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MEITRACK T633L User Guide Change History File Name MEITRACK T633L User Guide Project T633L Creation Date Update Date 2019-04-11 2019-05-06

Copyright © 2019 Meitrack Group All rights reserved. - 2 - Subproject User Guide Total Pages 15

Hardware version V1.0 Software version V202 or later

Version V1.0 Confidential External Documentation MEITRACK T633L User Guide Contents 1 Copyright and Disclaimer ........................................................................................................................................... - 4 - 2 Product Introduction ................................................................................................................................................. - 4 - 2.1 Product Features........................................................................................................................................... - 4 - 2.1.1 Idling Detection.................................................................................................................................... - 4 - 2.1.2 Fatigue Driving Detection .................................................................................................................... - 4 - 2.1.3 Controlling Buzzer Sounds ................................................................................................................... - 4 - 3 Product Functions and Specifications ........................................................................................................................ - 5 - 3.1 Product Functions ......................................................................................................................................... - 5 - 3.1.1 Position Tracking .................................................................................................................................. - 5 - 3.1.2 Anti-Theft ............................................................................................................................................. - 5 - 3.1.3 Monitoring ........................................................................................................................................... - 5 - 3.1.4 Other Functions ................................................................................................................................... - 5 - 3.1.5 Functions of Optional Accessories ....................................................................................................... - 6 - 3.2 Specifications ................................................................................................................................................ - 6 - 4 T633L and Accessories ............................................................................................................................................... - 7 - 5 Appearance................................................................................................................................................................ - 8 - 6 First Use ..................................................................................................................................................................... - 8 - 6.1 Installing the SIM Card .................................................................................................................................. - 8 - 6.2 Charging the Device ...................................................................................................................................... - 9 - 6.3 LED Indicator ................................................................................................................................................. - 9 - 6.4 Configuring Device Parameters by Meitrack Manager ................................................................................. - 9 - 6.5 Tracking by Mobile Phone ............................................................................................................................. - 9 - 6.6 Common SMS Commands .......................................................................................................................... - 11 - 6.6.1 Setting the Speeding Alert(only work with OUT2 Port) – B07 ........................................................... - 11 - 6.6.2 Setting the Idling Alert – B14 ............................................................................................................. - 11 - 6.6.3 Setting Fatigue Driving – B15 ............................................................................................................. - 11 - 6.6.4 Setting the Driving License Type – C50 .............................................................................................. - 12 - 6.6.5 Setting the Duration of Buzzing(only work with OUT2 Port) – C51 .................................................... - 12 - 7 Logging In to MS03 Tracking System ........................................................................................................................ - 12 - 8 Installing the T633L .................................................................................................................................................. - 13 - 8.1 Installing GPS and 3G Antennas .................................................................................................................. - 13 - 8.2 Installing an I/O Cable ................................................................................................................................. - 13 - 8.3 Device Connection Diagram........................................................................................................................ - 15 - Copyright © 2019 Meitrack Group All rights reserved. - 3 - MEITRACK T633L User Guide 1 Copyright and Disclaimer Copyright © 2019 MEITRACK. All rights reserved. and are trademarks that belong to Meitrack Group. The user manual may be changed without notice. Without prior written consent of Meitrack Group, this user manual, or any part thereof, may not be reproduced for any purpose whatsoever, or transmitted in any form, either electronically or mechanically, including photocopying and recording. Meitrack Group shall not be liable for direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages (including but not limited to economic losses, personal injuries, and loss of assets and property) caused by the use, inability, or illegality to use the product or documentation. 2 Product Introduction The T633L is a brand new 4G vehicle tracker. This unit can connect to multiple accessories: RFID card reader, camera and LED Nixie Tube Display. In addition, it supports driving behavior analysis, fuel level monitoring and temperature monitoring and its performance has been significantly improved. 2.1 Product Features 2.1.1 Idling Detection When the device detects that the vehicle stops moving for a long time and the ACC is on, an idling alert will be generated and the buzzer will make sounds every 0.5 seconds. When the ACC is off or the vehicle starts moving, the device will exit the idling state and the buzzer will not make sounds. To implement this function, you must connect device's input 3 to ACC detection cable and output 2 to the buzzer, or connect device's input 3 to ACC detection cable and ensure that the magnetic card reader supports buzzer alerts. For details, see the section 6.6.2 "Setting the Idling Alert – B14." 2.1.2 Fatigue Driving Detection When the device detects that the driver has been driving a vehicle for a long time, a fatigue driving alert will be generated the buzzer will beep twice every 1 second. To implement this function, you must connect device's input 3 to ACC detection cable and output 2 to the buzzer, or connect device's input 3 to ACC detection cable and ensure that the magnetic card reader supports buzzer alerts. For details, see the section 6.6.3 "Setting Fatigue Driving – B15." 2.1.3 Controlling Buzzer Sounds When the device detects speeding, the buzzer will make sounds (BI-BI-BI-BI). To implement this function, you must connect device's output 2 to the buzzer or ensure that the magnetic card reader supports buzzer alerts. For details, see the section 6.6.1 "Setting the Speeding Alert(only work with OUT2 Port) – B07." Copyright © 2019 Meitrack Group All rights reserved. - 4 - MEITRACK T633L User Guide 3 Product Functions and Specifications 3.1 Product Functions 3.1.1 Position Tracking ● GPS + LBS positioning ● Real-time location query ● Track by time interval ● Track by distance ● Cornering report ● Track by mobile phone 3.1.2 Anti-Theft ● SOS alert ● GPS antenna cut-off alert ● External power supply cut-off alert ● GPS blind spot alert ● Remote vehicle fuel/power cut-off ● Engine or vehicle door status alert ● Towing alert ● Geo-fence alert 3.1.3 Monitoring ● Harsh acceleration and braking detection ● Idling detection ● Fatigue driving reminder and monitoring ● Speeding reminder and monitoring ● Driver authorization detection ● Fuel level monitoring ● Temperature monitoring 3.1.4 Other Functions ● SMS/GPRS (TCP/UDP) communication (Meitrack protocol) ● Built-in 8 MB buffer for recording driving routes (Store 4,096 GPRS cache records, 64 SMS cache records, and 65,536 GPS logs) ● Mileage report ● Low power alert for internal battery ● Build-in 3-axis accelerometer ● Over-the-Air (OTA) update Copyright © 2019 Meitrack Group All rights reserved. - 5 - MEITRACK T633L User Guide 3.1.5 Functions of Optional Accessories Optional Accessory Function Microphone & Speaker Two-way calling OR monitoring iButton Identify the driver ID and grant permission to start the vehicle. A53 resistive fuel level sensor Detect the fuel level.

