Get Weather Kayaking with the Brunton ADC Pro Atmospheric Portable Data Center
Whether you're riding the rapids in a whitewater kayak or reading the barometric pressure trends when the fish are rising, the Brunton ADC Pro atmospheric data center gathers and records all the key weather conditions. The ADC Pro displays such information as relative humidity, heat index, dew point, barometric pressure, and wet bulb, so you'll always know the current conditions and what's around the corner. Let your partners believe you're predicting the rain with some sort of mind-bending, supernatural powers. Brunton will take care of the science. Humidity and heat index are just a couple of the ADC Pro's vast data capabilities.
The unit also measures the relative air density, altitude, temperature, wind chill, and wind speed (in km/h, mph, ft/s, m/s, or knots), along with the barometric pressure and temperature trends over the past 24 hours. More importantly, it absorbs all the data and predicts the weather over the next 12 hours, so you'll know whether to turn back from a hike or trudge on. Users will also dig the ADC Pro's multiple alarms, including an alarm that sounds when storms approach, an altitude alarm (for when users ascend too quickly), and a wind chill alarm. The ADC Pro is valuable from a training perspective as well, with an integrated chronograph, race timer, and ski run counter. Additional features include a water flow meter, a real-time clock with date information, and manual and automatic data logging.
The waterproof ADC Pro, which runs on a single 3-volt lithium battery, can even transmit its information to a PC via its IR interface for further analysis. As a final bonus, the unit carries a two-year warranty.
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Posted by Jay Brewer at October 4, 2007 8:23 AM