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FAQ

  • How do I know if my Sekrtek Speedtracker is charged
    There are a few different indicators that your Speedtracker is fully charged and ready for use. Firstly, the device will emit a steady green light when it's fully charged. Additionally, the battery indicator on the device screen will display as full, indicating that the battery is at 100%. Finally, when you power on the device, it will display a battery level percentage that reflects its current charge status. If you're unsure whether your device is charged or not, simply plug it in using the included charging cable and wait for the charging light to turn green. In case the device remains uncharged, contact Sekrtek customer service for additional support.
  • Can I use my Sekrtek optical equipment while it is charging?
    No, Speedtracker can only be used when not connected to the charging source.
  • How do I find the best position for detections?
    Find the right position on your gun by testing. You can improve this slightly by looking at the number of detections per shot. More is better. Mount your SPEEDTRACKER parallel to the barrel, lateral distance max. 15 cm / 6" and max. 60 cm / 24" behind the muzzle brake. These distances can be increased with the parabolic adapter. Due to the large number of combinations of weapons, ammunition and possible positions, we cannot give any general recommendations. Try out different positions and optimize this with the help of the number of detections. Explosive ammunition creates a muzzle cloud from hot gases and metallic abrasion. This cloud of plasma and metal splinters is electrically conductive. It can interfere with the radar waves and wipe out the signal. We have tested several different muzzle brakes. Each one has its own sweet-spot. Muzzle brakes with a guided gas jet such as a star or spiral shape allow the radar signals to pas through very well.
  • Does the Speedtracker work without the APP?
    You need the APP to connect to the Speedtracker to enable you to identify how many detections are made with each shot. The algorithm then calculates the speed. The data from your app is easily downloaded for further analysis.
  • When do I need a Parabolic Adapter?
    Usually, we measure in the first meter. In the case of problematic muzzle clouds, however, if the signal is blocked with the adapter we can see up to 3m - i.e. behind the muzzle clouds. Due to its parabolic shape and larger diameter, the parabolic adapter carries more signal to the receiver. Explosive ammunition creates a muzzle cloud from hot gases and metallic abrasion. This cloud of plasma and metal splinters is electrically conductive. It can interfere with the radar waves and wipe out the signal. We have tested several different muzzle brakes. Each one has its own sweet-spot. Muzzle brakes with a guided gas jet such as a star or spiral shape allow the radar signals to pass through very well.
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