Go Direct® Temperature Probe

Go Direct® Temperature Probe

Go Direct® Temperature Probe

$69.00$599.00

The Go Direct Temperature Probe is a rugged, general-purpose sensor that students can use to monitor temperature. It connects via Bluetooth® wireless technology or via USB to your device.

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Unlike a traditional thermometer, Go Direct Temperature allows students to collect real-time temperature measurements of a single instance or over a period of time. Its range and wireless capability make Go Direct Temperature the go-to sensor for real-world applications.

Use this sensor in a variety of experiments:

  • Conduct endothermic and exothermic reactions.
  • Investigate the freezing and melting of water.
  • Measure the energy content of foods.
  • Examine the absorption of radiant energy.
  • Monitor environmental conditions.

Rechargeable Battery—Ready When You Are

The robust rechargeable battery offers long battery life and provides always-ready operation when using the sensor wirelessly. Monitor battery life directly from our free Vernier Graphical Analysis™ app, as well as Graphical Analysis Pro and LabQuest® 3. Should the battery run low, simply connect the sensor to the charging cable and keep on collecting–no interruptions or inconvenience to you or your students.

Wireless or Wired—The Flexibility to Choose

Our Go Direct sensors connect directly to your mobile device, Chromebook, or computer using our free Graphical Analysis app–no additional equipment or software purchases are necessary. Go Direct sensors can be used wired via USB or wirelessly via Bluetooth® wireless technology, allowing you to choose the solution best for your classroom or laboratory.

Go Direct Temperature Teacher Pack

Purchase a Go Direct Temperature Teacher Pack to receive a discount on 8 Go Direct Temperature Probes and a Go Direct® Charge Station. The Go Direct Charge Station will charge up to 16 Go Direct sensors at a time.

Specifications

  • Range: –40 to 125°C
  • Handle range: –10 to 45°C
  • Resolution: 0.01°C
  • Accuracy: ±0.25°C
  • Response time (for 90% change in reading): 10 seconds in water with stirring
  • Connections:
    • Wireless: Bluetooth
    • Wired: USB

