The LMU-2000 is an economical, full-featured vehicle tracking product designed for easy and reliable installation in automobiles. The LMU-2000 is an ideal solution for automotive insurance, driver behavior management, auto rental, and easy-install fleet management and automotive applications.
The LMU-2000 full-featured tracking unit from CalAmp features a small size, superior GPS design, OBD-II interface, and a 3-axis accelerometer. These features enable the LMU-2000 to track vehicle speed and location, detect hard braking, cornering or acceleration in addition to a full set of fleet management features. Superior internal antennas for both cellular and GPS coupled with an OBD-II connector eliminate the need for professional installation and makes the LMU-2000 install quick, easy and inexpensive. Messages are transported across the cellular network using enhanced SMS or UDP messaging providing a reliable communications link between the device and your application servers. The LMU-2000 is designed to dramatically reduce cost of ownership, power and size while providing excellent field reliability.
The LMU-2000 employs CalAmp’s advanced industry leading on-board alert engine, PEG™ (Programmable Event Generator) to monitor external conditions and support customer-defined, exception-based rules to meet your application requirements. PEG monitors the vehicle environment and responds instantaneously to pre-defined threshold conditions related to time, date, motion, location, geo-zone, input and other event combinations. This behavior can be programmed by CalAmp before shipment, at a customer’s facility, or over-the-air once the unit has been fielded.
The LMU-2000 leverages CalAmp's management and maintenance system, PULS™ (Programming, Updates, and Logistics System), for over-the-air conguration parameters, PEG rules, and firmware. This out-of-the-box hands-free configuration and automatic post-installation upgrades can monitor unit health status across your customers' fleets to identify issues before they become expensive problems.
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- Set up our operator APN
- Set the username and password of APN operator
- Establish the server where we will connect
- Reset device
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