After you have successfully logged in to the tracking website there are 6 buttons on the left side menu that you can use to navigate the site.
Account: This page contains your contact information; log in password, time zone settings, phone numbers, email address and some personal information. To make a change to any of these, after your selection is made you must click the “Save and Continue” button on the bottom of the page.
Billing: By clicking the “Billing” button you will be directed to the billing menu. The billing menu consists of the following:
Accounting: This button displays your accounts billing history.
Purchase Plans: The “Purchase Plans” button takes you to the Additional Credit Plans page where you can select which plan you would like to purchase.
Billing Method: This button lets you choose how you prefer to pay for additional credits.
Vehicles: The Vehicles menu lets you change vehicle information and indicates the service available to you. The vehicles menu includes:
Edit Vehicle: This selection lets you change your vehicle information, vehicle notification contact information, test your vehicle’s communications and store emergency contact numbers.
Add Vehicle: By clicking this button, you can add an additional vehicle to an existing account to manage a group of vehicles under the same account.
Service Plans: The “Service Plans” page provides detailed information about all of the services available to you with your PursuiTrak system.
Tracking:The Tracking section of the site is where you can send commands to locate your vehicle and view it on two different mapping options. The tracking menu consists of:
Locate: By clicking the “Locate” button you will be sending a command to track your vehicle and have it displayed on a map. Once the map loads, you have the choice to view it on the standard map or use an aerial view satellite image. You can use the zoom tool at the right to zoom in and out on both maps.
Schedules: The Schedules section can be used to schedule times and durations in which you would like to track your vehicle. This tool can also be used to schedule other vehicle commands such as speed alert, geofence, door unlock, or even remote engine start if equipped.
All times are related to the Pacific Time Zone. Be sure to remember to account for the time difference in your region.
Note: It is important to remember that any scheduled commands will continue until such time as you disable them. All commands sent via the automated scheduling tool will incur the same message credit utilization as a command sent manually. Access to the automated scheduling tool is only available via the tracking website.
Commands: The commands page allows you to send a number of control commands to your vehicle. To use any of the configured alarm commands, simply click on the Alarm Commands button and then click Activate/ Deactivate on your desired command. It may take up to 3 minutes to receive a command confirmation, since the Alarm Command message has to broadcast over the wireless network and then send back an acknowledgment. Please be patient.
Arm Lock/Lock Doors/Geofence On - Clicking this command performs the described action and does not require any additional steps.
Disarm Unlock/Unlock Doors/Geofence Off - Clicking this command performs the described action and does not require any additional steps.
Remote Engine Start - Clicking this command will activate the remote engine starter and does not require any additional steps.
Theft Reset - Clicking this command stops theft track and arms the alarm and tracking unit. The alarm must be disarmed in order to start the vehicle.
Unlock Only - Clicking this command will send a door unlock only command.
Note: 1. Each time you perform one of these commands, one (1) message credit will be withdrawn from your account balance. 2. To receive alarm notifications and to activate remote engine start, your vehicle must be equipped with an alarm system that provides these features.
System Commands: The System Command page allows you to send a number of system control commands to your PursuiTrak GPS System installed in your vehicle. To use any of these commands, simply click on the System Commands button and then click on your desired command. It may take up to 3 minutes for a command confirmation, since the GPS Command message has to broadcast over the wireless network and then send back an acknowledgment. Please be patient. Here is a description of the available System Commands:
Auto Report - Clicking this command performs the described action utilizing the feature parameters stored under the System Settings Menu item. (Warning. This command can use up credits quickly if not monitored. This feature is not included in the PROULP plan.)
Excessive Speed Alert - Clicking this command performs the described action utilizing the feature parameters stored under the System Settings Menu item.
Geofence - Clicking this command performs the described action utilizing the feature parameters stored under the System Settings Menu item.
Low Battery Alert - Clicking this command performs the described action utilizing the feature parameters stored under the System Settings Menu item.
Alarm Command Panel - Clicking this command links the home page to the Alarm Commands control page.
System Settings: The System Settings page allows you to make changes to how a feature will operate once activated from the system commands page. Before making changes to these settings be sure to turn off the respective feature from the systems commands page, the changes will then become effective once the feature is reactivated from the system commands page. Here is a description of the available System Settings:
Auto Report Interval - Adjusts the time between vehicle location reports. You can select none to 24 hours. When you select none, the auto report will record the trip start, stationary vehicle (when vehicle stops) and then end of trip (10 minutes after the vehicle has become stationary).
Auto Report Duration - Adjusts the length of time the Auto Report will function. The adjustment is from 1 hour to forever. The Auto report time duration begins when the "Auto Report" command is activated in the System Commands page. (Warning. This command can use up credits quickly if not monitored.)
Excessive Speed Alert -Adjusts the vehicles speed notification. The adjustment is from 50 to 120 MPH.
Geo Fence - Adjusts the trigger radius around the vehicle for Inside and Outside Geo Fence notification. The adjustments are 1/2 mile to 500 miles.
Low battery Alert - Adjusts the battery voltage threshold for Low battery notification. The adjustment is 10-12.25 volts. (Appropriate battery level should be 11 - 11.75 volts)
Remote Diagnostics - Displays the current status of the system.
History: The History page displays the selected vehicle’s event history. You
can view history of alarm notifications, tracking, or commands from the
past hour to the history of activation. You can specify a particular date
range with the use of the calendar. After entering the range, you will need
to click the refresh button on the screen.
Every sent vehicle command will create an event ID number which will capture the date and the time it was sent. The event confirmation will always include the address of where the vehicle was during this transaction.
By clicking on the word display under the Map Heading, you will view where the vehicle was located when you requested this event. (You will not be charged any message credits to view this information.)
By clicking the MAP ALL feature button, the internet web page will automatically display up to 100 positions, with the oldest location being number 1 and numerically sequenced on the map.