EnnoLogic eA980R Digital Weather Meter is a pocket-sized compact mobile anemometer that calculates wind speed, wind chill, air temperature, humidity, heat index, dew point, barometric pressure, and altitude. It always delivers accurate wind readings between the range of 0.4 mph and 65 mph. If you do not believe us, you can check for yourself. Just press the power button, hold it in the wind, and you will get the wind speed in a few seconds.
This best weather station is able to measure HVAC register flows even in your room that can balance out your system. In this case, you require using Average function and online conversion to get the calculation in cfm from the airspeed and size of register and grille. It also comes in 8 parameters in multiple units like mph, m/s, ft/min, knots, km/h, °F, °C, %RH, inHg, mbar, hPa, ft, m. Beaufort scale, Max, Min, Average, and Hold functions. There is backlight, carrying case, lanyard, LIR2032 battery, user manual and calibration function for further security.
|Wind speed||0-65 mph, resolution 0.4-mph (0.2mph in Average mode), 5%|
|Wind chill||-49 to 50 °F, 1.8°F|
|Temperature||-20 to 158 °F, 1.8°F|
|Relative Humidity||0 to 100 %, 3%|
|Heat Index||70 to 130 °F, 3.6 °F|
|Dew Point||-20 to 158 °F, 3.6 °F|
|Barometric Pressure||0.29-32.48 inHg, 0.05 inHg|
|Pressure Altitude|| -6000 to 30000 ft, 50 ft|
|Power||LIR2032 3.6V battery. Rechargeable. 12 hours typical use|
|Warranty description|| 10 years|
Why We Like dIt?
- Compact size
- Reliable accuracy
- Taken as HVAC DIY work
- Offers multiple units
- Comes as a safety package
EnnoLogic eA980R Digital Weather Meter is a versatile and portable weather station that informs you about multiple weather conditions in multiple units with absolute accuracy. Even if you are flying RC planes, drones, wings, helicopters or quadcopters, it will alert you with its how many headwinds you are into, which direction you should move, and the wind density. It needs calibration function at a known altitude to know about right altitude and change based on it without changing your position if barometric pressure changes.