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Brunton Summit Atmospheric Data Center

B&H # BRFADCS Mfr # F-ADC-SUMT
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You Pay: $78.92
Product Highlights
  • Thermometer/Anemometer/Barometer
  • Manual and Automatic Data Logging Modes
  • Wind Chill/Wind Speed/Altitude Alarms
  • Metric or Imperial Measurement Display
  • Waterproof/Submersible Housing
  • IR Data Communication

The Summit Atmospheric Data Center from Brunton is a multi-function instrument for analyzing the ambient conditions in your environment. Whether you are on the water, in the bush, or at the summit, this device is equipped to provide the information needed to track progress and prepare for the next leg of the journey. Integrated temperature, wind speed, and pressure sensors provide real-time data allowing the onboard computer to analyze weather trends and log sensor data. The waterproof housing, infrared data communicator, and programmable warning alarms make the Summit a full-featured environmental and personal data logging device. 

Functions

Anemometer
  • Current wind speed
  • Average wind speed
  • Current water speed
  • Wind speed alarm
  • Wind chill minimum
  • Wind chill alarm
Altimeter
  • Current altitude
  • Maximum altitude
  • Altitude alarm
Barometer
  • Current barometric pressure
  • 24-hour pressure graph
Chronograph
  • 12/24-hour clock
  • Calendar
  • Stopwatch
  • Countdown timer
  • Ski run counter
Thermometer
  • Current temperature
  • 12-hour weather forecast
  • Storm alarm
Dimensions 4.3 x 2 x 0.8" (11 x 5 x 2 cm)
Weight 2.4 oz (68 g)
Brunton Summit Atmospheric Data Center
  • Two Year Limited Warranty
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