GSM Audio Surveillance

Free shipping Quadband GSM Voice Listening Device
  • Model: X007
  • Shipping Weight: 100g
  • Units in Stock: 1000

$29.00

Qty Discounts New Price
1-10
$29.00
11-20
$28.00
21-30
$27.00
31-50
$26.00
51+
$25.00
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New Four Frequency Strength Voice GSM Bug

Product support a the GSM850/900/1800/1900 network and GPRS standard four frequency, and can switch seamlessly between different networks. Compact; signal; voice; stable performance; the long standby; globally it is these features the biggest advantage.
  
Power on: Open the back cover, the SIM card inserted into the card holder automatically boot until the indicator goes off, you can use

 
Monitoring to Detect: normal boot, when necessary monitoring tools can dial the dial is turned to hear the status of the location around 10 meters

Electricity the query instructions: hair "power" command, such as the user edit SMS "power" to the alarm, the alarm will detect electricity accordance with different power will return the following SMS:
"Tracker battery full" (said the aircraft battery is full)
"Tracker battery half" (aircraft power medium)
"Tracker battery low" (low power consumption of the aircraft should be promptly charged)

Note:
* Before the use of the new machine is fully charged, in order to achieve the                                            best results, use the original machine is equipped with a charging cable
* Charger Standard: ± 5.0V 300-500MA, to avoid damage to the host
* The lamp is not lit, the battery is dead, charge before use
* Could not get through to re-boot card or charge after the test
* Does not auto-answer, and re-boot card
* Require an external controller, want their own custom-made
* Do not attempt to disassemble, damage caused by man is not in the scope of the "three guarantees"

Package Included

Mini GSM Bugx1
USB Cable x1
Power Charger x1
User Manual  x1
Retail box x1

 

Warranty Information

12 Months


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This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 14 November, 2012.