0855FWLVORA

Kestrel 5500FW Fire Weather Meter Pro w/Compass + Link + Vane Mount - Safety Orange

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5500FW Fire Weather Meter Pro w/Compass + Link + Vane Mount - Safety Orange

Features:

  • PIG Screen (Probability of Ignition)
  • FDFM Screen (Fine Dead Fuel Moisture)
  • Waterless! Natural Wet Bulb Temperature accurately calculated from on-board digital sensors with no tedious setup or maintenance.
  • Large, hi-res, hi-contrast, graphic display is perfectly readable in the brightest sunlight and is backlit for use in low-light conditions.
  • Globe Temperature
  • Naturally Aspirated Wet Bulb Temperature
  • Wind Speed (Current, Average, & Maximum)
  • Altitude
  • Pressure trend
  • Barometric pressure

Relative humidity in %

  • Accuracy: +/- 2%RH
  • Sensors: 10 to 90% 25°C non-condensing
  • Calibration Drift: Typically less than +/- 0.25% per year!

Additional Features:

  • Heat stress index
  • Dewpoint
  • Wet bulb temperature
  • Density altitude
  • Wind chill
  • Air, water, and snow temperature °F or °C
  • Waterproof and floats
  • Time and date
  • Easy- to-read backlit display
  • Data Logger (automatic and manual)
  • Customizable data storage - 2900 data points
  • Humidity sensor can be calibrated in the field with our Relative Humidity Calibration Kit.
  • Customize screens to display user-selected measurements
  • Graph and recall trends
  • User-replaceable impeller
  • Data charting
  • Upload to a computer (with optional interface)
  • Meets MIL-STD-810F 516.5 Procedure IV Transit Shock test - 20 drops from 5 ft. IP-67 sealed to exclude dust and water at 3 ft. submersion
  • Five languages (English, French, Spanish, German, and Italian)
  • US Patent Nos. 5,783,753 and 5,939,645 and 6,257,074
  • Made in the USA
  • 5 Year Warranty
  • LiNK version comes with vane mount and sturdy zippered case

What's In The Box?

  • Weather Meter
  • Carrying Pouch
  • Lanyard
  • AA Battery
  • Vane Mount
  • Instruction Manual
  • Certificate of Conformity
  • 5-Year Warranty
  • Heat Stress Warning Chart
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Kestrel 0855FWLVORA KESTREL 5500FW FIRE WEATHER METER PRO W/COMPASS + LINK +
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