The Go Direct CO2 Gas Sensor measures gaseous carbon dioxide concentration levels, air temperature, and relative humidity. It can be used in a variety of biology experiments. It connects via Bluetooth® wireless technology or via USB to your device.
The Go Direct Energy Sensor quantifies the voltage, current, power, and energy output of small wind turbines and solar panels, such as those used in our KidWind Experiment Kits. It connects via Bluetooth® wireless technology or via USB to your device.
The built-in sensors of the Go Direct Sensor Cart let your students do all of the standard one-dimensional dynamics and kinematics experiments, all with no additional sensors or interface. With position, force, and acceleration sensors, Go Direct Sensor Cart is both powerful and simple to use.
Designed for use in situations in which low thermal mass or flexibility is required, the Go Direct® Surface Temperature Sensor has an exposed thermistor that results in an extremely rapid response time. Investigate the effect of temperature on solar panel output or the effect of vascularity on skin temperature recovery.
Collect acceleration, rotation, and altitude data in the classroom or in the field with the Go Direct® Acceleration Sensor. Mount this accelerometer on your bicycle or affix it to your lab cart without any dragging cables.
Version 4.2.1 of Graphical Analysis for ChromeOS™, macOS™, and Windows® is now available. The Chrome version is in the Chrome Web Store, and the computer versions are available on the Vernier Graphical Analysis web page.
With the Go Direct® Wide-Range Temperature Probe, your students can conduct an experiment within the laboratory fume hood while collecting data at their lab station. A range of –20 to 330 °C allows for investigations such as determining the melting point of caffeine or the boiling point of different vegetable oils.