2G-3G-4G-5G-GPS Tracker Detector / GPS Tracker Magnet Finder

  • 699.95 $
  • Availability: 3 In Stock
  • Sku: SPT-CSS-055UGTM

This device is specially designed to detect the GPS tracker regardless of the type of transmission technologies and cellular networks (mobile phone system): GPRS (mobile data transmission) or SM (short...

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This device is specially designed to detect the GPS tracker regardless of the type of transmission technologies and cellular networks (mobile phone system): GPRS (mobile data transmission) or SM (short message), 2G or 3G or 4G or 5G.

In addition, this unit has a complementary magnetic search tool to help the user find a magnetic mount GPS tracker, whether indoors or outdoors.

This add-on device can help the user to check if there is a magnetic mount GPS tracker, no matter if the GPS tracker is turned on or off.

The GPS tracker cannot send signals in the places where the GPS signal is weak, such as: downtown street with high-rise buildings, dense woods, metal shelters, near high-voltage tower and indoor parking lots, etc. detection of magnetic mount GPS tracker.

This rechargeable battery powered device uses a user adjustable sensitivity level which allows the user to instinctively get closer to the source of the transmission, in this case, a GPS.

In order to get the most out of this GPS tracker detector, it is important to find a suitable location to perform the analysis, a place where there would be no interference would be ideal. In addition, it is strongly advised to turn off or place your smartphone in airplane mode.

This device is programmable in two search modes: 3G and 2G/4G/5G. Although the most common mode for the use of GPS in North America is 3G, it is recommended to change the mode to 2G/4G/5G to make a 2nd analysis.

On the machine, 8 LEDs are visible and will light up from green to red to indicate the strength of the signal detected by the machine. The stronger the signal, the closer you will be to the source of the emission, this can also indicate that it is time to reduce the sensitivity of the detector.

The most effective way to search for a GPS installed in or on your vehicle would be to move to a large vacant area, such as a parking lot, to keep the GPS moving and therefore active.

Common places to hide a GPS tracker:

- Inside the rear bumper

- Under the plastic of each wheel

- Under the seats

- In or behind the glove compartment

IMPORTANT NOTE: Never use the sensor antenna to touch a metal surface or other type of antenna. The warranty does not include physical damage, including that caused by static electricity.