Oyster LoRaWAN



Quantity Price
1 - 4 $135.00
5 - 9 $128.25
10 - 99 $121.50
100+ $118.80


The Oyster is a compact, rugged battery GPS tracking device that has been designed for container tracking, tracking trailers, skip bins, and other assets where super-long battery life is required without sacrificing the frequency of updates and performance.

It is also available in cellular 2G, 3G and new Oyster2 4G Cat-M1 and NB-IoT versions.

The IP67 rated housing is rugged and UV stable, so the Oyster can be mounted on assets that are exposed to rain, dust and marine conditions.

By utilising the latest technology, the Oyster can operate in ultra-low power modes, and with an incredible battery life of up to 5 years the Oyster can be attached to assets and tracked without needing to change batteries. The Oyster has built-in antennas for GPS reception and for LoRaWAN communication, a 3D accelerometer, a high-performance GPS that can track both GPS and GLONASS satellites simultaneously and flash memory for storing non-volatile information.

The Oyster uses the LoRaWAN technology to give you coverage of your assets at a low data cost. The Oyster  is available in 868MHz and 915MHz versions to cater for the various LoRaWAN regions around the world.

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The Oyster uses 3 x AA 1.5V “off the shelf” Lithium batteries. These are generally available at retail outlets from manufacturers like Duracell and Energizer. Industrial 1.5V Lithium AA batteries are also available at bulk pricing.

The Lithium batteries have excellent performance and capacity, and allow the Oyster to be used in extreme temperatures and climatic conditions that other tracking devices simply cannot operate in.

  • High performance GPS and accelerometer
  • Supports all LoRaWAN 915MHz and 868MHz regions
  • Compact IP67 rugged weather-proof device
  • Battery powered by 3 x AA 1.5V consumer batteries
  • Up to 5 years asset location (once daily)
  • Small, compact and easy to install and conceal
  • Configure by USB cable and over-the-air via downlink messages