Trailer Tracker – TT3G
For city and regional area tracking use
The fleetminder TT3G is a high performance and reliable 3G/GPS Trailer Tracking device which has been designed for trailer and machinery GPS location and theft recovery.
- Allows the trailer to be GPS tracked if separated from the primary vehicle (if the trailer has been “borrowed” or stolen)
- The internal Lithium Ion battery can transmit for up to 25 days*
- Great for tracking workers using trailers and for trailer theft alert and recovery
- Hard external casing for better protection from the weather
- 3G data communication for live tracking
- Rechargeable Lithium Ion battery with up to 25 days standby time*
- Utilises motion sensors and comparative GPS positioning (custom configured)
- Tracking modes:
- Time interval mode
- Distance interval mode
- Smart mode (time, distance and ignition)
- Idle tracking mode
- Mileage report
- Battery level report
- Battery level indicator in each position report
- Journey logging up to 100,000+ waypoints
- Geo-fencing control
- Roaming control
- Customised firmware available (on application)
- Firmware can be updated over-the-air
- Optional magnetic base available
* depending on configuration
- IP66 water and dust proof rating
- Wide temperature range (-40C to +80C)
- Built in 3 axis G-sensor
- 3.7v 2000mAh Li-ion battery (rechargeable)
- Data buffer with 9,500 positions
- 1 x vehicle ignition trigger (acc position)
- 2 x digital outputs and 1 x analogue input
- 6 wire connector for power, inputs, outputs and trigger
- Size: 120mm x 80mm x 32mm
- Weight: 205g
MOUNTING & POWER
The fleetminder TT3G can be trickle charged via the vehicle’s 12 or 24 volt system, off lights or battery. Your local car stereo installer or auto electrician can wire in the trailer tracker for you.
If wired to the lights, ensure that the vehicle’s lights are on most times when driving to keep the internal tracker battery fully charged.
As the TT3G has an external antenna with 5m cable, the main unit can be mounted in any position or hidden to protect it from the weather, vandals or thieves.
(battery life from a fully recharged battery)
Techie terms explained
Geofence / geofencing – A geofence is “virtual” boundary set around a central co-ordinate. For example, you could set a 100 metre geofence around your parked vehicle and be alerted if your vehicle moved out of that geofence area. For more information on geofencing check out our articles on this topic.
Waypoints – A waypoint can mean different things in different situations, but in the context of GPS tracking, a waypoint is any single specific location. Your home garage is a waypoint, your office carpark is a waypoint, a customer delivery location is a waypoint, and a given set of geographic coordinates is a waypoint.