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2-2.5 days with a 5-minute update interval and good coverage.

Instructions for use can be found in the enclosed quick guide. You will find a quick guide at the following link: https://minifinder.com/3533

Yes, with our MiniFinder lanyard, you can also have Nanon hanging around your neck.

Turn off the Nano, and then restart the device. Make sure the device is charged and flashing both green and blue according to the device's operating instructions. Then make sure that energy-saving mode is deactivated and take the device for an outdoor walk for about 15-20 minutes. If the unit has not yet been assigned with a position, we recommend that you contact our support for further assistance and troubleshooting.

Nano can withstand light showers and rain. However, it is not possible to swim with the safety alarm.

You can buy MiniFinder Nano in our webshop: https://shop.minifinder.com/nano-gps-tracker-en

No, the device is still running. When you click lightly on one of the buttons, you turn off the LEDs. Hold the panic button and the side button simultaneously for 3-4 seconds to turn off the device. The unit says "Power Off" to make it clear that it is off.

By default, the Nano updates its position every 5 minutes to achieve standard battery life. The minimum possible update interval is 10 seconds with live tracking for 10 minutes.

Nano security alarms only use the 2G network.

A GPS device can have four different status colours: Green (Online), Orange (Passive), Red (Passive) and White (Offline).

  • Green device text: The device is online and sending position right now.
  • Orange device text: The device is passive and sent the last position more than 10 minutes ago.
  • Red device text: The device is passive and sent the last position more than 1 hour ago.
  • White device text: The device is offline.

Nano is turned off by holding down the power button and the panic button simultaneously for 5 seconds.

Nano safety alarm is charged from 0 - 100% in about 1 hour.

Nano is available in 3 basic colours: Black, White and Gray. It is possible to make 9 different colour combinations based on these colours.

Nano-kleurencombinaties

2.5-3 days with a 30-second update interval and good coverage.

Pico is available in 5 colours: Black, Green, Pink, White and Blue.


Yes. In this case, Pico sends a push notification to the mobiles that have the app installed and are logged in to the device's associated account.

The panic alarm is activated by entering telephone numbers via the APP under authorized numbers. When you hold down the panic button on your Pico for 3-4 seconds, it will call number 1. If number 1 does not answer, it goes to number 2. If number 2 does not answer, it returns to number 1 again. The cycle lasts for about 5 minutes or until someone answers. It is important to make sure that authorized numbers do not have an answering machine activated as the device cannot differentiate whether it is an answering machine or a person answering.

A GPS device can have four different status colours: Green (Online), Orange (Passive), Red (Passive) and White (Offline).

  • Green device text: The device is online and sending position right now.
  • Orange device text: The device is passive and sent the last position more than 10 minutes ago.
  • Red device text: The device is passive and sent the last position more than 1 hour ago.
  • White device text: The device is offline.


No, our collars for animals are not safety collars, i.e. they are not self-triggering. However, our collars are made of a durable and comfortable material, where the GPS tracker can be easily put on.

Instructions for use can be found on page 3 in the enclosed quick guide. The quick guide for Atto Pro can be found here: http://minifinder.se/7245

Hold down the power button for about 12 seconds to turn off your GPS tracker.

No, Atto Pro has no speaker. Atto Pro, on the other hand, has a microphone, so you can call the device and listen to the animal.

Live tracking is started by clicking on Live tracking in the app. Live tracking lasts for 10 minutes with an update interval of 10 seconds. After 10 minutes, the refresh rate returns to the previous setting before live tracking was activated.

The minimum possible refresh rate is 10 seconds with live tracking enabled.

Without live tracking, the minimum refresh rate is 30 seconds.

A GPS device can have four different status colours: Green (Online), Orange (Passive), Red (Passive) and White (Offline).

  • Green device text: The device is online and sending position right now.
  • Orange device text: The device is passive and sent the last position more than 10 minutes ago.
  • Red device text: The device is passive and sent the last position more than 1 hour ago.
  • White device text: The device is offline.

Atto Pro GPS tracker can be charging even when it is turned off. It will also start automatically after charging.

2-3 days with a 30-second update interval and good coverage.

Atto GPS tracker has no shutdown button. To simply turn off the GPS tracker, we recommend that you let its battery run out.

2.5-3 days with a 30-second update interval and good coverage.

