QSI Wireless Mobile Data Terminal Meets EOBR Regulations

March 2011, - Feature

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Mobile data terminal supplier QSI Corp. released the Treq-M4x mobile data terminal.

Designed for vehicle system integrators, the Treq-M4x incorporates the same features as the Treq-M4 but offers wireless communication and control, and fully meets the hardware requirements of FMCSA Rule 395.16 for Electronic On-Board Recorders.

Similar to the Treq-M4 but with more functionality, the new Treq-M4x features a GPS receiver and a quad-band GSM/GPRS modem for location-based applications like mapping and navigation, as well as data communication for messaging and routing. A J1708 and J1939 CANbus interface were also added.

Additional specifications include a 4.3-inch LCD display with a resistive touch screen, Marvell PXA 300 CPU, Windows Embedded CE 6.0 operating system, extended operating temperature range, magnetic card reader and Bluetooth capability.

Orders for the Treq-M4x are now being accepted. Developer's kits are also available.

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