Telematics solutions company Intermodal Telematics (IMT) has introduced a new solar-powered communication and location terminal (CLT20-Ex) to its product line.

The CLT20-Ex serves as a central hub for all IMT sensors. An overview of all the collected data, such as location, temperature, pressure, liquid level, liquid residue and heating temperature can all be easily accessed by IMT’s web application.

Dethmer Drenth, Managing Director and Founder of IMT, said, “With the CLT20-Ex, IMT brings unlimited wireless data transfer to tank telematics, allowing for optimal accuracy.”

“Our brand-new CLT20-Ex monitors a tank container’s geographical location, its motion and the temperature of the device.”

“The CLT20-Ex is solar-powered, enabling unlimited data transfer and long-last operational reliability on tank containers, wagons and other assets that do not have their own power source.”

“With our dedicated team of hardware and software engineering, we’ve created this innovative full-fledged telematics solution to offer valuable and very accurate information for our customers.” 

The CLT20-Ex’s special battery technology is able to maintain its performance for long periods of time, having enough storage capacity to be able to keep the motion sending interview of five minutes for several months, even in the case of absence of solar radiation to recharge batteries.

In addition, the terminal switches on at configurable intervals, allowing for maximum insight.

Drenth, added, “Because the data is sent via a built-in quadruple modem, you get nearly real-time and worldwide overview of your fleet and its cargo. The CLT20-Ex provides a worldwide connectivity because of the two modems a Pentaband 2G/3G modem and a 4G/5G modem.”

IMT Intermodal Telematics tank overview CLT20-Ex close up

Source: IMT