TrackPoint Systems LLC Launches Industry-Leading Wireless Door Sensor

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TrackPoint Systems LLC (TrackPoint), a leading provider in mobile asset management communication products, is pleased to announce the release of their new wireless door sensor.

TrackPoint Systems LLC (TrackPoint), a leading provider in mobile asset management communication products, is pleased to announce the release of their new wireless door sensor. Matched with Tr/IPS™ Trailer Inventory & Protection System, companies will now be able to receive immediate notification when doors are opened or closed on their untethered trailers.

This important feature provides TrackPoint's customers with industry-leading response times, security confirmation for their customer base, and peace of mind knowing their cargo has not been tampered with whether it is traveling across the continent or just across town.

Customers will now be able to take advantage of several wireless door sensor features like:
*Wireless communication to Tr/IPS™ MCU means no cables running the length of the trailer and no cutting holes in the trailer
*Can be tape or screw-mounted
*Door sensor can use an optional 18” cable and magnet mounting bracket to allow the sensor to be hidden behind a support or underneath plywood lining

  • Battery life is 3-5 years in most configurations
  • Battery replacement with off-the-shelf batteries for easy user replacement

See more features here on TrackPoint's website.

About TrackPoint Systems...TrackPoint Systems LLC provides advanced asset management and custom-engineered solutions to companies in the transportation, utility, and government sectors. TrackPoint’s patented solar-powered Tr/IPS™ product has revolutionized untethered asset management by providing its customers with real-time, actionable data. TPS is privately-held and located in Nashville, TN. Visit our website at http://www.trackpointsystems.com to see our full complement of products and services.

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