Gas Pressure Sensor

Gas Pressure Sensor

Gas Pressure Sensor

$89.00

Use the Gas Pressure Sensor to monitor pressure changes of a gas in chemistry and biology experiments.

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The Gas Pressure Sensor can be used to monitor pressure changes in a gas. The range is wide enough to perform Boyle’s law yet it is sensitive enough to conduct vapor-pressure or pressure-temperature experiments. Biology teachers can use the Gas Pressure Sensor to monitor transpiration or respiration in an enclosed environment.

Specifications

  • Pressure Range: 0 to 210 kPa (0 to 2.1 atm or 0 to 1600 mm Hg)
  • Accuracy: ±4 kPa
  • Maximum pressure that the sensor can tolerate without permanent damage: 405 kPa (4 atm)

Compatibility Requirements

LabQuest 2

Full Support

The Gas Pressure Sensor is fully supported with LabQuest 2 (version 2.8.5), a standalone data logger with built-in graphing and analysis software.

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Computers
Software
InterfaceGraphical Analysis 4 for Computers
Version 4.10
Logger Pro
Version 3.15
Logger Lite
Version 1.9.4
LabQuest MiniFull supportFull supportFull support
LabQuest 2Full supportFull supportFull support
LabQuest StreamFull support 1Full supportFull support 2
Go!LinkFull supportFull supportFull support

Compatibility Notes

  1. Connect LabQuest Stream via USB. Future software updates will support connection via Bluetooth® technology
  2. Connect LabQuest Stream via USB. Wireless connection is not supported.
Chromebook
Software
InterfaceGraphical Analysis 4 for Chrome
Version 4.10
LabQuest MiniFull support
LabQuest 2Full support
LabQuest StreamFull support 1
Go!LinkFull support

Compatibility Notes

  1. Connect LabQuest Stream via USB. Future software updates will support connection via Bluetooth® technology
iOS
Software
InterfaceGraphical Analysis 4 for iOS
Version 4.10
Graphical Analysis GW for iOS
Version 4.0.6
LabQuest StreamFull supportFull support
LabQuest 2Full support 1Full support 1

Compatibility Notes

  1. iOS and Android devices can only connect to LabQuest 2 via Wireless Data Sharing.
Android
Software
InterfaceGraphical Analysis 4 for Android
Version 4.10
Graphical Analysis GW for Android
Version 3.2
Google Science Journal
Version 1.2.259
LabQuest StreamFull supportFull supportIncompatible
LabQuest 2Full support 1Full support 1Incompatible

Compatibility Notes

  1. iOS and Android devices can only connect to LabQuest 2 via Wireless Data Sharing.

