Onset HOBO Pendant Temp/Alarm Logger

The Onset HOBO Pendant Temp/Alarm Logger is both miniature and waterproof, making it a sensible monitoring solution for specific temperature monitoring applications.

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  • Low-cost temperature with alarm indication
  • Waterproof housing for wet or underwater use
  • Data readout in less than 30 seconds via fast Optic USB interface
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The Onset HOBO Pendant Temp/Alarm Logger is both miniature and waterproof, making it a sensible monitoring solution for specific temperature monitoring applications. The HOBO Pendant Temperature/Alarm Data Logger has one channel and is recommended for short-term shipping or long-term monitoring. This data logger features a visible LED light indicator, which warns users when preset parameters have been exceeded. Use a solar radiation shield for accurate temperature measurement in sunlight applications. See RS1 Solar Radiation Shield (assembly required) and M-RSA (pre-assembled) Solar Radiation Shield.

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