Monimoto 9: Elevating Motorcycle Security

Motorcycle.com Staff
by Motorcycle.com Staff
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Monimoto has unveiled the Monimoto 9, a new advancement in anti-theft GPS tracking technology. Building on the reputation of the Monimoto 7, the Monimoto 9 extends its application beyond motorcycles to secure a variety of assets including ATVs, boat engines, trailers, and more.


The Monimoto 9 features a more compact, rechargeable design with a 12-month battery life, down by 50% from the 24-month battery life of its predecessor. Despite the shorter battery life, the new model is designed for the tough environments typical of the powersports industry, with enhanced water and dust resistance, making it suitable for outdoor use. The features that Monimoto 7 users appreciated, such as auto arm/disarm, unauthorized movement detection, immediate theft alerts sent to the owner's phone, and real-time vehicle tracking via the Monimoto app, have been refined and improved based on customer feedback.


In terms of connectivity, the Monimoto 9 operates on LTE-M (LTE-M CAT M1) networks and is equipped with an embedded eSIM card that enables global functionality, provided there is access to 4G and 5G networks. This makes it a versatile option for use in different regions around the world.


The Monimoto 9's small size and advanced features make it suitable for securing a wide range of vehicles and equipment, especially those exposed to harsh conditions. It is designed for dirt bikes, ATVs, UTVs, outboard boat engines, or equipment located in remote areas without a permanent power supply. This expansion underscores Monimoto's commitment to meeting the diverse and evolving security needs of its customers.


For more information, visit monimoto.com or contact the support team at support@monimoto.com.


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