In Internet connection is used to retrieve satellite map imagery upon which your current location is shown. Whether the Internet connection is provided via a cellular connection or some other connection doesn’t matter. If there is no Internet connection, the app can still be used, but only map imagery that has previously been downloaded in …
About 9-12 samples per average size putting green. For larger areas, take more samples. Smaller areas like tees should have at least 5 or 6 samples depending on their size. 9 samples will give you a representative sampling of a typical size putting green.
For the POGO Pro, the first measurement in a zone should be taken after inserting the POGO Pro for 30 seconds, to acclimate the temperature sensor to the turf’s temperature. Each successive reading takes about 3 seconds. For the POGO Pro+, surface temperature is measured via an infrared sensor which is instantaneous, so no acclimation …
Up to 2 hours if the batteries are very low.
The POGO can easily endure a full day of heavy use before needing to be recharged.
If the tines get damaged, the entire integrated sensor assembly can be replaced as one unit.
The POGO utilizes mobile app technology to provide a rich user interface to make it easy to take samples, view data and make timely decisions. Rather than integrate a small text-only display and difficult-to-use buttons, we can leverage the power of touchscreen gestures, color graphics, and synchronization with the cloud. In addition, customers can choose …
Yes, as long the device includes Bluetooth wireless, it will work.
Yes—two separate, independent radio protocols are used. Bluetooth is used to exchange data between the app and the POGO hardware. This communication occurs in-app through TurfPro Mobile and functions independently of any other connection via bluetooth, wifi or cellular.