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Echo Meter Touch 2 Pro - iOS

Manufacturer: Wildlife Acoustics
  • Real-time sonograms and species ID
  • Standard and Pro versions available
Echo Meter Touch 2 Pro - iOS
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Price: £300.00
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About this product

The Echo Meter Touch 2 Pro is designed for professional bat workers and lets you record, listen to and identify bat calls in real-time on your iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch. All you need is your iOS device, your Echo Meter Touch 2 Pro and the Echo Meter Touch App which is a free download from the iTunes store

When plugged in, the Echo Meter Touch 2 Pro enables you to listen to bats in real time, view live sonograms in full colour, record onto your device and identify calls to species level in seconds. If your device has GPS functionality, the Echo Meter Touch 2 will also log the recording location and path of the recording session. It also offers additional features such as an adjustable sample rate (256kHz and 384kHz), adjustable gain and advanced trigger settings.

The Echo Meter Touch 2 can only be used with compatible devices as per Wildlife Acoustics' recommended list. Please make sure you read this before purchasing a device. 

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* Echo Meter Touch 2 Pro Datasheet



* Sample rate: 256k or 384k samples per second at 16 bits
* Maximum recording frequency: 192khz
* Gain settings: 3 (selectable)
* Species auto-ID regions: North America, the Neotropics, UK, Europe and South Africa
* Enclosure: Rugged ABS/polycarbonate housing with an integrated acoustical horn
* Width: 48mm
* Length: 35mm (43mm including lightning connector)
* Thickness: 7.3mm - 15.8mm
* Weight: 20g / 0.7oz
* iOS battery run time (iPad): Up to 13 hours
* iOS battery run time (iPad Mini): Up to 8 hours
* iOS battery run time (iPhone): Up to 4 hours

Custom user settings:
* Selectable sample rate (256k or 384k samples per second)
* Audio division ratio for RTE, HET and TE
* Real-time ID (on/off)
* Nightly sessions mode (on/off)
* Real-time ID (on/off)
* Auto-ID sensitivity
* Save noise files (on/off)
* Maximum trigger length
* Trigger window
* Trigger sensitivity
* Trigger minimum frequency

Customer Reviews (1)

  • Nearly good
    By S 15 Aug 2017
    I have been using an EM Touch for a few years now and really liked the way I could pop the unit into my iPhone, then using headphones to monitor bats with the detector in my shirt pocket. Walked transects were easier as I could keep my hands free to scribble notes as I walked. Emergence survey use was good, I could concentrate on where bats emerged from without the need to 'trigger' recordings. I should say now that I have seen surveyors supposedly recording emerging bats but have their face 'glued' to the screen of the device being used, how they manage to say where the bat came from is beyond me, maybe they have special powers!
    Anyway, back to the EM Touch. The old unit had the lightning connector offset, allowing the user access to the headphone socket, on the new EM the lightning connector is central, effectively blocking the socket!
    Okay, I thought, I will use Bluetooth and connect headphones this way, worked with the original EM Touch but no the new software doesn't support this. Contact with Wildlife Accoustics support and I find they know of the problem but it won't be sorted for at least a couple of months.
    Unit now, it sits on my desk waiting for the software update as I use the old model for my surveys.......maybe be able to use it next season or it will be superseded by a new model and get confined to my collection of detectors.
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Manufacturer: Wildlife Acoustics
  • Real-time sonograms and species ID
  • Standard and Pro versions available
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