0835DT

Kestrel 3500 Delta T Pocket Weather Meter

Kestrel 3500 Delta T Pocket Weather Meter

Description

The Kestrel 3500 DT incorporates a Delta T calculation, the spread between the wet bulb temperature and the dry bulb temperature.

Features

  • Thermally-adjusted humidity sensor designed for stability and accuracy in abrupt condition changes
  • Forecast weather with pressure trend indicator
  • 5-year warranty
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Kestrel handheld weather meters offer multiple weather measurements in a handheld, compact, and field-rugged package. Every single Kestrel manufactured at NK is calibrated for every single value, either directly against NIST-traceable standards or against an intermediary standard calibrated daily. Kestrel meters are backed by a 30-day satisfaction guarantee and a 5-year warranty.

The Kestrel 3500 DT incorporates a Delta T calculation, the spread between the wet bulb temperature and the dry bulb temperature. Delta T offers a quick guide to determining acceptable spraying conditions. For example, it is not recommended to apply pesticides when Delta T is above 10 a range of 2 to 8 is ideal. With the Kestrel 3500 Delta T, the calculation is done for you accurately and simply. The Kestrel 3500DT measures barometric pressure, pressure trend, altitude, relative humidity, heat stress index, dewpoint, wet bulb temperature, wind chill, air, water & snow temperature, current wind speed, average wind speed, and maximum wind gust.
  • Real-time clock
  • Waterproof and floats
  • Large easy-to-read display with backlight
  • Data hold function
  • High precision pressure sensor
  • Quick response, external thermistor
  • Forecast weather with pressure trend indicator
  • Humidity sensor can be recalibrated in the field with Relative Humidity Calibration Kit.
  • Innovative, thermally adjusted humidity sensor designed for stability and accuracy in abrupt condition changes
  • Patented user-replaceable impeller
  • Reliable, portable and easy to use
  • Protective cover with sure-grip overmolding
  • All instruments and accessories are completely assembled in the USA
  • 5-year warranty
What's Included:
  • (1) 3500DT Pocket Weather Meter
  • (1) Slip-on protective cover
  • (1) Neck lanyard
  • (1) CR2032 coin cell battery (Average 300 hour life)
  • (1) Kestrel Certificate of Conformity
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Kestrel 3500 Delta T Pocket Weather Meter 0835DT 3500 Delta T Pocket Weather Meter, yellow
$210.94
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Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Kestrel Relative Humidity Calibration Kit 0802 Relative humidity calibration kit
$71.34
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Kestrel Replacement Impeller 0801 Replacement impeller
$16.88
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Kestrel Collapsible Tripod 0792 Collapsible tripod
$71.34
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Kestrel Rotating Vane Mount 0791 Rotating vane mount
$60.57
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Kestrel Tactical MOLLE-Compatible Cases 0806BLK Tactical case, black (MOLLE-compatible)
$32.93
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Kestrel Tactical MOLLE-Compatible Case 0806BRN Tactical case, brown (MOLLE-compatible)
$39.00
Usually ships in 3-5 days
Kestrel Tactical MOLLE-Compatible Case 0806GRN Tactical case, ranger green (MOLLE-compatible)
$39.00
Usually ships in 3-5 days
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