Quick Installation Guide Fleet Complete MGS60




Caution! Devices are delivered with partially charged internal batteries. During initial setup, do not use devices with existing battery levels. Connect the device to the power supply until they are fully charged. After devices are fully charged, they can be used.


Caution! There is a risk of explosion if you replace the internal battery with a non- approved type of battery. Manage disposal of used batteries according to environmental compliance guidelines.


Waste Management: Equipment must not be disposed of with other household waste. The product must be transported to special collection points at the end of its life cycle.


MGS60 is a Plug & Play type GPS tracking device that connects to the vehicle via the OBD2 socket. Fast and simple installation eliminates installation costs and allows on-the-spot presentation of the device.

Basic Characteristics:

  • Fast and Easy installation
  • Recording of trips, distance traveled and speed of the vehicle.
MGS60 Specifications
Cellular Technology 2G
Internal Antenna
Quad-band 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
GNSS (Satellite Technology) GPS, GLONASS, GALILEO
Tracking Sensitivity: -164 dbm
Cold Start duration: <30 s
Aided Start: 3s
Input Voltage Range 10-32V with charging protection
Back-up Battery 190mAh LiPo battery 3.7V (up to ~1 hour of tracking when vehicle battery disconnected)
Power Consumption @ 12 V DC Idle Mode: 38.0 mA
Active mode: 52.1 mA
Deep Sleep Mode: 6.8 mA
Sensors Accelerometer – 3axis auto calibrating;
Dimensions 63 * 52 * 28mm (L*W*H)
Weight 66 g

Package contents:

  1. Fleet Complete MGS60 device with embedded SIM card for device transmission of data to the Internet



The MGS60 is a Plug & Play device and as such, no special installation knowledge is required, and the installation can be carried out by the user of the system.

The device plugs in directly to the existing OBD (On-Board-Diagnostics) port of the vehicle according to the instructions provided below.

Fleet Complete Customer Support can assist you with the process if required.

An OBD port of a vehicle is illustrated in the picture:


Device Characteristics

  1. LED
  2. OBD Port

To activate the Device:

  • Locate the OBD port of your vehicle (Usually located under the dashboard, or at the left-hand side of the steering wheel or at the center console near the gear lever – consult vehicle manufacturer manual to locate it).
  • Connect the device to the OBD port. There is only one way to plug the device in, be careful not to apply too much pressure so that you don’t damage the pins.
  • Make sure that the LED is blinking.

To deactivate the device:

  • Remove the device from the OBD port of your vehicle.

Indicative position of OBD connector in vehicles:

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Status LED

Once device is installed, the device LED will start blinking.

The meaning of LED status is explained in the table below:

GNSS Fix is acquired Once every second   Accurate GSM, no GPRS
Once every 4 seconds Accurate GSM, GPRS connected
Always on, blinks once every 4 seconds Link with server is open
Once every 0.2 seconds No signal
GNSS fix is not acquired Twice every second Accurate GSM, no GPRS
Twice every 4 seconds Accurate GSM, GPRS connected
Always on, blinks twice every 4 seconds Link with the server is open
Twice every 0.2 seconds No signal
Sleep Mode Once every 10 seconds The device is in sleep mode


 If the device prevents the vehicle from functioning properly or the OBD2 port location does not allow the device to function properly, you can order one of the two optional cables available.

If you use an OBD2 extension cable, it is recommended to place the device next to the steering wheel or the center console so that the LED is pointing towards the interior of the vehicle and not to the engine compartment.

When using a 12V cigarette lighter plug, it’s also possible to install the device in the rear 12V socket, so that, preferably in cases of hatchbacks, station wagons or minivans, the device would be pointed towards a window for better GPS signal reception.

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Image 1: OBD2 Extension cable

Image 2: 12V vehicle lighter plug

Example Installation in a private vehicle

MGS60 device was installed in a private vehicle.

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In the FCPlus main screen you can have a total overview of the fleet of assets or vehicles, and by selecting specific asset/vehicle, you can have trip data by selecting the “Open Track” option.

Historical data of an 81-kilometer drive is shown below:


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