Astra Telematics AT110

The Astra Telematics AT110 is one of the smallest commercially available GPRS / GPS vehicle tracking devices and is intended to be the replacement for the earlier AT100.

Astra AT110

The AT110 is available in two different models, with and without Canbus and has several improvements over the previous AT100 model such as a pair of serial ports and relay outputs.

It is also economical to operate, with low power consumption and efficient reporting protocols that reduce airtime costs. Positions are recorded based on heading changes, distance travelled, or elapsed time, rather than at fixed timed intervals. This allows for detailed turn-by-turn tracking in built-up areas, but also minimises bandwidth usage when driving on major highways.


At a glance

  1. High sensitivity GPS (SiRFStar IV)

  2. Quad-band GSM/GPRS modem

  3. Rechargable internal backup battery which can keep the unit operating for in the event of power failure (10 hours continuous or 8 days in hourly update mode).

  4. Very compact and easily installed. Two or three wire install options are available.

  5. Extensible, with a variety of built-in I/O as well as options for temperature and Canbus reporting.

  6. On-board geofencing for second-by-second evaluation of defined geographical areas


Capabilities

Features
Acceleration / deceleration Yes - 3 axis MEMS-based accelerometer
Driver identification Yes - iButton
Temperature measurement No
Journey detection Yes - GPS, ignition-wired, voltage change detection
Motion detection Yes
Vehicle immobilisation Yes - iButton, SMS
Interfaces
Communications GPRS, SMS
I/O 4 opto-coupled digital inputs
2 pull-down digital inputs
2 analog inputs
2 MOSFET digital outputs
2 solid state relay digital outputs
Garmin FMI Yes
OBD No
FMS Canbus Yes (optional)
Configuration Over-The-Air via GPRS, SMS, Serial
Firmware updates Serial, Over-The-Air
Physical characteristics
Size 85mm x 47mm x 15mm
Antennae External - GSM,GPS
Power 7 - 36V DC
Battery Yes - 900mAh
IP rating N/A
Certification CE
2004/104/EC