BOURNE, MA, December 2, 2004 — Onset Computer Corporation, the leader in reliable, battery-powered data loggers, today introduced the HOBO® LCD Temp/RH Logger, a low-cost monitoring system for monitoring temperature and humidity levels in server rooms, data centers, and server cabinets. The logger records and displays temperature (-4°F - +122°F) and humidity (15% - 95%), and can activate an optional Auto Dialer unit that alerts IT administrators to out-of-range conditions via phone or pager. The wall-mounted system is battery-powered, enabling it to fit easily into existing server room designs.
New HOBO LCD Temp/RH Logger tracks server room temperatures, reduces risk of technology equipment failures.
"In server rooms, even a slight increase in temperature can greatly increase the chances of equipment failures and data loss," says Joanna Phillips, product marketing manager for Onset. "By offering a low-cost monitoring system that can be easily mounted, IT administrators and managers are in a better position to proactively prevent problems before they occur and better ensure systems uptime."
The HOBO LCD Temp/RH Logger can operate for up to one year using off-the-shelf alkaline batteries, and its easy-to-read LCD display indicates current temperature and humidity conditions, as well as remaining memory capacity and battery status for ease of maintenance. Onset's BoxCar® Pro software for Windows makes it easy to set high and low-level alarm thresholds, and allows users to view collected data graphically in order to understand temperature and humidity conditions over time.
The HOBO LCD Temp/RH Logger and optional Auto Dialer unit are currently available.
Evan Lubofsky, Director of Marketing
Onset Computer Corporation
Direct Tel. (508) 743-3181
email: Evan Lubofsky
Onset Computer Corporation has been producing small, inexpensive, battery-powered data loggers since 1981, and has sold over 600,000 units used throughout the world by more than 26,000 customers. Onset offers more than 60 models of data loggers to measure temperature, humidity, light, AC current, carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, 4-20 mA, voltage, on/off, open/closed, and events. Onset data loggers are used in a wide range of facilities management, HVAC, energy, transportation, and industrial applications.