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Tracking Key II

Second-by-Second Passive Tracking Device
No Monthly Fees, Easy to Use!

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Key Benefits

  • Battery Life is 4 Weeks
  • Built-in Motion Detector
  • Records 100 hours of movement
  • Unit pauses when not in motion
  • Adjustable Recording Rate
  • Shows All Travel Activity
  • Displays location, date, time, speed, and direction
  • Custom reports show locations driven and mileage between stops
  • Animated history shows the driving car along its route
  • Small, compact and reliable GPS unit

Includes Complete Maps and Reports

The tracking key is a passive tracking device. This device will accurately evaluate travel activities with proof of exact date, time, speed, direction of travel and location, and stop duration. This system has a built-in antenna, and uses 2 AA batteries. This Tracking Key is water resistant and equipped with a powerful magnet.

Software Features & Reporting

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The Tracking Key® II is a portable, pocket-sized GPS data logger that records and captures the complete movement history of any vehicle or asset.

The information recorded by the Tracking Key® II can be viewed with NEW web-based Flashback Tracking Software powered by Google Maps. Standard, Hybrid and 3D mapping shows the precise location, travel history, stops, stop durations and event history. This system has a built-in antenna, and uses 2 AA batteries. The Tracking Key® II is water resistant and equipped with a powerful magnet.

  • MAC & PC Compatible
  • Powered by Google Maps
  • Cloud Data Storage
  • Enhanced Battery Life
  • 1 Second Updates
  • Accurate to 2.5 Meters
  • Worldwide Tracking
  • No Monthly Fees

The powerful digital mapping software that is included features on-screen animations of the vehicle movement.

tracking key map


The printed reports are easy to read and can be customized to provide you with all of the travel details - including date/time, starts, stops, speeds and even addresses.

Daily Driving Report for John Peterson
Date Span : March 3, 2003  ~  March 5, 2003
March 3, 2003
Departed From : 2000-2050 S. Route 31, McHenry, IL
Arrived At : 1200-1250 Butler St., Morris, IL
Total Driving Time : 6 hours, 7 minutes, 2 seconds
Total Mileage Driven : 217.7 miles
Departed Driving Time Arrived Location Arrived Distance (Miles) Stopped Time
3/3/2003 8:15:32 AM 1h:08m:42s 3/3/2003 9:24:14 AM

314-339 Lake St., Crystal Lake, IL

41.0 1h:19m:04s
3/3/2003 10:43:18 AM 1h:34m:37s 3/3/2003 12:17:55 PM 1673-1699 Greenbriar Dr., Schaumburg, IL 35.8 0h:57m:30s
3/3/2003 1:15:25 PM 1h:09m:19s: 3/3/2003 2:24:44 PM 3600-3699 N. Leavitt St., Chicago, IL 38.5 0h:20m:46s
3/3/2003 2:45:30 PM 0h:30m:04s 3/3/2003 3:15:34 PM 5644-5699 W. West End Ave, Oak Park, IL 15.4 0h:15m:40s
3/3/2003 3:31:14 PM 1h:44m:20s 3/3/2003 5:15:34 PM 1200-1250 Butler St., Morris, IL 87.0 End of Day
March 4, 2003
Departed From : 1200-1250 Butler St., Morris, IL
Arrived At : 2000-2050 S. Route 31, McHenry, IL
Total Driving Time : 7 hours, 57 minutes, 59 seconds
Total Mileage Driven : 545.9 miles
Departed Driving Time Arrived Location Arrived Distance (Miles) Stopped Time
3/3/2003 10:45:44 AM 3h:26m:10s 3/3/2003 2:11:54 PM

1500-1599 N. East St., Bloomington, IL

243.2 1h:19m:20s
3/3/2003 3:31:14 PM 0h:13m:04s 3/3/2003 3:44:18 PM 800-899 Landua Ln., Bloomington, IL 6.3 0h:30m:56s
3/3/2003 4:15:14 PM 4h:18m:45s: 3/3/2003 8:33:59 PM 2000-2050 S. Route 31, McHenry, IL 296.4 End of Day
March 5, 2003
Departed From : 2000-2050 S. Route 31, McHenry, IL
Arrived At : 2600-2699 N. Holton St., Milwaukee, WI
Total Driving Time : 8 hours, 44 minutes, 25 seconds
Total Mileage Driven : 535.8 miles
Departed Driving Time Arrived Location Arrived Distance (Miles) Stopped Time
3/3/2003 6:17:29 AM 0h:39m:26s 3/3/2003 6:56:55 AM

