Spokane, WA -(Ammoland.com)- The iOS best selling application, Mil-Dot Ballistics, has been an industry leading ballistics software since 2009.
Developed by Range-Time Software, the Mil-Dot Ballistics app is proud to announce the integration of the Kestrel DROP wireless data loggers by NK. This integration enables Mil-Dot Ballistics to obtain accurate real time atmospheric conditions at the shooter’s location, ensuring the most accurate ballistics solution possible.
The Kestrel DROP D1 Wireless Temperature Data Logger has been honored as a recipient of the 2015 Backpacker magazine Editors’ Choice Award, the most prestigious award in the outdoor industry, given annually to products in recognition of their outstanding innovation in design, materials and performance. The Kestrel DROPs are small, rugged, waterproof and accurate data loggers, which connect via Bluetooth Smart to an iPhone, iPod or iPad (generation compatible), to view, log and chart captured environmental data via the Kestrel Connect app.
Kestrel DROP is the world’s easiest-to-use rugged environmental data logger. Choose from three models based on your needs, and monitor and record the conditions of any environment. Easily access and chart real-time and historical data on your phone, tablet or other smart device with the Kestrel Connect app.
Kestrel DROPs are ideal for monitoring conditions in manufacturing, transportation and shipping, facilities management, agriculture, healthcare and pharmaceutical organizations, firefighting, the military field, shooting and hunting, and recreational and in-home use.
Put a DROP virtually anywhere and ensure safe conditions when you can’t be there.
About Nielsen-Kellerman Company
Nielsen-Kellerman Company designs, manufactures and distributes rugged, waterproof environmental and sports performance instruments for active lifestyles and technical applications, including Kestrel Weather & Environmental Meters, NK Electronics for Rowing and Paddling, and Blue Ocean Rugged Megaphones & PA Systems.
Details about Kestrel weather and environmental meters from the Nielsen-Kellerman website at www.NKHome.com/kestrel/drop.