The SCRAM GPS one-piece device is a slim, lightweight, bracelet that attaches to the client’s ankle and tracks movements 24/7. The device operates with GPS background, tracking points as frequently as once per minute, and once every 15 seconds if the client enters an exclusion zone or if the officer manually activates Pursuit Mode. These location points are transmitted via the 3G GSM cellular network—the largest Global Data Network in the U.S.—to the monitoring software per the communication frequency chosen by the County.
Key features include:
The SCRAM GPS design provides superior accuracy, comparable or surpassing some of the top GPS client-monitoring products on the market. During side-by-side tests with competitive devices, SCRAM GPS continually equals or outperforms each time.
At 50+ hours on an aggressive tracking plan, the SCRAM GPS lithium polymer battery has the longest battery life in the industry. Unlike the battery life statistics for other GPS monitoring devices, our testing is based on an aggressive active rate plan of 1 minute acquisitions and 10 minute transmission. Even when used in Pursuit Mode, the State can confidently rely on the SCRAM GPS battery having more than sufficient battery power to consistently monitor and deliver critical GPS data. Plugged into a standard AC power supply outlet for charging, the SCRAM GPS device can be charged to 24 hours of battery life within one hour.