Networkfleet eases GPS installation

April 1, 2010
Networkfleet’s 4200 GPS vehicle tracking system is now easier than ever to install with a new light-duty harness cable and adapter that makes connection simple, according to the company. Rather than wire splicing, the new cable along with adapters made for specific vehicle types allow the GPS to plug directly into the OBD-II diagnostic port

Networkfleet’s 4200 GPS vehicle tracking system is now easier than ever to install with a new light-duty harness cable and adapter that makes connection simple, according to the company. Rather than wire splicing, the new cable along with adapters made for specific vehicle types allow the GPS to plug directly into the OBD-II diagnostic port.

“In keeping with Networkfleet’s goal to provide a low cost, simple to use wireless fleet management system, we are happy to offer this one-plug solution,” said Keith Schneider, president & CEO. “This gives fleet managers the ability to quickly implement GPS tracking so that they can start experiencing the benefits of improved fleet utilization.”

The 4200 is designed for fleets that want location tracking but do not require the full engine diagnostics capabilities offered by the Networkfleet 3500 management system. It is compatible with both 12-volt and 24-volt vehicles.

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