Single-Trap Solutions

For wildlife or rodent control where you are monitoring an isolated trap, or when your traps are more than a few thousand feet away from each other, Trapmate provides the Trapmate Kiwi line of products.

Combining dual-sensor functionality with a direct cellular connection, the Trapmate Kiwis are a key part of the toolkit for anyone in the trapping business.

Monitoring three or more traps in any one location? Check out our multi-trap solutions.»

The Trapmate Kiwi and Kiwi Plus are an all-in-one electronic monitoring devices that senses activity in traps and sends alerts to the Trapmate software

Single-Trap Solutions
Trapmate Kiwi + (Plus)

The Kiwi Plus from Trapmate for single-trap remote monitoring solutions

​The Trapmate Kiwi+ (Kiwi Plus) extends the battery lifetime and improves on the durability of the original Kiwi. It’s an all-in-one battery-powered device that combines two sensor mechanisms, a magnetic reed switch and an accelerometer, to detect when animals are in your traps, with virtually no false positives or negatives. The Kiwi+ offers a 3 to 5-year battery life for each set of three (3) AA batteries. The batteries are more easily replaceable than they were with the original Kiwi. In addition, the Kiwi+ features an improved and more rugged case design to protect the Kiwi+ from harsh conditions. The Kiwi ships with a protective sleeve and a pull magnet kit.

Single-Trap Solutions
Trapmate Kiwi

The Trapmate Kiwi combines two different sensors and a direct cellular connection to create the ultimate single-trap ERM device

The Trapmate Kiwi is the gold standard of single-trap electronic remote monitoring devices. Combining a magnet sensor (reed switch), an accelerometer and a direct cellular connection, the Kiwi is the best choice for monitoring single traps at a distance.

Lightweight, rugged, and powered by replaceable off-the-shelf batteries, the Kiwi and its dual-sensor capabilities provide almost 100% reliability in detecting a capture.

The Kiwi can monitor traps in any location that receives even a weak cellular connection from the Verizon network.

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