Data Logger Products (+U14 +MX2000 +UTBI)
The HOBO® MX2001 is the industry’s first water level data logger designed for convenient wireless setup and download from mobile devices via Bluetooth Low Energy. The logger dramatically simplifies and lowers the cost of field data collection by providing wireless access to high-accuracy water level and temperature measurements right from a mobile phone or tablet. The MX2001 logger consists of a top-end unit and a water level sensor which are sold as a set, plus a direct read cable to connect them. Cables can be ordered in lengths from 0.2 to 500m for deployment in a wide range of wells.
Only 3x4 cm, this tiny data logger measures temperatures over a wide temperature range. The TidbiT v2 provides 12-bit resolution and has ±0.2 °C accuracy. It is designed for outdoor and underwater environments and is waterproof to 300 m (1000 ft). An optical USB interface allows users to offload data in seconds. Please note, a solar radiation shield is required to obtain accurate air temperature measurements in sunlight (RS1 Solar Radiation Shield, assembly required; or M-RSA pre-assembled Solar Radiation Shield).
The HOBO U14 LCD External Temperature/Relative Humidity Data Logger displays and records temperature and humidity conditions. It is well-suited for use in manufacturing, processing, and storage environments where reliable monitoring and documentation of specific temperature/relative humidity conditions are critical. Data is offloaded via USB to a PC or Mac computer. An alarm display and built-in relay for use with Onset's Remote Alarm and/or Autodialer accessories assure timely notification of alarm conditions.
HOBO U14 data loggers display, record, and provide alarm notifications of temperature and humidity conditions. Receive out-of-range alarms notifications with the optional Auto Dialer or Remote Audible Alarm. These loggers are well-suited for use in manufacturing, processing, and storage environments where reliable monitoring and documentation of temperature and relative humidity conditions is critical.