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Queclink GPS trackers

To connect GPS device to our server, use one of IP addresses and PORT from the list below

  • EUIP : 138.201.205.20 (Europe)
  • USAIP : 107.170.92.234 (USA)      
  • ASIAIP : 209.58.168.101 (Asia)      
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GPSWOX software is fully compatible with Queclink.

If specific tracker is missing, please try to use the same Port as on the other tracker or contact us.

GPSWOX software supports all Queclink trackers

China based Queclink has been making serious headway in the telematics industry as an innovator, manufacturer and pervoyer of GPS tracking and navigation equipment. Queclinkn has garnered a proven track record of excellence and delivering on the promises they set forth to their clients. They have strived to become a world class leader, designer and manufacturer of industry specific GPS telematics and tracking hardware as well as accompanying accessories.They have developed an extensive portfolio of products that can be used across a wide array of applications and use-cases; from tracking fleets of vehicles and safe-guarding valuable personal belongings, to herding cattle.

Because of their dedication to their customers, Queclink has acquired a number of awards and certificates with China’s leading technology accreditation bureaus. For example, in 2010 they were awarded China’s most prestigious High-Tech Enterprise Certificate, clearly indicating that they are at the forefront of technological innovation and development. In 2014, Queclink was appraised as being one of Shanghai’s leading companies with outstanding credit and the ability to honor and follow-through on customer contracts, showing that customer satisfaction and loyalty is of utmost importance to them.

Moving forward, Queclink has set for themselves a rigorous roadmap to provide state-of-the-art applications that meet the demands of clients in China and abroad. From manufacturing to installation, from final product roll-out to customer service, they continue to set the bar as the industry leader in telematics and GPS tracking hardware and software.

Queclink GPS trackers come in a variety of shapes and sizes, ranging from relatively cheap, entry-level units all the way up to flagship, commercialized trackers. For example the Queclink GMT100 displayed above is their flag-ship, multi-functional telematics device that is capable of up-to-the-minute data communication via GSM 850/900/1800/1900 MHz frequency bands. The GMT100 weighs only 148 grams and contains a 1300 mAh battery in the event of a power outage, providing for up to 330 hours of stand-by time. It has also received industry standard certification with CE and FCC. The GMT100 the ideal piece of tracking equipment for a mobilized fleet of vehicles, motorcycles, and personal watercraft.

The GL300 series is Queclink’s answer to personal safety management as well as GPS tracking and monitoring. Weighing in at a mere 60 grams, the water-resistant and battery powered (1300 mAh) GL300 GPS tracking unit is an asset tracker for applications that include, lone worker safety (S.O.S. button), asset tracking, and stolen vehicle recovery. Additionally, you have the ability to geo-fence - a nifty feature that allows you to set a predetermined perimeter with alerts dispatched if the user chooses to leave the confines of a particular area.

Queclink partnered with Leader Products to proudly serve the farming community with their exclusive Electronic Identification Tag (EID). The EID is specially designed and manufactured to track and keep tabs on livestock. Available in a variety of colors and built using a water-resistant enclosure to withstand the harsh elements when out in the field, the EID enables farmers to cut labor costs by consolidating their livestock oversight, and herd healthier animals by monitoring various data points that are critical to the well-being of the cattle in question.

over 100k users
1550k units tracked
145 billion data points collected