Hand Held Digital Anemometers
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Easily carried in a shirt or pants pocket, the approximately 4-inch by less than 2-inch anemometer is a small yet accurate wind-measuring device that also displays temperature in either Fahrenheit or Celsius. The anemometer provides information on wind speed measured in mph, Knots, Km/h or m/s. It also measures wind chill.
An anemometer is a device for measuring the velocity or the pressure of the wind. The term is derived from the Greek word "anemos" meaning wind. Anemometers may be divided into two classes: those that measure the velocity of the wind, and those that measure the pressure of the wind, but as there is a close connection between the pressure and the velocity, a suitable anemometer of either class will give information about both these quantities.
Simple to operate, this LaCrosse hand-held anemometer features a Beaufort wind scale bar graph display and checks temperature at 10-second intervals. The anemometer also includes an LCD backlight for easy viewing and a water-resistant case.
- Pocket-sized for easy transport.
- Includes neckband.
- Simple to operate.
- Ideal for outdoor professionals or amateurs.
- Weather-resistant case.
- Instruction manual included.
- Measures temperature, wind speed and wind chill.
- Temperature readouts available in Fahrenheit or Celsius formats.
- Wind speed measured in mph, Knots, Km/h or m/s.
- Wind speed displays on Beaufort wind scale bar graph.
- LCD backlight engages when function keys are pressed and held down.
- Operates on one (1) CR2032 lithium cell battery with approximate battery life of 12 months (not included).
- Recommended operating temperature is from –21 degrees F to 138 degrees F.
- Wind speed measuring range 0.4 mph to 67 mph.
- One-year manufacturer warranty
About Lacrosse Technology
Founded in 1985, we are a multinational company with a small-town philosophy of servicing our customers to the highest level. Our consumer electronics products include radio-controlled clocks and watches, wireless weather stations, power monitors, and other measuring devices. We introduced radio-controlled clocks to the US market in 1991 and continue to be on the cutting edge of this technology in America.
Our weather instruments, clocks and watches are calibrated daily to the atomic time standard of the National Institute of Standards and Technology.