Kestrel 3000HS Handheld Heat Stress Meter
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Accurate Heat Stress measurements, on-site and real-time
The Kestrel 3000HS (MPN# 0830ORA) gives you real-time environmental monitoring keeping you from working past your limits.
Get the power of real-time, on-site environmental conditions monitoring with the Kestrel 3000 Heat Stress Monitor. Professional and collegiate athletic trainers, storm chasers and wildland firefighters alike understand the importance of monitoring field conditions. You know you’re working hard - make sure you’re staying safe.
- Real-time environmental monitoring keeps you from working past your limits.
- From the accurate relative humidity readings, the Kestrel 3000 also calculates dewpoint and heat stress index —important information to know when working or playing outdoors in hot and humid conditions.
- Used by NFL trainers to determine how frequently the athletes need to hydrate, and when the conditions are unhealthy for strenuous exercise.
- Highly recommended equipment for wildland firefighters—users whose lives literally depend on the accurate weather data their Kestrel 3000 provides.
- Calculates wind chill. A useful measurement for monitoring athletic teams or workers in cold environments.
- Dew Point
- Heat Stress Index
- Relative Humidity
- Wind Chill
- Current Wind Speed
- Maximum Wind Gust
- Average Wind Speed
- Simple 3-Button Control
- Large easy to see read LCD display
- CR2032 Coin Cell Battery (Average Life 300 Hours)
- Data Hold Function
- Drop-Tested, MIL-STD-810G
- Kestrel Certificate of Conformity
- Neck Lanyard
- Patented Impeller and Sensor Technology
- Slip-On Protective Cover
- Time of Day
- User-Replaceable Batteries
- User-Replaceable Impeller
- Waterproof & Floats
- Designed and built in the USA
Who is using the Kestrel 3000HS Meter
- Coaches & Athletic Trainers
- Wildland Firefighters
- Hazardous Materials Response
- Outdoor Sports
- Agriculture Department Field Inspectors
Whats in the box?
- Kestrel 3000 Meter
- Neck Lanyard
- CR2032 Coin Cell Battery (average life 300 hours)
- Kestrel Certificate of Conformity.
- 5 Year Warranty Manufacturers Warranty
- Kestrel Heat Index Reference Guide
Kestrel Weather & Environmental Meters are designed & manufactured in the U.S.A and are backed by a Manufacturer's 5-year warranty. Using cutting edge innovation and technology, Kestrel Meters are designed for stability and accuracy in abrupt condition changes. Rugged and durable, Kestrels are drop tested, waterproof and designed to float if dropped in water.
Larger of 3% of reading, least significant digit or 20 ft/min
0.6 to 40.0 m/s
118 to 7,874 ft/min
2.2 to 144.0 km/h
1.3 to 89.5 mph
1.2 to 77.8 knots
0 to 12 B
1 inch|25 mm diameter impeller with precision axle and low-friction Zytel® bearings. Startup speed stated as lower limit, readings may be taken down to0.4 m/s |79 ft min|1.5 km/h |.9 mph |.8 kt after impeller startup. Off-axis accuracy-1% @ 5º off axis; -2% @ 10º; -3% @ 15º. Calibration drift < 1% after 100 hours use at 16 MPH |7 m/s. Replacement impeller (NK PN-0801) field installs without tools (US Patent 5,783,753). Wind speed calibration and testing should be done with triangle on impeller located at the top front face of the Kestrel. Measuring wind speeds above 60 m/s / 134.2 mph can damage the impeller.
0.9 °F, 0.5 °C
0.1 °F, 0.1 °C
-20.0 to 158.0 °F
-29.0 to 70.0 °C
Airflow of 2.2 mph|1 m/s or greater provides fastest response and reduction of insulation effect. For greatest accuracy, avoid direct sunlight on the temperature sensor and prolonged sunlight exposure to the unit in low airflow conditions. Calibration drift is negligible for the life of the product. For further details, see Display & Battery Operational Temperature Limits.
3%RH Resolution 0.1 %RH Specification Range 5 to 95% 25°C non-condensing Notes To achieve stated accuracy, unit must be permitted to equilibrate to external temperature when exposed to large, rapid temperature changes and be kept out of direct sunlight. Calibration drift is typically less than ±0.25% per year.