Add-On: GPSI-3900 Inputs

The 3900 device is equipped with four inputs, which can be enabled upon request. To submit a request, contact the Support Team. Additional tools and/or parts that you may need include: razor knife, electrical tape, zip ties, wire crimper, wire stripper, wire cutter, 12V or 24V relay, relay harness, 20ga wire, ground screw, ring terminal,…

Add-On: GPSI-3900 Driver ID

The installation kit contains one iButton Reader, one plastic washer, one metal locking washer, four butt connectors, two key fobs, and one buzzer, or one light. Additional tools and supplies you need include one drill, one 10 mm. drill bit, one 13 mm. drill bit (light), wire strippers, a crimping tool, electrical tape, and zip-ties.…

Unit Verification App

With the GPS Insight Unit Verification App (iOS | Android), you no longer have to call in to verify your installation. The application allows you to quickly verify the installation of the GPS device as well as register the device for immediate viewing within the portal. Before You Begin the Verification Process When you have…

Testing for Battery Drain

Although it may be possible for a device’s power draw to exacerbate existing battery conditions (i.e., an old battery or other after-market products causing draw), the device alone should not cause battery draw issues. If you’re unsure, the following steps will help you test draw: Not in Sleep Mode All testing should be completed when…

GPSI-3900I/E vPOD

This video walks you through the following steps in the installation process: Locate the vehicles OBD-II port, and ensure proper voltage. Free up existing OBD-II port. Assemble mounting bracket, and connect the OBD-II Pass-Thru Cable to the vehicle’s OBD-II port. Mount the replacement OBD-II port, and pull cable through the dash. Install the external antenna,…

GPSI-3900I/E vPOD

Before You Begin The installation kit contains a registration card, the 3900 device, a 20-pin harness, a light-duty OBD-II bypass cable, a vPOD, and an external antenna (if applicable). Additional tools that you may need include a digital multimeter, a crimping tool, a razor knife or wire strippers, a butt connector, zip ties, electrical tape,…

My GPSI-3900 vPOD Stopped Tracking

Confirm that the vehicle is parked out in the open and is with cellular coverage. From the Manage Vehicles page, ping the unit using the refresh icon  next to the vehicle’s last ‘Reported’ date/time, or contact Tech Support with the unit’s serial number for the initial unit assessment. Ignition Detection Issue This issue may occur…

My GPSI-3900 Stopped Tracking

Confirm that the vehicle is parked out in the open and is with cellular coverage. From the Manage Vehicles page, ping the unit using the refresh icon  next to the vehicle’s last ‘Reported’ date/time, or contact Tech Support with the unit’s serial number for the initial unit assessment. Ignition Detection Issue This issue may occur…

GPSI-3900I

This is our flagship truck tracking device. This device requires a three-wire installation and is typically mounted in the dash for a concealed installation. The 3900 is highly configurable to support optional features such as Driver ID, Panic Button, Garmin Navigation and Messaging, Power Take-Off Monitoring (must be voltage based), and Engine Diagnostics (with required cables).…

GPSI-3900I

This video walks you through the following steps in the installation on process: Locate wires with proper voltage for constant and switch power. Connect the constant, switch, and ground wires. – INSTALL OPTIONAL ADD-ONS – Tape the harness wires, and connect the harness to the device. Mount the device high within the dash (white sticker…

GPSI-3900I

Before You Begin The installation kit contains a registration card, the 3900 device, and a 20-pin harness. Additional tools and supplies that you will need include a digital multimeter, a crimping tool, a razor knife, wire strippers, a ring terminal, plastic cable ties, electrical tape, tamper seal compound, self tapping screw, and a star washer.…