Onset HOBOnet Wireless Rain Gauge Sensor

The HOBOnet Wireless AeroCone Rain Gauge records rainfall in 0.01" or 0.2mm increments.

Features

  • 900 MHz wireless mesh self-healing technology
  • 450 to 600 meter (1,500 to 2,000 feet) wireless range and up to five hops
  • Up to 50 wireless sensors or 336 data channels per HOBO RX station
Starting At $340.00
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ImagePart#Product DescriptionPriceStockOrder
Onset HOBOnet Wireless Rain Gauge SensorRXW-RGE-900 HOBOnet wireless rain gauge sensor, 0.01" per tip, 2m cable, solar, 900 MHz (US)
$340.00
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Onset HOBOnet Wireless Rain Gauge Sensor RXW-RGF-900 HOBOnet wireless rain gauge sensor, 0.2mm per tip, 2m cable, solar, 900 MHz (US)
$340.00
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Onset HOBOnet Wireless Rain Gauge Sensor
RXW-RGE-900
HOBOnet wireless rain gauge sensor, 0.01" per tip, 2m cable, solar, 900 MHz (US)
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$340.00
Onset HOBOnet Wireless Rain Gauge Sensor
RXW-RGF-900
HOBOnet wireless rain gauge sensor, 0.2mm per tip, 2m cable, solar, 900 MHz (US)
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$340.00
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Onset HOBOnet Wireless Outdoor Repeater RXW-RPTR-900 HOBOnet wireless outdoor repeater, solar, 900 MHz (US)
$140.00
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Onset Grounding Wire CABLE-MICRO-G Grounding wire for H21-USB & RX2100 stations
$13.00
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Onset Grounding Kit M-GKA Grounding kit
$65.00
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Onset HOBOnet NiMH Rechargeable Batteries HRB-NiMH-2 AA NiMH rechargeable batteries for HOBOnet solar sensors, pack of 2
$12.00
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Onset Compliance Certification COMPLIANCE_CERT Compliance certification
$25.00
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HOBOnet wireless outdoor repeater, solar, 900 MHz (US)
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$140.00
Grounding wire for H21-USB & RX2100 stations
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$13.00
Grounding kit
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$65.00
AA NiMH rechargeable batteries for HOBOnet solar sensors, pack of 2
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$12.00
Compliance certification
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$25.00
The HOBOnet Wireless AeroCone Rain Gauge records rainfall in 0.01" or 0.2mm increments. HOBOnet Wireless Sensors communicate data directly to the HOBO RX3000 or the HOBO MicroRX station, or pass data through other wireless sensors back to the central station. They are preconfigured and ready to deploy, and data is accessed through HOBOlink, Onset's innovative cloud-based software platform.
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