The Lunático Astronomía Pocket CW2 is a new version of the company’s Pocket CW, which offers a number of updates and enhanced capabilities to provide detailed, on the go information about atmospheric conditions.
As the Lunático Astronomía team notes, “The Pocket CW2 is the new, improved version of our portable solution for cloud detection, measuring sky quality, measuring the temperature, the relative humidity, the dew point, detecting wind, with GPS location, and all of it accessible from a smart device and PC.”
The Lunático Astronomía Pocket CW2 is very small at 71x71x21mm (2.8×2.8×0.82 inches) and incredibly light at 85g (3oz). It is the ultimate in portability to enable you to image all night in the field and relax while the Pocket CW2 monitors the sky and ambient conditions, knowing it will wake you up if there is any issue.
The available software for PC and the Android/iOS app is very powerful and puts all of the functionality of the Pocket CW2 at your fingertips. The user interface is intuitive and easy to use, adding to the functionality of the system.
With the new version’s functionality, the Lunático Astronomía Pocket CW2 will provide the ability to:
– Detect clouds
– Measure sky quality
– Measure the ambient temperature
– Measure the relative humidity and the dew point.
– Measure the atmospheric pressure,
– Provide wind measurements
– Light sensor with sky brightness expressed in mpsas
– “Watchdog” function to detect any issues
– Includes GPS location
– Includes 2.4 Ghz Wi-Fi
– All information accessible from a PC and smart device
– Works with an available internal rechargeable LIPO battery
You can learn more about the Lunático Astronomía Pocket CW2 here.
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