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Collect, share, and analyze spectrometer data for topics such as Beer’s law, enzyme kinetics, and plant pigment spectra
Collect, share, and analyze sensor data with our free software for Chrome™, iOS, Windows®, and macOS™
3.15 Update. Released April 24, 2018
2.8.4 Update. Released August 14, 2018
2.0.1 Update. Released Mar 24, 2015
1.9.4 Update. Released May 2, 2018
1.7.6 Update. Released May 17, 2017
Download a full experiment from Vernier lab books to preview.
Software manuals, reference guides, sensor booklets, and safety data sheets.
Download USB drivers for LabPro, LabQuest, and Ohaus Balances.
Visit the Chrome Web Store to download or update Graphical Analysis for Chrome.
Visit the App Store to download or update Graphical Analysis, Video Physics, Thermal Analysis, or LabQuest Viewer.
Visit the Google Play Store to download or update Graphical Analysis 4.
Basic data-collection software for real-time graphing and analysis.
A 30-day software demo for real-time graphing and analysis.
Use LabQuest App on your Windows computer to test drive the LabQuest software or project onto a screen.
This program is used with the Vernier Power Amplifier to turn your computer’s sound card into a function generator.
Use LabQuest App for data collection and analysis on the OLPC.
Download programming resources for the LabQuest, LabPro, LabVIEW, WDSS, Go! products, and SensorDAQ.
Download our virtual instruments to use Vernier products with NI LabVIEW.
Use the NXT Sensor Adapter with LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 software with the Vernier EV3 Sensor Block.
Use the NXT Sensor Adapter with LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT software with the Vernier NXT Sensor Block.
Files for the NXT robots in the STEM and STEM2 books updated for the LDD version 4.3.6.
Get data-collection software for use with your TI handheld and graphing calculators.
This guide is meant to help you with the connections, programming, and calibration of our sensors. Full sketches (programs) to get you started.