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Bourne, Mass.-based Onset Computer Corp. has unveiled the HOBO U30/Wi-Fi Remote Monitoring System, a Web-based monitoring system that provides real-time, remote access to energy and environmental data over any Wi-Fi network.

According to the company, the HOBO U30/Wi-Fi provides cost-effective means of verifying the effectiveness of green roofs, solar power systems, wind turbines and other types of renewable energy systems. It measures, records and documents critical performance data that can be used to obtain green/energy-related rebates and credits.

The HOBO U30/Wi-Fi combines rugged data logging hardware with integrated Wi-Fi communications and is versatile enough to use in both indoor and outdoor environments. Users can plug in their choice of sensors and connect to a Wi-Fi network without having to worry about cumbersome communications cables or wiring.

For more information, visit onset.comp.com

SOURCE: Onset Computer Corp.

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