Using AngelSense’s New & Improved Smart Power Management algorithms, the GPS1 and GPS4 battery power can last up to 24 hours (depending on usage). The Watch battery can last up to 16 hours. The current GPS tracking device long battery life allows the AngelSense GPS to provide continuous real-time updates that keep tracking information accurate and reliable all day.
Safety is our #1 priority and when every second counts, it’s important to know exactly where your loved one is. This is why AngelSense ONLY uses continuous monitoring and DOES NOT use ‘standby mode’ that is common with most other GPS devices. Standby mode compromises safety, is less reliable, and the location tracking is highly inaccurate as it only queries the GPS after waking up. In cases of elopement, instantly accessing accurate location information is crucial, so to avoid any delays we opted for daily charging and provide charging reminders to make sure you don’t forget.
We created AngelSense to be more than just another ordinary GPS tracking device, we designed it to be a complete safety device that will truly keep our loved ones safe and address the unique concerns of parents and caregivers for those with special needs. The rich array of Lifesaving Features we are able to provide require a more durable battery and daily charging. To us, this was an insignificant detail if it means knowing our loved ones are as safe as possible at all times.
For tips on how to preserve your AngelSense battery life, click here.
While AngelSense and RF search systems are both used for locating a missing person, the solutions are very different as outlined in this comparison document.
- Initially, while your device is proactively learning your routes and most visited locations are being named, battery life can be impacted and you can expect to see improved battery life after the first two weeks of usage.
- GPS1 and GPS4 take 2 hours to fully charge. The Watch takes only 1 hour to fully charge.