Outdoor Technical Skills
Outdoor Technical Skills
There are four ways to send a message to an inReach device. Click the links below for instructions for each method.
In this video we will look at sharing your current location using the Delorme inReach SE.
Make sure you have the latest firmware as we'll be using the LOCATION icon on the main screen. Click OK and you will see your current position along with other data fields.
Click on SHARE LOCATION button at the bottom of the screen.
From here you can send your location to an email or cell phone number in your contacts (don't forget to sync your inReach before you leave the house).
smartphone. The tracking feature is useful feature where you can keep track of your activities or let others know your location.
You can start/stop tracking using the device only by holding down the tracking button (middle) until the LED flashes.
the other method is to use the Earthmate app either on for iOS or Android. The app also includes additional information such as a map display of the track, the number of points sent, time started, time sent, next time to send.
In this video we will look at how to pair our Delorme inReach SE with an iPhone or iOS device.
First thing is to download the free app Earthmate, this will allow you to download Delorme maps and control the inReach using Bluetooth.
Next step is to take you inReach SE and from the main menu, select SETTINGS, then BLUETOOTH.
Make sure that Bluetooth is enabled and select PAIR INREACH. This will search for a bluetooth device to pair with.
We take a look how your can send 2-way email & mobile text messages with your Delorme inReach Explorer (and SE). Now, you can send messages using your paired smartphone and using the Earthmate app, but for this video we will use the inReach as a stand alone device.
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