Geolocation calculated for you
Over 200 light levels allowing sophisticated Template Fit analyses.
A Selection of Pressure Ranges
Improves accuracy for shallower divers.
Wet/dry and Temperature Sensors
To help you see when birds are in water, and trigger pressure recording for dive profiles.
Multiple Memory Management Options for Flexible Scheduling
1. Day Log: summarizes on board geolocation and other processes, allowing one to collect data for every day at liberty; a number of “loggables” are available to be recorded in
the Day Log, e.g., daily: sea surface temperature, min. and max. pressures, min. and max. temperatures, times of sunrise and sunset, etc.;
2. Telescoping Log: allows the total times series storage capacity of the tag to be evenly distributed over the entire mission.
3. Conditional Log: samples recorded (or not) based upon the condition of one or two sampled “loggables”;
4. Basic Log: straight sampling.
User chosen resolution
Can help balance the number of samples with the resolution of some sensors
Up to 128 Mbytes of non-volatile memory are available on specific models.
LAT tags are designed for miscellaneous data collection and data compression strategies aimed at maximizing and optimizing tags’ operating life and number of samples taken.
All LAT archival tags use a USB reader and a communication interface, LAT TagTalk.
The reader is practical for field work as it connects to the tags’ gold electrical contacts using minigrabbers – this method is very stable and reduces the risk of interfering with the connection if the tag is moved. The software allows the user to interact with the tag, to create a flexible programming regime and to download the data from the tag.