By DE Editors
Onset has announced the HOBO ZW Series family of wireless data nodes for centralized monitoring of energy use and environmental conditions in buildings.
HOBO ZW Series data nodes measure, record, and transmit real-time energy use and environmental data to a central PC. HOBO data nodes work together in a “self-healing” wireless network to transmit logged data to a PC at regular intervals. This eliminates the need of having to spend time retrieving collected data from individual data loggers deployed throughout a facility.
The wireless nodes can measure temperature, relatively humidity, kilowatt hours, CO2, AC voltage, amps, gauge pressure, and other parameters.
Accompanying HOBOware Pro 3.0 software helps users configure data node networks, view real-time energy and environmental data, and set alarms for any sensors on the network.
For more information, visit Onset.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.