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WK-90-5410 Pibal System for PC’s and PDA by Warren-Knight Instrument Company

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United States of America

Warren-Knight Instrument Company
2045 Bennett Road
Philadelphia, PA 19116-3019


Determining upper air wind speed and direction using a compatible Warren-Knight balloon tracking theodolite has never been easier. This Pibal (Pilot Balloon) System includes a convenient handheld PDA computer (TDS Nomad) loaded with our latest version of PIBAL software. The PDA can be connected to the W-K theodolite for hands free data logging operation, or by using the PIBAL’s convenient manual entry feature.

 

The PIBAL calculates wind speed, direction, and balloon altitude and stores it conveniently in an easy-to-read log file, for future print out. The PIBAL system includes Warren Knight’s PIBAL software, a hand-held TDS Nomad PDA, and an 8 foot cable to connect the theodolite to a hand-held computer.

 

The Nomad PDA is designed for fast and accurate recording of azimuth 806 MHz processor, a long-life battery and integrated wireless capabilities like WWAN, GPS, 802.11g, and Bluetooth. Features a high-resolution, sunlight-visible VGA display that shows graphics and maps in crisp detail. The W-K Theodolite can also be attached to any Windows Operating Laptop System in place of the PDA System.

 

Wind Speed and Direction Software:

 

WK-91-6101: For CEMT WK-20-9500 and 9600 Series Tracking Theodolites. Program uses balloon rise rate. For PC use.

WK-91-6510: For CEMT WK-20-9600 or EMMT WK-20-9500 Series including, latitude and longitude, coordinate entry, or other identifier using a PDA.

 

*Software and hardware specifications are subject to change without notice.

Defense Products & Services: WK-90-5410 Pibal System for PC’s and PDA by Warren-Knight Instrument Company
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Defense Products & Services Sectors: Meteorological systems and equipment | Theodolites, ground-based
Description: WK-90-5410 Pibal System for PC’s and PDA
Source of Information: Warren-Knight Instrument Company