Kestrel 4000NV Pocket Weather Meter With Night Vision
Kestrel Meter 4000 Climate Meter The Kestrel 4000 Pocket Weather Meter may be the baseline wind and weather meter inside the Kestrel 4000 series. What sets the 4000 series apart from the rest of the Kestrel family members is that these high tech weather meters have the capability to store up to 2000 points of weather data, enabling you to track changes in the environment over time. For military professionals, the Olive Drab NV version using the Kestrel 4000 features a night-vision preserving backlight. The Kestrel 4000 series is now available with Bluetooth Technology, which allows you to communicate with your Kestrel at a range of as a lot as 30-feet, and maximize the battery life of your weather meter. With these further options you will most likely be able to record adjustments in the weather more than time, view these changes as graphs on your Kestrel 4000's display, and even upload the data to your Computer or Mac employing the Kestrel Interface. It has all the wind and weather monitoring functions available employing the Kestrel 3500 Wind Meter, plus the distinct advantage of data storage, graphing functions, and computer interface technology. It is no longer required to obtain an interface separately, the new Kestrel Meters with Bluetooth contain the software essential to communicate wirelessly. This distinctive function opens up an totally new realm of weather tracking capabilities for Kestrel Meter users. (Note: This backlight appears soft greyish pink, not"red", and continues to be within the visible spectrum, so is not compatible with night-vision e The Kestrel 4000 Pocket Weather Meter is the first inside the subsequent generation of Kestrel Meters. Each and every Bluetooth Meter consists of custom communication computer software created to quickly and very easily configure your data transmission frequency, download logged data, graph data and transfer information to other applications. Backlight incorporates optical filter to lessen overall brightness and minimize blue and green spectrum light to preserve night vision.
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