Audiolog is a low-cost, small and energy-saving acoustic recorder. It has a wide range of application and is field ready for acoustic surveys of wildlife and biodiversity. Audiolog is a perfect tool to carry out acoustic monitoring without altering the behaviour of the recorded wild animals.
Low distortion digital MEMS microphone with 64dB signal-to-noise ratio and -26dB sensitivity.
Programable sampling frequencies from 10kHz up to 48kHz.
Embedded 3,3V 1800mAh rechargeable battery providing hundreds of hours of continuous recording (>200 hours at 48kHz and >800 hours at 10kHz). Autonomy can be extended with the use of external power bank.
Compatible with 512 Go SD card (Native: 16 Go).
Turnkey hardware: the Audiolog comes with a weatherproof enclosure and its own embedded battery.
The dedicated GUI is intuitive and recording times and sampling rates can be program rapidly, even for several Audiolog in parallel.
The lithium battery is rechargeable through a USB-C port, so no need to buy and manage sets of batteries.
The product, the development team and the commercial company associated at this project are not affiliated with AudioMoth or OpenAcousticDevices.
Audiolog has been developed by students of Polytechnic Engineering School of Montpellier (France) according to specifications provided by ecology researchers of CEFE laboratory (CNRS, Montpellier-France). This group buy aims at testing users interest for Audiolog for large scale biodiversity survey. Audiolog has been developed to address the specific needs of wildlife monitoring, to ease life on the field and to provide useful material for studies. Audiolog is the first of a complete family of product for wildlife monitoring.