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April 29, 2013

HOBO U30 Enhancements: A Fillip to Research and Energy Management



For researchers conducting ecology and climate change studies and energy consultants performing building energy performance contracts Onset, the supplier of data loggers, has good news with its that it has announced new enhancements to the company's HOBO U30 Web-based energy and environmental monitoring systems.

Onset  (News - Alert)HOBO U30 systems combine plug-and-play convenience with research-grade performance. As a result, energy consultants can now create more customized displays of real-time energy use data and the new environmentally-responsible case design, while researchers can purchase the system in the United States and deploy the monitoring systems in international countries.

"These enhancements will provide a number of exciting benefits for HOBO U30 customers in both the environmental research and energy management market segments," said Paul Gannett, product marketing manager for Onset.

The expanded cellular network coverage will enable HOBO U30/GSM system customers to use their monitoring systems in over 30 countries, and even better there is the added advantage of being able to remotely access U30 systems in any AT&T (News - Alert) or T-Mobile coverage area within the United States.

What’s more, the HOBO U30 can be easily configured with a wide range of plug-and-play smart sensors, within Onset's Web-enabled software platform for HOBO U30 systems. And, if these systems are deployed in different locations, users can create a single screen that displays all the performance metrics.

HOBO U30 Features a double-weatherproof, tamperproof enclosure and serves as an ideal research-grade weather station, or an industrial-grade energy/power monitoring system. The benefits here are two-fold, for not only does it boost the company's efforts to help preserve the environment, but it also provides customers with a rugged, attractive enclosure designed to withstand challenging condition.




Edited by Ashley Caputo

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