Monday, December 5, 2016

The GPS Tracking Key II: Product Spotlights & Review!

The Tracking Key II is a GPS tracking device that records location data every second. It is a date logger that provides historical trip information. While it does not provide real-time monitoring, it also comes with a small one-time fee, unlike other devices that come with a monthly subscription.

Recently upgraded, the Tracking Key II offers greater battery life, universal computer compatibility and free online mapping so you know precisely where, when, and how fast the device traveled from one place to another.

The GPS Tracking Key II Features 

Simply retrieve device when ready to review stored data (USB download) on Tracking Key® II GPS device. Store data on your personal computer (Mac or PC) or in the Cloud using LandAirSea’s newest Flashback Online Software.

Past-Track, the GPS Tracking Key's companion software package.

Feature set:

  • Enhanced battery life – over 10 days of GPS tracking
  • PC & Mac compatible
  • Online web-based Flashback software using Google Maps
  • Cloud-based storage (extra fee applies)
  • GPS Accuracy within 2.5 meters
  • Records GPS data every second
  • Records complete vehicle/asset movement history including:
    • Routes Traveled
    • Stops
    • Duration of Stops
    • Physical Addresses
    • Direction/orientation
    • Active driving time
    • Speeds
    • Powerful magnet mount
    • Use internationally
  • No monthly fees
  • 24 hour Tech support
  • 1-year warranty

Best uses: Need to track your teen, track your assets, or track your fleets? The Tracking Key II is the product for you!

Design and Usability

The Tracking Key  is made mostly out of plastic but comes with a metal magnetic mount, which lets you position the unit anywhere inside or outside of a vehicle. The Tracking Key runs on two AAA batteries, lasts for up to 60 hours of continuous driving time, and stores up to 140 hours of data; it also has a sleep mode that it uses when the vehicle isn't in motion. The case is water resistant.

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