Atto GPS tracker has no on/off button. You start the GPS tracker by first charging the unit for about 1.5 hours. Then connect and disconnect the supplied cable a couple of times to start it. It is important that you use the supplied cable to start the unit in the easiest way.

Atto's minimum refresh rate is 30 seconds.

Double check that you use the correct supplied cable and adapter. The included cable has a slightly longer shaft than other micro USB cables.

A GPS device can have four different status colours: Green (Online), Orange (Passive), Red (Passive) and White (Offline).

  • Green device text: The device is online and sending position right now.
  • Orange device text: The device is passive and sent the last position more than 10 minutes ago.
  • Red device text: The device is passive and sent the last position more than 1 hour ago.
  • White device text: The device is offline.

Zepto is easily connected to the car's diagnostic socket, so-called OBD port. The OBD port is usually located on the dashboard somewhere under the steering wheel. Sometimes it may be behind a small hatch. If you are unsure of where the OBD port is located in your vehicle, you can easily find the answer in the vehicle's manual.

To connect the Zepto to a battery, you need an OBD power adapter. The adapter is then easily connected to the battery's plus and minus poles. The black cable is for the negative pole and the red for the positive pole. Then connect the Zepto to the adapter.

OBD means onboard diagnostic system. It is the vehicle's self-diagnostics and reporting tools that are used to quickly provide real-time data from the car.

You can buy Zepto through our webshop, https://shop.minifinder.com/minifinder-zepto-en or at one of our retailers.

Yes, it is possible, but since excavators usually do not have an OBD port, an OBD power adapter will be needed to be able to connect it to the vehicle.

Yes, you can, even though you need an OBD power adapter to connect the Zepto to the vehicle. It is also possible to use Zepto with this solution on mopeds and boats.


Through our tracking system, MiniFinder GO, you can set up notifications that will send an alert to your mobile phone in case your Zepto is dismantled.

Zepto updates its position every 20 seconds.

A GPS device can have four different status colours: Green (Online), Orange (Passive), Red (Passive) and White (Offline).

  • Green device text: The device is online and sending position right now.
  • Orange device text: The device is passive and sent the last position more than 10 minutes ago.
  • Red device text: The device is passive and sent the last position more than 1 hour ago.
  • White device text: The device is offline.


Up to 3 years depending on the configuration.

Instructions for use can be found on page 7 in the enclosed quick guide. The quick guide for Xtreme can be found here: http://minifinder.com/8745

The first charge takes between 8-12 hours. After that, the device charges fully in about 4 hours.

Xtreme has a powerful magnet for easy attachment to a metal surface.

A GPS device can have four different status colours: Green (Online), Orange (Passive), Red (Passive) and White (Offline).

  • Green device text: The device is online and sending position right now.
  • Orange device text: The device is passive and was sent the last position more than 10 minutes ago.
  • Red device text: The device is passive and was sent the last position more than 1 hour ago.
  • White device text: The device is offline.


2.5-3 days with a 30-second update interval and good coverage.

It takes about 2 hours to fully charge the device.

There is no limit in range, as long as the device is connected to the cell tower and satellite, it shows its position.

Pico Lite has no on/off button. To make it easier to switch off the device, we recommend that you let it unload.

As the GPS tracker does not have an on/off button, you start the unit by charging it in the charging station.

Instructions for use can be found on page 3 in the enclosed quick guide. The quick guide for Pico Lite can be found here: http://minifinder.se/5563

A GPS device can have four different status colours: Green (Online), Orange (Passive), Red (Passive) and White (Offline).

  • Green device text: The device is online and sending position right now.
  • Orange device text: The device is passive and sent the last position more than 10 minutes ago.
  • Red device text: The device is passive and sent the last position more than 1 hour ago.
  • White device text: The device is offline.

You can find the Driving Journal at https://triplog.minifinder.com/ or via the MiniFinder Driving Journal app, which can be downloaded from the Google Play Store and App Store.

Visit https://triplog.minifinder.com and use the same login information as you have for MiniFinder GO. There you can see the driving journals and they can be easily saved or printed.

You can read more and download the app via the following link: https://minifinder.se/produkter/korjournal-app

A triplog is a logbook that contains notes about the use of the car. The driver who uses the car for service needs to keep a record of each trip. The logbook can either be filled in by hand or through a digital triplog.

