The DIS Hertz C-V1.0 (datasheet version 1.1) is a cutting-edge, water-resistant tracking sensor with dual LTE Cat M1 and NB-IoT connectivity. Its unique versatility extends beyond data tracking, as it doubles as a beacon receiver for our beacons (DIS-Octo & DIS-Bain).




The Hertz C-V1.0 extends its capabilities across 50+ countries, leveraging the LTE-M/NB-IoT network for widespread coverage. This ensures a reliable and expansive reach, allowing seamless connectivity in diverse geographical regions.

Tamper detection

The Hertz C-V1.0 employs an innovative interruption system triggered by the loss of magnetism. This ensures swift transitions to recovery mode, enhancing the device’s responsiveness and adaptability in critical situations.

Back-up Battery

Featuring ATEX certified batteries, the Hertz C-V1.0 excels in extreme weather conditions, guaranteeing reliable performance. It has an impressive 5-year back-up battery life.

Dust and waterproof

Featuring an IP66 rating, the Hertz C-V1.0 is dust-tight and water-resistant, capable of withstanding challenging conditions. Its robust design ensures reliable performance, making it suitable for various applications.


With a resilient IK6 rating, the Hertz C-V1.0 provides substantial protection against external mechanical impacts. Its durability in the face of force makes it a reliable choice for applications requiring resistance to physical impact.

Security measures

Robust security protocols are incorporated into the Hertz C-V1.0 and its firmware, safeguarding your telematics data. Data transmission uses 128-bit ECDH encryption, and memory-safe programming practices are employed to protect against potential threats. 

Gateway to our beacons

The Hertz C-V1.0 functions as a versatile gateway, quietly facilitating the reception of our beacons. Its understated yet effective design seamlessly integrates with our technology, allowing for enhanced connectivity and expanded tracking capabilities.

Configure GPS Scanning

Manage the activation status of GPS scanning according to your tracking needs and specify the duration for which the Hertz C-V1.0 scans for GPS data when necessary.

Server Configuration

Set up the server connection by configuring the URL or IP address to which the Hertz C-V1.0 reports its data, and define the communication port on the server for seamless interaction.

Acceleration Threshold (G-Force)

Define the G-force threshold that triggers a movement event, allowing you to adjust sensitivity to movement.

Optional Temperature measurement

Elevate your asset awareness with the Hertz C-V1.0, featuring advanced temperature measurement. Stay informed and in control by monitoring your asset’s temperature effortlessly.

Movement Detection Settings

Define the time interval for movement detection, specifying the required number of samples to classify an event as movement. Additionally, configure the duration of inactivity that triggers a stop movement event.


The DIS Hertz C-V1.0 is designed to operate primarily in a deep sleep mode to conserve battery life. It wakes up from this sleep state for several reasons, ensuring efficient tracking and reporting:

The Hertz C-V1.0 reports at regular intervals known as the “heartbeat interval.” This interval is configurable, allowing you to set how often the device sends status updates to the server. It ensures you receive periodic updates on the device’s status.

If the tamper sensor is active, the device wakes up to report this event. Tampering could involve unauthorized access or removal of the device from its mounted position. Reporting tamper events helps in enhancing the security of your assets.

The Hertz C-V1.0 also wakes up when it detects movement. The definition of movement is highly configurable and can be adjusted based on parameters such as G-force, the number of movement samples, and movement time. This flexibility allows you to tailor the device’s behavior to specific tracking scenarios.

Conversely, the device reports when it stops moving. Similar to movement detection, the definition of a stop movement event is configurable, typically based on a specified period of no movement. This feature is useful for tracking assets that should remain stationary and alerting you if they are moved.


LTE-M/NB-IoT Modem
  • Frequency range: 800-2200MHz.
  • Certified LTE bands: B1-B5, B8, B12-B14, B17-B20, B25-B26, B28 and B66.
  • Certified global operators: AT&T, Bell, China Telecom, Deutsche Telekom, KDDI, Telstra, Verizon, Vodafone, etc.

Cell towers: CellId, TAC, RSSI up to 6 neighbors.
Accelerometer: 3-axis motion detection & free fall detection.
Sub GHZ receiver: 868 mHz beacon receiver.


Chemical system: Lithium/Iron Disulfide (Li/FeS2 ) | non-rechargeable.
Amount: 2 pcs.
Lithium content: Less than 1 gram.
Safety: Ex ia IIC Ga.

Operating conditions and package
  • Temperature: -20C +60C.
  • IP-code: IP66.
  • Casing: ABS, 86mm x 82mm x 29.5mm


  • GPS and Cell Tower Scanning
  • LTE-Cat M1 & NB-IoT Connectivity
  • Remote Firmware Updates (OTA)
  • Battery Life: Up to 5 years
  • Backup batteries of 3V 1250mAh
  • Tamper Detection
  • Antennas are internal
  • Compact Form Factor: 86mm x 82mm x 29.5mm
  • ATEX Certified Batteries
  • Secure Data Transmission (128-bit ECDH)
  • Robust Firmware Security Practices
  • CE, UKCA and EMC Certified
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To optimize the performance of the DIS Hertz C-V1.0 for your specific use case, a range of parameters can be customized to suit your tracking needs. Here are the key configurable items:

Define the frequency at which the device sends periodic status updates to the server (heartbeat intervals). This is crucial for monitoring the device’s normal operation.

Effortlessly enable or disable GPS scanning to meet your tracking needs. Tailor the scan duration for accurate GPS data retrieval when required.

Personalize your motion detection: set the stop movement trigger time and define the time interval and sample count for accurate movement classification.

Configure the URL or IP address of the server to which the device reports its data.

Specify the port on the server for communication.

Define the G-force threshold that triggers a movement event, allowing you to adjust sensitivity to movement.