Onset HOBO MicroRX Water Level Station

The HOBO MicroRX Water Level Station is a cellular, web-enabled water level monitoring solution for stormwater, floodwater, irrigation, hydrologic, and environmental applications.

Features

  • Eliminate complicated manual calculations with pre-programmed water flow formulas
  • Act quickly in response to alarms triggered at time of measurement for water flow and accumulated rainfall
  • Reduce maintenance visits with the non-vented water level sensor
Starting At $990.00
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The HOBO MicroRX Water Level Station is a cellular, web-enabled water level monitoring solution for stormwater, floodwater, irrigation, hydrologic, and environmental applications. Pre-programmed water flow formulas for select weirs, flumes, and a stage discharge table result in an easy and intuitive configuration.

New water flow and accumulated rainfall calculations, which are performed directly on the station at time of measurement, trigger immediate notifications of critical water level conditions.

The compact and durable station, together with the non-vented water level sensor, enables harsh condition deployments and reliable monitoring. The optional integrated solar panel or battery power, with a wide range of plug-and-play smart sensors, supports flexible environmental monitoring.

  • Station-side alarms for water flow and accumulated rainfall triggered at time of measurement
  • Non-vented ceramic water level sensor with a choice of four ranges
  • Interchangeable, Kevlar-reinforced water level sensor cables
  • Integrated barometric pressure sensor
  • Compact IP66/NEMA 4X enclosure
  • Built-in LCD confirms proper setup and operation
  • Two power options:
    • Integrated 1.7 W solar panel with rechargeable battery pack
      • 5 W and 15 W external solar panels can be added (RX2104 only)
    • User-replaceable AA lithium batteries
  • Inputs for five plug-and-play sensors
  • Up to 10-minute connections rates via 4G cellular data plans
  • Cloud-based monitoring and data access through HOBOlink
  • Available with stainless steel or titanium sensor ends
  • 3-point NIST-traceable calibration certificate included for the water pressure sensor
Questions & Answers
Does this come with an active cellular account?

The MicroRX station requires a HOBOlink service plan, which can include an active 4G SIM card/data account. Alternatively, the customer can provide their own 4G SIM card with the SP-611 service plan. See the Accessories tab for more information.

Can other sensors be integrated with this station?

Yes, the MicroRX water level station includes inputs for five plug-and-play Onset smart sensors.

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