Onset HOBO U30 USB Weather Station Starter Kit

The HOBO U30 USB Weather Station Starter Kit combines Onset's most rugged data logging weather station with out-of-the-box convenience.

Features

  • All electronics are housed within a rugged double-weatherproof, tamper-proof enclosure
  • Setup is quick and easy with plug-and-play sensors
  • Software and tripod sold separately (see Accessories tab)
$1,770.00
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The HOBO U30 USB Weather Station Starter Kit combines Onset's most rugged data logging weather station with out-of-the-box convenience.

The U30 accepts up to 10 plug-and-play Smart Sensors. Just plug in your sensor and it's automatically recognized - no programming, wiring or calibration necessary. With this kit you can measure temperature, relative humidity, wind speed/direction. Simply select the HOBO Weather Station starter system and your choice of either a 2-Meter or 3-Meter Tripod Kit and go!

Software ordered separately. Compatible with HOBOware and HOBOware Pro software for logger setup, graphing and analysis.

  • HOBO U30 NRC data logger with 10 inputs (U30-NRC-000-10-S100-000 )
  • 5W Solar Panel - SOLAR-5W
  • Temperature/RH Smart Sensor with 2-meter cable - S-THC-M002
  • Wind Speed Smart Sensor with 3-meter cable - S-WSB-M003
  • Wind Direction Smart Sensor with 3-meter cable - S-WDA-M003
  • Full Crossarm for Wind Speed/Direction sensors - M-CAA
  • Solar Radiation Shield for Temperature & RH sensor - RS3-B
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