Part Number - MXGTW1
The MX Gateway requires a HOBOlink service plan (SP-620, $75), which will be included in the cart. Also required: at least one MX data logger, a compatible mobile device or Windows computer, and the HOBOconnect app to connect to Wi-Fi or Ethernet. System requirements for the app can be found at the bottom of the HOBOconnect software page.
Automatically transmits HOBO MX Bluetooth logger data to Onset's HOBOlink cloud software. 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 HOBOconnect app on a mobile device or Windows computer.
- View and analyze data in HOBOlink from any HOBO MX Bluetooth data logger connected to the MX Gateway
- Near real-time measurements transmitted to your HOBOlink dashboard
- Alarm notifications (out-of-range sensor, low battery, stopped logger, missing logger)
- Unlimited cloud storage via HOBOlink
- 100-foot line-of-site communication
- Wi-Fi & Ethernet connectivity
- Transmission Range
Approximately 30.5 m (100 ft) line-of-sight
- Wireless Data Standard
Bluetooth 5.0 (BLE)
WiFi 802.11a/b/g/n 2.4/5 GHz or 10/100 Ethernet
WPA and WPA2, protocols not listed are not supported
- TA - Operating Ambient Temperature
0°C to 60°C
- TA-EXT Extended Operating Temperature Range
-20°C to +70°C
- Power Source
AC adapter or Power over Ethernet (PoE)
12.4 x 12.4 x 2.87 cm (4.88 x 4.88 x 1.13 inches)
137 g (4.83 oz)
What's in the box
- MX Gateway
- Mounting Kit
- AC adapter
If you have a question that’s not listed below, contact our Sales Application Specialists, who will be happy to help you!
The HOBO MX data loggers, MX1100, MX2200, and MX2300 series, are all compatible with the MX Gateway. And we will be adding new MX loggers soon!
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 HOBOmobile app, AND with the same HOBOlink account.
Up to 100 loggers will work with a MX Gateway.
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.
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.
Data is sent to HOBOlink as often as once per minute.
Data in the HOBOlink dashboard is refreshed every 10 to 20 minutes.
A time-stamped alarm flag is sent up with the data at a 1-minute rate.
It takes 15 minutes for an alarm to trigger in this case.
It takes 30 minutes for an alarm to trigger in this case.
Yes, but only for applications where the loggers are located indoors, and the top part of the logger is NOT submerged in water.