Mobile Equipment Tags

It is a tag that is used to determine the position of the equipment in open and closed areas with a sub-meter precision. It is automatically read by devices that are included in a Wipelot Wireless Communication Network.
50-80 It can send signals within a range of meters.
The device continuously works by receiving its energy from the equipment that it will be tracked by.
Optionally, it can also be produced with battery support.
It has an IP65 protection class and is resistant to water and dust.
It provides compatibility with new enhancements with its remote software update feature.



 Technical Document

It is the tag that is used to follow the asset information for the equipment.
It is automatically read by devices that are included in a Wipelot Wireless Communication Network.
It can send signals within a range of 50-80 meters.
The device works with battery support and can work up to 10 years without battery replacement.
It has an IP65 protection class and is resistant to water and dust.



 Technical Document

The signal transmission distance is in the range of 50-80 meters and the signal it transmits includes the presence information, the engine operating status, a counter that increases as the engine works, and the battery voltage value for positioning.
Other Analog input voltages up to 48 V DC can be read instead of the engine status and battery voltage information.
It is automatically read by devices with a Wipelot Wireless Communication Network.
The device works with battery support and can work up to 10 years without battery replacement.
It has an IP65 protection class and is resistant to water and dust.



 Technical Document

The signal length is between 50 and 80 meters and this transferred signal consist of asset information, engine status, a counter that keeps the tracking of engine running count and equipment battery voltage value. Other analog input voltage information up to 48V DC can be obtained instead of engine status and equipment battery voltage value.



 Technical Document

Wipelot Mobile Zone Readers are devices that are attached to vehicles to track equipment via GPS. They work with SIM card support.
They can transmit their data without a sim card in zones covered by the Wipelot Zone Readers with equipment that will work in areas with certain boundaries.
Working like a Mobile Zone Reader, it can generate the positions of such equipment by reading the signals of the surrounding Wipelot Mobil tags.
It works by taking the energy required for its operation from the vehicle battery.
Thanks to the Wipelot Mobile Zone Reader, the data of the equipment that it is attached to as well as the equipment that is near or around it can be tracked.
Working in integration with the Engine Status Detection Device, the Wipelot FT-05-VCU-INF-SEC-ENG Vehicle Card Reader - Vehicle Trigger - can also store the vehicle engine status and vehicle operator information.
Data obtained for the Equipment that it is Attached To;
Instant location, Instant speed, Total distance traveled, Total engine hours, Instant engine status, Operator information, It has the ability to store its data while it’s out of range, and send the data it stored while it was offline when it’s within range.



 Technical Document

Wipelot Mobile Zone Reader works in integration with its device.
Thanks to the Mifare card reader support, the card is read before the vehicle is started.
When the engine status is started, the person who starts the vehicle is detected.
It has a dry contact relay output connection so that the defi ned tags can start the vehicle.
It reads the running status of the vehicle’s engine.
Thanks to the Mifare card reader, the personnel is able to store the mifare card number.
This allows the person who uses the equipment to be identifi ed in the central software.
When the card is read with a relay dry contact output, a trigger is created.



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