Experiments

Elementary School (5 experiments)
Middle School (8 experiments)
High School (45 experiments)
ExperimentLab Book
The Effect of Acid Rain on a Marble StructureVernier Chemistry Investigations for Use with AP* Chemistry
Investigating the Purity of a MixtureVernier Chemistry Investigations for Use with AP* Chemistry
TranspirationAgricultural Science with Vernier
Enzyme Action: Testing Catalase ActivityAgricultural Science with Vernier
Lactase ActionAgricultural Science with Vernier
OsmosisAgricultural Science with Vernier
OsmosisAdvanced Biology with Vernier
Enzyme Action: Testing Catalase ActivityAdvanced Biology with Vernier
Cell Respiration (Pressure)Advanced Biology with Vernier
TranspirationAdvanced Biology with Vernier
Fermentation with YeastInvestigating Biology through Inquiry
Transpiration of PlantsInvestigating Biology through Inquiry
Investigating OsmosisInvestigating Biology through Inquiry
Testing Catalase Activity (Gas Pressure)Investigating Biology through Inquiry
TranspirationBiology with Vernier
Cell Respiration (Pressure)Biology with Vernier
Sugar FermentationBiology with Vernier
Effect of Temperature on FermentationBiology with Vernier
OsmosisBiology with Vernier
Lactase ActionBiology with Vernier
Control of Human RespirationBiology with Vernier
Enzyme Action: Testing Catalase ActivityBiology with Vernier
The Decomposition of Hydrogen PeroxideAdvanced Chemistry with Vernier
Exploring the Properties of GasesAdvanced Chemistry with Vernier
Vapor Pressure and Heat of VaporizationAdvanced Chemistry with Vernier
The Molar Mass of a Volatile LiquidAdvanced Chemistry with Vernier
The Molar Volume of a GasAdvanced Chemistry with Vernier
Vapor Pressure and Heat of Vaporization InvestigationsInvestigating Chemistry through Inquiry
Baking Soda and Vinegar Investigations RevisitedInvestigating Chemistry through Inquiry
Reaction RatesInvestigating Chemistry through Inquiry
Enzyme ActivityInvestigating Chemistry through Inquiry
Sugar Fermentation by YeastInvestigating Chemistry through Inquiry
Vapor Pressure of LiquidsChemistry with Vernier
Boyle's Law: Pressure-Volume Relationship in GasesChemistry with Vernier
Pressure-Temperature Relationship in GasesChemistry with Vernier
Data Display and Acidity TesterVernier Engineering Projects with LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Education EV3
Cartesian DiverVernier Engineering Projects with LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Education EV3
Behavior of a GasAdvanced Physics with Vernier — Beyond Mechanics
Heat EnginesAdvanced Physics with Vernier — Beyond Mechanics
Gas Pressure and VolumePhysical Science with Vernier
Gas Temperature and PressurePhysical Science with Vernier
Fun with PressurePhysical Science with Vernier
Under Pressure - The Inverse Relationship between Pressure and VolumeReal-World Math with Vernier
Pool Plunge - Linear Relationship between Water Depth and PressureReal-World Math with Vernier
Keep It Bottled Up - Rates of Pressure IncreaseReal-World Math with Vernier
College (32 experiments)
ExperimentLab Book
TranspirationAgricultural Science with Vernier
Enzyme Action: Testing Catalase ActivityAgricultural Science with Vernier
Lactase ActionAgricultural Science with Vernier
OsmosisAgricultural Science with Vernier
OsmosisAdvanced Biology with Vernier
Enzyme Action: Testing Catalase ActivityAdvanced Biology with Vernier
Cell Respiration (Pressure)Advanced Biology with Vernier
TranspirationAdvanced Biology with Vernier
Fermentation with YeastInvestigating Biology through Inquiry
Transpiration of PlantsInvestigating Biology through Inquiry
Investigating OsmosisInvestigating Biology through Inquiry
Testing Catalase Activity (Gas Pressure)Investigating Biology through Inquiry
TranspirationBiology with Vernier
Cell Respiration (Pressure)Biology with Vernier
Sugar FermentationBiology with Vernier
Effect of Temperature on FermentationBiology with Vernier
OsmosisBiology with Vernier
Lactase ActionBiology with Vernier
Control of Human RespirationBiology with Vernier
Enzyme Action: Testing Catalase ActivityBiology with Vernier
The Decomposition of Hydrogen PeroxideAdvanced Chemistry with Vernier
Exploring the Properties of GasesAdvanced Chemistry with Vernier
Vapor Pressure and Heat of VaporizationAdvanced Chemistry with Vernier
The Molar Mass of a Volatile LiquidAdvanced Chemistry with Vernier
The Molar Volume of a GasAdvanced Chemistry with Vernier
Vapor Pressure and Heat of Vaporization InvestigationsInvestigating Chemistry through Inquiry
Baking Soda and Vinegar Investigations RevisitedInvestigating Chemistry through Inquiry
Reaction RatesInvestigating Chemistry through Inquiry
Enzyme ActivityInvestigating Chemistry through Inquiry
Sugar Fermentation by YeastInvestigating Chemistry through Inquiry
Behavior of a GasAdvanced Physics with Vernier — Beyond Mechanics
Heat EnginesAdvanced Physics with Vernier — Beyond Mechanics

What's Included

  • Vernier Gas Pressure Sensor
  • Tapered valve connectors (2) inserted into a No. 5 stopper
  • Tapered valve connector (1) inserted into a No. 1 stopper
  • Two-way valve
  • 18 inch Tygon tubing with Luer Lock connectors
  • 20 mL syringe
  • White transpiration tubing clamps (2)

Support

User Manual

View User Manual

Warranty

5-year limited warranty

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Educational use only: Vernier products are designed for educational use. They are not appropriate for industrial, medical, or commercial applications.

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