This device receives the real-time data from a Bluetooth (BT) enabled OBD device and transmits it to a cloud server automatically through GSM network. The location is also sensed using a built-in GPS sensor. There is no other equipment required and the device plugs into a standard USB port for power. This device is wirelessly paired using to a Tracars 101 device plugged into the OBD port of a car or van through Bluetooth connection. If you already own a BT enabled OBD device and using it to connect to a mobile app, we may be able to pair – talk to us!
On-Board Diagnostics (OBD) was introduced in the early 80’s and it refers to a car’s self-diagnostic and reporting capability. Modern cars provide real-time data from the car’s computer in addition to a standardized series of diagnostic trouble codes. It is a completely free information about the health of the car’s engine and various sub-systems. The amount of information varies between cars and models but the most important data to analyse the health of the car is available for most modern vehicles.
Tracars 201 model collects the real-time data from a Bluetooth-enabled OBD device and stream them into the cloud server automatically whenever the vehicle is operating. The data from your vehicle is displayed in a web application to manage your fleet – whether you own a single car or a fleet, you connect with each of them. The device can be easily installed and removed so you are in complete control over when and where you want to track a car or a van.