Ultra-durable and compact tracker for indoor and outdoor use with battery power.
Cloud positioning features up to 10 kilometers.
Receiving SOS signals from an operator from LoRaWAN® with dynamic tracking.
GNSS, Wi-Fi AP MAC Address Scanning, and LoRaWAN® geolocation for indoor/outdoor asset management.
Deploy-once battery life with up to 10+ years on only 2 x AAA user-replaceable batteries.
Cloud-based location solving (versus on-device) for substantial power savings.
Tracks assets when they’re on the move and enters sleep mode when stationary to save power.
Receive SOS signals from an operator from LoRaWAN® with dynamic tracking.
LoRa Protocols: LoRa Class A/C or LoRaWAN® Class A/C.
Build-in Li-Ion wireless rechargeable battery.
LoRa: U.S. 915 MHz, E.U. 868 MHz and other LoRa regional standard frequencies available.
OTA Updates: local or via LoRa.
Programmable Dev, App key and Dev ID, OTAA activation.
Off-the-Shelf Batteries. Powered by user-replaceable, off-the-shelf AAA Lithium batteries.
Rugged & Weatherproof. IP68 waterproof housing for extreme durability.
Indoor / Outdoor. GNSS, Wi-Fi AP MAC Address Scanning, and LoRaWAN® geolocation for indoor/outdoor asset management.
Accelerometer. 3-Axis Accelerometer to detect movement.
Geofencing. Create custom geofences and alerts if an asset enters or leaves specific locations.
Flexible Configuration. Configure device parameters such as heartbeat rate, movement and accelerometer settings, and more to fit any tracking application.
Periodic or Movement-Based. Configure parameters to send updates based on set time intervals or when movement occurs.
Sleep Mode. Stationary devices enter sleep mode until movement occurs to conserve battery life and optimize data usage.
Powered by advanced software, solution providers can create easy-to-learn applications scripts enabling the device to match their application interface protocol requirements or select from a set of existing applications provided in the SQ TRACKER TRANSPORT F. Solution providers can control the behavior of the tracker, optimizing the device for their particular needs without recertification or the learning curve typical of embedded firmware.