Below is a good list of Vernier equipment that supports AP Physics 1 and 2. Since no two physics instructors teach AP physics in exactly the same way, this list may not have everything needed, and may include sensors that are not needed in your curriculum. You will want to add or remove items depending on the sensors and equipment you currently have, as well as your preferences and teaching style.

The Standard Physics Package is a good starting point:
Physics LabQuest 3 Standard Package (LQ3-PHY-DX) contains

For AP Physics 1, you will need both Advanced Physics with Vernier — Mechanics (PHYS-AM) and Advanced Physics with Vernier — Beyond Mechanics (PHYS-ABM), as well as additional probeware. Order these sensors to add to the above list:

And, order this required lab equipment:

The following sensors and accessories would ideally be purchased per lab station, but also work quite well for large group demonstrations. Depending on your budget, you may wish to purchase one per lab station or just one per class:

For AP Physics 2, you will need Nuclear Radiation with Vernier (NRV-E) and additional probeware to the Standard Package listed above. Order these sensors a la carte:

And, order this required lab equipment:

These lists are based on the full contents in the Advanced Physics – Mechanics and Advanced Physics – Beyond Mechanics lab books. If you will be performing a subset of experiments from the books, you may be able to strike some items from the list. See the table of contents pages (Mechanics and Beyond Mechanics) to see a list of equipment needed for each experiment. We also have a list of correlations between the AP Physics curriculum and Vernier lab books.

See also:
What do I need to purchase to do AP Physics C?