The TopFly Tech TLP2-SF is a 4G solar powered GPS tracking device with Bluetooth connectivity that is ideal for tacking assets that do not have their own power source. In addition to the solar panel, the TPL2-SFB also features IP67 waterproofing and a rechargeable battery that can last for months without solar charging. This combination of important features makes the TLP2-SFB ideal for trailers, containers, RVs, and construction and farm equipment.   The TLP2-SFB also includes a light sensor that acts as a removal alarm.  


 It's rechargeable Li-Polymer 9600 mAh/3.7 V battery can last up to 2 months without solar charging subject to reporting settings. It is both rugged and IP67 waterproof, plus it can provide real-time updates as frequently as every 3 seconds. In addition to possible high frequency reporting (subject to service plan choice), it can also save up to 60,000 locations points in its buffer for out of network coverage. The TPL2-SFB can be mounted with screws, silicone adhesive, or with powerful magnets that are sold separately.  Bluetooth door (TSDT1-B) and temperature and humidity (TSTH1-B) sensors are sold separately. 


The TLP2-SFB comes with a magnetic USB charging cable. Bundled service plans including monthly data transmission and monitoring software usage fees billed and sold separately. State sales tax may apply. No set up fees or contracts. See service plans for additional information. Discounts available for purchases of 5 or more units, call 951-366-1222 for details. 

TopFly Tech LTP2-SFB, LTE Cat-M1, NB-IoT Solar Powered Tracker

    • The TopFly Tech TLP1-SF provides high accuracy real time monitoring and historical tracking (see sample tracking). In addition to its excellent tracking capabilities and long life battery, its other features include: 

      • LTE Cat M1/NB 
      • Bluetooth connectivity BLE 5.0
      • 3-axis accelerometer
      • Over the air firmware updates
      • Low Battery Alarm
      • Removal Alert
      • Light Sensor
      • Indicator LED

      Battery Life

      Standby Time (without considering solar poweed charging, 2 hours active tracking per day)

      10 minutes reporting: 170 days
      5 minutes reporting: 90 Days
      1 minute reporting: 35 Days