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GFI 6300 Series

GFI Systems GPS Tracking Unit with ELD Compatibility & Custom I/O Options


GFI Systems’ 6300 family of devices provides the features, expandability, flexibility, and intelligence to meet all of your ever changing fleet management needs for trucks, vans, and hybrid vehicles. Achieve ELD compliance and lower the cost of growing your fleet management program with the GFI 6300 device.

Competitive Price, Advanced Technology

XT6300 Series

Vehicle tracking solutions with optional OBDII and JBUS protocols to support a wide range of vehicles, including passenger, light- to heavy-duty trucks and commercial equipment.

  • Instant geofence notifications to provide fleet managers with greater control and monitoring

  • Embedded cellular, GPS and optional Bluetooth® antennas reduce the need for additional external accessories

  • Customizable data packets to support unique and evolving business needs

  • Platform design allows rapid customization to meet market and application requirements

  • LTE Cat M1, 3G UMTS/HSPA 2G

  • GSM (varies with device model)

  • Over-the-air application firmware upgrades

  • SMS, UPD, AWS MQTT with TLS1.2, MQTT and HTTPS support

  • 5 digital inputs, 1 analog input, 3 outputs, 2 1-wire bus, 2 RS232

  • 3-axis accelerometer and motion detector GarminTM Fleet Management Interface (FMI)

  • Optional 250 mAh rechargeable battery

  • Optional internal buzzer for driver alerts

  • Bell & Telus Certified


The GFI 6300 uses an industry leading on-board alert engine to monitor
external conditions and support customer-defined exception-based rules.
It is able to monitor your vehicle environment and respond instantaneously
to pre-defined thresholds related to time, date, motion, location, input and


GFI’s XT6300 device leverages an advanced management and maintenance system for over-the-air configuration, rule, and firmware updates. The configuration and automatic post-installation upgrades monitor unit health across your entire fleet to identify issues before they become real problems.

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