Onset HOBO MicroRX Station

The compact and rugged Onset HOBO MicroRX Station is an easy-to-deploy, low-cost cellular solution for long-term, reliable field monitoring.

Features

  • Robust, weatherproof IP66/NEMA 4X enclosure
  • Inputs for up to five plug-and-play sensors
  • Built-in LCD confirms proper setup and operation
$700.00
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Overview
The compact and rugged Onset 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. 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.

Real-Time Data
Logged data from the station is transferred at regular connection intervals to HOBOlink® web-based software allowing access to the latest conditions, view graphs, configure sensors and alarms, set up a dashboard, download data, or schedule data delivery via email or FTP.

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  • Grease packet
  • Cable ties
  • Screws and washers
  • Six AA lithium batteries (RX2101 battery-powered stations)
  • Battery pack (RX2102 solar-powered stations)
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