Keep Track Barra

Battery-Powered Low-Cost Outdoor Tracker

Beehive Tracking and Theft Management

The Barra GPS is a high-precision, battery-powered cellular GPS tracker that is weatherproof and has an IP68 rating for outdoor asset tracking. Due to its size and flexibility, the Barra GPS is portable, making it great for moving from one asset to another for your supply chain or logistics project. The Barra-GPS is a low-cost battery-powered outdoor asset tracker for LTE-M/NB-IoT networks.

Powered by 2 x AA user-replaceable Energizer Ultimate Lithium Batteries, the slim housing features magnetic tamper detection. Receive a tamper alert if the device is removed from your assets. The Barra-GPS is compact and easily concealable, with multiple installation options for covertly securing the device to assets with magnets, screws, bolts, and cable ties.

GPS Tracking Applications

  • Low- to Mid-value Asset Tracking
  • Deploy assets where existing solutions are cost-prohibitive.
  • Low-profile and form factor
  • Supply Chain
  • Logistics
  • Pallet Tracking
  • Cargo Tracking
  • Beehive Tracking Theft Management
  • Trolley Tracking
  • Equipment Tracking
  • Tool Tracking
  • Rental Cars
  • Pumps, Generators and Hire Equipment
  • Agricultural Equipment,

Low-Cost Battery-Powered GPS Tracker

Long Battery life
Once daily location updates: 8+ years
Movement-based location updates:  years
Hourly location updates:  years

 

Barra Edge Features

  • Indoor/Outdoor – GNSS, Wi-Fi AP MAC Address Scanning, and Cell Tower location for indoor/outdoor asset management
  • Magnetic Switch for Device Activation and Tamper Detection
  • Slim Form Factor and Ultra-Rugged IP68, IK07 housing
  • Housing size: 149 x 51 x 21 mm
  • Deploy-Once battery life provides 8+ years with 2 x AA Li batteries
  • 24-month warranty

Barra GPS Battery Life Estimates

1 X Daily Location Update 1 X Hourly Location Updates Movement-Based Location Updates
10 + Years 3 +Years 5 + Years

 

*Several factors influence battery life estimates, including temperature, installation location and orientation of the device, the frequency of location updates, network coverage, sensor integrations, and peripheral accelerometer settings.