GPS on time limitation (all products)
A modern GPS receiver needs somewhere between 1 and 35 seconds to acquire enough GPS satellite signals and calculate a GPS position. However, in the field on wild animals, conditions might be such that the GPS receiver is not able to receive enough GPS satellite signals. Therefore, it is important to limit the amount of time that the GPS receiver is allowed to remain on to achieve this. Hence the name GPS Timeout. Furthermore, all of our GPS products offer 3 different limits, 60, 90 or 120 seconds.
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|Suitable Animals||birds, bats, and other tiny mammals||small lizards, tortoises, turtles, frogs, very small mammals||animals that weight at least 500 grams||foxes, Tasmanian Devils|
|Data Recovery Method||UHF Wireless||UHF Wireless||UHF Wireless||Â Satellite|
|Data Transfer Range||up to 30km||up to 50m||up to 30km||global|
|Drone Data Downloading||S||S||S||N/A|
|Base Station Battery Life||2 days||5 days||2 days||N/A|
|Base Station External Power||S||N/A||S||N/A|
|Change GPS Schedule in Field||S||S||S||S|
|Best in Habitat Type||Open-Light||Any||Any||Any|
|GPS Precision Control||S||S||S||S|
|DIY Kits Available||S||S||N/A||N/A|
|Discount Price Eligible||S||S||S||S|