Onset’s mission is to be a global leader in data logger and monitoring solutions used to measure, record, and manage data for improving the environment and preserving the quality of temperature-sensitive products. We are committed to a culture of continuous improvement, innovation, and world-class customer support.
Our award-winning HOBO® data logger and weather station products are used around the world in a broad range of monitoring applications, from verifying the performance of green buildings and renewable energy systems to agricultural and coastal research. Our InTemp® loggers dramatically simplify the process of monitoring temperature-controlled environments by streamlining daily temperature checks and reducing the paper trail burden.
Based on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, Onset has been designing and manufacturing its data loggers and monitoring solutions on site since the company's founding in 1981.
Introduced HOBOnet Field Monitoring System
Introduced the HOBO MX2501 pH Logger
Introduced the HOBO MX2200 Series outdoor Bluetooth temp/light data loggers
Introduce the MX2001, MX100, H21-USB Micro Station and MX2300 Temp/Rh Outdoor Loggers
Introduce the InTemp Product Line - CX400 Series
Introduced the HOBO RX3000 Station and MX2001 Data Logger
Introduced the MX1101 Temp/RH logger for mobile devices
Introduced the UX100 Series Temperature/Relative Humidity data loggers
Introduced the HOBO U26 Dissolved Oxygen data logger
Introduced the UX90 Series Time-of-Use data loggers
Introduced the HOBO U24 Conductivity/Salinity data loggers
Developed the HOBOnode Series wireless sensors
Introduced the HOBO U30 web-based monitoring platform
Sold 1 millionth data logger
Developed HOBOware cross platform data logging software
Developed 15-channel modular energy monitoring system
Established market for mid-range, research-grade weather stations
Purchased 40,000 sq. ft facility
Developed first optic data shuttle
Developed first under - $100 temperature logger– The original HOBO
Ellen and Lon Hocker developed first low-power data logger in their Falmouth, Massachusetts barn