0846TTAN

Kestrel Heat Stress Tactical Tracker

Kestrel Heat Stress Tactical Tracker

Description

The Kestrel Heat Stress Tactical Tracker determines appropriate exposure to heat stress conditions for occupations with heavy gear requirements and utilizes wind speed and direction for plume prediction and modeling.

Features

  • 1" Black Globe
  • User-Settable WBGT Warning Zones
  • Digital Compasses
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$699.00
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$499.99
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The Kestrel Heat Stress Tactical Tracker provides two vital functions in one unit. Determine appropriate exposure to heat stress conditions for occupations with heavy gear requirements, such as HAZMAT response and firefighting, AND utilize wind speed and direction for plume prediction and modeling. Carry less equipment and get more accomplished quickly in emergency situations.

Features:

  • Large Three-Line Graphical Display
  • Backlight
  • Wide Operating Range
  • High Accuracy
  • Patented Impeller and Sensor Technology
  • No-Tools User-Replaceable Impeller
  • Quick-Response External Temperature Sensor
  • Temperature-Corrected Humidity Sensor
  • Minimum and Maximum values
  • Wind Speed Average
  • Clock & Calendar
  • Customizable Automatic and Manual data Logger
  • On-Screen data Charting Data Upload
  • 5 Languages (English, French, Spanish, German, Italian)
  • Flip-Open Impeller Cover
  • Waterproof & Floats
  • Rugged, drop-Tested
  • Made in the USA
  • 5-Year Warranty


Measures:

  • Wind Speed
  • Temperature
  • Wind Chill
  • Relative Humidity
  • Heat Stress Index
  • Dew Point Temp
  • Wet Bulb Temp
  • Barometric Pressure
  • Altitude
  • Density Altitude
  • Wind Direction
  • Crosswind
  • Headwind/Tailwind
  • Wet Bulb Globe Temp
  • Thermal Work Limit
  • Naturally Aspirated Wet Bulb Temp
  • Globe temp
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Kestrel Heat Stress Tactical Tracker 0846TTAN Heat Stress Tactical Tracker, Night Vision and Wind, Desert Tan
$499.99
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