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Sea level is measured by altimeter.
The altimeter is basically a specialized pressure gauge. It measures the pressure of the column of air above it. As the altitude varies, the air column height varies, which registers on the altimeter. Since the air pressure also varies with changes in the barometric pressure, altimeters must have an adjustment to compensate for changes in local barometric pressure.
it's the standard pressure at which all pilots set their altimeter, when communicating Fight Levels.
The air pressure is lower the higher the altitude. That is basically how an altimeter works.
Haga is the brand name. An altimeter is used to measure altitude, which is how high you are above sea level.
A gps altimeter is just a special type of gps. They are mainly used in hiking and climbing. They are topographic maps. To help you while you are out and about outdoors.
what are all the instruments use to measure altitude
The main difference between altimeter and cabin altimeter is the place where they take their pressure: Altimeter takes the pressure from static ports, while cabin altimeter takes it's pressure from the cabin.
There isn't one because it is a noun
true altitude at field elevation.
My GPS instrument contains a barometric altimeter.
My handheld GPS instrument has a barometric altimeter in it also.
My wristwatch has an altimeter, which as a backpacker, I find very useful.