Experiments

Elementary School (25 experiments)
Middle School (52 experiments)
ExperimentLab Book
Endothermic ReactionsMiddle School Explorations: Chemical Reactions
Exothermic ReactionsMiddle School Explorations: Chemical Reactions
Precipitate FormationMiddle School Explorations: Chemical Reactions
Metals and AcidsMiddle School Explorations: Chemical Reactions
Putting It All TogetherMiddle School Explorations: Chemical Reactions
Schoolyard StudyExploring Earth and Space Science
What Causes the Seasons?Exploring Earth and Space Science
Solar HomesExploring Earth and Space Science
Introduction to Data CollectionExploring Earth and Space Science
A Water Field StudyExploring Earth and Space Science
Heating of Land and WaterExploring Earth and Space Science
The Greenhouse EffectExploring Earth and Space Science
Relative HumidityExploring Earth and Space Science
Absorption of Radiant EnergyExploring Earth and Space Science
A Hot HandExploring Physical Science
Introduction to Data CollectionExploring Physical Science
Boiling Temperature of WaterExploring Physical Science
Freezing Temperature of WaterExploring Physical Science
How Low Can You Go? Freezer Bag Ice CreamExploring Physical Science
A Good Cold PackExploring Physical Science
Cooling Rates: Shaq vs. SuzieExploring Physical Science
A Good SockExploring Physical Science
What Causes the Seasons?Middle School Science with Vernier
Solar HomesMiddle School Science with Vernier
Boiling Temperature of WaterMiddle School Science with Vernier
Freezing and Melting of WaterMiddle School Science with Vernier
How Low Can You Go?Middle School Science with Vernier
A Good Cold PackMiddle School Science with Vernier
A Hot HandMiddle School Science with Vernier
A Water Field StudyMiddle School Science with Vernier
Cooling Rates: Shaq vs. SusieMiddle School Science with Vernier
Heating of Land and WaterMiddle School Science with Vernier
The Greenhouse EffectMiddle School Science with Vernier
Relative HumidityMiddle School Science with Vernier
Schoolyard StudyMiddle School Science with Vernier
A Good SockMiddle School Science with Vernier
Energy Content of FoodsPhysical Science with Vernier
Absorption of Radiant EnergyPhysical Science with Vernier
An Insulated Cola BottlePhysical Science with Vernier
A Good SockPhysical Science with Vernier
Insolation AnglePhysical Science with Vernier
Solar Homes and Heat SinksPhysical Science with Vernier
Temperature Probe Response TimePhysical Science with Vernier
Boiling Temperature of WaterPhysical Science with Vernier
Gas Temperature and PressurePhysical Science with Vernier
Freezing and Melting of WaterPhysical Science with Vernier
Evaporation of AlcoholsPhysical Science with Vernier
Endothermic and Exothermic ReactionsPhysical Science with Vernier
Neutralization ReactionsPhysical Science with Vernier
Mixing Warm and Cold WaterPhysical Science with Vernier
Heat of FusionPhysical Science with Vernier
Energy Content of FuelsPhysical Science with Vernier
High School (76 experiments)
ExperimentLab Book
Investigating Commercial Hand WarmersVernier Chemistry Investigations for Use with AP* Chemistry
Soil TemperatureAgricultural Science with Vernier
The Greenhouse EffectAgricultural Science with Vernier
Energy in FoodAgricultural Science with Vernier
Introduction to Data CollectionAgricultural Science with Vernier
Animal TemperatureAgricultural Science with Vernier
Energy Content of FuelsAgricultural Science with Vernier
Watershed TestingAgricultural Science with Vernier
Biodiversity and EcosystemsAgricultural Science with Vernier
Reflection and Absorption of LightAgricultural Science with Vernier
Sugar Metabolism with Yeast (Carbon Dioxide Gas)Investigating Biology through Inquiry
Fermentation with YeastInvestigating Biology through Inquiry
Biodiversity and EcosystemsBiology with Vernier
Aerobic RespirationBiology with Vernier
Energy in FoodBiology with Vernier
The Decomposition of Hydrogen PeroxideAdvanced Chemistry with Vernier
Determining the Enthalpy of a Chemical ReactionAdvanced Chemistry with Vernier
The Synthesis of AlumAdvanced Chemistry with Vernier
The Analysis of AlumAdvanced Chemistry with Vernier
The Enthalpy of Neutralization of Phosphoric AcidAdvanced Chemistry with Vernier
Exploring the Properties of GasesAdvanced Chemistry with Vernier
Vapor Pressure and Heat of VaporizationAdvanced Chemistry with Vernier
Rate Determination and Activation EnergyAdvanced Chemistry with Vernier
The Molar Mass of a Volatile LiquidAdvanced Chemistry with Vernier
Using Freezing-Point Depression to Find Molecular WeightAdvanced Chemistry with Vernier
The Molar Volume of a GasAdvanced Chemistry with Vernier
Determining the Mole Ratios in a Chemical ReactionAdvanced Chemistry with Vernier
Reaction StoichiometryInvestigating Chemistry through Inquiry
Colligative Properties of SolutionsInvestigating Chemistry through Inquiry
Long Term Water MonitoringInvestigating Chemistry through Inquiry
Vapor Pressure and Heat of Vaporization InvestigationsInvestigating Chemistry through Inquiry