3600-3699 N. Leavitt St., Chicago, IL

32.6 1h:20m:29s
3/3/2003 8:17:24 AM 2h:09m:52s 3/3/2003 10:27:16 AM 100-199 W. 6th Ave., Gary, IN 122.7 0h:46m:56s
3/3/2003 11:14:12 AM 1h:07m:59s: 3/3/2003 12:22:11 PM 711-799 Douglas St., Joliet, IL 54.2 0h:17m:05s
3/3/2003 12:39:16 PM 2h:04m:17s 3/3/2003 2:43:33 PM 900-999 Ridge Ave., Rockford, IL 136.3 0h:31m:03s
3/3/2003 3:14:36 PM 0m:41h:47s 3/3/2003 3:56:23 PM 400-499 Stevenson St., Marengo, IL 50.4 0h:26m:28s
3/3/2003 4:22:51 PM 2h:01m:04s 3/3/2003 6:23:55 PM 2600-2699 N. Holton St., Milwaukee, WI 139.6 End Of Day
Sorry, the GPSTrackingKey is not compatable with Macs. Please try one of our other Tracking Devices.

GPS and Data Specifications

bullet    Maximum Number of Satellites    -    16
bullet    Horizontal Accuracy    -    2.5 Meters
bullet    Communication Protocal    -    NMEA
bullet    Data Output    -    USB
bullet    Memory Type    -    Flash (non-volatile)

Tracking Key, Battery Life Information

bullet    1 Hour Per Day Driving    -    3 Weeks
bullet    2 Hours Per Day Driving    -    2 Weeks
bullet    4 Hours Per Day Driving    -    1 Weeks
bullet    Sleep Mode Entry    -    2 Minutes of no movement
bullet    Cold Start GPS Aquisition Time    -    41 Seconds
bullet    Warm Start    -    33 Seconds
bullet    Hot Start    -    < 3.5 Seconds



Your Purchase Includes:

  • Tracking Key
  • The Latest Version of Mapping Software
  • Manufacturer's 1 Year Limited Warranty
  • Free Technical Support
  • Discreetly Shipped, Labeled From "RMT"


Covert Places to Install the Tracking Key

Hiding a GPS from plain view isn’t difficult. In fact, most GPS trackers are hidden from view. To find a spot that nobody will detect, consider the layout of your vehicle. It’s also a good idea to think about where the person (or persons) who use the vehicle daily will sit. Below, you will find some covert places to install a GPS tracker.

  1. Underneath the dash pad. Most people will not look in this area for a GPS tracker.
  2. Behind the steering column
  3. Between a vehicle’s grill and radiator (avoid heat)
  4. Underneath passenger and driver side seats
  5. Under plastic interior panels
  6. Under kick pads
  7. Under brake light cover
  8. Inside seat pocket
  9. Inside speaker
  10. Inside glove compartment
  11. Under vehicle (if magnet is equipped)
  12. Inside front or rear bumper (if plastic or rubber)

Even though hiding a GPS tracker may be important, it is also important that your tracker not be blocked by metal or any other object in order to gain the best reception. If you want to conceal your tracker, consider purchasing one of our InstallCards. This will ensure an expert installation that is undetectable, but also functional.

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The Tracking Key is a passive tracking device which means that it records data that can later be downloaded and reviewed. There are no service fees or contracts.

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Passive Tracking

Passive GPS Devices Provide Accurate GPS Data

GPS devices are designed for many purposes and for different operations. GPS covert tracking can be done in a passive mode, meaning data is recorded for checking later. GPS tracking data can also be collected in real time, as when tracking a stolen vehicle. One of the more popular passive covert GPS devices is the Tracking Key from Rocky Mountain Tracking.

These are among the smallest covert GPS devices on the market. The Tracking Key can be secretly placed in the car, where it sits idle until the car is started and placed in motion. Motion sensors activate the covert gps tracker data recorder which stores data in a flash drive that can be plugged into any Windows based computer later and downloaded. These concealed GPS devices are also among the least expensive.

One of the advantages of the Tracking Key is that there are no monthly fees for monitoring. These hidden GPS devices operate on the power of two "AAA" batteries and only record when the vehicle is in motion. The batteries can last up to four weeks under normal operating conditions. The GPS data is stored in a nonvolatile format, meaning it will not be lost if the batteries go dead. Most covert GPS devices require storage of data elsewhere to prevent loss.

The accuracy of the Tracking Key is quite good, within 2.5 meters horizontally. Among hidden GPS devices, this is very good, and is definitely good enough to provide accurate GPS data on the stops made in the vehicle while the Tracking Key is recording. Time information is pulled from the GPS satellites at the same time as location data, making the time logs as accurate as possible too.

One unique feature normally reserved for covert GPS devices that require a monitoring contract is the detailed mapping of GPS data and the ability to change views as needed. Maps can be generated from a global perspective, a bird's eye view, or even three dimensional representations with an animated car following the route driven.

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