “adminip ok” if succeeded
Example: adminip123456 178.159.0.78 10200
Response: adminip ok
Note: 178.159.0.78 is the IP address of default server www.gpslive.co.uk
and 10200 is the port.
6.33 GPRS economy mode
5.1 With this feature after switching the vehicle ignition off 103-RS will enter
GPRS economy mode and close the GPRS (mobile internet) connection.
It will automatically reconnect once the ignition is turned back ON.
5.2 To activate this function: Send "less gprs+password on", 103-RS will reply
"less gprs on ok".
Example: less gprs123456 on
Response: less gprs on ok
5.3 To deactivate: Send "less gprs+password off".
Example: less gprs123456 off
Response: less gprs off ok
Please note that the ignition (ACC) detection wire must be connected to
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your vehicle's ignition for this feature to work.
6.34. Modes Switch between “SMS” and “GPRS”
6.34.1 103-RS is in SMS mode by default.
6.34.2 To activate GPRS mode, send SMS “GPRS+password” to 103-RS, and it
will reply “GPRS ok!”
Example:
gprs123456
Response: GPRS ok!
6.34.3 Send SMS “SMS+password” to 103-RS, it will reply “SMS ok!” and
restore to “SMS” mode.
7. TROUBLESHOOTING
Faults
Solution
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No LED light
Please make sure 103-RS is wired correctly & receiving
power from the 12 or 24v source
First check the LED lights on 103-RS. If 103-RS is
Receiving power , no dial tone means there is no GSM.
1- Check if the sim card you are using is active.
No dial tone
2- Ensure the GSM & GPS antennas are installed the
right way around.
3- Test the sim card in a mobile phone and see if the
network you are using does not have any reception
issues in your area.
First ensure there is dial tone when you call 103-RS's
No response to Sim number. If there is a dial tone, there are two possible
Text commands causes for 103-RS not to respond to your commands;
1- There is no balance/credit in the sim card you are using.
2- You are using a wrong password
(default:123456)
1- If there is an authorized phone number registered,
No location report 103-RS will only respond to authorized phone numbers
SMS after calling with SMS location reports.
103-RS
2- Ensure that you are not calling from a witheld or
private phone number.
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1- If your 103-RS is showing up in the middle of the
ocean just outside the gulf of guinea, it hasn't sent any
data or position co-ordinates to the server and it is
currently on default , zero coordinate position. Please
check your APN, GPRS server ip / port and interval
settings. Most common reason for this issue is the APN
Wrong position settings. Some networks may have a few different APN
In GPRS mode settings for different sim cards or bundles. We
(internet/ live
recommending contacting your sim network provider to
Tracking Server) obtain the correct APN information.
2- If your 103-RS is still showing up at a previousl
location, this means it hasn't sent any position data to the
Online tracking server since you have left that location.
If this is a persistent problem, your 103-RS may not be
receiving sufficient GPS signal, and that may cause
delayed position update.
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1- Check if the position report starts with the word "Last".
If so, this means that 103-RS hasn't established a GPS fix
since and it is showing the last position it did have a solid
Wrong position GPS fix.
In SMS mode
2- If the co-ordinates on position report are showing 0 ,
this means that 103-RS hasn't established a GPS fix yet.
Move your 103-RS to a position with clear line of sight
with the sky to allow it to establish its first GPS fix.
Terms and Conditions for the sale of Goods by REM Trading LTD
Contents:
1. Our contract with you
2. Changes to order or terms
3. Delivery of goods
4. If the goods are faulty
5. Seller’s guarantee of goods
6. Price and payment
7. Our liability to you
8. Your cancellation rights
9. Our cancellation rights
10. Information about us and how to contact us
11. How we may use your personal information
12. Other important terms
1. OUR CONTRACT WITH YOU
1.1 These are the terms and conditions on which We supply Goods to you.
1.2 Please ensure that you read these Terms carefully, and check that the details on the
Order and in these Terms are complete and accurate, before you submit the Order. If you
think that there is a mistake, please contact Us to discuss, and please make sure that you
ask Us to confirm any change in writing to avoid any confusion between you and Us.
1.3 We consider that these Terms and the Order constitute the whole agreement between
you and Us.
