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AVL GPX-100 User’s Manual 

 

 

 

3G Quest Technologies, Inc. 

 

 
 

 

 
 

AVL GPX-100 

 
 

 

 

 

Installation  

 

Operation  

 

Specification 

 


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1. Installation................................................................................................................... 3 

1.1. 

Software Installation and Configuration ............................................................. 3 

1.1.1. System 

Requirement ....................................................................................... 3 

1.1.2. Software 

Installation ....................................................................................... 3 

1.1.3. Configuration .................................................................................................. 3 
1.1.3.1. 

Setup general information (General Tab)............................................. 5 

1.1.3.2. 

Setup phone call recipients (Call Tab) .................................................. 5 

1.1.3.3. Setup 

Text 

Message recipients (Trace Tab) .......................................... 7 

1.1.3.4. 

Setup input and output points (I/O Channel Tab).............................. 9 

1.1.3.5. 

Setup Alarm/Event notifications (Events Tab) ..................................... 9 

1.1.3.6. 

Setup remote controls (Keys Tab)......................................................... 10 

1.1.3.7. 

Save and Download Configuration........................................................... 11 

1.2. Hardware 

installation ........................................................................................ 12 

1.2.1. Power 

Source ................................................................................................ 12 

1.2.2. GPS 

Antenna................................................................................................. 12 

1.2.3. GSM 

Antenna ............................................................................................... 12 

1.2.4. 

Input and Output ........................................................................................... 12 

2. Operation................................................................................................................... 13 

2.1. 

Making a call..................................................................................................... 13 

2.2. Receiving 

call................................................................................................. 13 

2.3. Sending 

current 

location ................................................................................... 13 

2.4. Navigation......................................................................................................... 13 
2.5. 

Arm/Disarm the device ..................................................................................... 14 

3. Technical 

Reference.................................................................................................. 15 

4. Legal 

Statement ........................................................................................................ 16 

5. Appendix................................................................................................................... 17 

5.1. Parts 

List ........................................................................................................... 17 

 

 


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1.  Installation 

1.1.  Software Installation and Configuration 

1.1.1. System 

Requirement 

 
The minimum requirement to install the configuration application is 
 

1.  Operating System: Windows NT/2000/XP 

2.  Free Disk space:  5 Mbytes 

3.  One CD-ROM device 

4.  One DB-9 serial port connector 

1.1.2. Software 

Installation 

 
To install the configuration application, 
 

1.  Insert the installation CD to the CD-ROM device; 

2.  The installation will guild you to finish the setup; and 

3. A 

QUEST,

, icon will be created on your platform desktop screen. 

1.1.3. Configuration 

 
After the installation, you can click on the QUEST icon to configure your 
devices.  To setup your device,   
 

1.  Connect DC adapter to your device as the power source. 

2.  Connect your device to PC with serial port cable; 

3.  Double click on QUEST icon, the Home tree will be shown as Figure 

1 

 

 


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Figure 1: Home Tree 
 

4. Expend 

the 

Home

 tree, an AVLDevice tree will be shown as Figure 

2

 

Figure 2: AVLDevice Tree 
 

5. Expend 

the 

AVLDevice

 tree, there is a default device, 

MyDefaultDevice

, has been created. (Figure 3

 


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Figure 3: Default Device 
 

6.  Double click on the ‘MyDefaultDevice’ device.   You should be in 

the device configuration. (Figure 4

 

Figure4: Device Configuration 

1.1.3.1.  Setup general information (General Tab

 
From this interface, you can modify the device name, update 

device serial number (10 characters string from the back of the 

device), and device pin number. 

1.1.3.2.  Setup phone call recipients (Call Tab)  

 

 


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The device is able to store 4 pre-set phone numbers for speed dial 

phone call.  From this interface (Figure 5), you can setup the phone 

numbers to be your phone call recipients. 

 

 

Figure 5: Call Recipient Setup  
 
The device panel has 6 keys (Figure 6). 

 

Figure 6: Device Panel 
 

 To call 1

st

 recipient, press Call key and wait 3 second, the 

call will be made. 

 

 To call 2

nd

 recipient, press F1/0 key, then press Call key 

and wait for 3 second, the call will be made. 

 


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 To call 3

rd

 recipient, press F2/1 key, then press Call key 

and wait for 3 second, the call will be made. 

 

 To call 4

th

 recipient, press F3/9 key, then press Call key 

and wait for 3 second, the call will be made. 

 

 To make an emergency call 911, by pressing F3/9F2/1

and F2/1, then waits for 3 second, the call will be made. 