According to the Tax Agency, a valid triplog must contain the following information:


  • Mileage reading at the beginning and end of the year
  • The car's registration number
  • Year that applies to the driving record
  • Today's date and the car's mileage reading at the beginning and end of the journey
  • Number of kilometers driven per mileage
  • Address for the start and end of the trip
  • The purpose of the trip
  • Comment about visited companies, places or people
  • Information or details about you as a driver
  • Refueling (number of liters and price for fuel), travel invoices etc.

Each MiniFinder product comes with a quick guide. Scan the quick guide's QR code or enter the URL in your browser to get the full quick guide. Follow the quick guide step by step and within a few minutes, your MiniFinder will be ready to use. In the quick guide, you will also find a link to a complete user manual for your MiniFinder and the tracking system MiniFinder GO.

Watch the following video to help you get started with a MiniFinder® product:

You register your account and your device by following the instructions on https://my.minifinder.com/.

By connecting your GPS tracker to the alarm and tracking system MiniFinder GO, you get access to several smart and innovative functions such as real-time positioning, geofence and history.

To track your GPS tracker via computer, use the following link https://go.minifinder.com/. The login information is the same as for the APP.

All MiniFinder products are based on world-leading GPS technology and work in over 190 countries. Please contact our support at info@minifinder.com for questions about specific countries.

There is no limit to the range. As long as there is mobile GSM coverage in the area, you can follow your GPS tracker via the app or a computer. You can see the positions of the GPS tracker even if the unit is several thousand kilometres away from you.

Yes. By pressing the map pin, you get more information where there is the information about the distance between you and your MiniFinder.

Start by making sure your GPS tracker is started. See if the device's LEDs indicate GPRS coverage and that your GPS tracker is searching for GPS signal. How exactly the LEDs flash can be found in the user manual for your device. Then set your device at the lowest possible update interval, 30 seconds, without power save mode activated and take the device for a short walk for about 10-15 minutes. Feel free to contact our support if you want further advice: support@minifinder.com.

When your GPS tracker is indoors, the communication between GPS and satellites is affected by walls and ceilings. A margin of error can therefore occur and you may sometimes find that your GPS tracker does not show the exact position when the device is indoors.

Our MiniFinder products have a special IoT SIM card with an Estonian number to guarantee the best possible coverage on the devices. The Estonian SIM card means that your MiniFinder has the opportunity to roam on all operators' networks, depending on which operator has the best coverage in the area where the GPS tracker is located.

No, our products come with pre-installed IoT roaming SIM cards within the EU / EEA. No extra costs are added in addition to the subscription cost for the alarm and tracking service MiniFinder GO.

Go to the device's settings in the app and change the update intervals to a slower frequency, then it will noticeably extend the battery life of your GPS tracker or your personal alarm.

The battery status of our personal alarms and GPS trackers is updated in connection with the new GPS position. If your GPS tracker is indoors or in a place that can affect the communication with the satellites, we recommend that you take the device outdoors for 5-10 minutes.

Absolutely. You can share your MiniFinder GO login information with friends and family.

Yes, there is no limit to the number of devices you can track from one account. Once you have purchased another GPS tracker with the associated subscription, you activate the device under your existing account at https://my.minifinder.com/.

A GPS tracker is a tracking transmitter that can be used to, for example, track and protect valuables such as cars, machines, valuables and other equipment.

Billing for the MiniFinder GO service is standard in arrears per quarter for the customers with less than 3 units and monthly for the users with 3 or more units. Invoice is sent by e-mail by default unless otherwise agreed.

Yes, we ship orders worldwide.

Delivery time depends on the chosen delivery method. Within the EU, the delivery time is 1-3 days. In the rest of the world between 3-7 days.

From the time we receive a unit that has been sent to us for service, you can count on a service time of 3-4 days before the unit is sent back from us. Service that only applies to change of shell is sent from us on the same day we receive the unit. The service time varies depending on the number of units you have sent and what problem (s) have been experienced with the unit/units.

There is no limit to how many people can track your GPS tracker simultaneously. You can share your account with anyone you want to be able to follow the GPS device.

As a private person, you have the opportunity to cancel your purchase 14 days after you have purchased the product. Contact us at support@minifinder.com and enter your order number if you wish to cancel the purchase. You will then receive a return time from us which you specify in connection with the product being sent to us. In the event of a cancelled purchase, you will be responsible for the shipping.