A52 digital temperature sensor + A61 sensor box Detect temperature.

Copyright © 2019 Meitrack Group All rights reserved. - 6 - 2 RS232 ports RFID reader Identify the driver ID and grant permission to start the vehicle. Monitor driver attendance by RFID report. Ultrasonic fuel level sensor Detect the fuel level. 4 RS485 ports 2 camera ports Photographing and monitoring

2 A82 LED Nixie Tube Display ports Display driving speed in real time.

Magnetic/RFID Reader Ultrasonic Fuel Sensor Camera A82 LED Nixie Tube Display RS232-1 √ √ RS232-2 √ √ RS485-1 √ RS485-2 √ LED1_RS485 √ LED2_RS485 √ All above are the peripheral that T633L already supported. If necessary, Meitrack is capable of customizing any peripherals like cameras, ultrasonic fuel sensor, LED display connected to T633L as long as they support RS232/RS485. 3.2 Specifications Item Specifications Dimension 106 mm x 24.5 mm x 70 mm Weight 190g Power supply DC 11.4–36 V/1.5 A Backup battery 400 mAh/3.7 V Power consumption Current in sleep mode: 11 mA Operating temperature -20°C to 55°C Operating humidity 5% to 95% Working hour 45 hours in power-saving mode 4 hours in normal mode LED indicator Green indicator showing the GSM signal Blue indicator showing the GPS signal Button/Switch 1 SOS button (for sending SMSs or dialing) 1 power button Memory 8 MB byte Sensor 3-axis accelerometer (used to wake the device up by vibration and detect towing alerts) MEITRACK T633L User Guide Frequency band T633L-E: 2G GSM:B3(1800)/B8(900) 3G WCDMA:B1(2100)/B5(850)/B8(900) 4G FDD:B1(2100)/B3(1800)/B5(850)/B7(2600)/B8(900)/B20(800) T633L-A: 3G WCDMA:B2(1900)/B4(1700/2100)/B5(850) 4G FDD: B2(1900)/B4(2300)/B12(700) T633L-AU: 2G GSM:B2(1900)/B3(1800)/B5(850)/B8(900) 3G WCDMA:B1(2100)/B2(1900)/B5(850)/B8(900) 4G FDD:B1(2100)/B2(1900)/B3(1800)/B4(2300)/B5(850)/B7(2600)/B8(900)/B28(700) GPS sensitivity -163 dB Positioning accuracy 2.5m I/O port The device supports 3 digital input ports, 3 output ports, 2 AD input ports, and 1 1-Wire digital temperature sensor (iButton) interface by default. At most 9 negative input OR 7 positive ports, 8 output ports, or 4 AD input ports can be configured. For details, see the section 8.2 "Installing an I/O Cable." 2 RS485 ports (4 pins) for connecting to the LED Nixie Tube Display 2 RS485 ports (4 pins) for connecting to the camera 1 CAN bus interface (FMS protocol) 1 RS232 port (8 pins) for connecting to the magnetic card reader 1 extended RS232 port (4 pins) for connecting to the RFID reader 1 audio port (3.5 mm) 1 Micro USB port 4 T633L and Accessories T633L and standard accessories: ● T633L tracker ● External 4G antenna ● External GPS antenna ● I/O cable with an SOS button (2 meters) ● CD download card Optional accessories: ● USB cable ● iButton ● Relay (12 V/24 V) ● A53 fuel level sensor (voltage sensor) ● A52 digital temperature sensor ● RFID reader ● Magnetic reader ● Buzzer ● Camera Copyright © 2019 Meitrack Group All rights reserved. - 7 - MEITRACK T633L User Guide ● A82 LED Nixie Tube Display ● Speaker and microphone ● CANBUS convertor cable 5 Appearance 6 First Use 6.1 Installing the SIM Card 1. Loosen the screws, and remove the front cover of the device. 2. Insert the SIM card into the card slot with its gold-plated contacts facing towards the Printed Circuit Board (PCB). 3. Close the cover, and tighten the screws. Note: ● Power off the device before installing the SIM card. ● Ensure that the SIM card has sufficient balance. ● Ensure that the phone card PIN lock has been closed properly. ● Ensure that the SIM card in the device has subscribed the caller ID service if you want to use your authorized Copyright © 2019 Meitrack Group All rights reserved. - 8 - MEITRACK T633L User Guide phone number to call the device. 6.2 Charging the Device When you use the device for the first time, connect the device's GND (-Black) and Power (+Red) wires to 12 V or 24 V external power supply for charging. Ensure that the device is charged at least three hours. Eight hours are recommended. The device can be installed on a vehicle only after it is configured and tested. 6.3 LED Indicator Press and hold down the power button for 3–5 seconds to start the device. GPS Indicator (Blue) Steady on A button or an input is triggered. Blink (every 0.1 seconds) The device is being initialized or the battery power is low. Blink (0.1 seconds on and 2.9 seconds off) A GPS signal is received. Blink (1 second on and 2 seconds off) No GPS signal is received. 3G Indicator (Green) Steady on A call is coming in. Blink (every 0.1 seconds) The device is being initialized. Blink (0.1 seconds on and 2.9 seconds off) A base station signal is received. Blink (1 second on and 2 seconds off) No base station signal is received. 6.4 Configuring Device Parameters by Meitrack Manager This section describes how to use Meitrack Manager (version 6.0.0.11 or later) to configure the device on a computer. Procedure: 1. Install the USB driver and Meitrack Manager. 2. Connect the device to a computer by using the USB cable. 3. Run Meitrack Manager, then the following dialog box will appear: Turn on the device, then Meitrack Manager will detect the device model automatically and the parameter page will appear accordingly. For details about Meitrack Manager, see the MEITRACK Manager User Guide. 6.5 Tracking by Mobile Phone Call or send the 0000,A00 command by SMS to the device's SIM card number. The device will reply to an SMS with a map link. Copyright © 2019 Meitrack Group All rights reserved. - 9 - MEITRACK T633L User Guide Copyright © 2019 Meitrack Group All rights reserved. - 10 - Click the SMS link. The device's location will be displayed on Google Maps on your mobile phone. Note: Ensure that the device's SIM card number has subscribed the caller ID service. Otherwise, the tracking function by mobile phone will be unavailable. SMS example: Now,061314 10:36,V,26,0Km/h,96%,http://maps.meigps.com/?lat=22.513781&lng=114.057183 The following table describes the SMS format: Parameter Description Remarks Now Indicates the current location. SMS header: indicates the current location or the alert type.

