These collars collect GPS signals at a users’ specified rate, feature a VHF beacon and are capable of transmitting GPS positions to your computer or mobile screen via Lotek’s Webservice interface.
An additional method of remote communication can be included via radio frequency transmission in the field.
Additional features include VHF beacons for tracking, as well as mortality alerts right to your email or phone. Other feature alerts can also be sent directly to you, such as a Virtual fence crossing event.
All feature a user replaceable battery pack.
For a more robust collar, the Large variety can be made heavy duty, with potted batteries (not user replaceable), for species that are likely to be very hard on collars.
Operating life can vary depending on application and study needs and objectives. Please contact one of our Telemetry Specialists to discuss your study needs.
Home range analysis, Migration, Survival, Reintroductions, Inter and Intra species interactions, Disease transmission, Habitat use and movement behaviour, efficient Eradication planning and management
GlobalstarTrack 2 or 3 D white tailed:
The best part of suburban deer trapping is that your collared deer are 1. Not afraid of you. Do we really need a GPS collar? 2. Always standing in your mouse transects! #wildlife #maryland #wildliferesearch #whitetaildeer #lymedisease #whitefootedmouse #murrowlab #nature #environmental #wildlifeconservation #radiotelemetry #biology #spatialecology #ecology
Here is just a cool image of antler growth! This picture was taken in April. By late summer, early fall these antlers will be fully formed (and much larger!) #wildlife #maryland #wildliferesearch #whitetaildeer #lymedisease #whitefootedmouse #murrowlab #nature #environmental #wildlifeconservation #radiotelemetry #biology #spatialecology #ecology
GlobalStarProL – mule deer capture Wyoming:
I'm headed to Rock Springs to photograph biologists and mule deer. It should be a good time. . . . . . . . . . . #muledeer #wyomingmigrationinitiative #uwyo #biology #science #rei1440project #wildernessculture #keepitpublic #ourwild #ungulates #research #trustscience #wyoming #wyomingexplored #thisiswy #natgeoadventure
Previous Generation GlobalstarTrack
|Model||GlobalStar Track S||GlobalStar Track M||GlobalStar Track L|
|Weight (g) (50cm necksize)||335||385||448|
|GPS life ||Time between GPS fixes to achieve desired operating life|
|Housing size (LxWxH) (mm)|
|Ungulates||93 x 51 x 27||93 x 51 x 27||93 x 51 x 27|
|Carnivores||98 x 60 x 27||98 x 60 x 27||98 x 60 x 27|
|Battery size (WxHxD) (mm)||72 x 49.5 x 20.5||72 x 49.5 x 30||72 x 49.5 x 46|
1. Every 2nd location sent via Globalstar, VHF beacon on 21 hours per week. Every other location sent via Globalstar
Operating temperature range: -30°C to +50°C
Data retention range: -50°C to +75°C
VHF frequency range: 145 to 212 MHz
User programmable via cable with download link: GPS & Beacon Schedule & Mortality Delay
User download via cable with download link: Data & diagnostics Data storage capacity: 65,000 locations
Field replaceable battery pack
Timed Release Drop off: Collar can be fitted with a TRD (adds 35-55g) or a TRRD (adds 125g to the weight of the collar)