Quake Q4000 GPS satellite modem

Monday, 07 March, 2011 | Supplied by: M2M Connectivity

The Q4000 combines dual-mode operability over both the ORBCOMM satellite constellation and GSM terrestrial network with GPS global tracking in one all-encompassing versatile remote asset tracking solution.

There is an easy-to-use turnkey application for quick set-up for basic tracking and monitoring as well as a flexible application programming interface. The auto-roaming feature allows users’ data to be sent even when out of mobile coverage.

Compact, low profile, flexible and user friendly, the device is integrated with a 50-channel GPS receiver and onboard microprocessor and memory as well as CANbus, memory, antenna detection, multiple analog and digital inputs/outputs and relays.

It provides economical two-way machine-to-machine internet communications with land, marine or aviation-based assets and equipment anywhere in the world. It can retrieve data automatically from isolated power substations or remote metering facilities.

Mobile assets such as trucks, ships and containers can also be more effectively monitored and managed.

Online: www.m2mconnectivity.com.au
Phone: 03 9696 3011
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