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GPS Location Synchronization
Part #: GPSTRACK-A

GPS Location Synchronization

Use this GPS tracking device with AcqKnowledge to import and synchronize a subject’s physical location with experiment data. Includes a USB microSD card reader for easy interface with AcqKnowledge.

  • Record GPS data for a moving subject in a wide area
  • Operating time ~24 hours … built-in high-capacity Li-polymer battery
  • Includes USB microSD reader, car charger, USB cable, carrying strap, protective case
  • GPS Location for correlating physical location with physiological data
  • Use AcqKnowledge to import and synchronize a subject’s physical location with physiological data from BioNomadix, Mobita, and BioHarness loggers
  • Compatible with the Location Palette in AcqKnowledge 4.4
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