ATrack (TPEX: 6465), the leading designer and manufacturer of GPS telematics hardware devices, announced today that its AX9 dual-mode OBDII / J1939 plug and play dongle has received AT&T certification, for use on the carrier’s North American 3G UMTS/HSPA wireless networks.
ATrack AX9 with easy installation plug-and-play design is supporting both OBDII and J1939 protocol. Featuring OBD/CAN Bus J1939 data acquisition, optional Bluetooth connectivity, driving behavior event management, and user-defined reports. It is an ideal solution for fleet management of passenger vehicles and heavy-duty trucks, usage based insurance (UBI) and car rental, etc. ATrack AX9 has been nominated as Best Aftermarket Telematics Product/Service in 2016 TU-Automotive Award, and a finalist under Mobile Enterprise Innovation Category in CTIA Emerging Technology (E-Tech) Award 2016. These awards recognize outstanding leaders driving the industry forward through innovative technologies on product developments or services, and have the potential to influence and benefit businesses.
AX9 has received tremendous positive feedbacks globally for its stable and significant performance improvements so as firmware capabilities. As AX9 is now FCC/PCTRB/AT&T certified, with the capability of J1939 data reading and sending over Bluetooth to mobile App or in-vehicle display, ATrack AX9 is proven an ideal solution for ELD/HOS compliance solution required by North America.
The device has a miniUSB interface used for device configuration, or to connect our adaptor cables:
- RS3A – miniUSB–to-RS232 serial, used to connect a Garmin FMI/Dispatching unit or RFID reader for Driver ID and Journey management.
- RS4A – miniUSB–to-RS232 serial, digital input and 1-Wire, used to connect Garmin FMI unit or RFID reader, SOS button or Business/Private Trip switch and 1-Wire iButton for driver identification.
- RS5A – miniUSB–to-Digital Input, used to connect SOS button or Business/Private Trip Switch.