061314 10:36 Indicates the date and time in MMDDYY hh:mm format. None

V The GPS is invalid. A = Valid V = Invalid 26 Indicates the 3G signal strength. Value: 1–32 The larger the value is, the stronger the signal is. If the value is greater than 12, GPRS reaches the normal level. 0Km/h Indicates the speed. Unit: km/h 96% Indicates the remaining battery power. None

http://maps.meigps.c om/?lat=22.513781&l ng=114.057183 Indicates the map link. Latitude: 22.513781 Longitude: 114.057183 None None

MEITRACK T633L User Guide 6.6 Common SMS Commands 6.6.1 Setting the Speeding Alert(only work with OUT2 Port) – B07 SMS sending: 0000,B07,Driving speed,Buzzer mark SMS reply: IMEI,B07,OK Description: Driving speed: The parameter value ranges from 0 to 255. Unit: km/h. When the driving speed is 0, the speeding alert will be disabled. When the buzzer mark is 0 (default) and speeding is detected, the buzzer will make sounds to alert users. When the buzzer mark is 1 and speeding is detected, the buzzer will not make sounds. Example: Sending: 0000,B07,40,0 Reply: 353358017784062,B07,OK 6.6.2 Setting the Idling Alert – B14 SMS sending: 0000,B14,Duration of low speed,Driving speed,Alert time SMS reply: IMEI,B14,OK Description: Duration of low speed: The parameter value ranges from 0 to 60000. The default value is 900. Unit: second. Driving speed: The parameter value ranges from 0 to 200. The default value is 5. Unit: km/h. Alert time: The parameter value ranges from 0 to 60000. The default value is 120. Unit: second. If you want to read idling parameters, send 0000,B14. Example: Sending: 0000,B14,180,5,120 Reply: 353358017784062,B14,OK 6.6.3 Setting Fatigue Driving – B15 SMS sending: 0000,B15,Consecutive driving time,Alert time,ACC off time SMS reply: IMEI,B15,OK Copyright © 2019 Meitrack Group All rights reserved. - 11 - MEITRACK T633L User Guide Description: Consecutive driving time: The parameter value ranges from 0 to 1000. The default value is 240. Unit: minute. Alert time: The parameter value ranges from 0 to 60000. The default value is 300. Unit: second. ACC off time: The parameter value ranges from 0 to 1000. The default value is 20. Unit: minute. If you want to read fatigue driving parameters, send 0000,B15. Example: Sending: 0000,B14,180,5,120 Reply: 353358017784062,B14,OK 6.6.4 Setting the Driving License Type – C50 SMS sending: 0000,C50,Driving license type 1,Driving license type 2,...Driving license type n SMS reply: IMEI,C50,OK Description: Driving license type: The parameter value ranges from 0 to 65535. At most 16 types of driving licenses are supported. The default parameter value is 0, indicating that no driving license type is set. If you want to read all types of driving licenses, send C50. After a new parameter value is set, the existing parameter values will be deleted. Example: Sending: 0000,C50,24,12 Reply: 353358017784062,C50,OK 6.6.5 Setting the Duration of Buzzing(only work with OUT2 Port) – C51 SMS sending: 0000,C51,Time SMS reply: IMEI,C51,OK Description: Time: indicates the maximum duration that the buzzer sounds. Unit: minute; value range: 0–255; default value: 10. When the parameter value is 0, the buzzer will sound all the time once it is pressed. Example: Sending: 0000,C51,10 Reply: 353358017784062,C51,OK For details about SMS commands, see the MEITRACK SMS Protocol. Note: 1. The default SMS command password is 0000. You can change the password by using Meitrack Manager and SMS command. 2. The device can be configured by SMS command with a correct password. After an authorized phone number is set, only the authorized phone number can receive the preset SMS event report. 7 Logging In to MS03 Tracking System Visit http://ms03.trackingmate.com, enter the user name and password, and log in to the MS03. (Purchase the login account from your provider.) For more information about how to add a tracker, see the MEITRACK GPS Tracking System MS03 User Guide (chapter 4 "Getting Started"). The MS03 supports the following functions: Copyright © 2019 Meitrack Group All rights reserved. - 12 - MEITRACK T633L User Guide ● Track by time interval or distance. ● Query historical trips. ● Set polygonal geo-fences. ● Bind driver and vehicle information. ● View various reports. ● Send commands in batches. ● Support OTA updates. For details, see the MEITRACK GPS Tracking System MS03 User Guide. 