Bluetooth smart data loggers allow easy access to your data via standard, short range wireless links. Using your smart phone or tablet, they allow you to quickly configure, monitor and download data from the data logger without a physical connection. They are often a quicker and easier solution for data logging, whether in the field or office when it is not convenient or possible to easily gain access to the device.

Compared with other wireless technologies Bluetooth has several advantages including very low power consumption for long life in battery powered applications and compatibility with iOS and Android applications for support on a wide range of devices. The main limitation of Bluetooth communications is the limited communication range, typically 5-30 meters (15-100 feet) depending on the environment and receiving device.

Onset HOBO MX1102 Carbon Dioxide Data Logger

MX1102

MX1102 Carbon Dioxide Data Logger


  • Measures Temperature, RH and CO2
  • Wireless communication via Bluetooth Smart Technology
  • Six month battery life at 5-minute CO2 logging rate
  • Easy to deploy and offload using free HOBOmobile App
  • Visual and audible high & low alarm thresholds
  • Self-calibrating CO2 sensor technology ensures optimal accuracy at lower maintenance costs

Prices starting at $595


Onset HOBO MX1101 temperature and humidity data logger

MX1101

MX1101 Temperature and Relative Humidity Data Logger


  • Wireless communication via Bluetooth Smart Technology
  • Easy to deploy and offload using free HOBOmobile App
  • Visual and audible high & low alarm thresholds
  • Stores 84,000 measurements
  • Accuracy: +/- 0.2C and +/- 2%RH
  • Find me/pager feature

Prices starting at $135


Onset HOBO MX2001 Bluetooth Water Level Data Logger

MX2001

MX2001 Bluetooth Water Level Data Logger


  • Wireless data offload to mobile devices using Bluetooth Low Energy
  • Direct read cable connects sensor to top-end logger/transmitter
  • Integrated barometric pressure sensor enables direct water level readout
  • Reference water level can be entered at the start of the deployment
  • Use HOBOmobile on iOS devices for setup, data viewing and data sharing



EL-BT-2 Bluetooth Wireless Temperature and Humidity Data Logger

EL-BT-2

EL-BT-2 Bluetooth Wireless Temperature and Humidity Data Logger


  • -20 to +60°C (-4 to +140°F) and 0 to 100% RH measurement range
  • Setup and download using the free EasyLog BT app for Android
  • View data on your Android device or export to EasyLog Graph for Windows
  • Store up to 500,000 temperature and humidity readings
  • LCD screen shows the current, minimum and maximum readings and status indication



AEMC L452 DC Voltage and Current Data logger

L452

L452 DC Voltage and Current Data Logger


  • Current and Voltage data logger (4-20mA, ±100mV, ±1V, ±10V) user selectable
  • Event counter, dry contact closure and logical level (pulse) detection
  • Real-time display of measurements
  • Includes FREE DataView® software for data storage, real-time display, analysis & report generation
  • Wireless Bluetooth communication



AEMC PEL 102 Single, Three Phase Power and Energy Data Logger

PEL 102

PEL 102 Power and Energy Data Logger


  • Simple to use, single-, dual- (split-phase) and three-phase (Y, ∆) power & energy logger
  • Provides all the necessary functions for Power and Energy data logging for 50Hz, 60Hz, 400Hz and DC distribution systems
  • Current measurements from 100mA up to10,000A using flexible current sensors
  • Automatic recognition of the connected current sensors/probes
  • Power measurements: VA, W and var
  • Energy measurements VAh, Wh (source/load indication) and varh (including quadrant indication)



AEMC PEL 103 Single, Three Phase Power and Energy Data Logger with Display

PEL 103

PEL 103 Power and Energy Data Logger


  • Simple to use, single-, dual- (split-phase) and three-phase (Y, ∆) power & energy logger with LCD display
  • Provides all the necessary functions for Power and Energy data logging for 50Hz, 60Hz, 400Hz and DC distribution systems
  • Current measurements from 100mA up to10,000A using flexible current sensors
  • Automatic recognition of the connected current sensors/probes
  • Power measurements: VA, W and var
  • Energy measurements VAh, Wh (source/load indication) and varh (including quadrant indication)

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