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New Data Measuring Device is Waterproof

New Data Measuring Device is Waterproof

by , 12:00 AM EST, February 23rd, 2006

Onset Computer Corp. in April will release HOBO Waterproof Shuttle, a new waterproof data retrieval device that works with HOBO water level, water temperature, and rainfall data loggers. The device connects to a computer via a USB port for information downloading and analysis.

The HOBO Waterproof Shuttle is waterproof up to 66 feet and can hold data from up to 63 loggers in its 4MB of flash memory. It runs on a pair of AA batteries that last for about one year or 200 memory fills, according to Onset. Pricing is US$199.


The HOBO Waterproof Shuttle

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