New HOBO® Bluetooth Analog-Input Data Loggers Enable Easy Remote Data Access
Onset, a trusted manufacturer of field-proven data loggers, today announced the release of two new HOBO MX Multi-Channel data loggers: the HOBO Analog/Temperature/Relative Humidity(RH)/Light data logger and the HOBO 4-Channel Analog data logger.
Ideal for anyone looking to monitor indoor environments such as office buildings, residential spaces, warehouses, indoor grow facilities, server rooms, museums, and more – these loggers feature built-in Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) technology to wirelessly transmit indoor monitoring data to mobile devices, at any time. And both models support new Self-Describing (SD) sensors, which automatically communicate configuration information, making deployment fast and easy.
With just a smart phone or tablet and Onset’s free HOBOmobile® app, users can configure their HOBO MX Multi-Channel data loggers, read out data, view data in graphs, check operational status, configure alarm notifications, and share data files – all with no dedicated equipment beyond a mobile device. And, with the new MX Gateway, consumers can remotely access data via Onset’s cloud-based HOBOlink® software, where they can also set up and receive out-of-range alarm notifications via email or SMS text.
“Along with increased accessibility to data, MX Multi-Channel loggers can be deployed quickly with Self-Describing (SD) sensors for simple setup,” said Onset product manager, Scott Ellis. “And existing sensors are also compatible, for a wide range of measurements. Add the MX Gateway, and you can view and analyze data remotely, plus create custom dashboards for easier data visualization with HOBOlink software – for a true end-to-end solution.”
To learn more about HOBO MX Multi-Channel loggers, visit www.onsetcomp.com/mx-analog.