The PL 500 is a small device designed to answer the various location needs the LCU500 is not designed to solve.

Its main applications are:

  • Personal location and protection.
  • Valuable equipment tracking and protection.
  • Motorcycles protection.
  • Advanced computerized vehicles protection.

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  1. Online Fleet Management System that works on GPRS DATA and not SMS.
  2. With GPRS you can track the vehicle with a very high frequency of transmissions only when the vehicle is on the IP network (GPRS), to reduce SMS costs.
  3. GPRS Receiver: External GPRS receiver connected to the unit, allowing real-time tracking and onboard

location-based analysis.

  1.  2 GPRS Indications: GPRS indications sent to the center includes the time of the last valid location, and current operating mode of the GPS.
  2.  Miles by GPRS: Advanced algorithm to calculate the vehicle's mileage based on the GPS, without any external connections to the vehicle's odometer..
  3.  Last Location Saving: Saving of the vehicle's last position, in case of going out of GPS coverage.
  4.  In the situation that the vehicle is out of coverage area, the LCU 500 unit has the ability to memorize 150 reports, which is being transmitted (first in first out )immediately it enters into coverage area.
  5.  Pointer System offers car recovery within Abuja in the case of theft.
  6.  Pointer Systems Limited is working on approval and license to be able to recover vehicle anywhere in the country
  7.  MASTER KEY SYSTEM: Pointer System offers the option of a Master key system; this is a system whereby an organization can break down the management and monitoring of their fleet from zone to zone and can at the same time have all the fleet managed from one zone.


  1. MASTER KEY SYSTEM: This system enables the Transport Manager of an Organization to Monitor and Manage all the vehicles that belongs to the organization. Other branch of the organization can monitor the vehicles in their region, but only the head office can monitor the vehicle in its own region and the other regions. Diagram below


    • Passive Arming: Optional automatic system arming when the vehicle has been off for a period of time.
    •  Towing Detection: GPS-based detection of movement while the system is armed produces a towing alert to the center.
    •  Backup Battery: Backup battery is included on board to detect and keep transmitting information in case of main power failure, usually due to break-in and tempering with the LCU.
    •  Low Power Warning: Warning transmission whenever the main power goes below a predefined threshold.
    •  4 Disarming Devices: Four disarming devices are available, including keypad, remote control, remote control with keypad on-board, and Dallas iButton.
    •  Arm from Lock Pulse: Option for arming from the doors' locking pulse, in case of existing alarm system.
    •  Unauthorized Code Alert: Alert when unauthorized code has been used by the keypad or remote control with keypad on-board.
    •  Gradual Stop: Option to gradually stop the vehicle by using an external relay over the fuel pump. The parameters to set the gradual delay and pulses speed are all programmable.
    •  Sensors Locking: Optional locking of active sensors when the vehicle arms, to bypass faulty sensors.
    •  Siren Disabling: Option to avoid the use of the siren when the alarm is triggered
    •  Led Indication: Led to indicate the current alarm system logic state.
    •  Keypad Arming: Option to arm the system by using the Keypad.
    •  Keypad Emergency: Option to send distress signal from the keypad without the need for additional emergency button.







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