8 Installing the T633L 8.1 Installing GPS and 3G Antennas Connect the 3G antenna to the connector which is labeled "GSM". The 3G antenna is non-directional, so you can hide it in any place of a vehicle. Connect the GPS antenna to the connector which is labeled "GPS". It is recommended that the antenna is facing up to the sky and the antenna side with words is downwards. Secure the antenna by using double sided tapes. Note: Do not install the GPS antenna at a metal covered place. 8.2 Installing an I/O Cable The I/O cable is a 12-pin cable, including the power, analog input, digital temperature sensor input, and negative/positive input and output interfaces. 1 11 Power(+) Output 2 2 GND(-) Copyright © 2019 Meitrack Group All rights reserved. - 13 - 3 5 7 9 Input1 Input2 Input3 Fuel sensor 4 6 8 10 12 GND(-) Output3 AD input 1 Output 1 1-wire Pin Number Color Description 1 (Power +) Red Positive charge of the power input, connected to the positive charge of the vehicle battery. Input voltage: 11.4–36 V. 2 (GND) Black Ground wire, connected to the negative charge of the vehicle battery or to the negative terminal. 3 (Input 1) White Digital input 1, negative trigger (SOS button by default) 4 (GND) Black Ground wire, connected to input 1 (SOS button) 5 (Input 2) White & Digital input 2 (negative trigger) brown Connect to a door trigger signal cable to detect vehicle door status. (Most Chinese, Korean, and Japanese cars are negative edge- triggered.) The port can be set to positive trigger, AD input 3 (0–30 V), or output 5. 6 (Output 3) Yellow & red Output 3 Valid: low level (0 V) MEITRACK T633L User Guide Invalid: open collector Maximum voltage for output open collector (invalid): 40 V Maximum current for output low voltage (valid): 500 mA Connect to an external relay to remotely cut off the vehicle fuel cable or engine power supply. The port can be set to positive or negative input 6. 7 (Input 3) White & red Copyright © 2019 Meitrack Group All rights reserved. - 14 - Digital input 3 (positive trigger) Connect to the vehicle ACC cable by default to detect the vehicle ACC status. The port can be set to negative trigger, AD input 6 (0–30 V), output 6. 8 (AD Input 1) Blue Analog input 1 with 12-bit resolution and valid voltage 0–30 V Connect to an external sensor, such as the fuel level sensor. The port can be set to positive or negative input 4 or output 7. 9 (Fuel level sensor input) Blue & brown Analog input 2 with 12-bit resolution and valid voltage 0–30 V There is a white plug on the AD cable, and the cable is connected to the A53 fuel level sensor by default. The port can be set to positive or negative input 5 or output 8. 10 (Output 1) Yellow Output 1 Valid: low level (0 V) Invalid: open collector Maximum voltage for output open collector (invalid): 40 V Maximum current for output low voltage (valid): 400 mA Connect to an external relay to remotely cut off the vehicle fuel cable or engine power supply. The port can be set to positive or negative input 7. 11 (Output 2) Yellow & brown Output 2 Valid: low level (0 V) Invalid: open collector Maximum voltage for output open collector (invalid): 40 V Maximum current for output low voltage (valid): 400 mA Connect to an external relay to remotely cut off the vehicle fuel cable or engine power supply. The port can be set to positive or negative input 8. 12 (1-wire, Digital temperature sensor or iButton input port) Green TTL3.3V level Connect to the A52 digital temperature sensor or iButton by default by using the A61 sensor box. The port can be set to negative input 9 or output 4. Note: The DC or AC voltage that is greater than 3.3 V is not allowed. Otherwise, the device may be damaged. Noted: Based on all above, T366L could support at most 9 digital inputs, 8 outputs, 4 AD ports: MEITRACK T633L User Guide Set to DIN high level trigger Set to DIN low level trigger Set to AD Set to output Pin 3(white) √(IN1) Pin 5(White&Brown) √(IN2) √(IN2) √(AD3) √(OUT5) Pin 6(Yellow&Red) √(IN6) √(IN6) √(OUT3) Pin 7(White&Red) √(IN3) √(IN3) √(AD6) √(OUT6) Pin 8(Blue) √(IN4) √(IN4) √(AD1) √(OUT7) Pin 9(Blue&Brown) √(IN5) √(IN5) √(AD2) √(OUT8) Pin 10(Yellow) √(IN7) √(IN7) √(OUT1) Pin 11(Yellow&Brown) √(IN8) √(IN8) √(OUT2) Pin 12(Green) √(IN9) √(OUT4) 8.3 Device Connection Diagram If you have any questions, do not hesitate to email us at info@meitrack.com. Copyright © 2019 Meitrack Group All rights reserved. - 15 -


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