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Data Loggers to Remotely Monitor Conditions for Museums & Preservation
Discreet museum and preservation solutions for precise monitoring of environmental conditions to protect your valuable artwork, artifacts, and exhibits
Crucial monitoring tools to maintain a stable environment—and preserve history
Trusted by museums, archivists, and exhibit spaces worldwide, HOBO monitoring tools help protect rare, irreplaceable pieces of art, culture, and history, without disturbing your visitor’s experience.
Compact, reliable, and battery-operated, our data loggers are easy to deploy out-of-sight to record critical data, with wireless options that allow display cases to remain sealed to ensure an optimal, stable indoor climate. Combine a remote monitoring station, and you can access precise environmental data from the cloud and receive real-time alerts when conditions change.
Ensure favorable temperature conditions while artifacts are in transit, on display or in storage
Prevent excess humidity that causes paper to absorb moisture, warping of book bindings and mold
Track light-intensity to ensure sensitive items are not exposed to excess light
Optimize HVAC systems by monitoring for sufficient air exchange to protect precious artifacts
Protect precious artifacts: Wireless Temperature & Humidity Data Logger
HOBO's MX Bluetooth data loggers let you collect data wirelessly to leave precious artifacts undisturbed, and combine with an MX Gateway station for remote data management, alerts and easy uploading of Temp/RH data to eClimateNotebook® for advanced data analysis and risk assessment tools that help improve storage environments.
Tracking Environmental Conditions in a Museum with Bluetooth Data Loggers
Registrars at the Hunter Museum of American Art discuss how they successfully used Bluetooth Low Energy data loggers to measure and record temp/RH data in order to better manage their museum’s collections.
Dracula Exhibit Space Monitored with HOBO Data Loggers
Curators at the Rosenbach Museum & Library in Philadelphia deployed data loggers to discreetly monitor temp and RH and ensure favorable preservation conditions for all of its treasures.
Preserving Musical Artifacts at the National Music Museum in Vermillion, South Dakota
Museum conservators use data loggers to monitor conditions in galleries and storage facilities housing a diverse collection of musical instruments and artifacts.
Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) Logger Protects Magna Carta
The best-surviving copy of the Magna Carta is displayed in a glass case, along with a Bluetooth-enabled temperature/relative humidity data logger.