Onset HOBO Pendant MX Temp/Light Logger

The Onset HOBO MX2202 waterproof temperature/light level logger leverages the power of Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) to deliver accurate temperature and light-level measurements straight to a mobile device or Windows computer.

Features

  • New light sensor offers more accurate light intensity readings for light in the visible light spectrum
  • Convenient wireless setup and download via Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE)
  • Large memory stores 96,000 measurements
Your Price $89.00
Stock 10AVAILABLE

Overview
The Onset HOBO MX2202 waterproof temperature/light level logger leverages the power of Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) to deliver accurate temperature and light-level measurements straight to a mobile device or Windows computer with Onset's free HOBOconnect app. Designed for durability, this compact waterproof logger is ideal for measuring temperature in streams, lakes, oceans, and soil environments.

Benefits

  • The new light sensor offers more accurate light intensity readings for light in the visible light spectrum
  • Convenient wireless setup and download via Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE)
  • Large memory stores 96,000 measurements
  • Waterproof to 30 meters (100 feet)
  • User-replaceable battery
  • Mounting tabs for fast, easy deployment
  • LED alarm notifies you when temperature exceeds the set threshold
  • Works with Onset’s free HOBOconnect app
  • ±0.5°C (±0.9°F) temperature accuracy and ±10% light accuracy typical for direct sunlight
  • (1) HOBO Pendant MX temperature & light logger
  • (1) HOBO Pendant mounting boot
  • (2) Plastic zip ties
Questions & Answers
Is the version with 8K byte memory still available?
The 8K byte memory version has been discontinued, so only the 64K byte version is available in the UA-002-XX series. Customers can also consider the MX2202 HOBO Pendant MX temperature & light logger, which has Bluetooth communication and stores up to 96,000 measurements.
What type of battery does the Pendant MX temp/light logger use, and how is it replaced?
The MX2202 Pendant logger uses (1) CR2032 3V lithium battery, which is user replaceable with just a small flathead screwdriver. Battery replacement instructions and care start on page 8 of the manual. 
How can I string the HOBO Pendant sensors along a mooring line?
The optional HOBO Pendant Mounting Boot (see Accessories) offers a convenient means of securing the Pendant loggers to non-flat surfaces such as a mooring line. They are sold in a pack of 5 and include zip ties for securing to the line.
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