HOBO data loggers for monitoring indoor, outdoor, and underwater environments.
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The compact HOBO MicroRX Station is an easy-to-deploy, low-cost cellular solution for long-term, reliable monitoring of indoor conditions in warehouses, cold storage facilities, data centers, museums, commercial and residential buildings, and more. The station includes an integrated HOBOnet Manager, for easy deployment with wireless HOBOnet sensors. The station also features inputs for up to five of Onset’s research-grade plug-and-play sensors. Configurable station-side alarms trigger immediate notifications of critical conditions, and Onset’s cloud-based HOBOlink platform makes it easy to view, access, and share data.
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 compact and rugged HOBO MicroRX Station is an easy-to-deploy, low-cost cellular solution for long-term, reliable field monitoring. Two power source options are available: a solar panel for extended deployments, and user-replaceable batteries for flexible mounting in covered or protected locations. The station includes inputs for up to five of Onset’s research-grade plug-and-play sensors, and can be ordered with an additional water level sensor input with integrated flow conversion. Configurable station-side alarms trigger immediate notifications of critical conditions, and Onset’s cloud-based HOBOlink platform makes it easy to view, access, and share data.
The HOBO UX100-023 External Temperature/Relative Humidity data logger records temperature and relative humidity in an indoor environment with its external sensor. Ideal for monitoring occupant comfort in office buildings, tracking food storage conditions in warehouses, logging temperature trends in server rooms, and measuring humidity levels in museums.
The HOBO UX100-011 Temperature/Relative Humidity data logger records temperature and relative humidity (within 2.5% accuracy) in indoor environments with its integrated sensors. This data logger is ideal for monitoring occupant comfort in office buildings, tracking food storage conditions in warehouses, logging temperature trends in server rooms, and measuring humidity levels in museums.
Onset’s HOBO MX1102 CO2 logger makes it more convenient than ever to measure and record CO2 in buildings and other non-condensing environments. It measures CO2 from 0 – 5,000 parts per million (ppm) – and our free HOBOmobile app* allows you to access data right from your mobile phone or tablet within a 100-foot range.
The MX1102 also features a USB port so it can be used with a computer running HOBOware graphing and analysis software.
Remotely access your data in Onset’s cloud-based HOBOlink software with the new MX Gateway.
The EG4115 Core is a 15-channel energy meter with 0.5% revenue-grade accuracy compliance and the ability to measure residential or commercial circuit panels, up to 3-phase 277/480VAC and 6900A. The meter has HomePlug AV powerline communication, an Ethernet port, and 2 USB ports for additional options, like WiFi. The embedded web server lets you connect to the interface over the internet or on a local area network. Each unit has a data logger that stores up to 64 data points for the lifetime of the hardware, and you can access data as granular as 1-second averages for the most recent hour of recording. The EG4115 Core is an accurate and flexible solution for monitoring multiple circuits in any residential or commercial energy monitoring application.
The EG4130 Pro combines an energy meter, data logger, and a web server. This powerful combination lets you measure, store and retrieve (V, A, VAr, kWh, etc.) data directly from the device or from a remote location via the internet. You can view historical and live data for the lifetime of the hardware with the unit’s convenient user interface (UI). Users have access to real-time values, long-term reports, an interactive graphical interface, and many other tools.