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Trackstick Mini GPS Tracker - Logger
It's the smallest GPS tracker in its class and has a new and improved GPS receiver with up to seven times more sensitivity than any other Trackstick model.
The detachable weatherproof and shock resistant case, magnetic mount, and a small 31/2" figure make the Trackstick Mini ideal for covert deployment and use in harsh conditions. Like all Trackstick devices, Trackstick Mini works anywhere on the planet. Its travelled locations can be shown as a clear red line traced on satellite photos and 3D terrain using the latest mapping technologies from Google Earth, Microsoft Live, MapQuest and other internet based mapping programs. The Trackstick Mini continuously records its exact route, stop times, speed, direction, altitude, and other valuable information, which can be quickly downloaded and viewed on your computer.
The integrated temperature recorder ensures that all aspects of its environment are being monitored. A vibration detector, combined with proprietary low-power GPS technology makes Trackstick Mini the longest running GPS tracker on the market. Best of all, changing batteries is no longer enquired. The Trackstick Mini runs on a built-in lithium-ion battery that can be recharged in about an hour through your computer's USB port.
- Weatherproof rubber boot
- Vibration detector allows a movement-dependent sleep mode for longer battery life
- Integrated directly into Google Earth for worldwide use and fully compatible with many other off-the-shelf mapping programs
- Requires Windows compatible computer with USB port
- 3 -14 day Battery Life depending on user setting.
- 360 degree GPS antenna so it can work anywhere
|3½" X 1½" X 3/8"|
|Storage||4Mb of flash memory records months of travel histories|
|Power||Rechargeable lithium-ion battery|
|Accessories||Protective rubber boot, vehicle magnetic mount|
|Receiving signal||L1 (1575.42MHZ) C/A Code|
|Hot start||9 seconds (max)|
|Warm start||37 seconds (max)|
|Cold start||52 seconds (max)|
|Horizontal accuracy||2.5 meters|
|Operating temperature||-30° to 80° C (-22° to 176° F)|
|Maximun logged speed||300 km/hr (locations are still recorded above this speed)|