Brunton ADC Wind
4.3 in x 2 in x 0.8 in
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Windy isn't it? Time, temp and wind chill in the palm of your hand.From the kayak to the racetrack, the ADC series is showing up everywhere. Whether youre honing your shooting accuracy in Athens, Greece, or reading the barometric pressure trends when the fish are rising, the ADC lends necessary insight to your outdoor activity.Let your partners believe youre predicting the rain with some sort of mind-bending, supernatural powers and leave the science to us. ADC technology is the perfect example of our commitment to changing the way we live in the outdoors.Displays current, max and average wind speed (in km/h, mph, feet/s, m/s or knots). Shows current temperature and past 24 hr temperature tendency, wind chill, average and minimum wind chill. Wind chill alarm. Real time clock: time, day and date, chronograph race timer. Manual and automatic data logging.
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The Brunton ADC Wind Speed Tool displays current, max, and average wind speeds in km/h, mph, feet/s, m/s, or knots. It also shows current and past 24 hour temperature tendency. The unit includes wind chill monitoring (average and minimum) and a wind chill alarm. Features also include a real time clock: time, day and date, chronograph, and race timer with manual and automatic data logging.
Portable weather station that fits in the palm of your hand. Shows current temperature, windchill, wind speed, time, day and date. Displays current, max and average wind speed (in km/h, mph, feet/s, m/s, and knots). Also shows current, average and minimum windchill. Features a race timer and chronograph. Backlit LCD display. Includes 3V lithium battery. Imported.
The Brunton Atmospheric Data Center Wind is a powerful tool for those who do wind-powered sports, from sailing to windsurfing, as well as for those who trek into the backcountry. Tailored to wind-related data, the ADC Wind displays current, maximum, and average wind speed in a variety of formats, such as miles or kilometers per hour, knots, and feet per second. Since fickle weather and microclimates can wreak havoc on your backpacking, skiing, or climbing trip, use the Brunton ADC Wind to track the climate at your location. This instrument will give you the temperature, wind chill, and minimum wind chill to help you to better understand--and predict--the world around you.