The most powerful, connected, and versatile interface ever.
LabQuest 2 is the most powerful, connected, and versatile data-collection device available for STEM education. Engage your students with hands-on science in your classroom or in the field.
Vernier LabQuest 2 is a standalone interface used to collect sensor data with its built-in graphing and analysis application. The large, high-resolution touch screen makes it easy and intuitive to collect, analyze, and share data from experiments. Its wireless connectivity encourages collaboration and personalized learning. You can also use LabQuest 2 as a USB sensor interface using Logger Pro software or with our Graphical Analysis app for iOS, Android, or Chrome to stream data wirelessly to one or more mobile devices.
Standalone and computer sensor interface with a touch screen
Compatible with all Vernier sensors
Large and high-resolution screen with portrait and landscape orientations
Fast data collection
Rechargeable, high-capacity battery
Compatible with Windows and Macintosh computers
Collect, analyze, and share sensor data wirelessly with iPad, Android devices, and Chromebooks
Free software updates
Large, high-resolution touch screen
Built-in sensors such as GPS and accelerometers
Wireless connectivity with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth
Fast data collection with 100,000 samples per second
The Connected Science System is a networked collection of probeware technology that supports hands-on, collaborative learning with individualized accountability. Students can collect, view, analyze, and annotate data on an iPad or any device with a compatible web browser.
Our packages combine the LabQuest 2 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.
LabQuest 2 and the Connected Science System was selected as a finalist in the digital devices and international digital resource categories for the 2015 Bett Awards! The Bett Awards provide a showcase of resources and companies that seek to provide educators with the information, ideas and inspiration that are fundamental to the learning process.
LabQuest 2 app was selected as a finalist in the Best Educational Use of a Mobile Device category for the 2013 CODiE Awards! The category recognizes the best curriculum or administrative application, designed for either PK-12 or postsecondary markets, that is delivered via mobile devices, including smartphones or tablets.
“Students using data logging probes along with the Lab Quest software allows to teachers to plan lessons that make abstract ideas concrete and enable students to access complex and interesting science in ways that were previously unable to.”
Stephen Daly, science consultant at The British International School, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
“In summary, the LabQuest 2 from Vernier is an outstanding tool to engage students in scientific inquiry. In my opinion, its reasonable price and ease of use make the LabQuest 2 a valuable tool for students conducting scientific investigations. It can help motivate them toward greater science achievement. If you’re interested in a versatile and cost-effective tool that is user friendly, look no further than Vernier’s LabQuest 2.”
“The main advantages of the LabQuest 2 compared to our older data logging equipment are its portability, simplicity and ease of use. It does not require considerable effort to plan lessons using the equipment and the pupils are able to use in almost instinctively. There was no need to train students how to use it. We have been very pleased with the equipment and we are looking to invest further in it in the near future.”
Dr Chris Jessop, science teacher at AKS School, Lytham, UK
“I used the system for several weeks to do everything from analyzing the motion on a swing and watching the voltage of a battery decline to monitoring the light of a sunset and taking longitude and latitude locations fixers in conjunction with sound and light readings. Its ability to grab data and analyze it is without comparison in such a small unit.”
“The Scottish Advanced Higher Chemistry course requires pupils to carry out a 20 hour project independently. Many of them carry out investigations on colour chemistry and it was for this reason that I decided to purchase two LabQuest 2s. Initial misgivings of mixing students, chemicals and technology were unfounded. The devices are robust and extremely user-friendly. Students found them easy to use and gave them results which could be inserted into their write-up.”
J Anderson, science teacher at St Aloysius’ College, Glasgow, UK
“It seemed obvious that the LabQuest 2 would be a real game changer in the data collection space, but after our field test, it seems more that the LabQuest 2 has invented an entirely new game. However, ultimately it falls on the teachers and students to truly imagine the potential of this technology. In fact, I’d even go so far as to say that human imagination is the main limit of Vernier’s Connected Science System right now.”