MT-100 GPS tracker prevents battery drain.
Online PR News – 23-August-2013 – Burlingame,California – TrackingTheWorld’s recently launched MT-100 GPS tracking device offers a durable, battery- saving GPS tracking option for motorcycles and other applications requiring low power consumption and prolonged exposure to the elements.
The MT-100 includes multiple features for versatility and weather resistance, including no power consumption when the ignition is off and water resistance to IPX-6 standards. The tracking device is contained in a sealed AVL unit to withstand precipitation and extreme temperatures ranging from 30°C to 80°C (-22° F-176° F). “The MT-100 was designed to eliminate battery drain that is often a problem with motorcycle tracking, and provide a tracker that will reliably operate in extreme conditions,” said Gilbert Walz, CEO of TrackingTheWorld.
Features of the MT-100 include of one digital input, one digital output, and one analog input which may be used to configure an SOS alert when a specified button is activated. The tracker includes an integrated cut relay to disable power on demand.
The MT-100 device also offers jam detection and alerts, speed monitoring, towing and extended idle time alerts, and monitoring for careless driving. “Our MT-100 offers a broad range of tracking options not found on other trackers in the same price range,” said Walz.
TrackingTheWorld, based in Burlingame, California, has exclusively specialized in GPS tracking equipment and software for more than ten years. The firm offers a wide selection of GPS tracking systems for business and personal use, distributorship opportunities, and white label GPS tracking software for those interested in launching their own GPS tracking business. For more information, visit www.trackingtheworld.com or call 650-692-8100.