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Brunton ADC Summit Weather Instrument

Brunton ADC Summit Weather Instrument

Regular Price: $164.99
  • Waterproof / submersible
  • Current temperature
  • Current wind speed
  • Maximum wind speed
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Product Description

The essential functions of the wind, with even more capacity to warn and inform and warn. Enhanced tools help you set warning signals, forecast weather, and let you time, track, log and download even more of your performance data.


  • Time, day and date
  • Chronograph
  • Minimum wind chill
  • Ski run counter
  • Wind chill alarm
  • Manual and automatic data logging
  • Maximum altitude (ft, m)
  • Current barometric pressure
  • Current wind speed
  • Prediction for 12 hour's weather
  • Storm alarm
  • IR data communication
  • Waterproof / submersible
  • Wind chill
  • 2 Year warranty
  • Wind speed alarm
  • Average wind speed
  • Current temperature
  • 12/24 hour clock
  • Past 24 hour pressure graph
  • Current altitude (ft,m)
  • Current water speed
  • Altitude alarm
  • Maximum wind speed
  • Race/countdown timer
  • Manual and automatic data logging


Altimeter: Precise to 1 meter Barometer: With 24 hours history
Battery: 1x CR2032 Clock: With alarm
Stopwatch: With split times and countdown timer Thermometer: Celsius or Fahrenheit
Water Resistance:: IPX7 - Waterproof Wind gauge: Max and average wind speed
Size: 4.3" x 2" x 0.8" Weight: 2.4 oz

Frequently Asked Questions

Can the atmospheric data centers display imperial and metric measurements?
Data can be displayed in either metric or imperial measurements. Simply press the reset button to toggle between measurement displayed when in the Wind, Altitude, Barometer, Temperature or display screens.

Why does the barometer on my ADC Summit not read the same as my local weather station?
Your ADC provides a true barometric pressure, not barometric pressure that is relative to the sea level. If you happen to live close to sea level you will notice that there is very little, if any difference between the barometric pressure being reported locally and the reading on your ADC. As altitude is increased, you will see a larger disparity between the true barometric pressure on your ADC and pressure relative to the sea level as reported on your local news or weather station. Also, remember that even after adjusting for pressure relative to the sea level, there can still be significant differences in weather patterns between the location of your nearest weather station and your results.

What kind of battery does the ADC's take?
The ADC's take one Lithium battery (CR2032) . These can be found anywhere batteries are typically sold.

How do I turn my ADC off?
These units do not turn off - nor would they need to be. The battery lasts over a year on average before needing replacement.

More Information

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The Brunton Company warrants the ADC Summit to be free of defects in materials and workmanship for two years.

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