GPSI-3900I

This is our flagship truck tracking device. This device requires a three-wire installation and is typically mounted in the dash for a concealed installation. The 3900 is highly configurable to support optional features such as Driver ID, Panic Button, Garmin Navigation and Messaging, Power Take-Off Monitoring (must be voltage based), and Engine Diagnostics (with required cables). The internal antenna version (I) is appropriate for light-duty vehicles only.


GPSI-3900E

This is our flagship truck tracking device. This device requires a three-wire installation and is typically mounted in the dash for a concealed installation, with only the external antenna visible. The 3900 is highly configurable to support optional features such as Driver ID, Panic Button, Garmin Navigation and Messaging, Power Take-Off Monitoring (must be voltage based), and Engine Diagnostics (with required cables). The external antenna version (E) is appropriate for heavy-duty vehicles.


GPSI-4000

This advanced GPS tracking device supports more features than the GPSI-3900 such as diagnostics and e-logs. (Daughterboard included.) This device requires a three-wire installation and is typically mounted in the dash where it’s not easily accessible.


PNP-3000

This Plug-N-Play tracking device connects directly into a vehicle’s OBD-II port, requiring no installation (light-duty vehicles only). This device optionally reports engine diagnostics (no additional cables required unless Y-cable is used for concealed installation/additional OBD-II port access). Additional features such as DriverID, Garmin Navigation and Messaging, and Power Take-Off Monitoring are NOT supported with this device.

Some PNP devices include an optional buzzer feature. When enabled the device uses recommended thresholds (Pro/En) | thresholds (Standard) that alert drivers for rapid acceleration, harsh braking, hard right and left turning events, and idling (5 minutes).


AT-3000

This externally powered asset tracking device is ideal for heavy equipment, generators, diggers, trailers, and other assets that can act as a power source to the GPS tracking device. Uses cellular and satellite networks.


ST-1100

This battery powered asset tracking device is ideal for trailers, storage containers, or other assets that are not powered regularly. The ST-1100 uses solar power to charge the battery. Uses cellular networks only.


TT-3000

This battery powered device is ideal to track shipping containers or other assets that may enter areas where cellular coverage is not available.
Uses satellite networks only.


TT-1800

This battery powered asset tracking device is ideal for trailers and storage containers that require lower maintenance, an easy install, and long deployments. Uses satellite networks only.


ELD-2000

The ELD-2000 is an Android tablet with e-logs, DVIR, navigation, and messaging, paired with a GPSI-4000HD tracking device for location intelligence with Hours of Service management.