GPS vehicle tracking units
and BASIC install instructions
The LMU-330H is an economical, full-featured vehicle tracking product designed for covert and reliable installation in automobiles. The LMU-330H is an ideal solution for stolen vehicle, vehicle finance, auto rental and other automotive tracking applications.
Not waterproof. Must be installed inside the vehicle.
Ignition on/off sensor input, starter
disable, back up battery
The LMU-2000 is an economical, full-featured vehicle tracking product designed for easy and reliable installation in automobiles. The LMU-2000 is an ideal solution for automotive insurance, driver behavior management, auto rental, easy-install fleet management and automotive applications
Ignition on/off back up battery
NO INSTALLATION REQUIRED
PLUGS DIRECTLY IN TO OBD2
PORT TAKES ABOUT 30
SECONDS TO INSTALL
LMU-330 Installation Guide
Thank you for purchasing your new GPS Tracking / Fleet Management System.
GETTING STARTED PLEASE CONTACT US FOR INSTALLATION OF THIS DEVICE.
If you have already scheduled an installation of your own, please provide this to the technician.
*Required for basic installation
1. The red wire connects to constant 12/24VDC and should not switch off during engine crank. Do not use accessory as in some vehicles it disconnects during engine crank. Verify the 12/24VDC signal by using a voltmeter and measuring voltage during engine crank.
2. The white wire goes to the ignition and should maintain 12/24VDC when starting the engine and when engine is running. Ensure that it goes to 0V when engine is shut off. On some vehicles ignition does not return to 0V immediately after engine is turned off which can lead to incorrect readings. Ensure that it does go to 0V within 15 seconds of engine shutoff.
3. The black wire is ground and should be securely
fastened to the chassis of the vehicle.
4. The blue wire is optional and can be connected to a PTO or any type of sensor that has a signal level of 0VDC – 24VDC and can be programmed to interpret a “0” VDC signal as an “off” or as an “on”. Contact your rep for more information on this.
5. The green wire is optional and can be used for starter disable or to power an external relay. This output goes to “0” VDC when triggered on and floats when off. Contact your rep for more information on
Verify Power, Ground and Ignition. Be sure to check each source (power, ground and ignition) to ensure that the proper signaling exists. This is typically accomplished with a multimeter. Before drilling any holes or running any wires, decide where the hardware & any accessories needs to be located. Make sure that the modem is kept free from direct exposure to the elements (sun, heat, rain, moisture
The best location to install the modem is above the instrument cluster underneath the dash. This provides the modem a clear signal view of the sky through the windshield. The modem can receive a signal through glass, plastic, fiberglass & fabric type materials. If mounting above the instrument cluster is not possible find a place that it can be secured underneath the dash as close to the windshield as possible.
IT DOES NOT GET SIGNALS UNDERNEATH OR IN METAL.
Mounting the modem underneath a large piece of metal or in a metal box/container will prevent it from working.
Make sure to mount modem so that it faces the sky. Unit will be labelled using the “ESN”.
Ensure that all connections are soldered. The use of crimping devices are not recommended as they can lead to corrosion and can become loose over time due to vibration and stress.
The modem provides an external input (Input 1 Blue) that can be directly connected to most vehicle level logical inputs 0-24VDC. This input may be used to sense vehicle inputs such as door sensors, PTO(power take off) or any input that can have a 0V or 24V signal. Programming can accommodate a 0V representing an on or an off, or 24VDC representing an on or an off.
The modem also has an output (output 1 Green) that can be used to power a starter disable relay or other accessory (less than 100mA). This output normally floats and is tied to Ground when triggered.
Diagnostic LED Definitions:
When initially powering up the GPS unit both the Green and the Orange LED’s will blink. After a few minutes both the Orange & Green LED’s should be solid. If the installation is being done in a covered area the Green LED might continue to blink as it has not received a GPS Fix. Once the GPS unit is located outside the Green LED should stop blinking and go solid indicating that is has acquired a GPS Fix.
Installation of this device should only be done by a qualified Technician, failure to do so may result in vehicle damage, personal injury or death.