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Thread: Corrected Altitude/Correct Factor Calculation

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    Jul 2008
    Newcastle, NSW, Australia

    Default Corrected Altitude/Correct Factor Calculation

    just wondering if you could tell us the formula/maths the datalink program uses to calculate the corrected alt, correction factor and the corrected ET and MPH from the temp, baro and humidity?

    I'm making my own record system (just in Excel, nothing groundbreaking) and would like to include this formula in it.


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    Default Re: Corrected Altitude/Correct Factor Calculation

    Hi Ryan,

    You may want to check with some of the weather station companies. We do not make weather stations here, we just sell them. As for programming stuff you could maybe try atla com, or altronics

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