Please see attachment below for the manual, quick start guide and wiring diagram for ourEon GPS.
What do I do with my EON as soon as I receive it?
The first thing you need to do before you can begin tracking is to charge your new EON. Plug the AC adapter into a wall outlet and connect the charger to the charging port. Charge the EON for at least 10 hours before first use. When charging the battery LED will remain solid red. When full, it should turn solid green. When the device is done charging, disconnect it from the charger and use a pen or Phillips-head screwdriver to press the power button to turn the device on. The power button is located on the bottom in a small black rubber hole. Please take the device with you and place it on the dashboard of your car, facing skyward, and take the device for a test drive for 20-30 minutes.
What do all of these flashing light indicators mean? There's a simple diagram and explanation here on page 3: http://help.brickhousesecurity.com/customer/portal/articles/407146--eon-gps-asset-tracker-manual
How do I know if my EON is charging?
When charging the battery LED will remain solid red. When full, it should turn solid green.
How do I activate my device?
All of our EON Devices ship out already activated. You simply need to log into our Platform site (http://www.track.bhs.net) with the login information that will be emailed to you.
Where Can I place my EON Your EON will always give the most accurate location data when it has a clear view of the sky. It is capable of transmitting and receiving through materials like glass, plastic, and cloth, but is not able to transmit through metals. Keep this in mind when placing the device. Avoid placing the device in the trunk of a vehicle. It may or may not report from a glove compartment or underneath a seat. This can vary from vehicle to vehicle, as all automobiles are constructed differently.
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What do all these colors points/dots on my map mean? When viewing the history (breadcrumbs) of a device there is a difference to the status of the for each icon that is shown. The green and white arrow icon will show the direction of travel while moving. The stop sign shows when the device made a 0mph locate or was stopped. Other color icons can represent if there was a particular alert triggered (Example: The target entered or left a geofence zone) at that location.
What is a Breadcrumb trail? A breadcrumb trail is the historical path that a device has taken. Think of this as if the device left "breadcrumbs" during the travel and these "breadcrumbs" can be reviewed at a later date to see the path. The line connects the breadcrumbs to give you a visual trail of the trip that was made.
What is the Live Tracker Window? The “Live Tracker” button will open up a separate window displaying your device’s location, as well as allow you to see past locations. Using the drop-down boxes on the bottom right of the window, you can adjust how often your screen refreshes and how many locations will appear on the screen. The counter on the bottom left of the window displays how long it will be until your screen refreshes.
The “Set Refresh” is only to refresh the tracking page on your screen and will not affect the tracker itself and how often it locates on the map.
What is a Report? Reports are a way to get the historical information for the devices out of the platform in an easy to understand list-like format.
How do I see where my target was on a certain date in the past? This can be done through a report. Use the Full History report and search for the day that you would like to find the location of the device. Each time that the device reports this time will show on the report with the address of the device. This address can also be selected to show within Google Maps by clicking on it.
What is a Geofence? A geofence is a defined boundary area thatallows alerts to be triggered when a GPS device passed in our out of this area. Within the platform geofences can be created that are circular, polygon or the path of a route.
How do I set up a Geofence? From the Menu bar at the bottom of the page, select the Geofence button under the Alerts section. From within the Geofence Alert setup select the 'Create New Geofence' tab at the top of the page. Within the map view move and zoom the map to the desired location that the geofence will be created. Select which type of geofence to create next to 'Map Control'
Circle - To draw a Circle click on the map. Hold down and drag the radius out.
Polygon - To draw a Polygon click on the map. Click to create each vertice.
Route - To draw a Route click on the map. Click to create each turn.
The clear button can be used at any time to start over with the creation of a new geofence. After the geofence has been created on the map, name the Geofence. The Route Buffer provides an area around Route geofences, otherwise, the area would be a single line. The description field is optional and any information about this geofence can be entered. Once completed select the 'Save' button at the lower right of the page.
Can I have the location of my tracker sent to me via email or text message automatically? How? There is the ability of the platform to send email notifications when alerts are generated in the system. These alerts can include geofence, speed, panic, and battery. There is also the ability to use your mobile device to view the location of the tracker at any time. To setup these alerts select the type of alert from the Alerts section of the Menu bar at the bottom of the page. Then select the device to set up by checking next to the name. Select which days to activate the alert along with a start and end time if needed. Enter an email address or cell phone number by selecting the plus sign next to email address. If using a cell phone number select the network carrier and press the done button. Once all settings have been configured, select the Save button at the bottom of the Alert page.
"Generated Excessive Speed at 12/06/2011 8:01:09 AM Message Received at 12/06/2011 1:01:09 PMUTC Excessive Speed:70 mph Last known position lon:-49.084503 Lat:67.707080 Co Rd 705, New York, NY, United States"
My tracker shows several different reports within a 5 block radius. Why? Is this accurate? GPS devices often "drift" when reporting their location and this can depend on the surrounding of the GPS device. Every time the device sends a new location it has to receive information form the GPS Satellites and this calculation can differ slightly. The surrounding such as building, trees and the atmosphere can affect the quality of the location that the device provides.
My page is loading weird! Why is some information not displaying? This could be a compatibility concern with the web browser that you are viewing Track.BHS.net on. We have optimized our GPS Platform to display its best on the most widely used web browsers such as Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome. If you are having problems viewing certain features on our site we recommend that you view it through Mozilla Firefox. You can download and install it for free at http://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/new/
Why is the mobile site not loading on my phone or tablet, but I can see it on my PC? Please try to clear the cookies and cache on your phone's internet browser and load the page again. You can also try using another internet browser on your phones such as Dolphin - which is available for free in the iTunes and Google Play store. If you are still having problems, you will need to contact your mobile carrier or phone manufacturer for support.
My street view map is old! How can I get this updated? The street view is a feature that is provided by Google Maps who is our preferred mapping vendor. Google occasionally updates these images on their own.
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