Trap.NZ App questions
- What does the green Antenna symbol mean. I guess it mean that there has been a heartbeat or event within a certain time period as most of my sensors are not showing any sensor antenna and they do not show radiating dots coming form the trap on the map. Anyone know what the time period is
2) Is there a way to show signal to noise ratio on my sensors on the map to quickly to see which sensors have poor signal strength? i.e. make the low strength ones orange on the map. I know i can click on individual sensors and have the pop up show me the signal to noise ratio but it would be good to have the ratio colour coded on the map to quickly saw what is happening
3) ditto above but with battery voltage
How do I change the status of a Live Trap Sensors where the sensor has been removed (or shutdown) but the trap is still in place (but trap door closed so not activate) so it can be activated at a later date. The trap was ‘triggered’ (sprung) prior to the removal of the sensor so it is still showing sprung status in Trap.nz. I would prefer it to show a greyed out decommission status instead (or something similar). I do not want to retire the trap as I want to keep the location on the map so trap can be found using the app at a later date when we reactivate the trap and sensor at a later date. I guess I can retire trap and then unretire the trap before go into the project area so I can find it using the app at a later date. If I retire a trap and then unretire does the data still run continuously?
We are planning on deactivating all 45 live traps in current project area and then leave them in place and focus our volunteer hours on another area where there are more predators to remove. So being able to easy make all sensors in a project area have deactivated status (I guess I can use the retire option).
Also an option to turn off ‘Send meta data about this trap to my sensor provider?’ as an option in ‘Chose an Operation’ would be great so I can easy turn off meta data for a number of traps (especially when relocating traps so Trap.nz meta data does not move traps back to old location on sensor providers system).