The device is designed to determine the index of motion activity of cattle, as well as its location, followed by the transfer of data obtained in the process of measurement to the cloud software platform through specialized mobile radio networks.
The obtained data can be used to determine animals ready for insemination, sick animals, and fallen cattle.
Material;Glass filled polyamide
Ingress protection rating;IP-65
Operational temperature range;-40…+85 °С
Operational voltage range;3.0 V
Battery type;3x CR123/CR123A (LiMnO2)
Battery lifetime;Up to 3 years (depending on settings)
Summary battery capacity;4500 mAh
Supported navigation satellite systems;GLONASS/GPS
Number of channels;99
Cold start time;40 s
Hot start time;2 s
Frequency range;1575,42-1615,5 MHz
Communication standard;LoRaWAN 1.0.3 class A
Radio frequency range;RU864/EU868
Maximum transmit power;20 dBm
Method for determining motion activity;Using the built-in accelerometer
Animal jumping detection function;Yes
Interval of averaging motor activity;From 15 to 60 minutes
Cryptographic algorithm;AES, the maximum key length is 128 bits
Configuration interface;With Android mobile application
The cattle motion activity tracker receives data on the subject's location using GLONASS.
The received data is transmitted to the base station via LoRaWAN, and then to the analytical cloud platform for further monitoring.
The sensor captures jumps and measures motion activity using a built-in accelerometer with a frequency of 3 Hz, followed by averaging in a given time interval from 10 minutes to one hour.
Based on the data obtained, it is possible to determine the readiness for insemination of sick animals (if the motor activity of the animal has become radically different from others) or to fix a fatal outcome (when the motion activity of the animal has stopped).
The cattle motion activity tracker IXOCAT-LW - is a ready made solution for your business
Determining the location in an open area using GPS/GLONASS
Durable waterproof housing with protection IP-65
The operating temperature range is -40...+85 °C
Fixation of changes in motor activity using the built-in accelerometer
Detecting strikes and coups
Configuration using the Android/IOS mobile app
Built-in GNSS receiver
When grazing, animals can often leave the pasture, get lost or they can be stolen. The tracker has a built-in GNSS receiver, which periodically receives its coordinates from satellites and transmits data via the LPWAN network.
It is powered by three replaceable lithium batteries. The device is autonomous and has a built-in power supply, it does not need to be connected to the electrical network, which is especially important away from the benefits of civilization. In cases where animals have left the LoRaWAN network coverage area, the measured data is stored in the device's memory and subsequently transmitted in strict order (FIFO) to the cloud analytical platform when the device appears in the network coverage area.
The device is made in the form of a monolithic shock-resistant, moisture-resistant housing with a degree of protection IP-65 (its dimensions are 125x75x37 mm, and its weight reaches 300 grams), attached to a standard marking collar of cattle with a width of 40mm.
This will allow you to use it even in bad weather conditions and not worry that the device will fail.