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  • Tips on Buying a Data Logger
    Whether you are an experienced data logger user, or just getting started, this article can help you during the data logger selection process. It outlines some of the most important considerations when choosing a data logger and offers tips on looking for specific features.
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  • Bluetooth Low Energy: A Closer Look
    Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE)—also known as Bluetooth Smart—is a relatively new version of Bluetooth technology that offers significantly less power consumption and costs compared to Classic Bluetooth while still maintaining a similar communication range. Learn more!
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  • HOBOnode Manager Software
    HOBOnode® Manager, a component of HOBOware Pro, lets you view real-time energy and environmental data, receive alarm notifications, and manage and view your entire HOBO ZW wireless sensor network. Read more!
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  • HOBOlink Web-Based Display/Readout
    HOBOlink is a web-enabled software platform designed for HOBO RX3000 Remote Monitoring Systems. This data logger software allows you to easily access current and historical data, set alarm notifications and relay activations, and manage and control your HOBO RX3000 web-based data logging systems. Read More!
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  • HOBOmobile® App for HOBO MX Data Loggers
    Onset’s HOBOmobile app, a free download from the iTunes or Google Play app store, makes it a snap to configure MX Series data loggers and manage the collected data. Learn More!
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  • HOBOware Graphing & Analysis Software
    HOBOware! Onset's flagship setup, graphing and analysis software for Windows and Mac.
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  • What is a Data Logger?
    A data logger, is an electronic instrument that records measurements at set intervals over a period of time. Learn more about how they work, where they are used and the different types!
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