Onset HOBO MX2300 Temp/RH Loggers

The HOBO MX2300 Series Temp/RH loggers are ideal for a broad range of outdoor monitoring applications, from agricultural research to forest ecology studies.

Features

  • Weatherproof housing for use in outdoor or condensing environments
  • Small-diameter, external sensor versions for measurements in tight spaces
  • Wireless setup & download with Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE)
Starting At $115.00
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ImagePart#Product DescriptionPriceStockOrder
Onset HOBO MX2300 Temp/RH LoggersMX2305 HOBO MX2300 internal temperature logger
$115.00
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Onset HOBO MX2300 Temp/RH Loggers MX2304 HOBO MX2300 external temperature logger, 2m cable
$155.00
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Onset HOBO MX2300 Temp/RH Loggers MX2303 HOBO MX2300 2x external temperature logger, 2m cable
$210.00
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Onset HOBO MX2300 Temp/RH Loggers MX2301A HOBO MX2300 internal temperature/relative humidity logger
$180.00
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Onset HOBO MX2300 Temp/RH Loggers MX2302A HOBO MX2300 external temperature/relative humidity logger, 2m cable
$210.00
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Onset HOBO MX2300 Temp/RH Loggers
MX2305
HOBO MX2300 internal temperature logger
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$115.00
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MX2304
HOBO MX2300 external temperature logger, 2m cable
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$155.00
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MX2303
HOBO MX2300 2x external temperature logger, 2m cable
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$210.00
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MX2301A
HOBO MX2300 internal temperature/relative humidity logger
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$180.00
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MX2302A
HOBO MX2300 external temperature/relative humidity logger, 2m cable
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$210.00
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Onset MX2300 Solar Radiation Shield Bracket MX2300-RS-BRACKET MX2300 solar radiation shield bracket
$12.00
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Onset RS3-B Solar Radiation Shield RS3-B Solar radiation shield
$75.00
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Onset Solar Radiation Shield RS1 Solar radiation shield, unassembled
$90.00
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Onset Solar Radiation Shield M-RSA Solar radiation shied, assembled
$130.00
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Onset HOBO MX2300 Replacement Battery HRB-2/3AA Replacement battery for HOBO MX2300 series loggers
$15.00
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Onset Compliance Certification COMPLIANCE_CERT Compliance certification
$25.00
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MX2300 solar radiation shield bracket
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$12.00
Solar radiation shield
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$75.00
RS1
Solar radiation shield, unassembled
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$90.00
Onset Solar Radiation Shield
M-RSA
Solar radiation shied, assembled
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$130.00
Replacement battery for HOBO MX2300 series loggers
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$15.00
Compliance certification
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$25.00

With Onset’s HOBO MX2300 Series Temp/RH loggers, field data collection has never been easier. You can set up and offload loggers wirelessly from your mobile device – eliminating the need to take a laptop or data shuttle into the field to retrieve data.

The HOBO MX2300 Series offers five models covering a broad range of outdoor monitoring applications, from agricultural research to forest ecology studies. The series includes internal sensor models that are highly durable and easy to deploy, and external probe models that are well-suited for monitoring conditions in soils, water, walls, and more.

Temperature Sensor
Range MX2301A and MX2305 internal sensors: -40 to 70°C (-40 to 158°F)
MX2302A external temperature sensor: -40 to 70°C (-40 to 158°F)
MX2303 and MX2304 external sensors: -40 to 100°C (-40 to 212°F), with tip and cable immersion in fresh water up to 50°C (122°F) for one year
Accuracy ±0.25°C from -40 to 0°C (±0.45 from -40 to 32°F)
±0.2°C from 0 to 70°C (±0.36 from 32 to 158°F)
±0.25°C from 70 to 100°C (±0.45 from 158 to 212°F), MX2303 and MX2304 only
Resolution MX2301A and MX2302A: 0.02°C (0.036°F)
MX2303, MX2304, and MX2305: 0.04°C (0.072°F)
Drift <0.01°C (0.018°F) per year
Relative Humidity Sensor* (MX2301A, MX2302A only)
Range 0 to 100% RH, -40° to 70°C (-40° to 158°F); exposure to conditions below -20°C (-4°F) or above 95% RH may temporarily increase the maximum RH sensor error by an additional 1%
Accuracy ±2.5% from 10% to 90% (typical) to a maximum of ±3.5% including hysteresis at 25°C (77°F); below 10% RH and above 90% RH ±5% typical
Resolution 0.01%
Drift <1% per year typical
Response Time (typical, to 90% of change)
Temperature Without Solar Radiation Shield With RS1/M-RSA Solar Radiation Shield With RS3-B Solar Radiation Shield
MX2301A
internal sensor
17 minutes in air moving 1 m/sec 24 minutes in air moving 1 m/sec NA
MX2302A
external sensor
3 minutes, 45 seconds in air moving 1 m/sec 7 minutes, 45 seconds in air moving 1 m/sec 6 minutes, 30 seconds in air moving 1 m/sec
MX2303/MX2304
external sensors
3 minutes in air moving 1 m/sec; 20 seconds in stirred water 7 minutes in air moving 1 m/sec 4 minutes in air moving 1 m/sec
MX2305
internal sensor
17 minutes in air moving 1 m/sec 24 minutes in air moving 1 m/sec NA
RH Without Solar Radiation Shield With RS1/M-RSA Solar Radiation Shield With RS3-B Solar Radiation Shield
MX2301A
internal sensor
30 seconds in air moving 1 m/sec 40 seconds in air moving 1 m/sec NA
MX2302A
external sensor
15 seconds in air moving 1 m/sec 30 seconds in air moving 1 m/sec 30 seconds in air moving 1 m/sec
Logger
Operating Range -40° to 70°C (-40° to 158°F)
Radio Power 1 mW (0 dBm)
Transmission Range Approximately 30.5 m (100 ft) line-of-sight
Wireless Data Standard Bluetooth Low Energy (Bluetooth Smart)
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 0° to 50°C (32° to 122°F)
Battery Type 2/3 AA 3.6 Volt lithium, user replaceable
Battery Life 2 years, typical with logging interval of 1 minute and Bluetooth Always On enabled; 5 years, typical with logging interval of 1 minute and Bluetooth Always On disabled. Faster logging intervals and statistics sampling intervals, burst logging, remaining connected with the app, excessive downloads, and paging may impact battery life.
Memory MX2301A and MX2302A: 128 KB (63,488 measurements, maximum)
MX2303, MX2304, and MX2305: 128 KB (84,650 measurements, maximum)
Full Memory Download Time Approximately 60 seconds; may take longer the further the device is from the logger
Dimensions Logger housing: 10.8 x 5.08 x 2.24 cm (4.25 x 2.0 x 0.88 in.)
External temperature sensor diameter: 0.53 cm (0.21 in.)
External temperature/RH sensor diameter: 1.17 cm (0.46 in.)
External sensor cable length: 2 m (6.56 ft)
Solar radiation shield bracket: 10.8 x 8.3 cm (4.25 X 3.25 in.)
Weight Logger: 75.5 g (2.66 oz)
Solar radiation shield bracket: 20.4 g (0.72 oz)
Materials Acetal, silicone gasket, stainless steel screws
Environmental Rating NEMA 6 and IP67
  • HOBO MX2305 Temp Data Logger
  • Screws
  • Cable ties
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