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HOBO ZW Series - Wireless Data Nodes - System Overview

Onset’s new HOBO® ZW Series wireless data nodes provide centralized wireless monitoring of energy use and environmental conditions in buildings.
Part Number: HOBO ZW Series
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HOBO ZW Series wireless data nodes provide centralized monitoring of energy and environmental conditions in buildings. Best suited for on-site facility monitoring applications, HOBO data nodes transmit high accuracy, real-time data from different points in the facility to a central receiver connected to a computer. This eliminates the need to manually offload data from individual data loggers, saving you time and money. Accompanying HOBOware Pro software (included) can be configured to automatically send data from the wireless network to others via email or FTP, or save it to a network drive or the connected computer.

Key Advantages:
• Provides real-time, centralized data collection within a facility
• Scales up to a network of 100 nodes sending data to a single receiver
• Creates self-healing network, using routers, to overcome obstructions in communication paths
• Provides one year battery life @ 15 min logging intervals
• Provides alarm notifications via email or text messages
• Delivers robust performance with onboard buffer memory  and backup power option
• Features powerful software for organizing and viewing data as well as the wireless network

 

Energy Guide

HOBO ZW Series wireless data nodes provide centralized monitoring of energy and environmental conditions in buildings. Best suited for on-site facility monitoring applications, HOBO data nodes transmit high accuracy, real-time data from different points in the facility to a central receiver connected to a computer. This eliminates the need to manually offload data from individual data loggers, saving you time and money. Accompanying HOBOware Pro software (included) can be configured to automatically send data from the wireless network to others via email or FTP, or save it to a network drive or the connected computer.

Key Advantages:
• Provides real-time, centralized data collection within a facility
• Scales up to a network of 100 nodes sending data to a single receiver
• Creates self-healing network, using routers, to overcome obstructions in communication paths
• Provides one year battery life @ 15 min logging intervals
• Provides alarm notifications via email or text messages
• Delivers robust performance with onboard buffer memory  and backup power option
• Features powerful software for organizing and viewing data as well as the wireless network

 

Energy Guide

See How a ZW Wireless Data Node Network Works

See How a ZW Wireless Data Node Network Works



Are Wireless Data Loggers Right for You?

A discussion presented by Onset Computer Corporation about their ZW Wireless Series data loggers, application examples, pricing and software management of the system.

Measurements

• Air Velocity
• AC Current
• AC Voltage
• Amp Hour
• C02
• Compressed Air Flow
• DC Current
• DC Voltage
• Differential Pressure
• Gauge Pressure
• Kilowatt Hours
• Kilowatts
• Power Factor
• Pulse Signals
• Relative humidity
• Temperature
• Volatile Organic Compound
• Volt-Amp Reactive
• Volt-Amp Reactive Hour
• Volt-Amps
• Water Flow
• Watt Hours
• Watts
• Volts
• Amps
• 0-10 vdc
• 4-20mA

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