HOBO data loggers for monitoring indoor, outdoor, and underwater environments.
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- HomePlug AV powerline communication
- Dimensions (W x D x H): 2.6 x 2.0 x 1.1 in.
- US standard 2-prong plug
The MX Gateway automatically transmits HOBO MX Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) logger data to Onset’s cloud-based HOBOlink software. The MX Gateway is ideal for obtaining remote access to data from multiple HOBO MX data loggers monitoring indoor environmental conditions in office buildings, residential environments, warehouses, indoor growing facilities, server rooms, museums, and more. The MX Gateway communicates with compatible HOBO MX data loggers through the HOBOmobile app on an iOS or Android mobile device.
The HOBOnet Wireless Repeater is designed to work with the HOBOnet Wireless Sensor Network. The repeater is ideal when there is an obstruction between wireless sensors and the RX Stations or for extending the transmission range of wireless sensors in the network.
The HOBOnet Repeater is designed to work with the HOBOnet Wireless Sensor Network. The repeater is ideal when there is an obstruction between wireless sensors and the HOBO RX3000 or the HOBO MicroRX station, or for extending the transmission range of wireless sensors in the network.
The HomePlug AV200 powerline adapter uses your home's existing electrical wiring to create a direct connection between your EG4100 Series meter and a home network. This connection requires no additional wiring so you can simply plug the adapter into an existing power socket to instantly establish a networking infrastructure.
The HOBO U-DT-2 U30 Shuttle Data Transporter provides convenient in-field data offload and relaunch of HOBO U30-NRC systems and HOBO Weather Stations (H21-001) and Micro Stations (H21-002 only), and HOBO Energy Logger systems (H22). The U30 Shuttle's 2 x 16-character display shows current readings (for selected data loggers), and logger status.
NOTE: HOBOware Pro software required.