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High-resolution sensors are capable of detecting the smallest changes in the surrounding environment through electric or optical signaling. With acute sensitivity, the equipment pieces have the technology to quickly gather and accurately process data in laboratories or classrooms. Due to the typical rapid collection rate, the single- or multi-parameter sensors allow experiments to be repeated often. The devices allow users to focus on interpretations and making adjustments for consistent testing conditions.


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Description:   Measures A Wide Range of Temperatures
Catalog Number: (470137-396)

Description:   This sensitive sensor measures low levels of magnetic fields including the magnetic field of Earth.
Catalog Number: (470112-950)

Description:   The Goniometer can be used to measure the dynamic motion of a limb during different types of physical activity. A set of elastic straps are used to se...
Catalog Number: (470137-394)

Description:   This sensor uses an ultrasonic transducer to provide streamlined measurements in the classroom.
Catalog Number: (470166-514)

Description:   The Go Direct Melt Station accurately determines the melting temperature of solid substances.
Catalog Number: (470137-400)

Description:   Track Airflow and Lung Volume

Description:   This sensor measures the electrical signals released during muscle contractions.
Catalog Number: (470137-426)

Description:   Accurately Measures UVB
Catalog Number: (470137-430)

Description:   Measures Wavelengths of Ultraviolet Light

Description:   Measures the Psycho-Galvanic Reflex
Catalog Number: (470137-428)

Description:   Easily Determine Turbidity

Description:   Without wires, you can measure force and acceleration on any moving object.
Catalog Number: (470166-532)

Description:   DC power source with a built-in current probe designed for use in electrochemistry experiments.
Catalog Number: (470116-636)

Description:   Variable Load, used in conjunction with the Energy Sensor to provide a range of resistive loads for projects such as wind turbines or solar panels, Students can adjust the potentiometer to provide resistances between 6 and 255 ohm
Catalog Number: (470210-540)

Description:   Expand the probeware versatility of your Datahub
Catalog Number: (470210-528)

Description:   Expand the probeware versatility of your Datahub.
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