The HOBO RX3000 is Onset’s next-generation remote data logging station that provides instant access to site-specific environmental data anywhere, anytime via the internet. The new station combines the flexibility and sensor quality of more expensive systems, an onboard LCD display, and the convenience of plug-and-play operation.
Temperature, Relative Humidity, 4-20mA, AC Current, AC Voltage, Air Velocity , Amp Hour (Ah), Amps (A), Barometric Pressure, Carbon Dioxide, Compressed Air Flow, DC Current, DC Voltage, Differential Pressure, Event, Gauge Pressure, Kilowatt Hours (kWh), Kilowatts (kW), Leaf Wetness, Light Intensity, Power Factor (PF), Pulse Input, Rainfall, Soil Moisture, Volatile Organic Compound, Volt-Amp Reactive (VAR), Volt-Amp Reactive Hour, Volt-Amps (VA), Volts (V), Water Flow, Water Level, Watt Hours (Wh), Watts (W), Wind
Important Note: HOBOware software and USB cable are required for initial setup of WiFi units or Ethernet units with Static IP addresses.
24/7 Data Access
The HOBO RX3000 Station transmits data to HOBOlink – Onset’s cloud-based software platform. HOBOlink makes it easy to access current and historical weather data, manage and control your RX3000 stations remotely, and set alarm notifications. You can also schedule automatic delivery of data files.
|Weather: Onset is using a HOBO RX3000 Remote Monitoring System to monitor weather outside of Onset Corporate Headquarters.
|Energy: Onset is using a HOBO RX3000 Remote Monitoring System to monitor kWh in our Sales Department.
On-board LCD display helps you confirm system operation, sensor connections, cellular signal strength and other parameters before leaving the deployment site.
With the RX3000 Station, you can configure up to 15 channels of plug-and-play Smart Sensors, or add up to two modules. Modules are available for connecting up to 4 analog sensors or with 3 relay outputs to control devices based on alarm conditions.
The HOBO RX3000 features a double-weatherproof enclosure designed for long-term use – even in harsh environments. Critical electronics are sealed in a secondary enclosure, and weathertight sensor ports keep moisture out.