Wireless Temperature & Soil Moisture Sensors - HOBOnode

Field-proven HOBO reliability with the convenience of wireless.

HOBOnode wireless sensors monitor temperature and soil moisture conditions and transmit the data back to your computer. They enable you to view current conditions through a remote sensor, receive alarm notifications, and log data on your PC without having to run cables through the field.

HOBOnode Wireless System
Key Advantages of Using Remote Sensors:
  • Sensors transmit current field conditions to your PC
  • Accompanying software provides alarm notifications to your cell phone, e-mail, or PC.
  • HOBOnode Repeaters available to extend range
  • Sensors can be easily added to a HOBOnode network
  • Ideal for frost alarms, irrigation management, and agricultural research.

HOBOnode Wireless Sensors: Buy Now

HOBOnode system Fast, easy deployment - Featuring integrated, solar-rechargeable batteries, the sensors' compact design makes it easy to deploy them in nearly any type of field location. All it takes to get started is a HOBOnode Sensor, Receiver, and HOBOnode Viewer Utility Software (Free Download).
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bullet Frost Alarm Kit for under $400
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HOBOnode Utility The HOBOnode Viewer Utility - Provides sensor set up, readout, data storage, and displays real-time graphs of temperature and soil moisture conditions. Data can be exported for graphing and analysis in the HOBOware Pro data logging software, spreadsheets and other programs.

Alarms
Get notified - The HOBOnode Viewer Utility can be easily configured to provide alarm notifications when temperature and/or soil moisture conditions exceed set thresholds. A loud audible alarm can be set for your PC, or you can have alarm notifications sent directly to your cell phone.
HOBOnode Network

HOBOnode Network - HOBOnode wireless sensors make it easy and affordable to set up an entire remote sensor network, and add sensors when additional data points are needed. Up to 50 sensors can be used in a HOBOnode network. To simplify the set-up process, the "AutoSearch" feature in the Utility software finds any remote sensors in the field and automatically links them to the network.