1.4 When you sign and submit the Order to Us, this does not mean We have accepted your
order for Goods. Our acceptance of the Order will take place as described in clause
1.5 If We are unable to supply you with the Goods, We will inform you of this in writing
and We will not process the order. These Terms will become binding on you and Us when
We issue you with a written acceptance of an Order OR We contact you that We are able to
provide you with the Goods, which We will also confirm in writing to you, at which point a
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contract will come into existence between you and Us.
1.6 If any of these Terms conflict with any term of the Order, the Order will take priority.
1.7 We shall assign an order number to the Order and inform you of it when We confirm
the Order. Please quote the order number in all subsequent correspondence with Us relating
to the Order.
1.9 The images of the Goods on Our website OR in Our catalogue or brochure are for
illustrative purposes only. Although We have made every effort to display the colors
accurately, We cannot guarantee that your computer‘s display of the colors OR the printed
pictures accurately reflect the color of the Goods. Your Goods may vary slightly from those
images. Although We have made every effort to be as accurate as possible, however all
sizes, weights, capacities, dimensions and measurements indicated on Our website OR in
Our catalogue or brochure have a 2% tolerance.
2. CHANGES TO ORDER OR TERMS
2.1 We may revise these Terms from time to time in the following circumstances:
(a) Changes in how We accept payment from you;
(b) Changes in relevant laws and regulatory requirements
2.2 If We have to revise these Terms under clause 2.1, We will give you at least
one month‘s written notice of any changes to these Terms before they take effect. You can
choose to cancel the contract in accordance with clause 11.
3. DELIVERY OF GOODS
3.1 Please note that timescales for delivery and delivery charges will vary depending on the
availability of the Goods and your address. Please allow for extra time for deliveries to the
Scottish Highlands and Islands OR Ireland.
3.2 We will contact you with an estimated delivery date. Occasionally Our delivery to you
may be affected by an Event Outside Our Control.
3.3 Delivery of an Order shall be completed when We deliver the Goods to the
address you gave Us.
3.4 If We are not able to deliver the whole of the Order at one time due to
operational reasons or shortage of stock, We will deliver the Order in installments.
We will not charge you extra delivery costs for this. However, if you ask Us to deliver the
Order in installments, We may charge you extra delivery costs. Each installment shall
constitute a separate contract governed by these terms. If We are late delivering an
installment or one installment is faulty, that will not entitle you to cancel any other
installment.
3.5 The Goods will be your responsibility from the completion of delivery.
3.6 You own the Goods once We have received payment in full.
4. IF THE GOODS ARE FAULTY
As a consumer, you have legal rights in relation to Goods that are faulty or not as described.
5. SELLER‘S GUARANTEE OF GOODS
5.1 We guarantee that on delivery and for a period of 12 months from delivery, the Goods
shall be free from material defects. However, this guarantee does not apply in the
circumstances described in clause 5.2.
5.2 This guarantee does not apply to any defect in the Goods arising from:
(a) Fair wear and tear;
(b) Willful damage, abnormal storage or working conditions, accident, negligence by you
or by any third party;
(c) If you fail to operate or use the Goods in accordance with the user instructions;
(d) Any alteration or repair by you or by a third party who is not one of Our authorized
repairers;
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(e) Incorrect installation by you or by a third party who is not one of Our authorized
installers; and
(f) Any specification provided by you.
5.3 This guarantee is in addition to your legal rights in relation to the Goods that are faulty
or not as described.
6. PRICE AND PAYMENT
6.1 The price of the Goods will be set out in Our price list in force at the time We confirm
your Order. Our prices may change at any time, but price changes will not affect Orders
that We have already confirmed with you.
6.2 It is always possible that, despite Our best efforts, some of the Goods We sell may be
incorrectly priced. We will normally check prices as part of Our dispatch procedures so that,
where the Goods‘ correct price is less than Our stated price, We will charge the lower
amount when dispatching the Goods to you. If the Goods‘ correct price is higher than the
price stated on Our site. We will contact you to tell you and for your instructions. If the
pricing error is obvious and unmistakeable and could have reasonably been recognized by
you as a mispricing, We do not have to provide the Goods to you at the incorrect (lower)
price.