Physical Properties of WaterInvestigating 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
Baking Soda and Vinegar InvestigationsInvestigating Chemistry through Inquiry
An Investigation of Urea-Containing Cold PacksInvestigating Chemistry through Inquiry
Identifying a Pure SubstanceInvestigating Chemistry through Inquiry
Investigating the Energy Content of FoodsInvestigating Chemistry through Inquiry
Investigating the Energy Content of FuelsInvestigating Chemistry through Inquiry
Evaporation and Intermolecular AttractionsInvestigating Chemistry through Inquiry
Enthalpy ChangesInvestigating Chemistry through Inquiry
Vapor Pressure of LiquidsChemistry with Vernier
Effect of Temperature on Solubility of a SaltChemistry with Vernier
Using Freezing Point Depression to Find Molecular WeightChemistry with Vernier
Energy Content of FoodsChemistry with Vernier
Energy Content of FuelsChemistry with Vernier
Additivity of Heats of Reaction: Hess's LawChemistry with Vernier
Heat of Combustion: MagnesiumChemistry with Vernier
Endothermic and Exothermic ReactionsChemistry with Vernier
Freezing and Melting of WaterChemistry with Vernier
Another Look at Freezing TemperatureChemistry with Vernier
Heat of Fusion of IceChemistry with Vernier
Pressure-Temperature Relationship in GasesChemistry with Vernier
Fractional DistillationChemistry with Vernier
Evaporation and Intermolecular AttractionsChemistry with Vernier
Absorption of Radiant EnergyMiddle School Science with Vernier
Energy Content of FoodsPhysical Science with Vernier
Absorption of Radiant EnergyPhysical Science with Vernier
An Insulated Cola BottlePhysical Science with Vernier
A Good SockPhysical Science with Vernier
Insolation AnglePhysical Science with Vernier
Solar Homes and Heat SinksPhysical Science with Vernier
Temperature Probe Response TimePhysical Science with Vernier
Boiling Temperature of WaterPhysical Science with Vernier
Gas Temperature and PressurePhysical Science with Vernier
Freezing and Melting of WaterPhysical Science with Vernier
Evaporation of AlcoholsPhysical Science with Vernier
Endothermic and Exothermic ReactionsPhysical Science with Vernier
Neutralization ReactionsPhysical Science with Vernier
Mixing Warm and Cold WaterPhysical Science with Vernier
Heat of FusionPhysical Science with Vernier
Energy Content of FuelsPhysical Science with Vernier
Newton's Law of CoolingPhysics with Vernier
Speed of SoundPhysics with Vernier
College (44 experiments)
ExperimentLab Book
Soil TemperatureAgricultural Science with Vernier
The Greenhouse EffectAgricultural Science with Vernier
Energy in FoodAgricultural Science with Vernier
Introduction to Data CollectionAgricultural Science with Vernier
Animal TemperatureAgricultural Science with Vernier
Energy Content of FuelsAgricultural Science with Vernier
Watershed TestingAgricultural Science with Vernier
Biodiversity and EcosystemsAgricultural Science with Vernier
Reflection and Absorption of LightAgricultural Science with Vernier
Sugar Metabolism with Yeast (Carbon Dioxide Gas)Investigating Biology through Inquiry
Fermentation with YeastInvestigating Biology through Inquiry
Biodiversity and EcosystemsBiology with Vernier
Aerobic RespirationBiology with Vernier
Energy in FoodBiology with Vernier
The Decomposition of Hydrogen PeroxideAdvanced Chemistry with Vernier
Determining the Enthalpy of a Chemical ReactionAdvanced Chemistry with Vernier
The Synthesis of AlumAdvanced Chemistry with Vernier
The Analysis of AlumAdvanced Chemistry with Vernier
The Enthalpy of Neutralization of Phosphoric AcidAdvanced Chemistry with Vernier
Exploring the Properties of GasesAdvanced Chemistry with Vernier
Vapor Pressure and Heat of VaporizationAdvanced Chemistry with Vernier
Rate Determination and Activation EnergyAdvanced Chemistry with Vernier
The Molar Mass of a Volatile LiquidAdvanced Chemistry with Vernier
Using Freezing-Point Depression to Find Molecular WeightAdvanced Chemistry with Vernier
The Molar Volume of a GasAdvanced Chemistry with Vernier
Determining the Mole Ratios in a Chemical ReactionAdvanced Chemistry with Vernier
Reaction StoichiometryInvestigating Chemistry through Inquiry
Colligative Properties of SolutionsInvestigating Chemistry through Inquiry
Long Term Water MonitoringInvestigating Chemistry through Inquiry
Vapor Pressure and Heat of Vaporization InvestigationsInvestigating Chemistry through Inquiry
Physical Properties of WaterInvestigating 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
Baking Soda and Vinegar InvestigationsInvestigating Chemistry through Inquiry
An Investigation of Urea-Containing Cold PacksInvestigating Chemistry through Inquiry
Identifying a Pure SubstanceInvestigating Chemistry through Inquiry
Investigating the Energy Content of FoodsInvestigating Chemistry through Inquiry
Investigating the Energy Content of FuelsInvestigating Chemistry through Inquiry
Evaporation and Intermolecular AttractionsInvestigating Chemistry through Inquiry
Enthalpy ChangesInvestigating Chemistry through Inquiry
Newton's Law of CoolingPhysics with Vernier
Speed of SoundPhysics with Vernier

