Onset HOBO Water Temp Pro v2 Logger

The Onset HOBO Water Temp Pro v2 logger is designed with a durable, streamlined, UV-stable case for extended deployments measuring temperature in fresh or salt water.

Features

  • Research-grade measurements at an affordable price
  • Waterproof up to 120 meters (400 feet)
  • Compatible with HOBOware and HOBOware Pro software
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Overview
Built to withstand extended periods of immersion, the compact HOBO Water Temp Pro v2 Logger provides reliable, accurate underwater temperature measurements. The small size of the logger allows it to be easily mounted and/or hidden in the field.

Durable
The HOBO Water Temp Pro v2 logger is waterproof up to 120 m (400 feet) and rugged enough to withstand years of use, even in stream conditions. It has enough memory to record over 42,000 12-bit temperature measurements.

Mechanics
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.

Data Storage
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. Offload data or 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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