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Asset Alarm- Triggered when the Alarm Input is activated Assert Output- Will engage an optional output feature Battery Disconnect- Triggered when the primary power source is disconnected. If the device is disconnected from the power source of the vehicle battery and it has a backup battery installed, it will send a message indicating the loss of main power. The backup battery will then take over to power the device. (Backup battery is required for this feature)

Battery Low-

Config. Read-

Configuration that allows the device to send a message if the battery voltage drops below a set threshold. The default setting is currently set at 10.3 Volts. This allows you to read a device specific configuration which has

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Config. Write- Write (and save) device specific programming Clear Geofence- This feature will clear (erase) any Geofence assigned to a particular device/vehicle.

Daylight Savings- Allows the time to be adjusted according to different time zones and daylight savings changes.

Device Softkill- The unit is still in the system and will respond to Crossbow, but not the user/consumer for whatever reason, ergo: non-payment or unit malfunction. This will command the device to no longer send messages until a Device Resurrect message is sent to the device.

Device Resurrect – This command will resurrect the device. Device Status- Report showing the specific device details for an exact

Disengage Starter-

De-assert Output- Will cancel an optional output feature. Device Reset- This feature will reset the device. Enable Beeper- Audible alarm that can be preconfigured to pulse at set intervals. When


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point in time. This will let you know if the gps module is currently talking on the network and how strong this signal is. This feature will disable the vehicles ability to start. The vehicle will be rendered immobile and will not start unless the Re-engage Starter command is sent. This is used commonly to help keep a vehicle from moving until a recovery team can reach it or payment is received. (Special Installation Required)

the beeper is activated, and the vehicle enters an en route state (aka. once the vehicle is started and begins to move) it will pulse for 30 seconds. This is commonly used as a payment reminder to the customer. It can be activated/deactivated using the Send Tab. (Special parts and installation required)

Endpoints- This feature monitors every time a vehicle starts and stops. Once a vehicle begins to move (en route) it will send a START message. Once the vehicle is stopped for 5 minutes it will send an END (arrival) message. (Triggered when the device is en-route or upon the arrival of the device.)

Enroute Time

Geomarker- This feature can be set up as a radius, or a multi polygon. The device can

– This feature can be configured to send a message if the device is en route (moving) continuously for a set amount of time. Current options are every 10 minutes, every 30 minutes, or OFF. be configured to send a message if it enters or exits a set boundary. This is used to monitor if a vehicle leaves the state it was leased in or if you want to know when a device enters an area.

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Get Engine Hours Count- Requests the vehicles total engine hours. Get Odometer Count- Will request the vehicles current odometer reading. Heartbeat Interval - Predetermined status update programmed at a set

Historical Data-

Idling Alarm-

Ignition On Time-

interval as long as the device has power. Default setting is in 168 hour increments. (Does not use exchanges from customers exchange pool) Stealth 2 devices hold 90 days of information that can be accessed using this feature. If the user wants to know where a device was located at a specific time within the last 90 days, they can enter the date/time and it will recover the information that the device had at that exact moment. (Ex: If an accident happened two weeks ago on a Sunday at 8:15 am, you can perform a historical data request and see the details of that exact moment in time. As well as before and after.) An alarm triggered when the vehicle has been idling for longer than the pre- configured time. (Idling is when the vehicles ignition is on but the vehicle is not moving.) Alert triggered when a vehicle ignition is on longer than a preset

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Interval Tracking- This feature allows you to set a device to send messages at specific preset intervals. Interval setting can be set to send a message every 15 min., 30 min., 60 min.,4hrs., 24 hrs., 10 days and 30 days.

Interval Tracking On- Will

Interval Tracking Off-

enable any interval tracking features programmed to the device. (device specific using config write) Will temporarily disable any interval tracking features programmed to the device. (device specific using config write)

 Ignition On Time-

Alert triggered when a vehicle ignition is on longer than a preset

amount of time.

 Locate- This feature will provide you with a current location of the vehicle which includes longitude/latitude, speed and direction in which the device is traveling or stationary. Once the request is complete, which can take up to 2 minutes. (you will see a satellite image of the vehicles current location, red – stationary, green – en route)

Odometer Distance-

Re-engage Starter- This command when sent to a device will allow the vehicle to start

This feature will allow the device to send a message at preset odometer intervals. (Commonly used for vehicle factory maintenance or oil changes.) Settings include every 1k, 3k and 5k. miles. again and function as it normally would. (Used commonly as a payment reminder or for repo)

Set Geofence- This feature will set a geofence around the current location of a vehicle when request was sent. A geofence is a preset radius around a specific area or zone and will remain until it is cleared. Default setting is currently .5 miles. If the vehicle exits a geofence, it will send a “Geofence Exited” alert. Optional settings are a .5 miles , 5 miles, or 10 mile radius. It uses 1 exchange when triggered. A geofence will reset each time the vehicle re-enters a geofence and a minimum time of 5 minutes has elapsed since the last alert. (Device Specific)

Speed Exceeded-

Space Time Resume- Will resume pre-configured Space Time configurations. Space Time Circle 1- Allows the user to program a device to recognize a Circular

Alert triggered when a device exceeds the speed threshold for more than 30 seconds. This will reset once the device is motionless for 5 minutes. It can be set between 40 and 120 mph., or turned off. (Device Specific)

Geomarker. And will trigger notification messages to be sent if the entered or exited the area. 

Space Time Circle Polygon-

Stop Verifier On- This feature, once activated, will send a locate 4 hours after a vehicle

This feature allows the user to program a device to recognize a Multi-Polygonal Geomarker. And will trigger alert notifications to be sent once the vehicle has entered or exited the polygon. (Located under the send tab, click on config write) has stationary, and will do so 8 times. This helps to gather data on where the vehicle is located when it is not used. (Located under the send tab, click on config write)

Stop Verifier Off-


Unlock Doors-

Tow Idle – This feature will send an alert once a vehicle has been moved without starting

This will deactivate the Stop Verifier feature. (Located under the send tab, click on config write) Will send an alert once the vehicle is idle or stopped for a preconfigured amount of time. (Commonly used to monitor excess fuel consumption on fleet vehicles and other applications.) This feature can unlock the vehicles doors. (Special Installation / additional parts Required for each device utilizing this feature) via the ignition. You will need the yellow cable to be connected to the ignition sense wire in order to perform this function.

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the beeper is activated, and the vehicle enters an en route state (aka. once the vehicle is started and begins to move) it will pulse for 30...