Sentinel Mini

Using the nationwide 2G network, the Sentinel Mini offers short-interval GPS tracking for up to 24 hours continuously. The discreet design ensures the user is able to raise alerts to our Alarm Receiving Centre instantly without aggravating a dangerous situation further. The device also utilises a Mandown system, using an intricate algorithm to detect real falls.

Tracking Interval

With one of the shortest tracking intervals out there, you’ll be sure to know where your vulnerable workers are at all times.

Battery Life

Have full confidence that your users have protection for up to 20+ hours, thanks to the effective power-saving technology.

Battery Low Warning

The device will let the user know once it's hit the low battery threshold, cutting out the risk of the powering off unexpectedly.


Built to withstand anything that British weather can throw at it thanks to the IP65 standard protection.

Two-Way Audio

Offers full two-way audio in the event of a Red Alert, allowing your users to communicate with the Alarm Handler.

Dedicated SOS Button

The dedicated SOS Button located on the front of the device reduces the risk of hitting the wrong button in a state of duress.


Using an intricate system, the device is able to detect when the user has fallen, and raise a Red Alert accordingly.

Technical Specifications

Big features in a small package. As one of the smallest devices available in the UK, your users can raise alarms discreetly in situations of duress.
GPS (accurate up to 2.5 m)
108 x 53 x 18 mm
106 g
Battery Power
2000 mAh / 3.7 V
Working Time
24 Hours
3-Axis Accelerometer
Microphone & Speaker
Working Temperature
-20 °C to 55 °C

Full Support from Start to Finish

All of our devices and services come with a complete step-by-step user guide to ensure the onboarding process is quick and easy, along with a dedicated Customer Support team who offer an unrivalled 24-hour SLA for all queries. 

Vatix also provides all the necessary training, just get in touch with us for more information.
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