The iTraq Nano
iTraq Nano Features
Reports accurate location from both, outdoors and indoors.
Supports: GPS/GLONASS, Cellular, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth Low Energy
Sends an alert to family members and friends notifying them of the location when SOS button is pressed.
Use the iTraq App to locate iTraq Nano if you misplace it.
Power and Battery
Up to 120 days for reports set for one per day
Up to 14 days for reports set for one per hour
Up to 3 days for reports set for one in every 10 min
Up to 100% charge in 2 hours
Build-in rechargeable 450 mAh lithium-ion battery
Wireless charging (works with Qi-certified chargers)
Includes 2,000 location reports that expire 1 month from the date of activation. After that, subscription is required ($149.99/year or $14.99/month).
Sends alerts when iTraq Nano enters or leaves the guarded area.
Multiple users can track one device.
SIM Card and Coverage
Includes embedded SIM card that works globally.
Set your own frequency of location reporting, in a range from every 10 minutes to once per day.
Accelerometer: detects different types of motion; can be tuned to report when motion is detected.
Temperature: measures the ambient temperature; can be tuned to report when it reaches specified threshold.
Size and Weight
Height: 2.16 inches (55 mm)
Width: 2.16 (55 mm)
Depth: 0.31 inches (8 mm)
Weight: 1.12 ounces (32g)
Splash, Water, and Dust Resistant
Rated IP65 under IEC standard 60529
iTraq Data Plan
iOS or Android App
In The Box
Qi-compatible Wireless Charger
Stainless Steel Ring
USB Cable (USB Power Adapter is not included)
Accessories & Reporting Plans
I bought this for my wife, who has dementia. She likes to walk around the neighborhood and I'm afraid she'll get lost one of these days. I clip the Nano on her before she goes out. The map view on the app is great and makes it easier to find her. I love how the app tells me when the battery is getting low. Great product for keeping your loved ones safe.
Husband with alzheimer's. On several occasions I have been able to let him satiate his desire to walk, walk, walk and still find him to bring him home safely.
We use the iTraq for my mother. She lives in an assisted living facility and is known to leave the facility on her own. To be sure the iTraq accompany’s her, it is attached to her walker. It has not been necessary to locate her using the iTraq yet, but knowing it is available if needed is helpful. Because my mother often wanders out of her room during the night, the iTraq is set to report every 10 minutes after 8pm. Unfortunately this requires weekly charging.