In our previous articles, we have talked about some of the most popular GPS tracker manufacturers, such as Sinotrack and Coban, whose devices are widely used by our users and integrated into our platform. Today, we will be focusing on another major player in the GPS tracking industry - Concox.
With more than 15 years in the IoT industry, Jimi IoT& Concox is an industry leader in the design and production of connected devices that power improvements in connected industries like logistics and shipping, fleet management, car and e-bike rentals and insurance, industrial fabrication, personal security and many more.
At GPS-Trace, we have seen a growing number of users who have chosen Concox as their preferred GPS tracker manufacturer.
In fact, Concox is one of the top five most popular brands among our users!
Our users’ choice
Here are the top 5 most popular Concox devices that our users connect to our platform:
1️⃣ Concox GT06N
This GPS tracker is a tried-and-true solution that is ideal for private cars and fleet management. The device features remote cutoff of petrol and power, geo-fencing, SOS alarm, speeding alert, configurable tracking modes, as well as optional digital outputs for door detection, and a built-in 450mAh battery.
2️⃣ Concox WeTrack Lite
Another popular Concox device which is a best-in-class compact GPS tracker ideal for car rental, fleet management, and logistics. The device features a hidden LED, IPx5 waterproof casing, and multiple alarms.
3️⃣ Concox WeTrack2
Is a universal GPS vehicle tracker with a wide voltage range, allowing it to run equally well on electric cars, motorcycles, cars, and trucks. The device features SOS call, remote fuel/power cutoff, geo-fencing, speeding alert, historical data upload, configurable tracking modes, and more.
4️⃣ Concox GT06E
Is a 3G-ready GPS tracker ideal for fleet management. The device features remote cutoff of petrol and power, geo-fencing, SOS alarm, speeding alert, configurable tracking modes, as well as optional digital outputs for door detection, vehicle pinpoint by audio-visual alert, external power voltage, and more.
5️⃣ Concox OB22
Is a plug & play OBD port tracker using GSM and GPRS communication network along with GPS technology. The device features ignition status detection, multiple alarms, voice monitoring, and more.
These top 5 Concox devices are just a few examples of the high-quality GPS trackers that our users can connect to our platform.
We also provide a full list of integrated devices on our website, along with manuals and syntax for some SMS commands for configuration.
Where to buy Concox GPS trackers
If you’re interested in purchasing Concox GPS trackers, they can be found on various online marketplaces (Amazon, eBay, AliExpress) or you can contact our partners who can help you choose and install the right trackers. You can find a map of our partners on our website.
Set up your Concox gps tracker on GPS-Trace platform
To set up your Concox GPS tracker on the GPS-Trace platform, follow these simple steps:
Register for a free account on the GPS-Trace platform, if you haven’t already.
Log in to your Ruhavik or Petovik account and create a unit.
Choose “Concox” as the device type or select a specific device type from the list of available devices.
Enter the necessary device information, such as the tracker’s unique identifier (IMEI or serial number).
Configure your Concox GPS tracker to communicate with the GPS-Trace platform using the manufacturer’s instructions.
Once your device is successfully added, you can start tracking and monitoring it via the GPS-Trace platform. For more information on getting started with the application, refer to our How-to-start guide.
Should you encounter any issues with the application or tracker setup, please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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