LabQuest sensors require an interface from the LabQuest family to send data to computers, Chromebooks, and iOS and Android devices.
|LabQuest 2||LabQuest Mini|
|Built-in Color Screen||Yes||No|
|Connectivity||Wi-Fi and USB||USB|
Chromebooks, Windows and macOS Computers, iOS, and Android
Windows and macOS Computers
LabQuest 2 can be used as a standalone data collection and analysis device with its built-in app. No software installation needed on computers.
Each lab book includes a searchable PDF of the entire book, word-processing files for student experiments, teacher information files including sample data and graphs, a complete materials and supplies list, and other supplemental resources.
The printed version includes everything in the electronic version, plus a printed copy of the book.
- Drop Counter vs. buret
You can perform a number of titration experiments from Vernier Chemistry Investigations for Use with AP* Chemistry with either a buret or a Vernier Drop Counter. When the Drop Counter is connected with a sensor (e.g., pH, conductivity), the software will automatically set up the correct data-collection mode for you. Remember that the sensor in the solution has a limit on how fast it can respond, so make sure to set the drop rate to between 1 and 2 seconds per drop. Also, stir your solution really well during the titration.
- Electrode Amplifier with pH and ORP
- The Electrode Amplifier has two preset modes of operation built in; pH and mV. The BNC connection allows you to interchange the electrodes attached to it, which means you can use the same Electrode Amplifier with either a pH or an ORP (oxidation-reduction potential) electrode to save money. When you set up your order, purchase a single Electrode Amplifier, a pH Electrode BNC, and an ORP Electrode BNC. The option to change between pH and mV is built into the software.
Chemistry Educational Technology Specialist
All prices shown are for U.S. educators.