Here are the 10 key features of the new generation Galileosky 10 trackers:
The automated decoding of up to 13,040 CAN bus parameters utilizing the J1939DA protocol is a noteworthy characteristic of the new trackers. This enables more accurate diagnostics, more detailed equipment information, and better operation control.
The inbuilt eMMC memory in the new line of trackers has a capacity of 4 GB. This provides reliable memory for archiving, eliminating the need for an external SD card. Such a large capacity minimizes the risk of device malfunction when using external storage.
Tests with a 30% increase in coordinate accuracy demonstrate that the tracking has grown sharper as a result of enhanced circuitry. This gives more precise vehicle location information.
The memory capacity for Easy Logic algorithms has been increased by 50%, allowing for the implementation of more complex solutions.
Inertial navigation maintains a steady course even when there are momentary satellite signal interruptions, such as those that may occur in tunnels or subterranean parking lots. *This is an extra option for adding a unique GNSS module to new trackers.
The internal eMMC memory can also be increased (*as an extra option) to a maximum of 8 GB.
Another expansion option is the installation of a built-in amplifier. This means that the volume of the tracker's voice assistant will be sufficient to announce stops in a large bus without the need for an external amplifier (* the additional option).
The new trackers have become more compact: its dimensions are 99 x 66.5 x 25.5 mm.
Mounting holes are located at the corners of the tracker for easy installation.
A USB Type-C port is yet another new feature for simple communication. It is simpler to connect to the tracker in confined locations thanks to its reversible connector.
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