Penguin

Wildlife Computers penguin tags feature low-profile designs. Tags are often attached using a special tape, called tesa® tape, with the antenna pointing down the back towards the tail.

Penguin
ModelTrackingSensorsSensor Data ArchiveTransmitted Data ProductsLife (days)L x W x H (mm)Weight (g)
Time SeriesDive BehaviorHaulout BehaviorTemperatureMortality
HistosProfiles
TDR-Mk9-290
GeolocationDepth, Temp, LightN/A85 x 18 x 1734
SPOT-275
ArgosTemp18086 x 17 x 1835
SPOT-367
ArgosTemp370107 x 18 x 2145
SPLASH10-283
ArgosDepth, Temp, Light180109 x 32 x 2699
ModelTrackingSensorsSensor Data ArchiveTransmitted Data ProductsLife (days)L x W x H (mm)Weight (g)
Time SeriesDive BehaviorHaulout BehaviorTemperatureMortality
HistosProfiles

Life calculations assume a nominal 250 Argos transmissions per day. Life calculation estimates are not listed for TDR tags. This is because battery life and memory fill time vary greatly depending on the programmed sampling rates.

Most SPLASH tags come in a 10 (does not contain Fastloc) or BF (does not contain depth) version. Ask your technical sales consultant which tag best meets your research goals.

This is a small representation of our available tags. Tag features and specifications subject to change without notice.   

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