I prefer the mostly black appearance of the Veto Pro Pac Tech Series but i know a lot of outdoor sportsmen who will appreciate the new Veto Pro Pac Camo Series. All of your favorite Veto Pro Pac products with a brand new cool camo design. See their marketing photo below. It might be difficult to see due to the nature of camo material :).
I am not exactly in my underwear…but i could be! Using Team Viewer with a local rack PC i am able to view/control/troubleshoot video sources. Today, from Chicago…i was able to help configure an Apple TV in Florida with an AXIS video encoder and a crestron X-Panel.
Time and Money saved! 30 minutes on my laptop instead of a truck roll plus on site labor.
Super convenient for the customer because they don’t have to be home or have someone there to meet you.
I have been a big Veto Pro Pac fan for years. They have expanded their line to include Technician specific products. Same old indestructible Veto Pro Pac bones with a brand new design. The is the first time i wish the zipper on my XL would fail or maybe a hole worn in it somewhere just so i could justify getting a new Tech XL 🙂 Maybe i can gift my 7 year old Veto Pro Pac XL to a noob installer and get myself a new one!
This video shows the new Tech XL at apx 3 minutes in.
They also have a brand new tech back pack. Its a beast. Check out this 360 view video…
Go get your Veto Pro Pac Today : http://www.vetopropac.com/
My brand new Veto Pro Pac XL showed up today. This tool bag will have an identical set of tools/testers that my XL has. The only difference is that my tools are about 5 years old so the new bag has upgrades! Even the XL has improvements. An important one (to me) is the little velcro circles that hold the strap up and out of the way. My XL doesn’t have those. This sounds like a minor issue but the strap dangling can drive you crazy after a while.
I also upgraded to a Milwaukee M12 Hammer Drill. I carry a full size Milwaukee Hammer Drill and an M12 driver. I decided to combine them for this kit and get the “mini” Hammer Drill. It has the weight of a full size hammer drill but its dimensions are similar to the driver. This will make it much easier when traveling. 1 drill 1 charger.
Lots of other upgrades like a better toner/scissors/security bit set etc. Here are some pics of all the fun i had today.
Updated photo to show the black wheels.
I just got an “URGENT” email. The subject was actually “URGENT” :). I got up to let my dog out at 9AM and read the email.
“None of the iPads are controlling the system. We would like to have music going today for Christmas”.
I assume the issue is the network or the crestron processor. I send the client a follow up email at 9:05 asking “check to see if you can access the internet with the study iMac (so i can verify the network and internet is working) and try one of the handheld remotes in any room (to verify if the crestron system is online).
By 9:10 i have my laptop fired up and i am already connected to the clients rack PC. I run an IP scan and find that the crestron processor is offline. I access the controllable power strip in the processors rack and cycle power.
By 9:30 the processor is back online, the system is working and the client is happy. I am in Chicago today sitting in my PJs handling a service call on the east coast. 30 minutes from the first “URGENT” email to the last “WE ARE BACK ONLINE THANKS SO MUCH” reply.
I would like to thank the following for making this magic happen:
Windows 7, Internet Explorer & The Internet!
Dell PC (mounted in rack)
TeamViewer (remote login software)
Middle Atlantic controllable RackLink power strip
My dog Nelle (for waking up right when she did! Good Job, Nelle!)