The KADDZ app offers three different data frequencies. The standard setting is for normal use. The collar sends the current location at specific intervals. This is easy on the battery, and the cat is not exposed to permanent radiation.
You can choose how frequently the data refreshes in the cats' settings. To do this, go to "My cats" and click on “Data frequency”, on the respective cat.
You can choose between three different data frequencies:
- Standard (recommended):
Transmits data every 15 minutes outside (GPS), at home every 30 minutes (WiFi).
- Battery saver:
Transmits data every 30 minutes outside (GPS), at home every 60 minutes (WiFi).
- High frequency:
Transmits data every 5 minutes outside (GPS), at home every 15 minutes (WiFi).
In the home zone, the GPS signal is not detected because the cat is within the WiFi area of its home. The collar checks every few minutes to see if the home WiFi can still be received, or if the cat is flagged as "outside".
Because of the time intervals between updates, it's possible that your cat may have already reached home, but the app still shows a position outside. With the next data transmission, the display will be updated. Real-time data are only available in search mode.