 

Note that the time interval between 2 key presses should be less 

than 3 second; otherwise it would be treated as 2 separated 

operations instead of a single action.  Before the action being 

executed, press Clear/Hangup key will stop making the phone call. 

 

To terminate a conversation, press Clear/Hangup key, the phone 

call will be ended. 

 

Connect your headset to the device during the a phone call.  

 

 

Figure 7: DC, Earphone, and MIC. panel 
 

1.1.3.3.  Setup Text Message recipients (Trace Tab

 
The device is able to store 4 pre-set phone numbers for speed dial 

text message call.  The text message includes system events and 

vehicle locations.  From this interface (Figure 8), you can setup the 

phone numbers to be your text message recipients. 

 

 


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Figure 8:  Text Message recipient 
 
To send current vehicle location to 1

st

 recipient, press Trace key 

and wait 3 second, the call will be made.  This recipient is also the 

default recipient of system notifications (

2.1.3.5 

Setup 

Alarm/Event notifications

). 

 

 To send current vehicle location to 2

nd

 recipient, press F1 

key, then press Trace key and wait for 3 second, the call 

will be made. 

 

 To send current vehicle location to 3

rd

 recipient, press F2 

key, then press Trace key and wait for 3 second, the call 

will be made. 

 

 To send current vehicle location to 4

th

 recipient, press F3 

key, then press Trace key and wait for 3 second, the call 

will be made. 

 

Note that the time interval between 2 key presses should be less 

than 3 second; otherwise it would be treated as 2 separated 

operations instead of a single action.  Before the action being 

 


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executed, press Clear/Hangup key will stop making the message 

call. 

The Auto Trace Rate is the time interval of sending vehicle 

location, when the Auto Trace mode is ON.   

 

1.1.3.4. Setup 

input and output points (I/O Channel Tab

 
The device is able to connect 4 inputs and 4 outputs (Figure 9).  

From this interface (Figure 10), you can setup channel names and 

enable/disable individual channel. 

 

 

Figure 9: I/O channels 
 
 
 

  

Figure 10: Input/Output setup 

1.1.3.5. Setup 

Alarm/Event notifications (Events Tab

 
The device will send text message to the default recipient for the 

events and trigger outputs for the alarms.   The default recipient is 

the 1

st

 text message recipient defined in the 

Trace Tab

.  From the 

 


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interface (Figure 11), you can setup event text message and 

enable/disable individual event and alarm.  

 

 

Figure 11: Event/Alarm setup 

1.1.3.6.  Setup remote controls (Keys Tab

 
Every AVLDevice can learn up to 4 remote controls.   From this 

interface (Figure 12), you can have the device learns a new remote 

controller, read key information from the device, and setup status 

of the controls.  The key number is read only, which is stored in 

the device. 

 

 

Figure 12: Remote Control setup 
 
Learn a remote control: 

   

 


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 Press LearnKey button.  The F3 led will static on, which is 

waiting for remote control signals. 

 

 Press any button of the remote control.   If the device 

receives the signal, the F3 led will become flashing for few 

seconds then turn off.  

 

 A successful learning will return the key number of the 

remote control, which will be shown on this setup screen. 

 

Note that F3 led will be returned to off state either after a 

successfully learn a remote control or 15 second learning interval 

is passed. 

1.1.3.7.  Save and Download Configuration 

 
After making any changes on the device,   click on the Save button, 

data will be saved to local database; click on the UpdateDevice 

button, data will be saved to the local database and downloaded to 

the device. 

 


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1.2. Hardware 

installation 

 
Warning: In order to guarantee the device’s proper 

functions and the vehicle’s safety, a certified technician is 

required to install the device to the vehicle.  

1.2.1. Power 

Source 

 
The power source can be either from the vehicle battery or from the cigarette 

lighter. In order to have normal functioning device, the power must be 

maintained between 9V to 15V. 

1.2.2. GPS 

Antenna 

 
The GPS antenna is required to receive signal from the satellites. Without 

the GPS antenna, the vehicle location cannot be calculated.  

1.2.3. GSM 

Antenna 

 
The GSM antenna is required to make phone calls, and send and receive text 

messages.  Without the antenna, the phone call quality and data transfer 

ability may not be ensured. 

1.2.4. 

Input and Output 

 
To enable the anti-theft function of the device, at least one of the input 

points must be connected to a sensor.  The detailed input and output 

specifications please reference to the 

4 Technical References

. You also 

need to reference 

2.1.3.4 Setup Input and Output points

 and 

2.1.3.5. 

