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The SPLASH-F-391 is the first shape in our updated SPLASH product line. Our updated SPLASH (formerly SPLASH10) tags incorporate the last ten years of researcher input to create a tag with model-ready temperature profiles and fully integrated with the Wildlife Computers Data Portal.
The SPLASH-F-391 (Fastloc®) tags is a data-archiving, satellite transmitting tags designed for tracking vertical and horizontal movements of free-range marine animals. A SPLASH-F-391 tag works best for researchers conducting fine-scale movement studies on diving animals like pinnipeds but also for studies involving oceanographic research.
Fastloc technology is what sets this tag apart. Fastloc uses GPS to provide highly accurate locations in under a second. Fastloc allows for fine-scale locations on animals that surface too quickly for a traditional GPS or Argos fix— Fastloc acquires positions every few minutes compared to a maximum of a few dozen a day with Argos-only tags.
Below are the physical specifications of the SPLASH-F-391.
|Dimensions (mm)||86 x 58 x 28|
|Deployment Length (days)||250|
|Sensors||Depth, Temperature, Wet/Dry, Fastloc|
|Depth Sensor Range||0-2000 m (dBar)|
|Depth Sensor Resolution||0.061 m (dBar)|
|Depth Sensor Accuracy||1% of reading (typical), 1.25% FS (maximum)|
|Temperature Sensor Range||-40 °C to 60 °C|
|Temperature Sensor Resolution||0.02 °C|
|Temperature Sensor Accuracy||0.1°C|
|Pressure Rating||2000 m|
|Operating Temperature Rating (°C)||-20 °C to 50 °C|
|Optimal Storage Temperature Range (°C)||0 °C to 5 °C|
|Conductivity Operational Limits||0.1 to 5 S m-1*|
|Transmitter Frequency||401.678 MHz|
|Transmitter Power||0.5 W/3 dBi peak antenna gain|