TRACK.
CAPTURE.
DELIVER.

50 Series Trackers

Have valuable assets on your job site? OEM Data Delivery’s BT Trackers are simple devices that can be installed on any and all off-highway equipment regardless of how the equipment is powered – or not powered. BT Trackers are offered in numerous capture methods via vibration, ignition, magneto, pump, and many more. While there are quite a few capture methods, OEM Data Delivery’s BT Trackers all work to collect crucial information such as utilization and location.

BT50av Tracker with Logo

CAPTURE METHOD:
ANALOG/VIBRATION

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BT51tv Tracker with Logo

CAPTURE METHOD:
TEMPERATURE

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BT52rs Tracker with Logo

CAPTURE METHOD:
REED SWITCH

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BT53ts Tracker with Logo

CAPTURE METHOD:
TILT SENSOR

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HOW IT WORKS

DRIVE-BY CAPTURE

For companies that have staff routinely around the equipment.
For example, as a mechanic’s truck drives by a piece of equipment, it captures the equipment data.
Drive-By Capture Method Diagram

PASS-BY CAPTURE

For companies that have a location, such as a gate, fuel island, or field office,
that the equipment routinely passes by.
Pass-By Capture Method Diagram

WALK-BY CAPTURE

For companies that have a person who routinely passes by the equipment.
Walk-By Capture Method Diagram

The BT Tracker series of trackers deliver utilization and location data for non-powered equipment as well as powered equipment.

In airport environments, the BT Tracker is a powerful tool for managing ground support equipment such as tugs, tractors, deicers, dollies, air starts, ground power units, baggage carts, belt loaders, work access platforms, towable stairways, and more.

At construction, mining, aggregate, utility, agriculture, and other job sites, the BT Tracker is ideal for managing earth-moving equipment, cranes, scissor lifts, towable boom lifts, trailers, light towers, push arounds, compressors, containers, and more.

The BT Tracker is easily fastened to any piece of equipment.