asset tracking device Piccolo ATX
Long Life Battery Powered GPS Tracker
5 Year GPS tracker
The Piccolo ATX, a wireless battery powered GPS tracker is packaged in an ultra rugged IP67 waterproof enclosure with a long battery life of up to 5 years powered by two standard off the shelf C size lithium batteries.
Battery-Powered GPS Tracker - Applications
The Piccolo ATX battery powered GPS asset tracker is designed to track unpowered assets such as Containers and Pallets- see how it works below
Robust, IP67 waterproof enclosure.
Powered by two standard off the shelf Type C High Current lithium batteries, that report up to 3,000 positions. The batteries are easily replaced, reducing maintenance to a minimum!
Reconfigure the Piccolo ATX by sending SMS commands.
Asset tracking device alerts on unauthorized movement or vibration, reporting for the duration of vibration and allowing to respond quickly to theft.
ATX can be supplied with a dry contact IO event or open loop detection that wakes up the unit and sends an alarm when an event occurs.
The unit can change the frequency of transmitting GPS when entering a pre-configured geofence to be detected at first wake up.
Sends cell based locations in addition to GPS coordinates.
High accuracy achieved with integrated 66 satellite channel MTK GPS technology.
USB port for firmware download and configuration. USB port powers the unit during configuration.
Extremely low power consumption achieved by innovative battery management to preserve battery life.
With every GPS message, the ATX sends to the server the battery level it currently operates on and current
temperature inside the unit.
Vibration sensor – for automatic security theft alarm and motion detection.
Piccolo ATX battery powered GPS asset tracker
How it works
Can be preprogramed to send the GPS location every XX hours (usually once a day) when the asset is in stop position.
When vibration is detected the unit wakes up automatically and sends
an alarm and switches to motion mode sending GPS every XX minutes for as long as the asset is in motion mode (usually every 60 minutes).
Top Cover Alarm Switch available.
- Network Availability – GSM/GPRS or EDGE/HSPA+ (3G) or 4G CATM NB1
- Frequency Bands – 2G Quad-Band, 3G European: 900/1800/2100 or 3G US 850/1900 MHZ, 4G NB1: Cat.M1 & NB1, LTE-FDD:B1/B2/B3/B4/B5/B8/B12/ B13/B18/B19/B20/B26/B28 LTE-TDD:
- GPS Technology
48 Channel SIRF Star IV
- Wireless Sensors
Compatible with WLI Family of RF Beacons
Store & Forward- Built-in flash storage for data logging up to 5000 messages when out of cellular connectivity
- Case Material: Polycarbonate Lexan 123R (HB-UV) water proof IP67 enclosure, rated UL94V-0
- Dimensions : Small size 5.2″ x 3.2″ x 1.35″ (132mm x 82mm x 34mm). Designed to fit between the container ribs
- Weight: 6oz (170g) without the batteries
- Operating Temperature: -22° to 176°F (-30° to 80°C)
- Storage Temperature: -40° to 221°F (-40° to 105°C)
- Humidity: 0 to 99% 110F (40C), non-condensing
- Shock/Vibration/Mechanical: meets or exceeds EIA standard RS-316B 3G (operating), 20G (non-operating) XYZ 3 directions. Meets SAE J1455
- Certificates: FCC, CE
- Standby mode: 40mA at 3V
- Sleep mode: 45uA at 3V
- Transmit mode: 1.8A pulse at 3V
- Two off the shelf C size high current lithium batteries,
3.7 VDC each can transmit around 3000 GPS positions
- Four Magnets for mounting on metal surfaces
- 3M two sided tape
- Bolt into place with 4 screws
Battery-Powered GPS Tracker - FAQ
A battery powered GPS tracker is solely powered off it’s internal battery and is usually used for GPS location tracking of remote assets such as containers.
With a battery powered GPS tracker, you are able to track and monitor any non-powered asset for up to 10 years- depending on the battery type and the amount of GPS check-ins/day.
The benefits of a battery powered GPS asset tracking device include reducing maintenance costs, providing inventory control and allowing you to rapidly detect & recover stolen equipment.
The battery life of a battery powered GPS tracking device depends on the type of battery and the amount of GPS check-ins/day. More check-ins will reduce the battery life.