Kestrel DROP’s Near Release

Richard Paul Russell have ordered their first shipment of Kestrel DROP data loggers and expect delivery in Mid August.

Kestrel DROP’s are a logical product extension to the existing Kestrel wind and weather meter range and deliver  the same high quality environmental data readings in a highly durable and compact waterproof enclosure.

What makes Kestrel DROP’s truly unique is their flexibility and connectivity. The size of a key fob they can easily be left next to goods in transit or carried on your person. The Bluetooth® Low Energy (BLE) connectivity allows data to be passed in real-time to users smart phones (currently compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod). This makes the Kestrel DROP an extremely cost effective remote data logging tool with endless applications.

Kestrel DROPS come in 3 variants from a simple temperature data logger (DROP 1). The DROP 2 measures temperature, humidity, heat index and dew point temperature. The DROP 3 which is due for launch later in 2014 is capable of measuring a full list of parameters: Temperature, humidity, heat index, dew point temperature, wet bulb temperature, density altitude, barometric pressure, moisture content, humidity ratio, relative air density and absolute pressure.

Currently Richard Paul Russell is in discussion with transport companies, vaccine storage facilities, livestock management businesses, supermarkets and many more. We look forward to an extremely successful product launch.

If you are interested in Kestrel DROP’s or want to trial one please contact us on 01590 679755 or email us at sales@r-p-r.co.uk.

Kestrel DROP1

Kestrel DROP1 temperature data logger

Kestrel DROP

Kestrel DROP Environmental Data Logger

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