The new and improved TrackPort 2.0 is the easiest way to track a car or truck without worrying about battery life. Just plug the device into your cars OBD-II (On Board Diagnostic) port. Normally located under the drivers side dash, this port has been standard on all vehicles sold in the United States since 1996. Use your vehicles existing port to supply uninterrupted power to your tracking device. Switching cars? Unlike traditional hardwired tracking devices, this OBD GPS tracker can be easily moved from one vehicle to another with no tools and no effort. Its completely "plug and play." We've added two exciting new features to the TrackPort 2.0: Our Track View app is now available for both Android and iPhone users. Enjoy a better, more intuitive tracking experience on your mobile device. Plus, desktop and laptop users can now take advantage of Rapid Track, which lets you switch to an even faster tracking speed for brief intervals when you need it most. The BrickHouse Security Tracking platform delivers real-time updates once a minute. Know where the TrackPort is at any time, view where its been, and run reports on the vehicles behavior from anywhere you have a web connection. Set up geofences to receive alerts via text message or email when your vehicle enters or exits specific areas you choose. Access everything directly from your PC or any smartphone.Once your tracker has been plugged in, it may take up to 24 hours for it to connect to Verizon and begin reporting. Also note that this unit does not track outside the US. BrickHouse Security does not support the illicit use of GPS tracking devices. This product is offered for the express purpose of securing personal or company property, and ensuring the safety of individuals with their consent.
The iTrail GPS data logger is a tiny way to track what matters most. Running for up to 120 hours on a single charge, this device can be hidden in a car or in a bag and, once recovered, will give you a detailed history of where it has been. All you have to do is connect the iTrail to your computer via the included transfer cable to see its travel history. The iTrail is motion activated, so you'll get detailed information only when the device moves, which not only conserves battery, but also ensures you only get the information you need. And, with no service fees, the iTrail is a great low-cost way to track. Using its easy to use software in conjunction with Google Maps, you are given multiple views from 3D and satellite to Street View. Pinpoint an exact address of where the device has been with a click of your mouse.
Live Location, Wired Performance The new BrickHouse Livewire Micro is a high-performance GPS tracker that's completely invisible in any car or truck - and it's one of the most affordable GPS devices available. This completely covert GPS tracker is hardwired behind your dashboard, so the driver will only know it's there if you choose to tell him. And since it gets its power from your vehicle's electrical system, you never have to worry about running out of battery life. If the car is moving, you're tracking, completely covertly. Lightning-fast 60-second location updates ensure tracking accuracy when your vehicle is in motion. And, when your vehicle is turned off, the Micro will continue to provide location updates every hour. (Note: if you're planning on tracking a car that will remain idle for an extended period of time, we recommend unplugging the unit so you don't drain the vehicle's battery).
Protect yourself from all the most commonly used bugs wherever you go. Scan a room or vehicle in minutes and be sure you know that no one is listening to what you say, watching what you do, or following your movements. It's easy enough for anyone to use to detect and zero in on a camera or audio transmitter almost immediately, and small enough to carry in a pocket or purse. The simple light meter alerts you to the presence of any wireless transmitters and GPS trackers within approximately 25 feet. As you approach the source of a signal, the meter will light up, until you're right on top of the transmission source. When looking for cameras, just connect the lens finder attachment to the top of the device and look through the lens to pinpoint their locations within about 15 feet.