The SHOUT ns is the “no screen” version of the SHOUT ts. It is a body-worn tracker/messaging device weighing less than 3oz and is 60% smaller than the SHOUT ts in volume. Both the Iridium® and GPS antennas are embedded inside the enclosure. The SHOUT ns’ operating parameters are set with a computer via a USB port. The SHOUT ns can also be connected to a smart phone via Bluetooth for two-way messaging and parameter settings. With an internal 650 mA-Hr rechargeable battery, the SHOUT ns can send a position report every hour for up to 20 days (about 480 reports).
The SHOUT ns can also operate with a CR123 non-rechargeable battery. The ns supports transmission of free-text, canned messages and a combination of free-text and canned messages via a smart phone. The device can periodically wake up from sleep to send its position report to a command center. A dual button 911 feature is used for immediate emergency/alert notifications. Data is packaged in either standard or 256-bit AES encrypted format. Data can also be sent in encrypted PECOS formats to include Brevity codes.
Small size: 3.3″ x 1.8″ x 0.7″, 3.0 oz
Low-cost, body-worn tracker and messaging device
Programmed for either DoD or commercial Iridium gateway
Ultra-low power consumption
Automatic location reports (>600 reports)
911 alert capability
Free-text, canned messages or combined free-text and canned messages via smart phone
Optional 256-bit AES encryption
Real-time, pole-to-pole coverage
Internal rechargeable battery using AC adapter, computer USB port or solar charger
Integrated motion sensor
72-channel GPS receiver with -160 dBm sensitivity
Dimensions: 76 x 46 x 18 mm (3.3″ x 1.8″ x 0.7″) Weight: 85 g (3.0 oz) Battery: Rechargeable Li-Ion 650 mA-Hr Single Cell CR123A 3.0V to 4.2V, 3.7V nominal USB Input: 4.3 to 5.5V DC, up to 1A I/O Interface: Standard USB Micro B Software Interface: AT Commands through USB Operating Temp: –20°C to +60°C (–4°F to +140°F) Operating Humidity: < 75% RH Operating Frequency: 1616.0 to 1626.5 MHz GPS Frequency: 1575.42 MHz (L1 carrier)