Protect your assets and keep track of the position of each container
Lommy Container is a small, battery-driven tracking device that enables you to keep track of all containers in a fleet. Disguised as an air vent, the tracking device is less likely to be detected and tampered with by a thief.
No assembly or wires are required. Simply place Lommy Container on the container that you wish to protect, and log into your secure online control centre. You are now ready to monitor your containers and track their position if stolen.
With a battery lifespan of up to 9 years, this tracking device is a good investment.
The device comes preloaded with a 'standard tracker application'. This application offers all the basic features that you would expect from a standard tracking device. In addition, you will also find a large number of more advanced features, many of which you will not find on any other tracking device in the market.
Please contact us for further information about Lommy Container.
- Extreme low-power design, sub-systems are able to power down individually
- Quad band GSM module (SMS, TCP/IP, FTP, etc.)
- 3.3 volt SIM card
- Optional UMTS GSM module (3G networks)
- Battery capacity with up to 9 years of battery life (depending on the report activity, typical level is 1 report/day)
- High performance GPS receiver (tracking -165 dBm, 22 channels, 1Hz update rate)
- 3D G-force sensor (max +/-16 G, resolution 1 mG, up to 160/400 Hz)
- RF transceiver 868 MHz, 25 mW
- Light sensor (activation when change in light level is detected)
- Built-in antennas for GSM, GPS and RF transceiver
- Serial port for up-/download of files, configurations, etc. (fixture available), can also use RF link
- Advanced power save functions, the device can go into sleep mode when: GPS is acquiring lock, RF is listening for data, etc.
- Full support for Flextrack FAL API programming interface. (Units are delivered with our 'standard tracker application', please see detailed description)
- Up to 9 years of battery life – 1 report/day):
- Size (H x W x D): 205 mm x 67 mm x 27 mm
- Weight: 102 gram
- Humidity: max 90% relative
- CE, RoHS and WEEE certified
- Operating temperature: -30 °C to +60 °C
- Non-rechargeable battery (3 x 3,600 mAh)
- Power consumption in power-off: <15 uA
- Power consumption if G-sensor is armed: 0.02 mA
FAL library contains hundreds of modules to control all aspects of your Lommy devices, including:
systemFAL - Real-time clock, LEDs, buttons, Console Debug messages, Watchdog, power-down functions, diagnostics, etc.
BBRAMFAL - To store data in battery-backed-up RAM
FileFAL - Access to filesystem, depending on the device, some have up to three disks (NAND Flash, RAM disk and SD Card)
GPSFAL - Controls the GPS receiver
GSMFAL - Interacts with the quad band GSM module, sends/receives text messages (SMS), status info, etc.
PowerFAL - Controls the built-in battery charger
ThreadFAL - RTOS functions, thread functions, semaphors, mutex, mailbox etc.
TimerFAL - To create timers
UDPFAL - UDP communication
FPFAL - Handles parameter files, unified interface for the platform
RFFAL - Low level RF functions, 433/868 MHz band
SimpliciTIFAL - High level RF functions, 868 MHz Band, high bandwidth
GSensorFAL - Handles the 3 axis G sensor, sets wake-up thresholds (e.g. excessive movement can make the device turn on), etc.
RS232FAL - RS232 communication to external devices
RS485FAL - RS485 Bus communication to a number of devices (max 32 devices on a bus)
IOFAL - Controls the I/O on a device
SocketFAL - TCP/IP socket connection to a server
1WireFAL - Dallas 1-Wire interface, humidity sensors, temperature sensors, I/O devices, etc.
HTTPFAL - To send a HTTP request to a web server and retrieve the answer
FTPFAL - FTP functions (put and get), sends and receives files from an FTP server
MP3FAL - Plays MP3 files (from the internal filesystem) to the GSM module or the internal speaker
CANFAL - CAN Bus communication; support for both 11 and 29 bit IDs (CAN 2.0B); support for filtering; baud rates from 20 KB to 1 MB
FAL API Release Package
To start programming your own application on a Flextrack Lommy device, you need the following: Firstly, the 'Keil MDK-ARM Microcontroller Development Kit' development platform, which is used for all developments. Secondly, a copy of the current 'FAL API Release Package' (which is free!). This package contains: online help, libraries and a very extensive selection of example programs, which will help you get productive within a couple of hours.
The number of example programs delivered with the 'FAL API Release Package' is continually increasing, the current selection includes:
1Wire - Uses the 1-Wire API to show how to connect to temperature sensors, etc.
BBRAM - Shows how to use battery-backed RAM, which is included in some of the Lommy devices
CAN-FMS - Demonstrates the use of CAN Bus API on FMS - equipped trucks
CAN-OBDII - Uses CAN Bus API to get information from a vehicle's on-board diagnostics connector
CANBUS - General use of CAN Bus API
Filesystem - Demonstrates how to use the file system of a Lommy device (includes NAND flash, RAM disk and SD card)
FWP - Shows how to use the Flextrack Wireless Protocol – an RF protocol that all Flextrack RF devices use
GPS - General use of the GPS receiver
GPS Google Earth - Generates a Google KML file from the positions transmitted from the built-in GPS receiver
GPS Simulation - Google Earth - Shows how to use the GPS simulation API
GPS UDP Highspeed - Combines GPS positions and UDP high speed reporting
GSampler - Shows how to make a 3-axis G-force profile (generates Excel data)
GSensor - General use of the 3-axis G-sensor (wake-up, etc.)
GSM Voice - Shows how to make voice calls using the GSM module
LED - Covers how to control the various LEDs that are included on the platforms
Light sensor - Demonstrates the use of the light sensor (e.g. 'wake-up' when change in the light level is detected, etc.)
LommyManager - Shows some of the features of the LommyManager program
Low Power Operation - Covers how to control the power-down modes of the devices
MP3 - Demonstrates the use of the mp3 player functions
RF - General RF communications (868/433 MHz)
RS232/RS485 - Shows how to use the built in RS232/RS485 communication ports
RTOS - Demonstrates the various RTOS features (threads, semaphore, mailboxes, etc)
Single Position UDP - Shows how to: get a single GPS position; report it to a server; shut down the device for a period of time
SMS - Sending and receiving text messages (SMS)
Socket - General TCP/IP socket communication
Torchlight - A simple torchlight application that uses the high brightness LED light, which is built into a number of the devices
UDP-1/UDP-2 - Shows how to use UDP communication
Watchdog - Demonstrates how to use the higher level watchdog functions
C++ Example - Shows how to use C++ Object-Oriented Programming together with the FAL API