Recommended for College, High School, and K-8.
LabPro is a versatile sensor interface for calculator and computer data collection.
The Vernier LabPro offers the most versatility in collecting data from Vernier sensors. You can use LabPro with a compatible Texas Instruments graphing calculator, with a computer and Logger Pro software, or on its own as a remote data collector. If your school has more TI graphing calculators than computers, the LabPro is an affordable way to add data-collection to science experiments.
- Compatible with over 50 Vernier sensors
- Six data-collection channels allow you to use multiple sensors at once
- Samples up to 50,000 readings per second
- Analog output for controlling electrical devices, such as DC motors, fans, LEDs, and more for engineering projects
Our packages combine the LabPro with sensors recommended for a subject area. Buy the package that best suits your budget or needs, or use the package as a starting point to building your own package.
Compatible Sensors and Lab Equipment
- Maximum sampling rate: 50,000 readings per second
- Resolution: 12-bit A/D conversion
- Internal memory: Stores up to 12,000 data points
- Input/Output lines: 8 TTL (4 on each DIG/SONIC port)
- Analog output: 1 channel, ± 3 volts, 100 mA (with function generator)
LabPro Technical Reference Manual
The LabPro can run off of 4 AA batteries or a wall socket. Batteries not included.
An external speaker.
Texas Instruments Calculators
LabPro includes built-in DataMate data-collection calculator software and compatible with the following graphing calculators:
- TI-83 Plus
- TI-83 Plus Silver Edition
- TI-84 Plus
- TI-84 Plus Silver Edition
- TI-92 Plus
- Voyage 200
- TI-Nspire in 84 mode
Windows and Mac Computers
LabPro requires available computer USB port and Vernier data-collection software.
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