IET10 Asset Locator & Tracker

The IET10 (formerly ieThings / Wisol) is a comprehensive asset locator device capable of obtaining both outdoor and indoor locations using three different technologies – GPS, WiFi and BLE. Its long and thin form factor is especially suited for attaching to trolleys, bars etc. Onboard sensors are used to alert when removed from the asset, as well as monitor the asset movement and its local temperature.

Iet10 asset tracking device for parcel cage monitoring and other assets

Main Features

  • Geolocation via GPS and WiFi – Preference GPS location with WiFi fallback or vice versa
  • Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) for beacon scanning or advertising – Useful for indoor location
  • Local OTA configuration & firmware download via Bluetooth 5.0
  • Sigfox Single-zone capable (RC1 , RC2, RC3 & RC4)
  • 3D accelerometer & Motion Engine tailored for moving assets
  • Internal temperature sensor with 5°C accuracy (or optional dedicated sensor with 0.5°C accuracy) 
  • Near Field Communication (NFC) for local scanning and quick Bluetooth pairing
  • IP68 & IK10 housing (water resistant, dustproof & shockproof)
  • Operating Temp -30°C to +85°C
  • Magnet included – Optional and can be used for tamper detection via reed switch
  • Up to 10 years battery life from 2 messages/day
  • Warranty 1 year

Selected Applications

Selected Case Study

Leading parcel delivery service, CouriersPlease, reduces parcel cage losses with IoT roll cage tracking

Technical Details


Sigfox: RC1, RC2 ,RC3 or RC4 versions available
WiFi: 2.4GHz 802.11b/g/n – Obtain indoor and outdoor locations by connecting with a Wi-Fi location service platform – Especially suited for high density urban areas
Bluetooth: For local FOTA (Firmware Over The Air), configuration, connection to peripherals
Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE): Support for reading ‘iBeacon’ BLE tags such as the Digital Matter Guppy
Global Positioning System (GPS): Satellite-based geolocation – High precision (down to 15m)
Near-Field Communication (NFC): Tag-A support for local scanning and quick Bluetooth pairing

Dimensions (in mm): 170 x 20 x 27 mm
Weight: 95 grams (inc. batteries)
Enclosure Rating: IP68, IK10
Recommended Operating Temperature: -30°C to +85°C
Material: Polycarbonate
Color: Black
Different Mounting Options Available: Screws, Cable ties, Double-sided tape, Adhesive

Battery Life: Up to 10 years from 2 messages per day
Battery Type: ER14505 Lithium-Thionyl Chloride (Li-SOCl2)
Quantity per Device: 2 Batteries
Battery Replaceable: No
Battery Voltage (V): 3.6V
Total Battery Capacity (mAh): 5400mAh

Comprehensive Locating Ability: Utilise 3 technologies for obtaining indoor & outdoor locations (BLE, GPS, WiFi). Preference GPS location with WiFi location fallback or vice-versa.
Adaptive Tracking: Change location acquisition frequency based on motion
Event Detection: Detect when asset has moved & stopped, temperature change, or when device has been removed
OTA Configuration Updates: Device behaviour is configurable remotely via Sigfox or locally via Bluetooth
Local OTA Firmware Updates: Firmware can be updated locally via Bluetooth
3rd Party Sensor Integration: Bluetooth capability can be used to integrate with a 3rd party sensor (Custom firmware required)
Customisable Firmware: Custom firmware versions are possible for large orders (e.g. to customise Bluetooth or firmware logic ) – Contact Thinxtra for more info

3D Accelerometer: Motion detection from accelerometer can be used for an energy saving algorithm as
well as motion alarm
Reed Switch & Magnet: For detecting if the device has been removed from the asset
Temperature: Internal temperature sensor, accuracy to 5°C. A dedicated temperature sensor with 1°C accuracy is also available upon request (subject to availability).
(Note: Temperature change will be delayed due to the high IP rated casing)

Box ID: Optional (Includes Geolocation Services)

Sigfox Ready: Yes, class 0
FCC: Yes
RCM: Pending

IET10 Asset Locator & Tracker

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