If you think about it, whether its belt-wearable or person-portable, if it's in the field, the equipment has to survive the same extreme temperatures and environments the responder does. In FLIR PRIMED episode 36, Grant Coffey discusses three key standard testing requirements and the minimum ruggedized design needed for a safe response to explosives atmosphere, deadly hazard materials, or gas environments.
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