Onset HOBO Waterproof Shuttle

The HOBO Waterproof Shuttle provides convenient readout and relaunching of underwater and outdoor HOBO data loggers with an Optic USB interface.

Features

  • Waterproof to 20m (66 ft.)
  • Couplers are included
  • Can also be used an a base station
Your Price $249.00
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
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Onset HOBO Waterproof ShuttleU-DTW-1 HOBO waterproof shuttle
$249.00
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Onset HOBO Waterproof Shuttle
U-DTW-1
HOBO waterproof shuttle
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$249.00
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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
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
HOBOware Pro Software for Windows and Mac, download only
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$75.00
Onset HOBOware Pro Software
BHW-PRO-USB
HOBOware Pro Software for Windows and Mac, USB drive
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$99.00
Onset HOBOware Pro Software
BHW-PRO-CD
HOBOware Pro Software for Windows and Mac, CD
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$99.00

The HOBO Waterproof Shuttle provides convenient readout and relaunching of underwater and outdoor HOBO data loggers with an Optic USB interface, and is waterproof to 20m (66 ft). The HOBO Waterproof Shuttle can also be used as a base station.

Couplers are included for compatibility with the U-series loggers with optical communication, including the UA Pendants, U20 water level, U22 Water Temp Pro, UTBI TidbiT, U23 Pro Temp/RH, U24 Conductivity and U26 DO data loggers.

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