OrniTrack-P33 - patagial solar powered GPS-GSM tracker for birds of prey

 

The patagial transmitter is designed for birds of prey to be attached on patagium.

Key characteristics:

  • Housing: transmitter body with integrated attachment flap, pin and locking hexagonal nut for patagial attachement; strong and waterproof; can be made in one of four available colours: white, grey, black or brown

  • No external antennas

  • Size: dimensions 55×56×32 mm, weight 33 g

  • GPS receiver: high sensitivity 66 channel module

  • GSM transceiver: quad-band 850/900/1800/1900

  • Internal battery: Lithium-Polymer with under- and over-charge protection

  • Fully charged battery is sufficient for logging 1,000 positions without additional recharge (under optimal GPS satellite view and not exceeding 20 GPRS data upload sessions in good network coverage)

  • Solar charger: high efficiency (22%) solar panel

  • GPS logging intervals: from 1 second to 48 hours

  • Data storage: 4 MB flash memory capable of storing over 60,000 records

  • Data upload: via GSM/GPRS/3G network

  • GSM/GPRS network connection interval: from 10 minutes to 192 hours

  • SMS message with 10 GPS positions when GPRS/3G network is not available

  • Logged data are stored in memory if phone network is unavailable

  • Geofences: 2 zones with separate sets of parameters. Zones defined by user by multiple rectangles (up to 10 per zone)

  • High frequency (up to 50 Hz) sensor (accelerometer, magnetometer, temperature, light intensity) data collection on a separate schedule

  • Day & night sensing

  • Operational temperature: from -20 to +70 °C

  • Control: user remotely controls GPS & GSM schedules, night-time GPS hibernation and geofence settings via online control panel

  • Main data record: UTC date & time, GPS position, GPS altitude, speed, direction, HDOP, battery voltage, battery charging current, instant acceleration (3 axes), temperature, magnetic field strength (3 axes)

  • Transmitter firmware update over the air (OTA)

 
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