Meet the BliTrack GPS tracker for Pets
A smart GPS locator that lets you quickly find your pet from anywhere
Unlimited number of location requests
Unlimited number of Safe Zones and Alerts
Gives the direction and distance to walk towards your pet
Water resistant to all weather conditions
Rechargeable lithium battery via USB
Works in 60+ countries at no extra cost
This device has been developed to be used in areas with good GPS and Cellular coverage (in New Zealand we use the Vodafone network).
As for any GPS enabled products such as GPS car navigation systems, the device needs to be outside or near a window to receive a clear signal from multiple satellites in order to calculate its position with greater precision. When the tracker is located inside or anywhere covered from the sky, its location might sometimes be calculated but in this case it can be quite imprecise.
Similarly, if there is no sufficient Cellular network coverage, the tracker will not be able to send location updates back to you. Once the device re-enters an area with adequate Cellular coverage, communication is automatically re-established.
The device used to run the BliTrack App (your smartphone or tablet) also needs internet access to receive location updates from the GPS locator.
Yes, simply start to activate the product for the first time by following the quick start user guide. Then additional people can gain access by creating their own account directly from the BliTrack App and then simply add the same device by scanning the Activation Code that came in the box.
Absolutely! Dog owners can choose any collar or harness as long as they do not attach a leash on the collar that holds the tracker. Cat owners need to make sure the collar they use have a safety auto-dismount system which is standard with any collar specifically marketed for cats from reputable stores.
Many factors can affect battery life such as the cellular network coverage, the activity of your pet, real time tracking from the App and so on.
To help conserve battery life the device automatically goes into standby mode when your pet is inactive for at least 5 minutes, this is the biggest contributing factor. Moreover, poor cellular coverage can decrease battery life because the device will be required to use more energy in order to communicate its position under these conditions. Lastly, App usage is also a factor because it provides live tracking of the device (providing adequate cellular coverage) which is increasing the number of location requests to the GPS tracker and therefore is more battery intensive.
Our number one priority in the design process was to make sure this GPS tracker could be worn by small and light pets such as Cats, without getting in their way. Of course, trade-offs needed to be made on the battery size in order to offer a product that is not bulky like some other devices.
We have also prioritised the number of location updates since we didn’t want to force our users to wait for one hour or longer to get a position update like other products do (as long as our device is located in an area with adequate cellular and GPS coverage as explained previously) while still optimising battery life when your pet is asleep or not moving.
Some very placid dogs have achieved a battery life up to 5 days but with most pets the battery could last between 20 hours to 3 days depending on the conditions.
If you know that your cat or dog is very active, we recommend to recharge the device often without waiting for the low battery reminders, to make sure that your GPS tracker will be online when you need it the most!
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