This product is built to fit the lizard species that you are working with. With total product weight starting at just 2 grams we can help you to customize a GPS data logger specifically for your lizard research project. We will build the data logger with the most battery power possible without exceeding your imposed weight limit.
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The manual wireless download is achieved by tracking the animal and then when you are within the range of the Telemetry Solutions Base Station you use it to send a signal to the GPS data logger . That message instructs the data logger to send the data back to you. This is done with one click of a button and takes just a few seconds.
The automatic wireless data download option is done in the same way except that you would pre-position a base station in the field near a place where you expect the animal to be. The base station will detect the GPS data logger on the animal and the data will download automatically. That data is stored in a computer that is running the base station in the field. You can leave the computer and base station in the field as long as you like so that the new data can be continually downloaded. Recover the data by plugging any data storage device (running Windows O/S) into the computer.
Data are always retained in the data logger regardless of whether or not it has been downloaded. The data sets contain GPS positions that were taken at the times that you programmed before the data logger was deployed. Please note that GPS positioning will not take place when the GPS turns on under water.
To be successful, the product design relies upon a battery, a GPS data logger and a GPS antenna. Telemetry Solutions is very flexible with the placement of these three components, they do not all have to reside on top of the carapace. In fact, none of them need to reside on top!
Data output can be viewed in several different ways including exporting to Arc GIS or Google Maps or Google Earth as well as a number of other GIS programs.