ReeferTrak offers dual-mode capability

Dec. 10, 2008
StarTrak Systems, a subsidiary of Alanco Technologies Inc., has introduced the ReeferTrak RT6000 wireless monitoring and control system with dual-mode communications.

StarTrak Systems, a subsidiary of Alanco Technologies Inc., has introduced the ReeferTrak RT6000 wireless monitoring and control system with dual-mode communications. Available for all Carrier Transicold and Thermo King transport refrigeration unit models, more than 2,000 RT6000 units currently in the field have gone through extensive testing to ensure product integrity and system reliability.

Standard capabilities of the dual-mode (satellite/cellular) RT6000 include:

•High-bandwidth cellular coupled with ubiquitous satellite network communications.

•Aggressive price point.

•Tracking using a GPS Accuracy Enhancement Protocol that allows for accuracy to the dock door.

•Refrigeration unit monitoring of all alarms, operational status, and battery condition.

•Two-way remote configuration of single- and multi-temperature multi-zone trailers, including Override Power Control (patented), allowing the reefer to be turned on and off remotely, and pre-cooling automatic scheduling capability.

•Over-the-air programming, eliminating the need for downtime to upgrade applications.

•Tractor Identification & Tractor Connection States (patent pending).

•Trip status updates, including Moving/Stationary, Loaded/Empty, and Pre-Cooling Notification.

•Fuel monitoring capability detects fuel use, rapid fuel loss, refuel events, and tracking.

•ReeferFence, an onboard geofence capability, allows users to create and remotely load 15,000 geofence points and track and manage assessorials and trailer dwell times.

Access www.alanco.com for more details.

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