LoneStar Tracking GSatSolar – Cattle and Livestock GPS Tracker

  • Global Coverage – 100% Satellite Operations
  • Fast Location Updates
  • Includes 3 Years of Service
  • Light Weight – Only 22 Grams
  • Ear Tag or Collar Capable
  • Volume Discounts Available


Cattle GPS Tracker Size Comparison

Worlds smallest livestock GPS tracker

Measuring only 2.2″, the GSatSolar is the worlds smallest and most powerful livestock GPS tracker.  Not only is this the smallest tracker, but it is also the lightest tracker in its class, weighing only 22 grams. 

Adaptable to all types of animals

The GSatSolar can be easily connected to the ear of your cattle with the use of a universal tagger.  Or if you need to track other animals, you can easily connect the GSatSolar to a collar.  This makes our tracker one of the most adaptable and universal livestock tracking devices on the market.

Cattle ear tag gps tracker with solar
Satellite GPS Coverage Map

Global coverage

The GSatSolar uses the Globalstar LEO satellite constellation to transmit animal location data as fast as every 1 hour.  Our tracker does not use cellular service, which means your tracker will work almost anywhere on the planet.

Affordable animal GPS tracking

The GSatSolar has one of the lowest up-front investments and includes 3 years of service.  While other tracking systems require that you deploy an infrastructure and gateways, simple attach the GSatSolar to your livestock, and you are ready to track. 

Cattle GPS Tracker in head gate
Over the air updates for your trailer GPS tracker

How fast can the device update?

The GSatSolar is designed to update the animal location as frequently as your operation requires.  Some ranchers may only need 1 location update per day, while others may need more real-time data.  We offer the following update frequencies:

*When you order your device, you will select the update frequency.  This is programmed into the device and can not be changed.

What happens after the first 3 years

Just like your cell phone, batteries and electronic parts wear out.  After a few years of use on your cell phone, you may notice your battery not lasting as long.  The same goes for our GPS trackers.  After 3 years of service, the battery and solar panel will be too weak to continue to operate correctly.  At that point, you can remove the tag and dispose of it.  The tag can not be reused.  

Battery Life GPS


External Dimensions:
  • Length: 57.1mm (2.25″)
  • Width: 31.8mm (1.25″)
  • Height: 17.8mm (0.70″)


  • 22.2 grams (0.783 ounces)
  • Animal Ear Tag: 4 grams (0.141 ounces)
  • Multipurpose Clip: 5 grams (0.176 ounces)


Charging Method

  • Solar

Solar Charge Rate

  • .125 watts
  • 5 hours of direct sunlight to fully charge from a dead battery


  • Battery Type: Lithium Polymer
  • Battery Charge Time: Depends on sun exposure
  • Battery Capacity: 150mAh
  • Battery Lithium Content: 0.054 grams (0.002 ounces)

Expected Battery Life (without charging the battery)

Reporting Interval Battery Life

1 hour 4 days
4 hours 13.5 days
12 hours 25 days
1 day 38 days

* Conditions which will ultimately affect this reporting rate include: Aging of solar cells, aging of battery which accelerates at high temperature, temperature of battery for discharge which degrades at low temperature.


Environmental Considerations


  • Temperature max (recommended): 50C
  • Temperature min (recommended): -30C


  • Altitude range (recommended): 40,000 feet

Ingress Protection

  • IP Rating: IP68 (certification pending)
  • Dust tight – no ingress of dust, complete protection against contact
  • Liquid immersion up to 1M depth for 30 minutes



  • Contains Transmitter Module FCC ID: L2V-ST100 IC: 3989A-ST100*
  • GPS Chip: ZOE-M8
  • BLE Chip: NRF 52832

* The transmitter complies with FCC CFR25.213.


GPS Performance (ZOE-M8)

Receiver type:

  • 72-channel u-blox M8 engine
  • BeiDou B1I
  • Galileo E1B/C


  • WAAS
  • MSAS


  • 2.0 m CEP


  • Cold starts: 26 s
  • Aided starts: 2 s
  • Reacquisition: 1 s


  • Tracking & Nav: –167 dBm
  • Cold starts: –148 dBm
  • Hot starts: –157 dBm

Anti jamming:

  • Active CW detection and removal
  • Extra onboard SAW band pass filter

* The transmitter complies with FCC CFR25.213.



Harmonized Code:

  • 8526.91.0040


Warning – Modifications:

Changes or modifications to the internal parts not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.

Warning – Blasting Area:

To avoid interference with blasting operations, turn your transmitter off when in a “Blasting Area” or in areas posted “Turn off two-way radio.” Obey all signs and instructions.

Warning – Potential Explosive Atmosphere:

Turn off the transmitter or any product with the transmitter installed when in any area with a potentially explosive atmosphere and obey all signs and instructions. (End products specifically designed to work in Explosive Atmospheres are to follow their certification guidelines.)

Warning – Pacemakers:

The Health Industry Manufacturers Association recommends that a minimum separation of six (6”) inches be maintained between the transmitter and a pacemaker to avoid potential interference with the pacemaker.

Warning – Hearing Aids:

Some digital wireless devices may interfere with some hearing aids. In order to prevent such interference, you may want to consult the manufacturer of your hearing aid.

Warning – Specific Absorption Rate (SAR):

FCC / Canada:

The transmitter has been shown to be compliant to localized Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) for uncontrolled environment/ general exposure limits specified in ANSI/IEEE STD C95.1-1992 and has been tested in accordance with measurement procedure specified in IEEE 1528-2013 and IEC 62209- 2.2010 using a separation distance of 20 cm.

European Union (CE RED):

The transmitter has been shown to be compliant for localized specific absorption rate (SAR) for uncontrolled environment / general exposure limits specified in ANSI/IEEE Std. C95.1-1999 and has been tested in accordance with the measurement procedures specified in EN50566:2017 and EN62209- 2:2010 using a separation distance of 20 cm.

NOTE: If concerned about RF exposure during use, place the transmitter away from your body. The RF exposure level drops off dramatically with distance from the antenna

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