Companion – Satellite GPS Tracking
Companion Satellite GPS Tracker provides pure satellite tracking with global coverage. Companion does not utilize GSM or CDMA coverage so no celluar towers required. This tracker is weather resistant and durable. Ideal for tracking intermediate bulk containers, vehicles, boats or any fixed or mobile asset. Improve your assets operating efficiency, inventory control and security.
Designed for the intelligent management of fixed and mobile assets, Companion Satellite GPS Tracker is a practical solution for a multitude of options including:
- Up to 12 different reporting times
- 6 Pings per Day
- Average battery life 200 days
- Interval or 24-hour operation mode
- Alternate reporting schedule
- Low battery message
This Satellite tracking device can be line-powered, or in the absence or interruption of external power, Companion will automatically switch to battery back-up. When using line-power, the user has maximum flexibility in messaging frequency allowing for regular monitoring of asset location.
The device utilizes motion sensors, comparative GPS positions and custom configured sensors to gather and transmit asset status information. Each Companion device is configured to track its asset’s specific needs and provide intermediate and emergency alerts by email or text (VAR software integration required).
Device Features Quick installation: Use industrial adhesives, brackets or screw mounts for installation Operates on 5v external line power, 8-22v regulator cable or 4 AAA Lithium Batteries Automatic alerts: Change of location sensing sends alerts if assets move outside of pre-determined range Messaging reductions more: Reduces satellite message if asset remains in same location for a pre-determined period of time Hardware on/off feature: Allows the unit to initiate GPS re-centering functionality Accepts serial signals (TTL) from external inputs Numerous certification including hazard industry and oil & gas industry
Applications: Oil & Gas, Logistics, Tracker Trailers, Shipping, Boats and anyone looking to monitor fixed/mobile remote assets