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How does the car GPS tracker realize remote flame-out?

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Due to the rapid development of technology, some GPS trackers not only have the function of positioning and tracking, but also have the function of remote control. Users only need to log in to the management system on the APP or PC to observe the status of the vehicle in real-time. Once an abnormal condition of the vehicle happens, the vehicle can be remotely flame-out.

But how does car GPS tracker realize remote flame-out?

However, in order to realize the function of remotely cutting off oil and electricity, not only should the GPS tracker support this performance, but the following two conditions must also be met.

The wiring is correct.

It is necessary to distinguish the positive and negative lines of the GPS locator, and to ensure that the ACC and relay lines of the tracker are connected to the correct position, in order to achieve the function of power off and oil off.

The vehicle driving conditions.

If the vehicle is stolen and the owner needs to remotely cut off fuel and electricity, but it still should base on traffic safety regulations. In other words, when the vehicle is traveling fast, the GPS tracker naturally cannot cut off the fuel and electricity. If the user rushes to cut off the fuel and electricity of the vehicle while the vehicle is running at a high speed, the vehicle is likely to lose control and cause a traffic accident.

The general GPS tracker is to cut off the oil remotely, and the equipment should carry out when the vehicle speed is under 20km/h. The vehicle will continue to travel for a short distance after the gas or electricity has been cut off, and then it will stop slowly. The owner can call the police to find the vehicle in time after the vehicle has stopped. This function leaves most vehicle thieves at a loss, and also enhances the vehicle’s anti-theft capability, and reduces the risk of property loss.

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