AT2000 – Asset Tracker

Advanced asset tracking device

  • AES-128 encyption
  • SMS
  • GPRS
  • GNSS
  • Magnets mounting
  • IP65
  • Battery
  • 1-Wire
  • Integrated scenarios
  • GPRS commands
  • Remote Log
  • Geo-fence

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Product Description

AT2000 is an asset tracking device with GPS/GLONASS, GSM connectivity and autonomous battery, which is able to collect device coordinates and transfer them via GSM (GPRS or SMS) network. The device is perfectly suitable for applications where location acquirement of autonomous remote objects is needed. Different hardware modifications allow connecting several external sensors (Magnet sensor, Digital sensors, Analog sensors, Dallas temperature sensor).

Order code variations:

Order Codes External power Magnetic pad Magnetic sensor

Digital input

(shorted wires event)


(Dallas Temperature sensors)


Main features:

  • Long autonomous lifetime
  • SMS/GPRS communication
  • Accelerometer
  • Protection level IP65
  • Integrated mounting magnets
  • Rechargeable batteries
  • Optional external power source connection (6V-30V)

  • GNSS i Global positiong system/Global Navigation Satellite System.
  • GPRS i General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) is a packet oriented mobile data service based on the 2G technology.
  • SMS i Short Message Service (SMS) is a text messaging service component.
  • AES-128 encyption i The Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) is a specification for the encryption of electronic data.

  • Internal GSM antenna i An antenna used for GSM connectivity. Integrated into FM device PCB. Does not have external connector.
  • Internal GNSS antenna i An antenna used for GPS connectivity. Integrated into FM device PCB. Does not have external connector.
  • DIN – digital input –0/2 i Digital Inputs allow device to detect logic states 1 (enabled) or 0 (disabled).
  • AIN - analog input –0/2 i An analog input converts a voltage level into a digital value that can be stored and processed in device.
  • DOUT –0/2 i Digital Outputs allow device to output logic states 1 (makes a circuit) and 0 (cuts the circuit).
  • 1-Wire –0/1 i 1-Wire is a device communications bus system that provides low-speed data, signaling, and power over a single conductor.
  • Accelerometer i Accelerometer allows the device to indicate if vehicle is
    moving or not, as well as measure acceleration.
  • Battery –2 x 3000mAh Li-ion 3,7V i Allows device to work without external power source
  • IP65 i Protected from total dust ingress, low pressure water jets from any direction.
  • 1MB memory i Internal memory for records storing when there is no GPRS connectivity.
  • 6 - 30V i External voltage range
  • Overvoltage protection i Protects device from voltage jumps till 90V
  • Magnets mounting i Lets to mount device on any iron surface and detects any unauthorized dismounting.
  • 1x SIM Card i Allows to put 1 SIM card for internet connection
  • USB 2.0 Interface i Device accessible and configurable via USB

  • Geo-fence i A functionality, which generates an event when crossing a defined area. It can be used to detect wherever car enters or leaves customized areas
  • Sleep/Deep sleep i Working modes which let FM device to reduce power consumption and save vehicle battery.
    - In sleep mode, FM device turns GNSS module off and it is not saving or sending new periodic data records.
    - In deep sleep mode, FM device sets GNSS receiver to sleep mode and turns off GSM/GPRS module, although periodic records with last known coordinate are being saved and sent to server.
  • FOTA i Firmware over the air solution. The software is used to send firmware/configuration to FM device via GPRS network.
  • Remote Log i This type of FM data logging is used when there is no possibility to connect to device physically. Device establishes GPRS connection and activates link to server, log is started to stream to server until set time is elapsed.
  • GPRS commands i It is possible to send commands to FM device using GPRS. GPRS commands can be used for sending configuration, debug, digital outputs control commands etc. These commands should be coded into a special codec12 format.
  • Integrated scenarios i The integrated device scenarios are used to simply enable the dedicate functionality like Green driving, Over speeding, Authorized driving or Immobilizer.
  • Remote configuration over SMS i The remote configuration via SMS gives an ability to configure the device via SMS
  • Offline tracking i Offline tracking is used to track the object position while GPRS is not activated.
  • SMS tracking i SMS tracking gives ability to monitor device location via SMS. The User is able to receive location in the coordinates or Google Maps link.

Technical details


  • Quad-band 900/1800 MHz; 850/1900 Mhz
  • GPRS class 10 (up to 85,6 kbps)
  • SMS (text/data)


  • NMEA protocol compatible. Messages: GGA, GGL, GSA, GSV, RMC, VTG, TXT
  • GNSS module sensitivity -161 dBm


  • Micro USB
  • 1-wire protocol support
  • 2 configurable inputs (digital input, digital output, analog input)


  • Device: (148 x 84 x 43) mm


  • GPS/GLONASS data collection
  • Real time tracking
  • Sending acquired data via GPRS (TCP/IP)
  • Operating in roaming networks by preferred GSM providers list
  • Accelerometer
  • Profile change on event
  • 20 geo-fence zones (rectangular or circle)
  • Interactive geo-zones configuration
  • Integrated scenarios:
    • Asset tracking scenario in the sea
    • Asset tracking scenario on land
    • Sea/Land scenario
    • Security scenario
  • I/O elements:
    • Digital inputs (accessories: light sensors, alarm button, door sensor etc.)
    • Digital output (accessories: LED light, buzzer)
    • Analog input (for monitoring voltage: fuel sensors, generators etc.)
    • 1-wire protocol (Dallas temperature sensors)
  • External magnet sensor
  • Built-in magnet sensor


  • Container tracking
  • Rail carriage tracking
  • Construction/agricultural appliances tracking
  • Secret tracking
  • Transit goods tracking