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Pin Alarm System

Pin Alarm System
Pin Alarm System
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  • Model: Pin alarm

The increased requirements of TAPA standards for alarm and control systems led to the need to develop a new security system. This changed the approach to ensuring safety in the freight transportation industry by deploying more modern and innovative solutions.

Our clients often face serious problems:

Tightening of safety standards: Every year, safety standards for freight transportation tighten.

Need for changing access codes: One of the problems carriers face is the constant need to change access codes to ensure security.

High integration with existing systems: The introduction of new standards entails significant additional costs for equipment or complex configuration processes.

Loss of remote control panel: The loss of a remote control panel can be a serious problem for carriers.

Failure of remote control panel: Old control panels can fail due to physical wear and tear and malfunctions.

Handover of remote control panel to another driver: If a remote control panel is handed over to another driver, there is a risk to security and alarm management.

Driver dissatisfaction: Dissatisfied drivers can become a serious problem for carriers. They may be dissatisfied with inconvenient and unreliable alarm management systems.

Failure of delivery schedules: Delivery schedule failures can occur due to various factors, including attempts at intrusion and loss of cargo control.

To address these problems, we propose the PIN ALARM SYSTEM:


The PIN ALARM SYSTEM is an integrated alarm control keypad mounted on a semi-trailer or container. It offers three password change methods:

1. Permanent password: the password remains unchanged, and it can be physically replaced by the responsible person.

2. Password change from the office: The password is changed remotely from the office by the responsible person's decision.

3. Dynamic password change: the password changes automatically after each login event, ensuring maximum security.

This system ensures reliable cargo protection and convenient access control, contributing to safe cargo transportation.

Here's how it works:

The PIN alarm system offers three types of password change: permanent, office-changeable, and dynamic password after each login event.

The principle of the system is that the user enters a code on the keypad located in the semi-trailer or container, and this code controls the alarm. The system allows you to arm and disarm the alarm, as well as enter service mode. Each password change method provides a certain level of security and convenience, adapting to different situations when transporting goods.

TAPA TSR Certificate

The PIN ALARM system complies with TAPA TSR, ensuring physical cargo protection, access control methods, automatic danger signals, and messages that meet TAPA TSR safety standards.

TAPA Image 1   TAPA Image 2
Intrusion Protection Rating IPW66
Power Supply Voltage Range 10-16V
Overvoltage Protection yes, electronic, self-healing
Overvoltage Protection, Maximum Sustaining 70B
Current Consumption, Active <2A
Current Consumption, Standby < 15 mA
Power Supply Current, Sleep Mode < 5 mA
Overcurrent Protection yes, electronic and fuse
Intrusion Protection Rating IP69
Digital Inputs 2
Digital Inputs, Levels U low <2V U high>3V
Driving Control with position and current control
Interface with Keyboard serial
External Emergency Power Supply Connection yes, internal battery
RS232 yes
CAN optional
Bluetooth optional
RS485 optional
Encryption yes
LED Indicator yes
Buzzer: Key Press Confirmation, Alarm yes
Operating Conditions
Operating Humidity 5–95%
Operating Temperature -40°C to +85°C

Main Components of PIN ALARM SYSTEM

  1. Control Panel
  2. Fuse 5AB
  3. Batteries 3450 mA/h
  4. Tracker FMC130KY


  1. Lock for Semitrailers SMART LOCK PRO
  2. Lock for Containers
  3. Sensor Connection

1. Control Panel

Description: The control panel of the alarm system features an intuitive user interface with LED indicators for clear status visibility. Together with sensitive auditory feedback, it provides both visual and auditory feedback for smooth interaction. The ergonomic layout and remote control capabilities enhance user convenience and security.

Purpose: Adhering to TAPA standards, the keypad reinforces security protocols. This ensures that only authorized individuals, such as the driver, can deactivate the alarm by entering a PIN code, thereby enhancing overall system security.

2. 5A Fuse

The 5A fuse in the PIN ALARM system is designed to protect the system's electrical components and circuits from potential overloads or short circuits. It safeguards against electronics and equipment damage, ensuring reliable system operation. Once the 5A fuse is triggered, it can be replaced with a new one, allowing for system functionality maintenance and ensuring cargo transport safety.

3. 3450mA/h Batteries

3450 mA/h (milliampere-hour) capacity batteries in the PIN ALARM system are used for continuous electrical supply to ensure system operation in the event of a primary power source failure. This is important to maintain the functionality of the alarm and access control even temporarily without power, such as when a car battery is disconnected or power is cut off. The batteries provide reliable and long-lasting backup power, which is crucial for cargo and overall system security.

4. Tracker FMC130KY

The FMC130KY is a Teltonika tracking device (GPS tracker) designed to monitor and manage vehicles. As part of the PIN ALARM SYSTEM, this tracker is used to locate and track the whereabouts of cargo transport vehicles, ensuring control and security of valuable goods being transported. This device allows real-time tracking of routes and vehicle location, facilitating efficient management of logistics operations and providing additional security level.

