GPS trackers

The equipment that we use is manufactured in Europe and is the world leader on sales for its excellent build quality, resistance to power surges and flexible roaming settings.

Main functions:

  • Real-time location control
  • Storing history in internal memory
  • Ignition status monitoring
  • Possibility to install a panic button
  • Determining battery voltage
  • Door open/close detection

Special functions:


  • Bluetooth for external devices and low energy sensors.
    Temperature and humidity sensor, Hands Free, OBDII ELM 327, Inateck Barcode Scanner.
    Support of universal BLE sensors: temperature, tire pressure, door opening, driver identification, wireless immobilizer, etc.)
  • Backup battery allows the device to work without external power source
  • Safe Driving (detecting harsh braking, acceleration and cornering), overspeeding, GSM signal blocking alert, GPS fuel consumption calculation, idle alert, disconnection detection, vehicle towing detection, accident detection, autogeofence
  • Accident detection function based on accelerometer data


  • All features of GPS Standard
  • 1-Wire® interface for connecting RFID, temperature sensor, driver identification sensor, etc.
  • True fuel consumption and level, odometer mileage, temperature, vehicle speed (dashboard), vehicle distance traveled, engine speed (rpm), accelerator pedal position, etc.


What equipment is used for GPS monitoring?
The equipment that is most often used for solving simple monitoring tasks is GNSS/GSM Terminals: FMB140, FMB920, FM-Eco4 Light+, FM-Pro4.
How GPS Monitoring Works
The principle of operation of the transport monitoring system is to observe moving objects using GPS/GLONASS satellites and to process information on our company’s own servers located in the leading data centers of the country. The data received from the satellite tracking system is available both on-line, which allows our customers to always be aware of the location of vehicles, and in the “Travel history” section, available from your personal account, which you can always contact to analyze the effectiveness the work of the vehicle fleet for the entire previous period.
GPS/GSM Terminal FMB920
Simple and highly functional. Equipment that is most often used for simple monitoring tasks. Known worldwide for its excellent build quality, surge resistance and flexible roaming capabilities. Supports analog sensors for fuel level, temperature monitoring, and etc.
GPS/GSM Terminal FMB140
Advanced vehicle monitoring. TOP sales of Teltonika equipment line. Wide range of inputs and outputs allows you to use the FMB140for solving the most difficult problems. CAN protocol support allows reading on-board computers of cars, tractors and other special equipment. technology. The equipment supports the connection of several digital fuel level sensors at once, or an external screen for correspondence with the dispatcher and FLS at the same time. RS232 and RS485 interfaces allow connecting up to 11 fuel sensors or other equipment.
Fuel Level Sensor
Fuel consumption is monitored using an ultrasonic pulse (ultrasound). The impulse is transmitted from the device to the surface of the liquid in the tank, from where it is reflected and passed to the fuel flow sensor. Fuel consumption is monitored by determining the transit time of the impulse from the surface of the tank to the bottom and automatically recalculating to the volume. Thus, the ultrasound scan allows real-time control of fuel consumption without contact of the device itself with the liquid. Non-contact ultrasonic fuel level sensors (FLS) are designed to measure liquid level without immersion in the measured medium as part of onboard navigation equipment GPS/GLONASS or independently.