6.3 Where We are providing Goods to you, you must make payment for Goods in advance
by credit card, debit card, paypal or bank transfer.
7. OUR LIABILITY TO YOU
7.1 If We fail to comply with these Terms, We are responsible for loss or damage you suffer
that is a foreseeable result of Our breach of the Terms or Our negligence, but We are not
responsible for any loss or damage that is not foreseeable. Loss or damage is foreseeable if
they were an obvious consequence of Our breach or if they were contemplated by you and
Us at the time we entered into this contract.
7.3 We only supply the Goods for domestic, private and business use. However, we have no
liability to you for any loss of profit, loss of business, business interruption, or loss of
business opportunity.
8. YOUR CANCELLATION RIGHTS
8.1 Before the Goods are delivered, you have the following rights to cancel and Order for
Goods including where you choose to cancel because We are affected by an Event Outside
Our Control or We change these Terms under clause 3.1 to your material disadvantage:
(a) You may cancel any Order for Goods at any time before We dispatch the Goods.
(b) If you cancel an Order under clause 8.1 (a) and you have made any payment in advance
for Goods that have not been delivered to you, We will refund these amounts to you.
(c) Unfortunately, if you cancel an Order for Goods under clause 8.1 (a) and We have
already dispatched your Goods to you, We will not be able to cancel your Order until it is
delivered. In this case, if you return the Goods to Us, we will have to charge you the cost of
collection or you will have to pay the cost of returning the Goods back to Us. This will not
affect your refund for the Goods, but any charge for collection will be deducted from the
refund that is due to you.
9. OUR CANCELLATION RIGHTS
If We have to cancel an Order for Goods before the Goods are delivered:
(a) We may have to cancel an Order before the Goods are delivered, due to an Event
Outside Our Control or the unavailability of stock. We will promptly contact you if this
happens.
(b) If We have to cancel an Order under clause 9(a) and you have made any payment in
advance for Goods that have not been delivered to you, We will refund these amounts to
you.
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10. INFORMATION ABOUT US AND HOW TO CONTACT US
10.1 We are a company registered. Our company registration number is 9451681 and Our
registered office is Chandos mews, 34b chandos road, Redland, Bristol, BS6 6PF.
10.2 If you have any questions or if you have any complaints, please contact Us.
You can contact Our customer service team by emailing Us at info@rewiresecurity.co.uk
10.3 If you wish to contact Us in writing, or if any clause in these Terms requires you to
give Us notice in writing (for example, to cancel the contract), you can send this to Us by
e-mail,by hand or by pre-paid post to Chandos mews, 34b chandos road, Redland, Bristol,
BS6 6PF OR info@rewiresecurity.co.uk. We will confirm receipt of this by contacting you
in writing.If We have to contact you or give you notice in writing, We will do so by e-mail,
by hand, or by pre-paid post to the address you provide to Us in the Order.
11. HOW WE MAY USE YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION
11.1 We will use the personal information you provide to Us to:
(a) provide the Goods;
(b) process your payment for such Goods; and
(c) inform you about similar products or services that We provide, but you may stop
receiving these at any time by contacting Us.
11.2 We will not give your personal data to any other third party.
12 OTHER IMPORTANT TERMS
12.1 We may transfer Our rights and obligations under these Terms to another organization,
and We will always notify you in writing if this happens, but this will not affect your rights
or Our obligations under these Terms.
12.2 This contract is between you and Us. No other person shall have any rights to enforce
any of its terms. However, the purchaser of your property will have the benefit of the
guarantee at clause 6.1 if you transfer it to them, but We and you will not need their consent
to cancel or make any changes to these Terms.
12.3 Each of the paragraphs of these Terms operates separately, If any court or relevant
authority decides that any of them are unlawful, the remaining paragraphs will remain in
full force and effect.
12.4 If We fail to insist that you perform any of your obligations under these Terms, or if
We do not enforce Our rights against you, or if We delay in doing so, that will not mean
that We have waived Our rights against you and will not mean that you do not have to
comply with those obligations. If We do waive a default by you, We will only do so in
writing, and that will not mean that We will automatically waive any later default by you.
12.5 These Terms are governed by English law. You and We both agree to submit to the
non-exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.
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