Choice: Container Lock

The container lock with a stainless steel body is a mechanical device designed to ensure the security and protection of cargo in containers and trailers. The lock is made of stainless steel, making it durable and resistant to external factors, such as atmospheric conditions.

In the context of the PIN ALARM SYSTEM, the container lock is used to enhance cargo security and protection. It allows physically blocking access to the container or trailer, preventing unauthorized access and theft. Thus, the stainless steel lock serves as an additional physical security measure, working in conjunction with the PIN ALARM signaling to ensure comprehensive security of valuable goods during transportation.

Choice: SMART LOCK PRO Trailer Lock

The SmartLock PRO DSM v2.0 lock is made of stainless steel and can be remotely controlled using a telemetry system or a variable code keypad.

In the context of the PIN ALARM SYSTEM, the SmartLock PRO lock is used for additional cargo protection. It is mounted on the trailer doors and ensures physical access to cargo blocking. The lock transmits door unlocking and opening data in real-time to the office via the transport management system installed in the trailer. The electronic lock control module sends notifications about any unauthorized attempts to access, providing additional cargo security level.

The SmartLock PRO lock complies with TAPA cargo security standards and insurance company requirements. It is designed to ensure reliability and can be customized to specific needs of different carriers. This electronic lock provides comprehensive security system along with the PIN ALARM SYSTEM, ensuring cargo security during transportation.

Choice: Sensor Integration

We offer a wide range of sensors, including door sensors, PIR sensors, and others, which can be integrated into the PIN ALARM SYSTEM. More information about available sensors can be found by clicking the link below.

PIN ALARM SYSTEM offers three different password change methods:

1. Fixed Password: This method allows using a fixed password that remains unchanged. The password can be physically changed on-site, and access to the system is controlled by a responsible individual. This provides convenience and flexibility in access control.

2. Office Password Change: The second method provides the option to change the password from the office. When decided by a responsible person in the office to change the password, it can be done remotely through the system. This method is useful, for example, when changing shifts or in other situations where the password needs to be changed quickly.

3. Dynamic Password Change: This method ensures maximum security. The password is automatically changed after each access event, such as unlocking and locking the lock. Each time access is required, a unique password is generated, and the driver needs to contact the office to get the updated password. This guarantees maximum security and uniqueness of the password for each access event.

PIN ALARM SYSTEM management can be divided into the following stages:

1. When the responsible person needs to detach the cargo/semi-trailer from the alarm system, they initiate the process by pressing the lock keypad button (*).

2. Upon pressing the asterisk (*) button, a 4-digit code appears on the keypad. This code is unique to the current session.

3. The responsible person contacts the office employee and communicates the 4-digit code displayed on the keypad.

4. Upon receiving the code, the office employee generates and provides the corresponding PIN code to deactivate the alarm.

5. The assigned PIN code remains unchanged until the office employee sends the "Change PIN" command to the lock.

*If the password is dynamically changed, it automatically changes after each access event, such as opening and closing the lock. Each time access is required, a unique password is generated, and the driver must contact the office to obtain the updated password.

6. If necessary, the responsible employee can remotely send the "Change PIN" command to the lock from the office.

7. Upon receiving the "Change PIN" command, especially for a new driver, they must again contact the office to obtain a new PIN code, which is displayed on the keypad screen.

If the driver enters an incorrect PIN code, an error message "Err4" will appear on the keypad, indicating incorrect input.

The responsible employee has a PIN generator that generates PIN codes for unlocking based on driver requests and specific protocols. This generator ensures secure access control and lock authentication.

Company CodeQtyWeight per UnitDescription
Container Lock
13900Stainless steel body
1900Chinese lock
1100Elastic rubber
Power Unit
1160Power board
24Mimi 5A fuse
1285A313MF box
6463450 mA/h batteries
180Charging cable PROCAR 678949105A
17Charging socket PC-GM2.5
15Magnet M6x5
16Magnetic contact is adhesive white.
1110Tracker FMC130KY

TAPA Certification

The PIN ALARM system meets the standards and requirements of TAPA TSR (Transported Asset Protection Association Trucking Security Requirements) in several aspects:

1. Physical security: PIN ALARM provides physical protection of goods, as alarm and access control are important to prevent theft and unauthorized access to valuable goods. This complies with the TAPA TSR requirements for transport safety.

2. Access control: The system offers a variety of methods for changing passwords, including a dynamic password after each access event, which meets the TAPA TSR requirements for access control and code change.

3. Tracking and reporting: PIN ALARM System allows you to record access and interaction events with the system, which meets the TAPA TSR requirements for reporting and tracking with regard to cargo and transport.

4. Automatic alarm activation: The automatic alarm function after closing the door provides reliable protection of the cargo and complies with TAPA TSR standards.

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PIN Alarm System wirin diagram .pdf 104.38KB 46
PIN Alarm System v6 pinout RUS.pdf 88.82KB 41
PIN Alarm System v6 pinout ENG.pdf 72.13KB 48

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