LoJack Device Self-Powered, Ruggedized for Construction Equipment

The updated LoJack system uses a small, rugged and now self-powered wireless transceiver that can be attached to many different types of equipment - from towables to trailers to skid steers.

LoJack postOnce equipment is reported stolen to the police, the product identification number is matched to the LoJack System's registration number by state law enforcement computers. After the match, the system is automatically activated by police, which causes thetransceiver in the equipment to emit a silent signal, helping direct law enforcement to the precise locatpon of the stolen asset. The company says it is effective even in underground garages, barns and deeply wooded areas.