This sensor is perfect for many temperature experiments.
- Applicable to Biology, Chemistry, and Physics Experiments
- Sensor Measures Temperatures in Solids, Liquids, or Gases
- Battery and USB Module Recommended
It can be used in biology to monitor ecological systems and microbiological cultures study the effect of temperature on photosynthesis and enzymatic reactions. In chemistry, it helps users study exothermic or endothermic reactions and how temperature affects the rate of reaction. In physics, it can be used to study heat and energy transfer.
The sensitive element is within a 180 mm long, 3.2 mm diameter, stainless steel tube. This sensor can be used for temperature measurements in solids, liquids, or gases.
Ordering information: The following items are needed but not included: a battery module, viewer module (not needed if connecting to a computer to display data), USB module (not needed if using as a stand-alone probe or you have the Wi-Fi module), and Wi-Fi module (not needed if connecting to a computer through the USB module). A battery module and a USB module are recommended.