Setup Alarm/Event Notifications

 to properly enable individual Input and 

output channels. 

 


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2. Operation 

 
The keys on the device should match those on the remote controls.   For the 

simplicity, the key will be meant either remote control key or device panel key.  

2.1.  Making a call 

 
To make a phone call to a preset recipient, please reference to    

2.1.3.2 Setup 

phone call recipients

 

2.2.  Receiving a call 

 
To pick up an incoming phone call, press Call key to start the call.  To hang up a 

phone call, press Clear/Hangup key to terminate the call. 

2.3.  Sending current location 

 
There are two modes of sending vehicle location 

 

 Manual mode: As 

2.1.3.3 

Setup Text Message recipients

 described, by 

pressing Trace, F1 then Trace, F2 then Trace, or F3 then Trace, the current 

vehicle location will be sent to the specific recipient. 

 

 Auto mode: To enable the auto mode, by pressing the F2 key on the 

device and wait for the F2 LED being on, the device will enter the auto 

mode.  The recipient is the last recipient of the manual mode; the interval 

is defined in the 

Auto Trace Rate (Figure 7)

. To disable the Auto Mode, by 

pressing the F2 key again and wait for the F2 LED being off, the device 

will return to the Manual Mode. 

2.4. Navigation 

 

 


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The device can output GPS data thru the RS232 port.  Any notebook, PC, or palm 

device with a map application, as long as the map application is able to interpret 

the GPS data, the whole system becomes a real-time navigation system. 

 

To enable this feature, by pressing F1 key and wait for the F1 LED being turn on, 

the device is in navigation mode.   To disable this feature, by pressing the F1 key 

again and wait for the F1 LED being turn off, the device will end the navigation 

mode. 

2.5.  Arm/Disarm the device 

 
If you have I/O channels are installed and enabled, press Cancel key of the remote 

control to arm/disarm the device.   

 

Note that when you arm the device, you must make sure feature LED are all off.  

In order to make sure they are off, you can press Cancel key several time to turn 

off features and turn on the alarm system. 

 


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3. Technical Reference 

 

Item Quantity 

Specification 

MCU 

Microchip pic18f6x2x 64pin 10MHz 

Input 

12VDC  input 

Output 4 

12V@200mA 

output 

GSM module 

850/1900 MHz 

SIM card 

3V 

GSM Antenna 

Dual band 850/1900 MHz 

GPS & Antenna 

L1 1575.42 MHz; C/A code 1.023 MHz chip rate; 16 

channels; -139dBm sensitivity 

RF receiving  

Module 

315 MHz for receiving remote control events. 

EEPROM 

256K bytes for GPS logging 

RS232 

9600 baud rate 

Microphone 

2V, 0.5mA; 2KOhms; -40~-50dB sensitivity, SNR > 

50dB 

Speaker 

10mW; 32 ~150Ohms impedance; sensitivity 150 dB SPL

Function key 

6 for external usage, 2 for internal usage 

Main Power 

Car 12V battery. Power range +9V ~ +15V 

DC Adapter 

12VDC for PC configuration only 

 

 


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4. Legal Statement 

 

Users must follow User Manual in strict accordance during operations. If things 

which are not described in User Manual occur, don’t handle them by yourself but 

contact us or the local agent immediately. 3G Quest shall not be held responsible for 

the loss due to user’s improper operations. The product’s specifications are subject to 

change without notice. 

 

Federal Communication Commission Interference Statement 

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B 
digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.  These limits are designed to 
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential 
installation.  This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency 
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may 
cause harmful interference to radio communications.  However, there is no 
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation.  If this 
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which 
can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to 
try to correct the interference by one of the following measures: 
 

Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. 

Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. 

Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that 

to which the receiver is connected. 

Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. 

 
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the 
following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and 
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that 
may cause undesired operation. 
 
FCC Caution: Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party 
responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate this 
equipment. 
 
IMPORTANT NOTE: 
FCC Radiation Exposure Statement: 

This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled 
environment. This equipment should be installed and operated with minimum distance 
20cm between the radiator & your body. 

 


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This transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other 
antenna or transmitter. 

5. Appendix 

5.1. Parts 

List 

 
This package includes the following items: 
 

 GPX-100 device 

 12VDC power adapter 

 GPS antenna 

 GSM antenna 

 Remote control 

 RS232 serial port cable 

 Installation CD 

 User’s manual 

 Power cord with I/O wires 

 Cigarette power adapter 

 2-wire power cord 

 Mounting  screws 

 Headset