JM-LL01 is certified by PTCRB!

JM-LL01 is certified by PTCRB!


We are thrilled, our product JM-LL01 LTE Cat M1 / NB2 GNSS asset tracker has now been approved by PTCRB.

Jimi JM-LL01 LTE Cat M1 / NB2 GNSS asset tracker, the built-in 10,000 battery can achieve an amazing battery life of up to 3 years, and the rugged JM-LL01 tracking terminal is specially designed to withstand various factors, Can be connected to containers, trailers, heavy equipment, and other large movable assets.

The Jimi JM-LL01 asset tracker leverages the latest Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) cellular technology, which allows IoT devices to achieve extended coverage while maintaining the simplicity of design. Its highly reliable LTE connection, seamless handoffs, and low latency processor ensure that the device never loses its connection with the cloud or tracking platform. 

    JM-LL01 feature list:

  • Intelligent power management
  • In tracking mode, the LL01 can adjust power consumption by judging the state of the object being tracked.

  • IP65 waterproof 
  • waterproofing to keep the device dry and dust-free.

  • Easy set
  • Strong, built-in magnet allows for quick installation.

  • 3 years stand by
  • The large-capacity battery allows for up to 3 years of life.

Jimi asset tracker is designed for defending your assets, such as container, farm machinery, and truck. With an asset GPS tracker, you can keep eye on your asset anytime anywhere. It provides real-time monitoring and can send out an instant alarm in urgent cases. Asset GPS tracking device is wireless, so you can realize easy installation. 


The PCS Type Certification Review Board, also known as the PTCRB, is a certification board established by North American cellular operators to test mobile phones, IoT devices, M2M devices and modules, and similar hardware operating on mobile networks.

It’s important for operators and device manufacturers to ensure their devices are PTCRB-certified, as doing so ensures compliance with cellular network standards.

Without PTCRB certification, device manufacturers won’t be able to interoperate with many North American cellular carriers.