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KESTREL 4000 POCKET WEATHER METER - GREY

by Kestrel

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  • 4000 Pocket Weather Meter - Grey.
  • Part #: 0840GRY.
  • The Kestrel 4000 Pocket Weather Meter is the baseline wind and weather meter in the Kestrel 4000 series.
  • What sets the 4000 series apart from the rest of the Kestrel family 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.
  • This unique function opens up an entirely new realm of weather tracking capabilities for Kestrel Meter users.

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4000 Pocket Weather Meter - Grey. Part #: 0840GRY. The Kestrel 4000 Pocket Weather Meter is the baseline wind and weather meter in the Kestrel 4000 series. What sets the 4000 series apart from the rest of the Kestrel family 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. This unique function opens up an entirely new realm of weather tracking capabilities for Kestrel Meter users. The Kestrel 4000 Pocket Weather Meter is the first in the next generation of Kestrel Meters. It has all the wind and weather monitoring functions available with the Kestrel 3500 Wind Meter, plus the distinct advantage of data storage, graphing functions, and computer interface technology. The Kestrel 4000 accurately measures: Barometric pressure. Pressure trend. Altitude. Relative humidity. Heat stress index. Dewpoint. Wet bulb temperature. Density altitude. Wind chill. Air, water, and snow temperature. Current wind speed. Average wind speed. Maximum wind gust. Waterproof and floats. Easy to read, backlit display. Time and date. Exterior temperature, humidity, and pressure sensors for fast and accurate readings. Humidity sensor can be recalibrated in the field with our Relative Humidity Calibration Kit. Minimum, maximum, and average values. Automatically store measurements, even when the unit is turned off. Manually store measurements with the press of a button. Customizable data storage - 4000 data points. Graph and recall trends. Customize screens to display user-selected measurements. Data charting. Data upload (with optional interface). Five languages (English, French, Spanish, German, and Italian). User-replaceable impeller. Flip-top impeller cover allows use of other functions while protecting the impeller. All instruments and accessories are completely assembled in the USA.

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Kestrel 4000 Wx Meter - As Expected 20 Nov 2012
By RandyIdaho - Published on Amazon.com
Received the unit promptly. Functions work exactly as advertised. Even though I ordered the "Gray" model, the unit arrived with a green case (with the standard bluish backlight). I didn't care, but you may get a different color case when you order.

Other reviews mentioned inaccurate altitude and/or pressure readings. I don't think they understand how the meter works. It is required to know EITHER barometric pressure OR altitude accurately to have a good value on the opposite (know altitude, e.g. topo map, you will get a good baro reading; know pressure, get a good altitude reading). The meter uses pressure and pressure change to estimate altitude/altitude change, or vice versa.

The cross-reference functions between altitude and barometric pressure are a little confusing to understand, but the main thing is to wait a little bit after activating the x-ref function for the opposite value calculation to update. You should only turn on the x-ref function for either altitude OR pressure, not both. If you are staying at approx constant altitude, and know what it is (topo map), use the altitude reference for the baro pressure. If you know the present baro pressure (from weather radio, etc.) and it is not changing rapidly, you can enter the reference pressure for altitude and get a good altitude reading. Useful if weather is stable and you want to know the altitude change (e.g. hiking in mountainous area).

I use the meter mostly for tactical shooting, where the calculated density altitude (DA) is most useful for my needs. It still requires either known altitude or known baro pressure to provide accurate calculations.
Kestrel 4000 28 Oct 2014
By Tony Dawson - Published on Amazon.com
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Product works as advertised. Easy to use and set up. Recommended for on the fly weather information since it is easily carried. Plastic casing has not degraded one bit.
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