HOBO ZW Series Wireless Data Loggers
Wirelessly monitor and transmit real-time building performance data, scales up to a network of 100 nodes
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- Real-time wireless data collection
- Measurements include temp, RH, analog & pulse ports
- Scales up to a network of 100 nodes
- Buffer memory: 3k, 4k or 5k measurements
- Sample rate from 1min to 18hr
- One year battery life at 15min logging intervals
- Alarm notifications via email or text messages
The HOBO ZW Series Wireless Data Loggers provide centralized monitoring of energy and environmental conditions in buildings. The ZW Series scales up to a network of 100 nodes sending data to a single receiver. It also creates a self-healing network using routers to overcome obstructions in communications paths.
Supported measurements for the ZW Series include 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, temperature, relative humidity, dew point, 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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This product can be used in the following applications:
Here's how some of our customers used this product.
Complete Building Temperature Datalogging
The Background: Our customer is a building manager that needs to monitor the temperature at several locations within a building as part of a survey.
The Problem: The building is approximately 20,000 square feet so the survey will require several points be monitored and the customer does not want the expense of having to wire all these units. Additionally, the survey will monitor temperature over time so the data points must be recorded.
The Solution: We suggested the HOBO ZW Series Wireless Data Loggers which are designed to provide centralized monitoring of energy and environmental conditions in buildings. The ZW Series scales up to a network of 100 nodes sending data to a single receiver. It also creates a self-healing network using routers to overcome obstructions in communications paths.