IRVINE, Calif., Sept. 22, 2021- Mobilogix, the leading provider of cost-optimized State of the Art cellular IoT solutions announces the launch of BAT-XL, the latest addition to its Asset Tracking portfolio.
BAT-XL is a battery-operated global tracking device utilizing low power LTE CAT-M1/ NB-IoT technology with embedded Bluetooth. Increased battery density provides extended tracking and data collection capacity for up to 7 years in every condition, from extremely hot to below freezing temperatures. Common use cases include periodic location and monitoring of trailers, containers, and heavy equipment.
BAT-XL ruggedized design incorporates enclosure ribs, aluminum mount backing and IP67 environmental ingress resistance for increased rigidity and strength during extended field use. Key Features of BAT-XL include Global deployment with a single hardware SKU, Field replaceable battery, AWS IoT Core integration, Remote device management through FusionIoT™ or API, FOTA services, and location and sensor logging when out of coverage.
BAT-XL can act as a standalone long-life tracker or as a Bluetooth Gateway solution for BTM250-series beacon sensors. As the centerpiece of a complete solution offering enhanced command and control in configuring, monitoring, and managing assets over multi-year periods, the BAT-XL is the ideal device to meet the requirements of global organizations across industries.
“With the release of the Mobilogix BAT-XL, the challenges of long field life and extreme temperatures are now issues reserved for other trackers”, said Charlie Williams, EVP of Sales and Marketing with Mobilogix. “BAT-XL is field serviceable for higher frequency use cases in real-world operation for extended periods of time or daily operation spanning beyond the service life of some of our customer’s assets.”
Mobilogix is presently accepting BAT-XL pre-orders and welcomes engagements with customers seeking scalable solutions without compromise for their asset tracking needs.
BAT-XL IS AVAILABLE TO BE WHITE-LABELED AND CUSTOM BRANDED.
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