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What is EquiPage?
Most expectant mares will lie completely prone before and during the foaling process.  EquiPage was designed to detect when the mare is lying in the foaling position, and alert the breeder via a beeper to help insure that someone is in attendance during foal delivery.

How does EquiPage work?
The EquiPage system is composed of a transmitter,  a repeater and  a pocket pager. The transmitter is placed in a small pouch, which is then attached to the mares halter.  When the mare lies in the foaling position, the transmitter sends a signal to the repeater, which in turn sends a signal to the pocket pager.  The pocket pager  then beeps to alert the breeder to the fact that the mare is lying in the foaling position.

The repeater is placed in an indoor area, such as a barn.  It is powered by an AC adapter that plugs into a standard electrical outlet. The repeater uses 2  antennas.  One is used to receive the signal from the transmitter attached to the horse.  The other antenna attaches to the repeater by a 15 foot coaxial cable, and is used to transmit the signal to the  pocket pager.

The transmitter is powered by a 9 volt battery. It is inserted into an adjustable pouch that is attached to the rings on the  sides of the mares halter, and it hangs under the head just forward of the throatlatch area.
  When the mare lies flat out in the foaling position the transmitter sends a signal to the repeater.  The repeater then sends a signal to the pocket pager. There is a built in delay of 8 - 10 seconds before the transmitter sends the signal to the repeater  to prevent false alarms in the event the mare just lies down and gets up again.   The mare (including miniature horses) does not realize she has the transmitter on.

Our transmitter mounts on the mare in the throatlatch area.  Mounting it in this manner prevents it from getting wet when the mare drinks and from getting hung up on water buckets and feeders which can result in false alarms. 

There is no limit to the number of transmitters that can be used simultaneously with one repeater.

Pocket Pager

The pocket pager is powered by 2 AAA batteries.  When the mare lies in the foaling position, triggering an alarm signal, the pocket pager reacts with an audible beeping sound and the LED light will blink. The pocket pager performs an automatic battery condition check when on and in the stand-by-mode.  If the batteries are low, the pager will beep twice every few minutes. There is no limit to the number of pocket pagers that can be used with one repeater.

Tansmission Range
The distance for transmission from the transmitter on the mare, to the repeater, is up to 500 feet.  The distance for transmission from the repeater to the pocket pager is up to 1 mile.  Transmission strength is enhanced by having a clear line of site.

Additional Features
EquiPage will work for any size/type horse.  The only difference between horse sizes is the length of the straps that connect the transmitter pouch to the mares halter.

Two years, 100%, parts and labor.

The appropriate power adapter/plug (120 - 240 volts - 50 - 60 Hz)  will be shipped at no extra charge for the USA, UK, Australia, New Zealand and Europe.

Complete EquiPage system - Ready to install and operate
Includes: Repeater, 
Antennas, 1 Transmitter,  1 Pouch,  1 Pocket Pager, Batteries, Instruction Manual

Prices - Online puchasing     

Complete EquiPage system - $455.00    CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE   

Additional transmitter with pouch - $98.00
Additional pocket pager - $98.00
Additional pouch - $15.00


Kee-Port, Inc.   (Since 1987)
Arlington, WA - USA -  Phone: (425)345-1556 - Fax: (360)653-7928
Kee-Port, Inc.1998-2014