Trackit247 are happy to announce the launch of its new Industrial Asset Tracker. This new tracking device is designed especially for industrial applications. Designed to be used in tough environments where long battery life is required even in live tracking mode. Used to protect large machinery, equipment, trucks, trailers, tractors and more.
This tracker can be bolted to assets to ensure that it cannot be removed. Trackers are charged by placing the device onto a charging mat. By using a wireless charging technology called ‘inductive charging’, you simply place the tracker onto the charging mat. No wires or connectors necessary. The device is 100% waterproof.
- Designed especially for industrial applications ie. to protect & track large machinery, plant equipment, trucks, trailers etc
- Designed to work in extremely tough industrial environments
- Has long battery life even in live tracking mode (up to 2 years)*
- Extremely strong case (235x90x30mm)
- 100% waterproof
- Wireless charging
- Designed to withstand hard knocks and outdoor weathering in heavy industrial environment
* will depend on frequency of tracking
To purchase this new item please visit the store page asset tracker
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