Detecting in other Zones?
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Is there any way to be able to detect strikes in other zones in the world (Oceania or Europe).  I'm just curious how far away I can detect strikes.  Hawaii is the most distant location for me and I usually detect strikes there when they occur.  Thank you all in advance .https://19216811.cam/  https://1921681001.id/
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(2021-08-07, 10:11)actiopabs94 Wrote: Is there any way to be able to detect strikes in other zones in the world (Oceania or Europe).  I'm just curious how far away I can detect strikes.  Hawaii is the most distant location for me and I usually detect strikes there when they occur.  Thank you all in advance .
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also since you seem to have a detector

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(2021-08-07, 10:11)actiopabs94 Wrote: Is there any way to be able to detect strikes in other zones in the world (Oceania or Europe).  I'm just curious how far away I can detect strikes.  Hawaii is the most distant location for me and I usually detect strikes there when they occur.  Thank you all in advance .


Hi,

When I got my used system blue I asked myself the same question. I just started 4 weeks ago.

I installed it and my station 2488 started detecting North America and South America and one day I say it is also detecting showing statistics for region Asia.

It just showed up one day. So this means more or less that you station if it detects from a certain region it will be included automatically into that region.
Station  2488
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