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Hobo S-UCC-M006 – Onset

Electronic switch puls input adapter with 6 meters of cable, compatible with the USB data loggers stations or with the web-based monitoring systems for remote communication

The electronic switch pulse input adapter connects sensors with pulse outputs to data loggers with smart-sensor inputs. This smart sensor is compatible with electronic switch closures such as FET or open-collector outputs, or CMOS-level logic signals with a maximum input frequency of 120 Hz (120 pulses per second).

This is a plug-and-play smart sensor, who is compatible with RX, H22, and U30 loggers (stations). This sensor is compatible with the following kilowatt hours (kWh) sensors: T-WNB-3D-240, T-WNB-3D-480, T-WNB-3Y-208, T-WNB-3Y-208-P.
It will be automatically recognized by HOBO Energy Logger. This sensor operates in indoor and outdoor environments and the S-UCC-M001 sensor supports the following measurement: pulse input.

Technical specifications

Maximum input frequency: 120 Hz (120 pulses per second)

Measurement range: 0 – 65,533 pulses per logging interval

Lockout time: 45 µs ± 10%

Recommended input type: electronic solid state switch closure or CMOS-level digital output (example: FET, opto-FET or open collector)

Preferred switch state: active low input normally open

Minimum pulse width: 1 ms

Input/output impedance: 100 KΩ

Open circuit input voltage: 3,3 V

Maximum input voltage: 3,6 V

User connection: 24 AWG wires, 2 leads: white(+), black(-)

Operating temperature range: -40° to 75°C

Overall cable length: 6 meters

Housing: weatherproof PVC housing protects input adapter electronics

Measurement averaging option: no (reports the number of pulses over the logging interval)

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