The LandAirSea GPS Tracking Key is a pocket-sized vehicle-tracking device that constantly receives signal from 24 Department of Defense satellites and determines the location of the device within 2.5 meters. The unit records time of departure, speeds traveled, time of arrival along with addresses, and duration of stops, storing every second of travel activity up to 100 hours in the non-volatile flash memory.
Equipped with the LAS Past-Track software, the GPS Tracking Key uses Google Earth for displaying data as reports, animated street views, and satellite images. Compatible with Windows 7, 2000, XP, and Vista operating systems, the tracking device allows you to conveniently transfer the data to a computer via USB port.
The Tracking Key is powered by 2 AAA batteries with an average battery life up to 2 weeks (alkaline) and 3 weeks (lithium) for 2 hours of driving per day. The built-in motion detector sends the tracker into sleep mode after 2 minutes of non-movement, and saves battery life.
With a strong magnet (located at the bottom), the GPS tracker can be mounted in, on, or under the vehicle and other metal surfaces. Some of the applications for the Tracking Key include monitoring company vehicles used by employees, police investigations, and teenage tracking by parents.
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