Wind profile shows dependence of intensity and direction of wind on height and time. For a quick deduction, a graphic scale is placed in the upper part.
Graphic scale is designed so that the prospectively most frequent user - a paraglider, can quickly assess potential or risks.
Blue and green color (0-3 m/s) indicates the possibility of returning via FAI or flat triangle route.
Yellow color (approx. 4-5 m/s) indicates that return could be possibly difficult for a given flight direction. There will possibly be potential for a flat triangle.
Flying will be advised against in mountainous areas.
Red color indicates that return will be impossible for a given flight direction. There will possibly be a potential for a free flight.
Purple to black color indicates bad conditions for flying on regular terrains.
Height above ground is displayed according to selected scale in the range of 2,5; 4; 8; 12 km.
You can shift the level line by holding it with your finger and sliding for a quick overview of wind intensity at a certain level for the entire day range.
In the lower part, information about wind intensity and graphic information about wind gusts is displayed.
To read the force of wind gusts, it is crucial to differentiate between the values of a steady wind power (background) and the intensity of the blast, which is clearly shown as the difference in color between gusts arrow and background.
Information about CCH, cloudiness and rising currents is reflected on this screen.
Selected page of wind: Direction of the wind. A gust at ground level [m/s] / wind in the selected height[m/s]
Wind direction and speed at an altitude
The color scale of wind [0..60 m/s]
Wind and gust of surface. [m/s]
Thermal column. The thickness corresponds to the force. Column height corresponds to the height of thermal power