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HOBO Weather Station

 

Plug-In Smart Sensors are Automatically Recognized

User-Selectable Sampling Rate of 1 Second to 18 Hours
Deploy for 1 Year Using 4 User-Replacable AA Batteries
Non-Volatile EEPROM Memory Retains Data Even if Batteries Fail
Status Lights Indicate Proper Sensor Connection and Logging
Low-Battery and Low-Memory Warnings
Auxiliary Battery Connection Allows Battery Changes While Logging
Requires Smart Sensors and HOBOWare Pro Software
Compatible with SolarStream Wireless Data Transceiver

The Onset HOBO Weather Station can record up to 15 different outdoor environomental parameters. Temperature, Humidity, Barometric Pressure, Light, Rain Fall, Leaf Wetness and Wind Sensors are available (sold separately) for easy plug-in and automatic detection by the logger. The weather station features multiple start modes, 100 meter maximum combined sensor range and input adapters for pulse, dc voltage and 4-20mA.

Due to New CE Requirements, this product is No Longer Available for EU Countries, Check out the HOBO U30 Weather Station As An Alternative.

Things to Consider when Planning to Install a HOBO Weather Station or Micro Station.

Required Components of HOBO Weather Stations

>> Onset Weather or Micro Station
>> Smart Sensors
>> HOBOWare Pro Software

Additional HOBO Weather Station Information

>> Compatible External Sensors
>> U30 Data Shuttle
>> Sensor Accessories
>> Hardware & Mounting Accessories
>> Software & Communication Accessories
>> 4-Channel HOBO Weather Station

HOBO Weather Station Features

10-Channel (Expandable to 15) Weather Station Records Temperature, Humidity, Rainfall, Soil Moisture, Wind, Light Intensity, Barometric Pressure and Leaf Wetness (Sensors Sold Separately)
Adapters Available for Pulse, DC Voltage and 4 to 20mA Inputs
Plug-In Smart Sensors are Automatically Recognized
User-Selectable Sampling Rate of 1 Second to 18 Hours
Deploy for 1 Year Using 4 User-Replacable AA Batteries
Non-Volatile EEPROM Memory Retains Data Even if Batteries Fail
Status Lights Indicate Proper Sensor Connection and Logging
Low-Battery and Low-Memory Warnings
Auxiliary Battery Connection Allows Battery Changes While Logging
Optional Data Shuttle Available to Collect Measured Readings in Remote Areas
Requires Smart Sensors and HOBOWare Pro Software
Compatible with SolarStream Wireless Data Transceiver

Weather Station and Data Logger Specifications

Channels 10 Channels Expandable to 15
(Note: Some Sensors Use More Than 1 Data Channel)
Sensor Inputs 10 Smart Sensors, Expandable to 15 with Optional Adapters
Sampling Rate 1 Second to 18 Hours (User Selectable)
Operating Range Alkaline Batteries: -20°C to 50°C (4°F to 122°F)
Lithium Batteries: -40°C to 70°C (-40°F to 158°F)
Communication 3.5 mm Serial Port or Weather Proof External Connector
Memory 512K Nonvolatile Flash Data Storage
Data Storage Capacity 500,000 Readings/Measurements
Operating Modes Stop When Full
Wrap-Around When Full
Operational Indicators Seven Status Lights Provide Logging and Sensor Network Status
Start Modes Immediate, Push Button Start or Delayed Start
Time Accuracy 0 to 2 Seconds for First Data Point
±5 Seconds per Week at 25°C (77°F)
Data Type Supports Measurement Averaging Based on Availability of Supporting Data from Sensor
Data Communication Current Reading While Logging, Offload While Logging or Offload When Stopped
Battery (4) Standard AA Alkaline Batteries (Included)
Battery Life Typically 1 Year
(Up to 10 Sensors, 10 Minutes Sample Rate)
Mounting Mast 3.8 cm (1.5") Maximum Diameter or Wall Mount
Enclosure Access Hinged Door Secured by 4 Screws
Sensor Network Cable Length: 100 meters (358 ft) Maximum
Standards Compliance CE
Environmental Rating Weatherproof
Weight 0.9 kg (2 lbs)
Dimensions 230mm x 100mm x 180mm (9.0" x 4.0 " x 7.0")

 

 Add or reconfigure the HOBO Weather Station by simply plugging or unplugging smart sensors.  

 Front-panel lights show logging status, confirm sensor communication, and provide low battery and memory warnings.

Application Notes

Understanding the Differences Between State, Event and Pulse Datalogging. (.pdf 300KB)