Vernier Software and Technology
Vernier Software & Technology

iPad® for Data Collection and Analysis

iPad data collection with Go Wireless pH

Overview

Collecting data on iPad®, iPhone®, or iPod® touch? We offer several options for data acquisition—LabQuest Stream, Go Wireless® Link, and Go Direct technology.

LabQuest Stream allows students to collect data using one or more sensors with an iPad. This wireless sensor hub is compatible with over 65 Vernier sensors.

Go Direct sensors communicate directly with your mobile device. They provide a low cost way to measure temperature, pH, and more. Go Wireless Link provides a low-cost solution to adapt over 55 Vernier sensors to be used with your iPad.

Regardless of your choice, using our free, award-winning Graphical Analysis 4 app, students can draw predictions, deeply analyze data, and draw conclusions based on evidence.

How It Works

  1. Students in a lab group set up an experiment with Vernier sensors and an interface with wireless capabilities, such as LabQuest Stream.
  2. Using the Graphical Analysis 4 app for iOS or Android, students set experiment parameters and start data collection.
  3. Real-time sensor data is shown in a graph, a meter, or a table to accommodate different learning styles.
  4. Data can be analyzed on the mobile device in class or at home.

What You Need

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    Graphical Analysis 4 app

    Graphical Analysis 4 allows students to wirelessly collect, analyze, and share sensor data on iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch. The unique touch interface is designed for iPad and provides a fluid, intuitive, and personal experience as individual students create and share data analysis. Graphical Analysis 4 app

  2. LabQuest Stream
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    LabQuest Stream

    With LabQuest Stream, our wireless sensor interface, students have the freedom and flexibility to simultaneously collect data from multiple Vernier sensors using an iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch. Just like the name suggests, students can stream data directly to a mobile device using Bluetooth® connectivity. LabQuest Stream

  3. Vernier Sensors
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    Sensors

    Vernier sensors are rugged, classroom-proven technology that are well supported and easy to use. Choose from over 65 sensors for your experiments.

    Compatible Sensors with LabQuest Stream

    Compatibility Notes

    1. Requires a Motion Detector Cable to connect to a DIG port on the interface
    2. Requires a BNC electrode
    3. Data collection will be in mV only. The pH calibration is not supported.
    4. This software cannot apply digital filters to EKG data.
    5. Software does not support the Data Tagging feature that is typically used with this sensor.
    6. Requires an additional signal source, such as LabQuest 2 running the Power Amplifier app or a computer running the Power Amplifier Function Generator Software, to control the Power Amplifier output
    7. Data can be collected using the sensor’s default calibration only.
    8. Use with an electrode such as a pH Sensor, Conductivity Probe, or ORP Sensor.
    9. Requires manual setup of Resistance and Power data using calculated columns.
    10. This interface/software combination can only collect force data; displacement measurements are not supported.

Wireless Technology

Looking for an affordable way to use Vernier sensors with your mobile device? Consider Go Direct sensors if you prefer all-in-one sensors, without the need for an interface. Or, check out our Go Wireless Link single-channel interface that works with many of our standard sensors.

Wireless Data Sharing

LabQuest 2

Working in a collaborative model? Try the Data Sharing features of LabQuest 2. Classrooms collecting data on iOS devices can use LabQuest 2, which wirelessly streams data using a Wi-Fi connection. Students work together in a lab group, collect data on one LabQuest 2 interface (using one or more sensors), and then share data with other students in their lab group for individual analysis. Data Sharing is a one-to-many solution that’s both elegant and powerful.

Learn more about Wireless Data Sharing »

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