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GPS/GPRS Nano Tracker
MU-201 User Manual
Revision: 1.0.1
Revision Date: 2011/1/5
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  • Page 1 GPS/GPRS Nano Tracker MU-201 User Manual Revision: 1.0.1 Revision Date: 2011/1/5...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Document Amendments ..................2 2. Specifications: ..................3 2.1 Package Contents ......................4 3.1 Front Face ......................... 5 3.1.1 LED light status of MU-201 ..................5 3.3 Bottom Face ........................6 3.4 Side Face .......................... 6 3.6 Charging MU-201 ......................7 3.7 Dimension .........................
  • Page 3 5.2 Output Format when The Router Is Set to SMS ..........33 5.3 NMEA 0183 GPRMC Sentence ................. 34 Warranty ....................35...
  • Page 4: Notification

    1. Notification Introduction: SANAV MU-201 is a more compact version of GPS tracker focusing on the covert, pets or asset tracking market. Its location can be real time tracked through internet or specified terminals. The user can communicate with the service server through GPRS/GSM network, transfer alarms of Emergency, Geo-fencing., Remote Control, and Lower power, and record the tracking history stored in internal...
  • Page 5: Document Amendments

    Document Amendments Revision Date MU-201 Firmware Version Comments 1.0.1 2011/1/5 Beta V2.02 Major Functions implemented...
  • Page 6: Specifications

    2. Specifications: Quad-Band: 850/900/1800/1900MHz Compliant to GSM phase 2/2+ Frequency: -Class 4 (2W @ 850/900MHz) -Class 1 (1W @ 1800/1900MHz) GPRS multi-slot class 10 GPRS: GPRS mobile station class B RMS Phase Error: ≤5deg Max Out RF power: 31.0dBm±3dBm Dynamic Input Range: -15 ~ -102 dBm Receiving Sensitivity: Class II RBER≤2%(-102dBm)...
  • Page 7: Package Contents

    2.1 Package Contents MU-201*1pcs Charging Cable*1pc Wall Charger*1 100~240V AC / 1.2A)*1pc Utility CD * 1pc 2.1.1 Optional Accessories: AP Data Cable...
  • Page 8: Front Face

    Battery Charging Flash 500ms/sec Battery Full Charged Flash 500ms/sec. NOTE* Due to the device is still in Beta Version, the above LED Status is subject to change. Please contact SANAV if you have any question regarding the device LED indication.
  • Page 9: Bottom Face

    3.2 TOP Face Power button Turn ON:Long Press for 3 seconds when the device is OFF. Turn OFF:Long Press for 3 seconds when the device is ON. (Note* When press the Power button for 3 seconds, you will see both GPS and GSM LED lit on, then you can let go and the device will shut down afterwards.) 3.3 Bottom Face Hidden Microphone (For Voice Monitoring)
  • Page 10: Charging Mu-201

    3.6 Charging MU-201 MINI USB 8 PIN Plug power cable to Mini USB connector for charging the device. (5V DC Input) When you charge the device for the 1st time, please use the power cable that’s contained in the package, and charge the device for 2~3 hours.
  • Page 11: Sms Command Setup For Mu-201

    SMS from a cellular phone or GSM modem. Key the specific SMS message in your cellular phone and send it to the SIM number of MU-201. The setup messages are showed in the following sections.
  • Page 12: Change Username

    You can change the ID of MU-201 by following the format below. No space is allowed between the characters. For example, if you send the SMS message shown in the example below to the MU-201, you will change the ID from “username” to “car”...
  • Page 13: Change Password

    4.2 Change Password Use this SMS message example seen below to change the password of MU-201. For example, by following the example below, you will change the default password, “0000” to a new password, “1111”. Setup format:#「username」,「Password」,「Function Code」,「new Password」,「new Password」* Example:#username,0000,2,1111,1111*...
  • Page 14: Set Up Apn For Device Report

    Table 4.3.1 The table 4.3.2 shows each confirmation message reply after setup Situation Message Reply Setup Succeeds Device GPRS APN is updated.-03- Set up the GPRS APN,3.947V MU-201 is in Emergency Mode in emergency, GPRS APN setup is not allowed.,3.942V...
  • Page 15: Set Up Url For Device Report

