Onset HOBO MX Carbon Dioxide/Temp/RH Data Logger

The HOBO MX1102 CO2 logger measures and records CO2 in buildings and other non-condensing environments.

Features

  • Measurement range, 0-5,000 ppm
  • Self-calibrating NDIR CO2 sensor technology
  • Access data by mobile phone, tablet or computer within 100ft of logger
Your Price $595.00
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Onset HOBO MX Carbon Dioxide/Temp/RH Data LoggerMX1102A HOBO MX Carbon Dioxide/Temp/RH Data Logger
$595.00
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Onset HOBO MX Carbon Dioxide/Temp/RH Data Logger
MX1102A
HOBO MX Carbon Dioxide/Temp/RH Data Logger
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$595.00
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Onset HOBOware Pro Software BHW-PRO-DLD HOBOware Pro Software for Windows and Mac, download only
$75.00
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Onset MX Gateway MXGTW1 MX Gateway, Ethernet/WiFi
$375.00
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Onset HOBOware Pro Software BHW-PRO-CD HOBOware Pro Software for Windows and Mac, CD
$99.00
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Onset HOBOware Pro Software BHW-PRO-USB HOBOware Pro Software for Windows and Mac, USB drive
$99.00
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Onset USB Cable CABLE-USBMB USB cable
$16.00
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Onset Lockable, Vented Security Case CASE-VENTED-LOCK Lockable, Vented Security Case
$38.00
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Onset Relative Humidity NIST Calibrations NIST-RH-Onepoint Single point relative humidity NIST calibration, 50% @ 25C
$105.00
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Onset Relative Humidity NIST Calibrations NIST-RH-Threepoint Three point relative humidity NIST calibration, 25, 50 & 75% @ 25C
$165.00
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Onset NIST Standard Temperature Point Certification NIST-TEMP-POINT NIST standard temperature point certification
$45.00
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Onset Compliance Certification COMPLIANCE_CERT Compliance certification
$25.00
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HOBOware Pro Software for Windows and Mac, download only
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$75.00
MX Gateway, Ethernet/WiFi
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$375.00
Onset HOBOware Pro Software
BHW-PRO-CD
HOBOware Pro Software for Windows and Mac, CD
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$99.00
Onset HOBOware Pro Software
BHW-PRO-USB
HOBOware Pro Software for Windows and Mac, USB drive
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$99.00
USB cable
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$16.00
Lockable, Vented Security Case
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$38.00
Onset Relative Humidity NIST Calibrations
NIST-RH-Onepoint
Single point relative humidity NIST calibration, 50% @ 25C
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$105.00
Onset Relative Humidity NIST Calibrations
NIST-RH-Threepoint
Three point relative humidity NIST calibration, 25, 50 & 75% @ 25C
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$165.00
Onset NIST Standard Temperature Point Certification
NIST-TEMP-POINT
NIST standard temperature point certification
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$45.00
Compliance certification
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$25.00

Onset’s HOBO MX1102 CO2 logger makes it more convenient than ever to measure and record CO2 in buildings and other noncondensing environments. It measures CO2 from 0 – 5,000 parts per million (ppm) – and our free HOBOconnect app allows you to access data right from your mobile phone or tablet within a 100-foot range.

The MX1102 also features a USB port so it can be used with a computer running HOBOware Pro graphing and analysis software.

Remotely access your data in Onset’s cloudbased HOBOlink software with the new MX Gateway.

Temperature Sensor
Range 0° to 50°C (32° to 122°F)
Accuracy ±0.21°C from 0° to 50°C (±0.38°F from 32° to 122°F)
Resolution 0.024°C at 25°C (0.04°F at 77°F)
Drift <0.1°C (0.18°F) per year
RH Sensor
Range

1% to 90% RH (non-condensing)

Accuracy ±2% from 20% to 80% typical to a maximum of ±4.5% including hysteresis at 25°C (77°F); below 20% and above 80% ±6% typical
Resolution 0.01%
Drift <1% per year typical
CO2 Sensor
Range 0 to 5,000 ppm
Accuracy

±50 ppm ±5% of reading at 25°C (77°F), less than 90% RH non-condensing and 1,013 mbar

Warm-up Time 15 seconds
Calibration Auto or manual to 400 ppm
Non-linearity <1% of FS
Pressure Dependence 0.13% of reading per mm Hg (corrected via user input for elevation/altitude)
Operating Pressure Range 950 to 1,050 mbar (use Altitude Compensation for outside of this range)
Compensated Pressure Range -305 to 5,486 m (-1,000 to 18,000 ft)
Sensing Method Non-dispersive infrared (NDIR) absorption
Response Time
Temperature 12 minutes to 90% in airflow of 1 m/s (2.2 mph)
RH 1 minute to 90% in airflow of 1 m/s (2.2 mph)
CO2 1 minute to 90% in airflow of 1 m/s (2.2 mph)
Logger
Radio Power 1 mW (0 dBm)
Transmission Range Approximately 30.5 m (100 ft) line-of-sight
Wireless Data Standard Bluetooth Smart (Bluetooth Low Energy, Bluetooth 4.0)
Logger Operating Range 0° to 50°C (32° to 122°F); 0 to 95% RH (non-condensing)
Logging Rate 1 second to 18 hours
Logging Modes Fixed interval (normal, statistics) or burst
Memory Modes Wrap when full or stop when full
Start Modes Immediate, push button, date & time, or next interval
Stop Modes When memory full, push button, date & time, or after a set logging period
Time Accuracy ± 1 minute per month at 25°C (77°F)
Power Source 4 AA 1.5 Volt batteries (user replaceable) or USB power source (5 V DC, 2 Watts) 
Battery Life 6 months, typical with logging and sampling intervals of 5 minutes or slower; 6 months or less with logging and sampling intervals faster than 5 minutes while logging CO2. Entering burst logging mode will impact battery life. With app use, battery life can be reduced by remaining connected, excessive readouts, audible alarms, and paging. Visual/audible alarms and other events can have a marginal impact on battery life.
Memory 128 KB (84,650 measurements, maximum)
Download Type USB 2.0 interface or via Bluetooth Smart
Full Memory Download Time 20 seconds via USB; approximately 60 seconds via Bluetooth Smart, may take longer the further the device is from the logger
LCD LCD is visible from 0° to 50°C (32° to 122°F); the LCD may react slowly or go blank in temperatures outside this range
Size 7.62 x 12.95 x 4.78 cm (3.0 x 5.1 x 1.88 inches)
Weight 267.4 g (9.43 oz)
Environmental Rating IP50
  • HOBO MX1102 CO2 Data Logger
  • Four AA 1.5 V alkaline batteries
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