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Queclink’s LTE CAT M1 Based GL300MA and GV50MA Certified by Verizon


On March 15, 2018, Queclink’s LTE CAT M1 products GL300MA and GV50MA obtained Verizon certifications, becoming one of the world’s earliest Verizon-certified low power consumption telematics products.


As the North American carriers are moving to the LPWA network and the demand for low power consumption products is steadily growing, Queclink has been investing heavily in the LTE CAT M1 products. At current stage, the Company has completed mass production of several CAT M1 models for future deployment in the North American market.


‘Queclink is only at the outset of CAT M1 business as GL300MA and GV50MA were granted with Verizon certificates,’ remarked by the vice general manager.


He further added that the Company is going on to apply for Verizon and AT&T certificates for a number of CAT M1 models. These products, to be launched in near future, will target at the fleet management, vehicle recovery and asset monitoring applications, etc. in North America.


▲ Queclink's GL300MA (right) and GV50MA (left) obtained Verizon certification


The Verizon certified GL300MA is a reliable hardware for freight transport and asset monitoring applications. Using GL300MA, customers are able to locate their asset via GPS/GLONASS/BDS multiple systems. This compact device can be fixed in covert positions to detect asset motions. Under suspicious circumstances, users can press its embedded button to send SOS alert, and get vibration feedback to confirm the alert is sent out. Besides, the GL300MA supports Bluetooth 2.4 for communication.


The GV50MA provides a cost-efficient hardware solution for basic tracking applications. Like GL300MA, it supports GPS/GLONASS/BDS positioning and communication via to via Bluetooth 2.4. The device is further embedded with a 3-aix accelerometer for monitoring the driving behavors.


‘Queclink’s GL300MA and GV50MA support both LTE eMTC and NB-IoT networks’, commented by Queclink’s vice general manager, ‘we’re seeing them to embrace the great future of IoT not only in the North America market, but also worldwide where both devices will play a role.’