    The table 4.4.2 shows each confirmation message reply after setup Situation Message Reply Device IP/Domain is updated.-04- Set up a Host Name (URL) to Transmit Data is Setup Succeeds OK,3.947V MU-201 is in Emergency Mode in emergency, IP/Domain setup is not allowed.,3.942V...
  • Page 16: Set Up Phone Number List

    Table 4.5.1 The table 4.5.2 shows each confirmation message reply after setup Situation Message Reply Device phone book is updated.-05- Setup Phone is OK Setup Succeeds ,phone1=+886970016355,phone2=+886970016355,phone3=+866970016355,4.013V MU-201 is in Emergency Mode in emergency, phone book setup is not allowed.,3.939V...
  • Page 17: Set Up Sos Number

    4.6 Set up SOS Number Use this SMS message to predefine the SOS cellular numbers by following the format below. MU-201 will first send a SOS Alert to the SOS phone and then make a phone call to the SOS phone number immediately.
  • Page 18 SOS Algorithm Press SOS Button Check Phonebook Send SMS to all numbers Check SOS Phonebook Call SOS Number Call hangs up Send data according to preset router...
  • Page 19: Set Up Sos Report Interval

    The table 4.6.2.3 shows each confirmation message reply after setup Situation Message Reply Setup Succeeds setup OK. Device Panic report setting is updated.-15-Panic Report Setting,3.950V in emergency, Panic Report setting is not allowed.-15-Panic Report Setting MU-201 is in Emergency Mode ,4.000V...
  • Page 20: Stop Sos Report (exit From Sos Mode)

    4.6.3 Stop SOS Report (Exit from SOS Mode) While the device is still in SOS Mode (meaning it’s sending the SOS Alert Report), one can use this SMS message to stop the SOS report and Exit from SOS mode. Setup format: #「username」,「Password」,「offpanic」* Example: #username,0000,offpanic* Note: Users can enter or exit SOS Mode by pressing the SOS button on the device, too.
  • Page 21: Set Up Auto Report

    300 seconds to see if it has traveled exceeds 100 meters from the last known location. If it does, it will report. If doesn’t, MU-201 will not report. When the MU-201 stays at the same location for 30 minutes (300 seconds x 6 times), it will also report and marked the location as last known location.
  • Page 22: Acquire The Report Of Current Position (sms Polling)

    OK. Device Auto Report setting is updated.,AGF,3.809V in emergency, Auto Report setting is not allowed.,3.866V MU-201 is in Emergency Mode 4.8 Acquire the Report of Current Position (SMS Polling) You can send the SMS according to the example shown below. It will transmit current data to the web server (URL) or assigned router at once.
  • Page 23: Setup Report Interval When Park Is Triggered

    The table 4.9.2 shows each confirmation message reply after setup Situation Message Reply Setup Succeeds setup OK. Device Move report setting is updated.-16-Park Report Setting,3.947V MU-201 is in Emergency Mode in emergency, Move report setting is not allowed.-16-Park Report Setting,4.021V...
  • Page 24: Setup Over Speed Detection

    Use this command to set up the Over Speed Detection Setting; please notice that this is for “Setup” only, you have to send another command to activate the function. Once the Over Speed detection is activated, MU-201 will start to report according to interval set below.
  • Page 25: Activate Over Speed Detection

    The table 4.11.1 describes the meaning of each segment in the message above. Description Text Keyed In SMS Start sign. username Default ID of MU-201. If you have changed the Username, please use the updated one. 0000 Default password. If you have changed the password, please use the updated one.
  • Page 26: Setup Geofence Coordinate

    The table 4.12.2 shows each confirmation message reply after setup Situation Message Reply setup OK. Device is in Geofence mode.,3.937V Setup Succeeds setup OK. Geofence mode has been deactivated.,3.946V MU-201 is in Emergency Mode in emergency, Geofence mode cannot be activated.,3.920V...
  • Page 27: Setup Geofence Alarm Report Interval

    Table 4.13.1 The explanation of each segment of command The table 4.13.2 shows each confirmation message reply after setup Situation Message Reply GTS setting is updated.,3.836V Setup Succeeds MU-201 is in Emergency Mode in emergency, Geofence Report setting is not allowed.-17-Geo Setting,4.000V...
  • Page 28: Setup Voice Mode

