Mobile data terminal designed for local fleets

Advantech-DLoG has released a mobile data terminal designed for applications associated with the local fleet market, including local and private delivery, armor cash carriers, postal trucks, government vehicles, couriers and LTL (less-than-truckload) carriers.

The TREK-520 RISC-based mobile data terminal works with the TREK-520 MDT.

Also available is the TREK-303DH, a 7 in. vehicle display system.

The TREK-303DH has automotive-grade working temperature ranges of -30 to 70 deg. C and a resolution of 800 x 480 making it compatible with other TREK box solutions via a single cable connection. The TREK-303DH can controlled from buttons located on the side. For night driving, the panel has an auto detecting light sensor to automatically adjust the brightness.

The TREK-520 is an economic, small-profile device. Built with a RISC TI ARM processor, its special security design enhances fleet management efficiency and reduces storage risks with its 24/7 operation. The TREK-520 works efficiently in a wide range of temperatures and comes with advanced power safety features.

To prevent distractions while on the road, a voice command package is also integrated so drivers won’t need to watch the screen to operate the system—they just speak the key commands.

The TREK-520 features low power consumption for 24/7 operation. It can constantly monitor and report back incidents. Theft detection, refrigeration status or door breaches can be sent to central dispatch even with the vehicle engine is off. When the driver leaves the vehicle, the system can still be remotely powered on by central management via SMS or phone call.

It and has a 12V/24V power profile and advanced shock and vibration features. It meets MIL-STD-810G/ Class 5M3 in accordance with DIN EN 60721-3-5, and has IP54 protection. TREK also has a full complement of connectivity including RS-232 (with 12V/1A shared DC output), DI/DO connectors, and USB.

The system is designed to connect to a variety of peripherals such as a card reader, temperature sensor or door sensor. TREK-520 has flexible communication options: Dual CAN Bus with J1939 and OBD2/ISO15765 protocol to support twin engine vehicles, J1708 and J1587 protocol support, diversified wireless communications, such as cellular support (CDMA/HSPA+), GNSS (GPS/BDS/GLONASS), wireless LAN and Bluetooth.

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