THMG237a – Advanced RID detection with FLIR

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  1. Hey guys, great podcast. I agree, the R-series detectors are great tools. I also agree that using the web interface for Reachback kinda sucks. Have you guys ever used the “one touch Reachback” on the R400? It actually works pretty well. The Bluetooth periphery utilizes your smartphone to send the data to a back end server, which can then send the spectra report out via email. You can configure the back end server to send the email to multiple recipients. I think it’s an awesome way to notify your command, fusion center, DOE, etc. know that you have something without going over the air. While the report that gets sent isn’t nearly as detailed as let’s say, the old JACCIS form I think it’s a great way to let the 1000 pound brains know (presumptively) what you are dealing with. I haven’t messed around with this in a few years but I might have one of the test pdf’s I received. I can email it to you or if interested you could hit up the guys at FLIR. While you won’t have the stand off Bluetooth capability of the new Mac Daddy detector, the R400 Bluetooth for Reachback works well.

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