    Voice Mode is to define how MU-201 will action when receiving an incoming call. Please note that have if you have enabled “Security Phone Book” function, then MU-201 will verify whether the caller’s number is in the Security Phone Book. If it’s not, then MU-201 will not react to the incoming call.
  • Page 29: Setup Tcp/udp Server Address

    4.15 Setup TCP/UDP Server Address Users can use this command to define the TCP/UDP Server Address of MU-201. Setup format:#「username」,「Password」,「Function mode」, 「TCP/UDP server address」* Example: Command: #username,0000,18,0.0.0.0:0000* The table 4.15.1 describes the meaning of each segment in the message above...
  • Page 30: Setup Backup/log Interval Mode (pre-defined Backup Times)

    4.16 Setup Backup/Log Interval Mode (Pre-defined Backup Times) Users can use this command to define the log interval of MU-201. So the device will log the GPS reports inside the flash memory until it reaches the pre-defined backup times, and then send the reports altogether.
  • Page 31: Setup Sms Google Map Report

    The table 4.17.2 shows each confirmation message reply after setup Situation Message Reply Google MAP hyper-link state in SMS is OFF!,3.816V Setup Succeeds Google MAP hyper-link state in SMS is ON!,3.816V in emergency, Google Map hyper-link setting is not allowed.,3.816V MU-201 is in Emergency Mode...
  • Page 32: Setup Security Phone Book

    Table 4.18.1 The explanation of each segment of command The table 4.18.2 shows each confirmation message reply after setup Situation Message Reply Security Phone setting is OK!Security_phone(1)=0910061229,3.807V Setup Succeeds in emergency, Security phone settging is not allowed.,3.807V MU-201 is in Emergency Mode...
  • Page 33: Enable/disable Security Phone Book Detection

    End sign. The table 4.18.2.2shows each confirmation message reply after setup Situation Message Reply Setup Success, Security State is ON!,3.806V Setup Succeeds Setup Success, Security State is OFF!,3.806V in emergency, Security state setting is not allowed.,3.809V MU-201 is in Emergency Mode...
  • Page 34: Respond Messages

    5 Respond messages This chapter shows you how to read and understand the different response messages sent from MU-201. Basically, there’re 12 different situations that trigger the MU-201 to response its position and are shown in the following pages. Status Table:...
  • Page 35: Output Format When The Router Is Set To Http, Tcp Or Udp

    5.1 Output Format When The Router Is Set to HTTP, TCP or UDP 1.Uploading Auto data when GPS is fixed When execute the Auto Report according to the settings with a GPS fixed, MU-201 will upload the data to HTTP or TCP or UDP. The data format will be like the following.
  • Page 36: Output Format When The Router Is Set To Sms

    5.2 Output Format when The Router Is Set to SMS 1.Uploading Auto data when GPS is fixed When execute the Auto Report according to the settings with a GPS fixed, MU-201 will upload the data to SMS. The data format will be like the following.
  • Page 37: Nmea 0183 Gprmc Sentence

    5.3 NMEA 0183 GPRMC Sentence RMC - Recommended Minimum data The Recommended Minimum sentence defined by NMEA for GPS/Transit system data. $GPRMC,hhmmss,status,latitude,N,longitude,E,spd,cog,ddmmyy,mv,mvE,mode*cs<CR><LF> ASCII String Name Units Description Format Example $GPRMC string $GPRMC Message ID RMC protocol header 110214.00 hhmmss hhmmss.sss UTC Time Time of position fix Status...
  • Page 38 Warranty Time Period and Repair Coverage SAN JOSE TECHNOLOGY, INC. warrants MU-201 to be free from all defects and malfunctions in materials and workmanship for a period of 12 months from the original purchase date from SAN JOSE Technology or authorized dealers.
  • Page 39 FCC RF Radiation Exposure Statement: This Transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter. 11F, No.2, Sec. 4, Jhongyang Rd., Tucheng City, Taipei County 236, Taiwan (R.O.C.) TEL: 886-2-22694456 FAX: 886-2-22694451 www.sanav.com Technical Support: sanav104@sanav.com...

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