What is the minimum amount of energy required for the tracker to operate?
The minimum amount of energy required for the tracker to operate is the amount of energy required to charge the internal battery.
How is the data stored?
The data is stored on the satellite tracker.
What type of data does the tracker collect?
The tracker collects data on the Ostrich's location, speed, and direction.
What is the data transmission rate?
The data transmission rate is the rate at which data is transferred from one location to another.
What is the tracking accuracy?
The tracking accuracy is the ability of the tracker to accurately track the satellite.
What type of solar charger is included?
The solar charger included is a high-efficiency solar charger that is able to harvest the smallest amount of energy from the sun.
What is the range of the tracker?
The tracker's range is limited only by the amount of sunlight it can receive. It is equipped with an internal battery and a high-efficiency solar charger, ensuring the battery never runs out. Even when the sun does not shine, it is able to harvest the smallest amount of energy from the sun, making it suitable for use even in dense bush/forest areas and during monsoon season.
How do you mount the tracker on the ostrich's neck?
The tracker is mounted on the ostrich's neck like a ID tag.
How long does the battery last on a full charge?
The battery lasts indefinitely on a full charge.
What type of battery does the tracker use?
The tracker uses a solar-powered battery.
What is the maximum weight the tracker can support?
The tracker can support a weight of up to 55g.
Can the data be accessed remotely?
Yes, the data can be accessed remotely.