MX GatewayRemote Access to Your Data
and Cloud Storage!
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The new MX Gateway automatically transmits data from your HOBO MX Bluetooth-enabled (BLE) data loggers, right to the cloud! Now you can use Onset's cloud-based HOBOlink software to remotely manage your data, set alarm notifications, and create custom dashboards. Saves time by reducing multiple site visits.
The MX Gateway works with Onset’s HOBOlink software, giving you powerful web-based access to your data.
Which HOBO MX data loggers will work with the MX Gateway?
The HOBO MX data loggers listed in the table above (MX1100, MX2200, and MX2300 series) are all compatible with the MX Gateway. And we will be adding new MX loggers soon!
How do I connect HOBO data loggers with an MX Gateway?
To connect compatible HOBO MX data loggers with an MX Gateway, the loggers must be configured with the gateway option enabled through Wi-Fi or Ethernet in the HOBOconnect app, AND with the same HOBOlink account.
How many HOBO MX data loggers can be connected to one MX Gateway?
The MX Gateway can support up to 100 HOBO MX data loggers.
Can I use multiple MX Gateways to boost connectivity?
If one MX Gateway has a poor connection to a logger, another gateway in the group can transmit data from that logger instead, expanding the coverage area.
Can the MX Gateway connect to loggers through walls and surfaces?
The range for successful wireless communication between the MX Gateway and HOBO MX data loggers is approximately 100 feet, with full line-of-sight. If there are obstacles between your MX Gateway and loggers, such as walls or metal objects, the connection and the range between loggers and the gateway may decrease.
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