The OBD tracker has two LED lights that indicate the tracker's current connection.
Front of device:
Lights (on the end of the device):
Here's what the two LED lights mean:
The GPS LED is blue → The GPS connection is what allows the tracker to get an accurate location position. The blue LED will flash when connecting to the network and will turn solid blue when it has a lock on the GPS signal. The LED going dark could indicate either the device is in standby mode or has lost signal.
The CELL LED is green → This displays the status of the cellular connection that is used to communicate with the Hapn platform. During normal operation, the green LED will flash once every three seconds. This indicates a good connection. If the LED is flashing rapidly (about once every second), that means the unit is actively attempting to connect to the network.
- If you have no lights flashing, then the device is not properly inserted in your vehicle's OBD port. Please refer to your vehicle's Owner's Manual for information regarding the location and usage of the OBD port for your make and model.
For more information on the OBD tracker, please click here to review the OBD User Manual.