Onset HOBO Pendant Temp/Light Logger

This HOBO Pendant data logger is a miniature, waterproof two-channel temperature and relative light level data logger.

Features

  • Low-cost temperature with light intensity
  • Waterproof housing for wet or underwater use
  • Data readout in less than 30 seconds via fast Optic USB interface
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Onset HOBO Pendant Temp/Light LoggerUA-002-64 HOBO Pendant temperature/light logger
$69.00
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Onset HOBO Pendant Temp/Light Logger
UA-002-64
HOBO Pendant temperature/light logger
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$69.00
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Onset Solar Radiation Shield
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Compliance certification
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This HOBO Pendant data logger is a miniature, waterproof two-channel temperature and relative light level data logger. The logger comes at a great value and is suitable for indoor, outdoor, and underwater applications.

Use a solar radiation shield for accurate temperature measurement in sunlight.See RS1 Solar Radiation Shield (assembly required) and M-RSA (pre-assembled) Solar Radiation Shield. Note that using a solar radiation shield prevents the use of the light sensor.

Measurement Range
Temperature: -20° to 70°C (-4° to 158°F)
Light: 0 to 320,000 lux (0 to 30,000 lumens/ft2)

Accuracy
Temperature: ± 0.53°C from 0° to 50°C (± 0.95°F from 32° to 122°F), see Plot A in manual
Light intensity: Designed for measurement of relative light levels, see Plot D in manual for light wavelength response

Resolution
Temperature: 0.14°C at 25°C (0.25°F at 77°F), see Plot A in manual
Drift: Less than 0.1°C/year (0.2°F/year)

Response Time
Airflow of 2 m/s (4.4 mph): 10 minutes, typical to 90%
Water: 5 minutes, typical to 90%
Time accuracy: ± 1 minute per month at 25°C (77°F), see Plot B in manual

Operating Range
In water/ice: -20° to 50°C (-4° to 122°F)
In air: -20° to 70°C (-4° to 158°F)
Water depth rating: 30 m from -20° to 20°C (100 ft from -4° to 68°F), see Plot C in manual
NIST traceable certification: Available for temperature only at additional charge; temperature range -20° to 70°C (-4° to 158°F)
Battery life: 1 year typical use
Battery Type: CR2032

Memory
UA-002-64: 64K bytes (approximately 28K combined temperature and light readings or events)

Materials: Polypropylene case; stainless steel screws; Buna-N o-ring
Weight: 18 g (0.6 oz)
Dimensions: 58 x 33 x 23 mm (2.3 x 1.3 x 0.9 inches)
Environmental Rating: IP68

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