Moeco MGT2101 is a GSM sensor for monitoring shipments during transportation. It is placed inside the cargo crate or attached to the cargo belt.

The collected data is sent to the Moeco online platform where you can view it in real time and export, as well as manage the device itself.

The device can be recharged and used multiple times.

The MGT2101 device

Fig. 13 The MGT2101 device

Monitoring shipments

While cargo is in transit, the device’s built-in sensors keep track of the following parameters:

  • Route

  • Shocks

  • Position

  • Ambient temperature

  • Relative humidity

  • Ambient light intensity

The tracker regularly sends collected data to the Moeco online platform over mobile networks. The platform lets you see the device on the map, view cargo parameters in real time, export the data, as well as manage the device itself.


The device erases its memory after the platform has received the data.

If a measured parameter exceeds the threshold, the platform alerts you by email or SMS. You can set thresholds in the Moeco platform.

Technical specifications

Table 7 MGT2101 specifications

Measured ranges and tolerances

  • Temperature, standard temperature sensor: 0 to +50 °C ± 0.5 °C

  • Temperature, precise temperature sensor (provided by Moeco upon request): -20 to +60 °C ± 0.1 °C

  • Relative humidity: 0%-100% ± 3% (for 30%-70% RH) and ± 6% RH (for 0%-30% RH and 70%-100% RH)

  • Acceleration: ±2, ±4, ±8, ±16 g

  • Light intensity: 1 to 64,000 lux

Other tracked parameters

  • Shock counter

  • Altitude

  • Position

  • Break-in status


  • GSM: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz (2G)

  • Wi-Fi: 802.11 b/g/n

NFC tag

ISO/IEC 14443A, passive


LED (red, yellow, green)

Temperature operating range

-20 to +60 °C

Relative humidity limit

80% RH at 25 °C

Battery parameters

3.7 V, 3,000 mAh (from 4 to 12 months of operation)

Charge station parameters

5 V, 0.3 A

IP rating



78 x 62 x 33 mm


213.4 g ± 3 g

Package contents

The device ships without accessories.

Flight mode

To prevent any intentional emissions during the flight, the device enters ‘flight mode’. This does not require manual intervention.

The device is equipped with acceleration and altitude sensors that operate independently of each other.

After either of the sensors detects that the aircraft is in flight, the device completely deactivates all transmission functions.

Once both acceleration sensor and altitude sensor detect that the aircraft is on ground, the device resumes its normal operation.

Identifying the device

Each tracker has a sticker on the back with the following information:

  1. Product name

  2. Product model

  3. Operating temperature range

  4. IP class

  5. Battery parameters

  6. Charger parameters

  7. Place of manufacture

  8. Compliance markings

  9. Unique device ID (UID), may be requested by the technical support team

  10. QR code, required to register the tracker with the Moeco online platform

Information sticker

Fig. 14 Information sticker