Stellar telemetry system

Telemetry system for animals,telemetry research

Stellar telemetry system


Implantable animal telemetry system measuring blood, pressure, heart rate, biopotentials, temperature and activity.

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Stellar telemetry system

The system allows monitoring of unlimited animals with just one (1) receiver(!) thus allowing group housing AND social interaction studies AND monitoring of animals without the need for individual dedicated platforms under each cage with ONLY 1 animal.

Implanted in the body of animals transmitters collect data, which are collected by the antenna receiver. The system is very flexible, it is sufficient that the antenna is located at a distance of max. 5 meters from the animal to start the data transfer and recording.

Stellar measurments:

  • activity
  • blood pressure
  • tidal volume
  • temperature (core body, brain, tail, brown fat, etc.)
  • heart rate
  • ECG
  • EEG
  • EMG
  • EOG

Stellar telemetry transmitters are dedicated for all animal sizes

Animal size Maximum battery life
16 g+ up to 6 months
30 g+ up to 6 months
170 g+ up to 12 months
240 g+ up to 24 months
500 g+ up to 36 months
2500 g+ up to 48 months
3500 g+ up to 60 months

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Pyrrolidin-2-one derivatives may reduce body weight in rats with diet-induced obesity

Magdalena Dudek, Joanna Knutelska, Marek Bednarski, Leszek Nowiński, Małgorzata Zygmunt, Grzegorz Kazek, Barbara Mordyl, Monika Głuch-Lutwin, Paula Zaręba, Katarzyna Kulig, Jacek Sapa
European Journal of Pharmacology, Volume 776, 5 April 2016, Pages 146–155


Spontaneous essential hypertension in the non-human primate Chlorocebus aethiops sabaeus, the African green monkey.

Rhoads M, Beierschmitt A, Huggins D, Collet J, Osborn J.
The FESEB Journal 2014, 28(1): Supplement 1136.16

Circadian measurement of blood pressure and core body temperature in conscious, freely moving vervet monkeys.

Collet J, Hicks M, Beierschmitt A, Descanio J, Knot H, Osborn J.
The FESEB Journal 2014, 28(1): Supplement LB857


  • Jagiellonian University Collegium Medicum, Kraków


  • University of Mississippi Medical Center Jackson, MS