STU640 2018-01-10T17:33:42+00:00

STU640 – Mini-Tracker

When space is at a premium, the STU640 is both a  powerful and compact tracking device that easily installs into the small and tight spaces for select vehicles like motorcycles or specific machinery  and boats which do not have adequate space for the installation of a regular-sized tracker device. Because of its extremely compact size, the STU640 can be installed fully hidden from view of would be saboteurs or thieves.

This compact tracking unit is available with a rugged IP67 water resistant hard casing that gives maximum protection against extreme weather conditions. It allows for both A/C power and battery options.

The STU640 uses the most advanced technology and is the ideal solution for vehicle tracking companies who are looking for a feature-rich and highly customizable device suitable for fleet management, vehicle insurance and vehicle security / logistics management.  Serial communication through the RS232 port is optionally available.

SPECIFICATIONS
UMTS/HSPA 850/1900Mhz and 900/2100 MHz 3GPP Release 7
5.76 Mb/s uplink, 7.2 Mb/s downlink
GSM GSM 850/1900Mhz and GSM 900/1800 MHz
GPRS Communication TCP / UDP
GPRS Multi-slot Class 12
Support all 4 coding schemes (CS-1, CS-2, CS-3 and CS-4)
AT Commnad GSM 07.07, 07.05
Command / Report sent via SMS Supported
Back-up Server Supported
GPS Receiver 56 channel (SMAS : WAAS, EGNOS, MASA)
GPS & QZSS L1 C/A, Galileo E1B/L1, Compass ready
A-GPS support
GPS Sensitivity Tracking -162 dBm
Reacquisition -160 dBm
Cold start -148 dBm
Housing Dimension 74(W) × 45(L) × 19.5(T) mm
Weight 106g (witd event cable)
Power Supply DC 8 ~ 33V, *Main power +/- inversion protection
Dust and Water Resistant IP67 (witd fixing holder)
Power Consumption Active mode 70~80mA @12V
Typical (3min. reporting) 40~50 mA @12V
Sleep mode less tdan 3mA @12V
Back-up Battery Rechargeable 3.7V, Li-Polymer 450mAh
Electric Protection Protection against ESD and overvoltage
Operational Temperature Range -30˚C ~ +80˚C
Certificates CE, FCC, RoHS, Telcel, PTCRB