Fleet Tracking Units With Leading Technology

Tuesday, 03 May 2016 13:17
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Fleet tracking unit offers leading edge technology including a new 3-axis accelerometer for measuring driver behavior and vehicle impacts while offering the high reliability fleet customers demand.

 

 CalAmp's flagship supports a broad range of wireless connection options and comes equipped with either light or heavy duty vehicle interfaces. This series expandability and flexibility are key to lowering the cost of delivering, supporting, and growing fleet management solutions.This series is designed to support enterprise customers needing a wide range of wireless connectivity, vehicle interfaces and peripheral interconnect. This series offers a full set of fleet features with cellular, WiFi, Bluetooth, and satellite connectivity options, plus a 3-axis accelerometer that detects and acts on hard braking, aggressive acceleration, or vehicle impacts. Fleet Units also features a comprehensive I/O system and expandable accessories that make it an industry leading value proposition. The serial ports supply switchable power at selectable voltages to ease the installation of peripheral data devices. The optional jPOD™ ECU (Engine Control Unit) interface reads and transmits heavy-duty engine condition and performance data such as engine temperature along with the fault codes to provide the best possible real-time picture of vehicle health.

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