RedPort XTracker IR Vessel Tracking
The XTracker IR from RedPort is a robust, dependable and extremely compact satellite tracking terminal that sends out GPS position reports at pre-programmed intervals from anywhere on the planet. It uses Iridium technology and because of Iridium’s pole-to-pole coverage, offers truly worldwide satellite position reporting. Position reports contain date, time, latitude, longitude, and average course and speed over the ground. XTracker’s modest power requirements make it ideal for remote locations where solar panels or batteries are the only source of electricity.
The XTracker IR is installed quickly and easily on a standard 1″ threaded antenna mount. The IR starts submitting GPS position reports for satellite vessel tracking immediately upon power up. Everything is controlled from shore, including position reporting and polling intervals. With a simple install it makes it that much more convenient.
Up to 10 Year Battery Life
The XTracker IR can be powered in one of two ways: either by connecting the unit directly to a powering bank on board, or by wiring the unit to a standalone long-life battery (purchased separately). Depending on the type of battery being used, the XTracker IR can last as long as 10 years without changing the battery or needing any kind of upkeep.
|Dimensions||12 x 12 x 10 in|
RedPort Tracking: Everything You Need for Web-Based Tracking
Tracking for the XTracker is provided through RedPort Tracking and consists of a detailed, robust online tracking interface that provides:
- Real-time Position and Tracking
- Longitude and latitude info
- Emergency alarm/ SOS/Movement alarm/ Overspeed alarm/ Border crossing alert.
- Geo-fence alarm
- Course and Speed (on web-based tracking site)
- Web-based tracking or mobile-phone-based tracking
- Central Monitoring system (web-base)
- History of tracking movements
- Ability to track hundreds of vessels or assets on one web-based monitoring system