We often write posts about exciting new products, plus articles featuring our customers using their products in interesting ways. Here are some of our most popular; to check out the rest – head to our News page.
Data loggers can play a crucial part in identifying and demonstrating the underlying causes of damp and mould in domestic properties. Problem housing stock can be easily assessed, enabling the tenants to be given advice if their actions are the cause and the housing association to evidence their behaviour.
Read: Housing Associations – Is Mould Costing You?
“The HOBO Conductivity Logger provides a 24 hr 365 day facility to monitor in real time, stream conductivity levels round the clock to help identify incidents of sporadic pollution, that otherwise would go undetected. They’re easily set up using the HOBO software, providing graphical results.”
Read: ‘Onset HOBO Water Conductivity Loggers Helping Improve Northern Ireland River Water Quality’
Researchers from Lancaster University are about to tackle one of the most pressing problems to face water science in a generation. The equipment chosen for the project to measure, log and transmit rainfall-streamflow data at 10-minute intervals is the Onset HOBO RX3000 remote data logging station, fitted with 3G cellular communication, a rain gauge and a water level sensor calibrated to streamflow.
Read: ‘Onset HOBO Rainfall-Streamflow Telemetry System to be Used in Flooding Research’
We’re proud to be the exclusive distributor in the UK & Ireland for the Onset HOBO RX3000 remote data logger. These professional-grade units enable instant access to site-specific flood water data anywhere, anytime via the Internet. WEB-ENABLED DATA LOGGING AND COMMUNICATION: The RX3000 is available with a your choice of Cellular 3G, Wi-FI or Ethernet connectivity. Live data feeds from multiple locations can provide wide geo-spatial coverage of water level and flow in lakes, rivers and wetlands.
Read: Flood Warning & Monitoring: Latest Best-practice Technology
With the Onset HOBO MX1101 data logger you can measure and transmit temperature and relative humidity data wirelessly to mobile devices via Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) technology. Ideal for tracking warehouse storage temperatures, keeping tabs on humidity levels in museums, investigating occupant comfort complaints, and many more building monitoring applications.
Read: ‘Track Indoor Temperature & Humidity (RH) – Wirelessly!’
Onset’s InTemp CX400 Series is the first pharmaceutical cold chain monitoring solution combining Bluetooth Low Energy, robust alarm functionality, and automated report generation in one small, easy-to-use logger.
Read: ‘Onset Introduces New InTemp™ Product Line for Pharmaceutical Cold Chain Monitoring’
The new Onset HOBO MX1102 CO2 data logger records and transmits carbon dioxide, temperature, and relative humidity (RH) data in indoor environments using non-dispersive infrared (NDIR) self-calibrating CO2 sensor technology and integrated temperature and RH sensors.
Read: ‘New Bluetooth Co2 Data Logger from Onset’
Monitoring temperature and humidity in domestic properties is fast becoming a priority for UK housing associations. Damp and mould damage costs housing associations millions in repair bills each year. In houses with high energy efficiency ratings, low temperatures and lack of ‘free air flow’ can result in a build-up of moisture.
Read: ‘Riverside Association Chooses Tempcon to Supply Temperature and Humidity Data Loggers’
The RX3000 is truly a new generation of HOBO research-grade weather station. Featuring improved flexibility, easier deployment, and more robust performance, this new weather station brings instant access to environmental monitoring data anywhere, anytime via the internet.
Read: ‘Next Generation Hobo RX3000 Research-Grade Weather Station From Onset’
This wall-mounted or bench-top CO2 display from Rotronic is the latest development of an inexpensive display unit that simultaneously measures and records CO2, humidity and temperature.
Read: ‘New CO2 Display with Temperature and Humidity’
Calibration is vitally important wherever measurements are important, it enables users and businesses to have confidence in the results that they monitor, record and subsequently control.
Read: ‘What is Calibration and Why is it So Important’