Requirements

Choose a platform below to see its compatibility requirements.

LabQuest
InterfaceLabQuest App
LabQuest® 3Full support
LabQuest 2 (discontinued)Full support 1
LabQuest (discontinued)Incompatible

Compatibility Notes

  1. Wireless connection of this sensor to a LabQuest 2 requires a Go Direct Bluetooth Adapter when used with some older LabQuest 2 models.
Computers
Software
InterfaceGraphical Analysis App for Computers
Version 5.4
No interface requiredFull support 1
LabQuest® 3Full support 2 3
LabQuest 2 (discontinued)Full support 2 3

Compatibility Notes

  1. For Bluetooth® connectivity, only computers running Windows 10 or Mac OS X 10.10 or newer are supported. The computer must also have a compatible Bluetooth 4.0+ radio.
  2. Connect this sensor directly to a computer or Chromebook via a USB or wireless Bluetooth® connection for best results. Alternatively, this sensor is fully supported when used with LabQuest 2 or LabQuest 3 when the LabQuest is connected to a computer or Chromebook via Wireless Data Sharing.
  3. Wireless connection of this sensor to a LabQuest 2 requires a Go Direct Bluetooth Adapter when used with some older LabQuest 2 models.
Chromebook
Software
InterfaceGraphical Analysis App for Chrome
Version 5.4
No interface requiredFull support
LabQuest® 3Full support 1 2
LabQuest 2 (discontinued)Full support 1 2

Compatibility Notes

  1. Connect this sensor directly to a computer or Chromebook via a USB or wireless Bluetooth® connection for best results. Alternatively, this sensor is fully supported when used with LabQuest 2 or LabQuest 3 when the LabQuest is connected to a computer or Chromebook via Wireless Data Sharing.
  2. Wireless connection of this sensor to a LabQuest 2 requires a Go Direct Bluetooth Adapter when used with some older LabQuest 2 models.
iOS
Software
InterfaceGraphical Analysis App for iOS
Version 5.4
Graphical Analysis GW for iOS
Version 4.0.6
No interface requiredFull supportFull support
LabQuest® 3Full support 1 2 3Full support 1 2 3
LabQuest 2 (discontinued)Full support 1 2 3Full support 1 2 3

Compatibility Notes

  1. Connect this sensor directly to a supported mobile device via a wireless Bluetooth® connection for best results.
  2. iOS and Android devices can only connect to LabQuest 2 or LabQuest 3 via Wireless Data Sharing.
  3. Wireless connection of this sensor to a LabQuest 2 requires a Go Direct Bluetooth Adapter when used with some older LabQuest 2 models.
Android
Software
InterfaceGraphical Analysis App for Android
Version 5.4
Graphical Analysis GW for Android
Version 3.2
Google Science Journal
Version 1.2.259
No interface requiredFull supportIncompatibleFull support 1
LabQuest® 3Full support 2 3 4Full support 2 3Incompatible
LabQuest 2 (discontinued)Full support 2 3 4Full support 2 3Incompatible

Compatibility Notes

  1. In addition to having the Science Journal app installed and the Location permission enabled, you must also install Graphical Analysis 4 on your Android device to use this sensor.
  2. Wireless connection of this sensor to a LabQuest 2 requires a Go Direct Bluetooth Adapter when used with some older LabQuest 2 models.
  3. iOS and Android devices can only connect to LabQuest 2 or LabQuest 3 via Wireless Data Sharing.
  4. Connect this sensor directly to a supported mobile device via a wireless Bluetooth® connection for best results.
Javascript
Software
InterfaceJavascript
No interface requiredFull support 1

Compatibility Notes

  1. A wireless Bluetooth® connection can be made with Go Direct sensors on any platform running a browser with WebBluetooth support. However, only a few operating systems have been tested and testing has been limited.
Scratch
Software
InterfaceScratch 3
No interface requiredFull support 1

Compatibility Notes

  1. Requires ScratchLink software to connect to Scratch 3
Python
Software
InterfacePython
No interface requiredFull support
LabVIEW
Software
InterfaceNI LabVIEW

What's Included

Go Direct Temperature

  • Go Direct Temperature Probe
  • Micro USB Cable
  • Quick-start guide

Go Direct Temperature Teacher Pack

  • 8 Go Direct Temperature Probes
  • Charge Station
  • 8 Micro USB Cables
  • Quick-start guide

Accessories

AccessoryOrder CodePriceQuantity
Go Direct® Charge StationGDX-CRG$69.00
Go Direct® Sensor ClampGDX-CLAMP$12.00

Support

Warranty

5-year limited warranty (1 year on battery)
See our warranty policy

Replacement Parts

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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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