Kestrel Drop D3FW Fire Weather Monitor - Orange

Kestrel Drop D3FW Fire Weather Monitor - Orange
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DROP D3FW Fire Weather Monitor - Orange

Track weather conditions and record trends at a burn site or from the minute you get on a fire, then export data to get crucial information where it needs to go.

When managing a burn site, knowing environmental conditions are within prescription is important for compliance and to ensure a fire doesn't get out of control. Gathering sufficient weather data from site visits to make a decision on when to burn can be challenging. In addition to the full wind and weather readings from a Kestrel weather meter, the new Kestrel DROP data loggers can be left on site recording a history of conditions and trends which can then be viewed on a mobile device and shared via email.

Small, Accurate, Rugged and Waterproof:
Each Kestrel Fire Weather DROP measures just 1" x 1.8" x 2.4" (24 x 46 x 60 mm) and weighs just 1.2 ounces (34 grams). DROP loggers meet military and international standards for water, dust and shock resistance (IP-67 and MIL-STD-810G) and are conveniently equipped with a sturdy D-ring for hanging wherever needed.

Log, View and Share on the Kestrel LiNK App:
Kestrel LiNK is the free app that powers the Fire Weather DROP data logger. With Kestrel LiNK on your smart phone or tablet, you can view real-time readings from any DROP logger within wireless range (up to 100' or more line of sight) via Bluetoothr low energy. Min/Max/Average readings are clearly displayed and the data log is viewable as a scrolling graph with detailed data for each logged point. The Kestrel LiNK app also allows adjustment of the logging interval and other settings as well as real-time threshold alerts. Readings can be updated as frequently as every 2 seconds and logging time and date are automatically updated whenever connected to your smart device. You can also send and share real-time and logged environmental data via email, Facebook or Twitter.

  • iOS 6 installed iPhone 4s, iPad 3rd generation or iPod Touch 5th generation or any later iOS or hardware configuration. Will not work on iPhone 4, 3GS on 3G or any earlier iPad or iPod generation.
  • Android 4.3 and higher. Works with most Android devices with Bluetooth Smartr, including Samsung Galaxy, Nexus 4, Motorola Droid and other recent generation phones and tablets.

    Dew Point
    Heat Stress Index
    Pressure (Absolute)
    Pressure Trend
    Relative Humidity

    Bluetooth Smart (Wireless Technology)
    Data Logger
    Drop-Tested, MIL-STD-810G
    IP67 Waterproof
    Lightweight & Durable
    5Year Warranty
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