The Wind Zero is a tool for monitoring and analyzing wind speed and direction from several locations up to a mile away. It utilizes highly accurate ultrasonic wind meters for capturing raw wind data combined with LORA radio transmitters for long distance data transfer to a central receiver. The receiver is connected by Bluetooth to a Wind Zero app on a tablet or phone for wind data display and analysis. Data can be saved and exported to a .CSV file for use in Excel or other tools.
The instantaneous wind meter data is displayed at the top in a row of circular indicators.
Past data is displayed in three trend charts:
1. Wind Direction in degrees
2. Wind Speed in MPH or M/S
3. Crosswind Value MPH or M/S
The crosswind value for each meter is displayed along with the corresponding wind drift value. The drift value is calculated using the crosswind value and the wind drift value. A smoothed value for each meter is also displayed as an outline of the symbol. An Average value for all the meters is also displayed with a rolling Max/Min Bracket.
Wind drift is calculated for up to three different targets based on the average croswind value of all wind meters.
Real Time Conditions
Get real time wind conditions at multiple locations on the range. Learn what wind speed and direction look like compared to flags.
Features & Benefits
Real Time conditions
Get real time wind conditions at multiple locations on the range.
Learn what wind speed and direction look like compared to flags. Conditions at different ranges.
Analyze what the wind conditions over time including wind periods and flucuations
Use during practice to improve wind reading skills.