Onset HOBO Water Temp Pro v2 Logger

Built to withstand extended periods of immersion, the compact HOBO Water Temp Pro v2 Logger provides reliable, accurate underwater temperature measurement.

Features

  • Research-grade measurements at an affordable price
  • Waterproof to 120 meters (400 feet)
  • Compatible with HOBOware and HOBOware Pro software
Your Price $135.00
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Onset HOBO Water Temp Pro v2 LoggerU22-001 HOBO Water Temp Pro v2 temperature logger
$135.00
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Onset HOBO Water Temp Pro v2 Logger
U22-001
HOBO Water Temp Pro v2 temperature logger
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$135.00
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Onset HOBO Optic USB Base Station BASE-U-4 HOBO optic USB base station
$129.00
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Onset HOBO Waterproof Shuttle U-DTW-1 HOBO waterproof shuttle
$265.00
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Onset HOBOware Pro Software BHW-PRO-DLD HOBOware Pro Software for Windows and Mac, download only
$75.00
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Onset HOBOware Pro Software BHW-PRO-USB HOBOware Pro Software for Windows and Mac, USB drive
$99.00
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Onset HOBOware Pro Software BHW-PRO-CD HOBOware Pro Software for Windows and Mac, CD
$99.00
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Onset HOBO Water Temp Pro v2 Protective Boot BOOT-BLK HOBO Water Temp Pro v2 protective boot, black
$20.00
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Onset HOBO Water Temp Pro v2 Protective Boot BOOT-WHT HOBO Water Temp Pro v2 protective boot, white
$20.00
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Onset Solar Radiation Shield RS1 Solar radiation shield, unassembled
$83.00
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Onset Solar Radiation Shield M-RSA Solar radiation shied, assembled
$119.00
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Onset Compliance Certification COMPLIANCE_CERT Compliance certification
$25.00
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HOBO optic USB base station
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$129.00
HOBO waterproof shuttle
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$265.00
HOBOware Pro Software for Windows and Mac, download only
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$75.00
Onset HOBOware Pro Software
BHW-PRO-USB
HOBOware Pro Software for Windows and Mac, USB drive
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$99.00
Onset HOBOware Pro Software
BHW-PRO-CD
HOBOware Pro Software for Windows and Mac, CD
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$99.00
HOBO Water Temp Pro v2 protective boot, black
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$20.00
Onset HOBO Water Temp Pro v2 Protective Boot
BOOT-WHT
HOBO Water Temp Pro v2 protective boot, white
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$20.00
RS1
Solar radiation shield, unassembled
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$83.00
Onset Solar Radiation Shield
M-RSA
Solar radiation shied, assembled
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$119.00
Compliance certification
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$25.00

Built to withstand extended periods of immersion, the compact HOBO Water Temp Pro v2 Logger provides reliable, accurate underwater temperature measurement. The precision sensors and electronics are sealed in a durable case which is waterproof to 100’ and has almost neutral buoyancy for stability in flowing rivers, streams, and tidal estuaries. The logger is less than 5” long, and the low-visibility case keeps the logger hidden from view.

The Water Temp Pro v2 Logger requires an infrared base station (90706) or shuttle (90707) and Hoboware, available as a free download, or Hoboware Pro software (sold separately) for system launch and data retrieval. The associated couplers are included with both the base station and shuttle. In addition, the shuttle can operate as a base station for added flexibility in the field. The high-speed infrared communications offloads data in less than 30 seconds (requires USB port), and the infrared communications port is located opposite the bail end for convenient access while tethered. You can offload data, as well as check the logger and battery status, even while logging. A blinking LED indicates that the logger is recording data. To reduce visibility in the field, this feature can be turned off. Non-volatile EEPROM memory retains measurements in the event of battery failure.

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