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Bond GPS Tracker

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The Bond GPS Tracker is a wandering patient system designed to track the movements of the user, providing peace of mind to caregivers concerned with their safety. The device is hermetically sealed, with a sensitive antenna and 50 channel GPS receiver. It uses uBlox electronics and a 3G modem. The battery capacity is 2000mAh which provides about ten days of battery life in normal tracking mode. The tracker is small in size and is water resistant. It can be fitted in a specific location (e.g. within a car), onto a possession such as a handbag, or onto a person’s clothing. The device can be programmed to suit the requirements of the user by sending signals at regular intervals, only when movement is detected, or to track its position on demand. The caregiver uses the track panel on the device to enter their mobile phone number and/or email address, enabling them to then use their phone to check the device status whenever they want.

Technical Specifications: 

Size: 6.5 centimeters (length) x 3.6 centimeters (width) x 3.3 centimeters (depth)
Weight: Tracker: 110 grams
Charging mat: 770 grams
Warranty: 1 year warranty

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as of: 
08/25/2015
Additional Pricing Notes: 
Please contact distributor for pricing. Pricing is in Euros.
Seller(s): 
Bond GPS Tracker

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Assist Ireland
Assist Ireland Organization Type: 
Public
Assist Ireland provides information on assistive technology and a directory of products available from Irish suppliers. Their product information can be searched on their Web site, and they provide additional assistance over their telephone helpline and via email.
Address: 
Email address: support@assistireland.ie
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
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Web Address: 
http://www.assistireland.ie