Astra Telematics AT400, is a robust vehicle tracking device boasting a compact size and sealed to IP65 standards. The device features cutting-edge technology, including the latest Cortex M4 ARM processor, Quectel M66FA global GSM/GPRS module, and ublox SAM-M8Q GNSS supporting various navigation systems.
The AT400 combines advanced functionality with a compact size, ensuring ease of installation and discreet placement.
Housed in a sturdy plastic enclosure, the AT400 is sealed to IP65 specifications, providing durability against environmental elements.
Equipped with the latest L-series low-power Cortex M4 ARM processor, the AT400 ensures efficient and reliable performance.
The device incorporates a Quectel M66FA 5-band global GSM/GPRS communication module, ensuring seamless connectivity worldwide.
Featuring ublox SAM-M8Q GNSS, the AT400 supports GPS, GALILEO, GLONASS & BeiDou navigation systems, enhancing location accuracy.
Wide Voltage Range:
Operating from a 5 to 55V external voltage source, the AT400 adapts to various vehicle power systems.
With an internal 510mAh backup battery, the device allows approximately 3 hours of continuous operation, ensuring uninterrupted tracking.
The AT400 simplifies interconnections with a single 12-way connector, providing IP67 sealing when mated securely.
The device incorporates a 3-axis accelerometer, CANBus interface with FMS and OBD support, 2 digital inputs, 2 digital outputs, iButton/1-wire, RS232 Port, BLE option, and more.
Supporting 3FF microSIM or MFF2 UICC chip SIM, the AT400 allows configuration via RS232, SMS, or TCP/UDP, with fast and reliable over-the-air firmware updates.
The AT400 offers Driver ID using an external RFID/NFC card reader option, modular communication protocol X, pass-through data mode, and an available SDK for client customized applications.
In summary, the AT400 is an advanced, compact, and versatile vehicle tracking solution that ensures reliable and efficient performance in diverse tracking scenarios. Upgrade your tracking experience with the AT400 today.