Carrier’s TripLink puts data at your fingertips

Hamburg, Germany: Carrier Transicold has added TripLink to its container digital product range.

TripLink remotely connects customers with shipment information and intelligence to improve visibility and efficiency of reefer and the cargo.

The system, hosted on the cloud, constantly monitors and analyses refrigeration machinery and cargo health and can be accessed via smart phone, PC or tablet.

The TripLink receives information wirelessly transmitted from a telematics hardware module sitting inside the refrigerated container connected to the micro controller. 

“The TripLINK tool empowers customers to make more informed decisions for fleet operations based on key operational parameters and its in-built data analytics capabilities, which provides a time and cost saving benefit,” said Willy Yeo, director, marketing, Carrier Transicold. 

TripLink data includes set temperature, box temperature, in-range status, reefer operating mode and ambient temperature. The tool also provides critical and non-critical alarm codes, their descriptions and specific calls to action. In addition, container status data can be exported into PDF or Excel files for analysis.

An optional feature of TripLink digital tool is the TripWise system that performs critical run-time diagnostics in the background while the refrigeration unit is in operation, reducing the need for Pre-Trip Inspection tests, thus bringing savings to refrigerated container owners through lower terminal operating expenses, higher throughput and decreased idle time. 

TripLink can be factory installed and is also compatible with existing units in service, providing they have the Micro-Link 3 controller.

The TripLink dashboard

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