Rugged, simple and accurate wind speed, temperature, and humidity meter.
Calculates relative humidity, heat index, wind chill, wind speed and more.
Data hold feature, clock and backlit display for night time use.
Perfect for monitoring heat stress safety.
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.
Every Kestrel environmental instrument is designed and built entirely in the USA. Kestrel’s history and focus on quality and ruggedness is reflected in the Kestrel 3000's industry-leading five-year warranty. Kestrel has been building rugged environmental instruments that help people do their jobs more safely and efficiently for more than fifteen years and has built a reputation for reliability one meter at a time.
Which Kestrel Heat Stress Unit is right for me?
|MEASUREMENTS||Kestrel DROP D2HS Heat Stress Monitor||Kestrel 3000HSHeat Stress Meter||Kestrel 5400 Heat Stress Monitor||Kestrel 5400 Heat Stress Tracker Pro with Compass and LiNK + Vane Mount|
|Dew Point Temp.||✔||✔||✔||✔|
|Naturally Aspirated Wet Bulb Temp||✔||✔|
|Wet Bulb Globe Temp (WBGT)||✔||✔|
|Thermal Work Limit||✔||✔|
|Wet Bulb Temp (Psychrometric)||✔||✔|
|Station Pressure (Absolute Pressure)||✔||✔|
|Headwind / Tailwind||✔|