Offloads data from systems in the field for transfer to a host computer and preserves data in nonvolatile memory even if batteries are depleted. The shuttle can also be used to re-launch the logger, display logger status, and test individual Smart Sensors.
Non-Volatile Memory: 4 MB. Logger-to-Shuttle Transfer Speed: USB, 64K in approximately 30 seconds; Serial, 512K in approximately 60 seconds. Shuttle-to-Host Transfer Speed: Full shuttle offload (4 MB) to host computer in 3 to 5 minutes, depending on computer. Power: Main, 2 AA batteries; Clock Backup, 1 CR1225 lithium battery (3V). Battery Life: Main, one year or approximately 50 complete memory fills, typical use; Clock Backup, 10 years typical use (with main batteries installed). Dimensions: 4.35” x 2.70” x 1.05”.
For connecting a user-supplied power source to a HOBO RX3000 Remote Monitoring Station to charge the station’s internal battery. Voltage: 5V DC minimum to 17V DC maximum. Minimum Supply Output Power: 6 watt (typical power used is much less). Cable Length: 6 ft.
Protects external sensors from the effects of sunlight and rain to ensure high accuracy measurements. Designed to allow maximum air flow around the sensor, the shield provides 2.5 times faster response time to changing conditions. Works with Temperature and Temperature/Relative Humidity Smart Sensors.
Wind Resistance: tested in sustained winds up to 80 mph, tested in gusts up to 100 mph. Height: 3.5”; 6.25” with bracket.
Use this bracket assembly to mount two PAR Smart Sensors and two Solar Radiation Smart Sensors on a Light Sensor Bracket (each sold separately) when obtaining the measurements needed to calculate the Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI).
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