Transponder Node Item ID

To spawn Transponder Node, use the GFI code. To see a list of all GFI codes in Ark, visit our GFI codes list.

The GFI code for Transponder Node is TransGPSAmmo.

Click the 'Copy' button to copy the GFI code to your clipboard, which you can use in the Ark game or server.

TransGPSAmmo
Transponder Node Command (Item ID)

Transponder Node has a numerical item ID and can therefore be spawned using the following cheat command.

Click the 'Copy' button to copy the command to your clipboard. For more item ids, visit our item ids list.

cheat giveitemnum 369 1 1 0
Transponder Node Command (GFI Code)

Use the admin cheat command along with the GFI code to spawn Transponder Node in the Ark.

Click the 'Copy' button to copy the command to your clipboard. For more GFI codes, visit our GFI codes list.

cheat gfi TransGPSAmmo 1 1 0
Transponder Node Blueprint Path

Click the 'Copy' button to copy the Transponder Node blueprint path to your clipboard.

"Blueprint'/Game/PrimalEarth/Test/PrimalItemTransGPSAmmo.PrimalItemTransGPSAmmo'"
Transponder Node Command (Blueprint Path)

The admin cheat command combined with this item's blueprint path can spawn the item in the game.

This is an alternative method to spawning using the GFI code. Click the 'Copy' button to copy the Transponder Node blueprint path spawn command to your clipboard.

cheat giveitem "Blueprint'/Game/PrimalEarth/Test/PrimalItemTransGPSAmmo.PrimalItemTransGPSAmmo'" 1 1 0
Transponder Node Information
Transponder Node
Can be attached to living Creatures to track their location.
The Transponder Node can be attached to both Players and Dinosaurs (tamed and untamed). You can then track all Nodes with the Transponder Tracker. To place on a creature, you need to equip a Transponder Tracker with one or more Nodes in your inventory, then use your Fire key (defaults to Mouse1) on the Dinosaur.
Item ID369
Class NamePrimalItemTransGPSAmmo_C
GFI CodeTransGPSAmmo
CategoryAmmunition
DLCNone
Stack size100
Command Example

The command cheat gfi TransGPSAmmo 10 1 0 will give you 10 Transponder Nodes.