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Asset Tracker 1
One of the smallest, most cost-effective trackers on the market, the Asset Tracker 1 (AT1) provides unparalleled insight over your high-value assets in the field. Quickly locate and check the status of machinery, equipment, tools & toolboxes, cargo, and more!
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Simple, Single Device Implementation
|Future-proof device||The device runs on the LTE-M network and receives automatic software updates over the air.|
|Multiple integrated sensors||Built-in humidity, light, temperature, and impact sensors are ready to operate off the shelf.|
|Complete end-to-end system||The solution includes a device, cloud IT, applications, data security, connectivity, and customer support.|
|Installs in seconds||Using glue, double-sided tape or screws, the device is quick to install on any type of asset.|
|Small size||One of the smallest tracking devices on the market, AT1 can be covertly installed on various assets.|
Asked and answered...
- What sensors are included on the AT1?
The AT1 has built-in sensors to track location (GPS), motion, shock, temperature, humidity, barometric pressure, and light.
- Can I use the AT1 indoors?
While much of the AT1 functionality is available indoors, the solution is primarily designed for outdoor use which enables the device to get accurate GPS location information.
- How long will the batteries last?
The device is installed with 2 AA Lithium batteries that are designed to be able to send in excess of 3,000 total transmissions in environments where average temperatures remain above freezing. As with any battery, many environmental and usage factors will affect the total battery life.
- Are the batteries replaceable?
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