SpotterRF Radar Backpack Kit

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posted on June 29, 2012
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Hunters use trailcams to help scout for wildlife, and some savvy homeowners have made use of the rugged cameras for security surveillance. But, these great devices lack long-range capability, can be hampered by bad weather and won't always be fast enough to alert you to impending danger. A new product currently available to law enforcement and the military leaves trailcams in the dust. SpotterRF's Radar Backpack Kit comes with a three-day tactical pack, a tripod, a powerful batter, a network hub, an Android tablet and the heart of the system, two M600C radars.

The kit provides wide area intrusion detection for more than 150 acres in all weather conditions, takes only 3 minutes to set up from "pack to track" and weighs less than 20 pounds. The radar display on the tablet makes it easy to see anything that should not be there, where said thing is relative to your position and the direction it is moving, if any.

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