Go! Motion (GO-MOT)
Specifications and User Guide

Go!Motion works with our free software for Windows and Mac computers: Logger Lite. For more information about Logger Lite, see:
     http://www.vernier.com/ll
Go!Motion also works with our free software for Windows, Mac, and Chromebooks: Graphical Analysis. Download Graphical Analysis from the Chrome Web Store, or from our website:
     http://www.vernier.com/ga
Go!Motion can also be used with Logger Pro. For more information see:
     http://www.vernier.com/lp

To use Go!Motion with Android or iOS devices, you will need our free app Graphical Analysis, either the LabQuest 2 (LABQ2) or LabQuest Stream (LQ-STREAM) interface, and if you are using LabQuest Stream, a cable to connect the Go!Motion to the interface: Digital Sensor Cable (MDC-BTD)

For troubleshooting information and a detailed comparison of Motion Detector models, see:
Motion Detector Troubleshooting and FAQs

Product Overview
Do Go! devices work with my LabQuest 2 or original LabQuest?
What are the system requirements for Logger Pro and Logger Lite?
What are the differences between Logger Pro and Logger Lite?
Can you create new match files for Logger Pro?
Should I get a Motion Detector or a CBR?
How do you create new match files for MacMotion or Motion?
Should I use a photogate or a Motion Detector?
Will your Motion Detector show the speed of a (car, baseball, racquetball)?
Which motion detector should I buy? What are the differences between them?

Troubleshooting
The LED on the Go!Motion is a useful troubleshooting tool. When working correctly, the LED on the Go!Motion is green. If your LED is not green, see:
     The LED on my Go! device or LabQuest Mini is not green. What does that mean?
Why am I getting Motion Detector readings that are noisy or max out at a certain distance?
Why don't I get a freefall acceleration value of 9.8 m/s2 when using a Motion Detector?
My Motion Detector is not collecting data with DataMate and LabPro.
My motion detector still reads 0.004 m after zeroing.
How do I improve the results from a Motion Detector with an air track?
A mass fell into my Motion Detector and dented the screen. Can the gold mesh screen be repaired?
How do I attach the Motion Detector bracket to the Vernier track?
Which Motion Detector model do I have?

Since the Go! Motion and the regular Motion Detector are nearly identical, see also:
Motion Detector Troubleshooting and FAQs

SPECIFICATIONS
– order code: GO-MOT
– ultrasound frequency: 50 kHz
– resolution: 1 mm
– accuracy: 2 mm
– range: 0.15 m to 6 m
– speed of ultrasound used to calculate distance: 343 m/s *
– power: 51 mA while running

*The Go! Motion has a built-in temperature sensor and applies a correction to the speed of sound automatically.

CALIBRATION
– There is no need to calibrate the Go!Motion.

RELATED VERNIER PRODUCTS
Motion Detector (MD-BTD)
Go Direct® Motion Detector (GDX-MD)
Motion Detector Clamp (MD-CLAMP)
Digital Sensor Cable (MDC-BTD)
Motion Detector Bracket (DTS-MDB)
Digital Extension Cable (EXT-BTD), 2 m in length