Here’s an all-in-one, complete lab in the palm of your hand, a unique solution for K-12 science with up to 14 wireless sensors built into a single compact device – dramatically improving science in terms of convenience, cost and portability, saving up to 90 minutes on lab setup time. It uses Bluetooth communication between the data logger and the computer, with a single wireless transmission for up to 14 sensors, reducing radio interference and eliminating the need for costly transmitters built into every sensor. This large number of high quality sensors opens the door for inquiry-based learning vital in STEM education in variety of science fields, including Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Environmental Science and Geography. Features include the GPS probe, which harnesses GPS to plot sensor values as a layer over a Google map.These sensors are the gold standard when comparing features such as display, keypad, memory and an extensive battery life against less robust competitors (making stand-alone data collection possible without the need for computer investments). The Labdisc’s internal microprocessor automatically calibrates and tests all the built-in sensors to a known reference, so educators can focus on science concepts rather than equipment setup and calibration. Learn more.
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