The IFF Rover is automotive equipment and thus has to withstand the same conditions as the truck that carries it. That's why we didn't choose an ordinary road fish truck for this test, but an actual hard worker. While still standing, deployment speed and battery consumption were also a part of the test. Let's find out the results in the video!Play video on Youtube
With its dual LTE and high-gain antenna module, the system will keep you updated about the cargo conditions and can be visualized as a part of your farm with live data feed. Using the dedicated WiFi connection to the truck’s cabin, the driver can see the readings and overall system activity in real-time, even in places without the LTE signal.
The end recipient of the cargo may be provided with a protocol upon its arrival, or even a link to track the cargo conditions already during its way. Only with the IFF Rover system, the producer, delivery service, and the customer can be assured of the highest quality of provided service.
|Connectible reading point
|Up to 12 probes
|Power Supply (depends on configuration)
|19 ÷ 37V DC / 800 ÷ 1200mA
|Up to 12x 10A, 250V (customizable)
|Data Storage Interval (depends on configuration)
|1 ÷ 10 min.
|Dual 4G (LTE)
|Local data communication
|wireless LAN (IEEE 802.11b/g/n)
|Operating temperature range
|-20 °C ÷ 70 °C
|600 x 600 x 200 mm
|cca 20 kg