BOURNE, MA, March 3, 2006 – Onset Computer Corporation, a leading supplier of data loggers, today announced Mac-compatible, research-grade weather stations.
The 15-channel HOBO Weather Station and 4-channel HOBO Micro Station make it fast and easy for Mac users to measure and record a wide range of environmental conditions. This includes temperature, relative humidity, rainfall, soil moisture, photosynthetic light (PAR), solar radiation, wind speed and direction, leaf wetness, and barometric pressure. Both stations record conditions via Onset plug-and-play smart sensors, which eliminate the need for complicated wiring, programming, and calibration. Example HOBO weather station applications include climate monitoring on vineyards and farms, agricultural research, and meteorological studies.
To view and analyze climate data, Onset offers HOBOware, a Mac-based graphing and analysis software package. HOBOware, which runs on Mac OS X, combines fast, easy logger launch and readout functions with powerful data-plotting capabilities. An intuitive, graphical user interface allows users to select weather parameters to display, format graphs, perform analysis, save projects for future use, and export data to spreadsheets.
The 15-channel HOBO Weather Station, 4-channel HOBO Micro Station, and HOBOware software are available now from Onset.
Evan Lubofsky, Public Relations Manager
Onset Computer Corporation
Direct Tel. (508) 743-3181
email: Evan Lubofsky
Onset Computer Corporation is a world leader in portable data logging and monitoring solutions based on Cape Cod, Massachusetts. The company’s 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. Onset has sold more than one million data loggers since the company’s founding in 1981.