LabQuest 3 LabQuest Stream LabQuest Mini Go!Link Supported Devices ● Standalone● Computers● Chromebooks™● Phones/Tablets ● Computers● Chromebooks™● Phones/Tablets ● Computers● Chromebooks™ ● Computers● Chromebooks™● LabQuest......
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The was designed to produce both DC and AC output voltages by taking advantage of both channels of a 3.5 mm audio cable, the cable......
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The battery will typically last between two and five years. If the battery can no longer hold a charge, the sensor can still be used......
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The is used for sound and circuit experiments and simply amplifies the input signal fed to it. There are a number of sources you may......
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The is a useful in wave, oscillation, and resonance investigations, both mechanical and electric. Below are a variety of experiments in which the Power Amplifier’s......
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Our LabQuest sensors all use BTA/BTD (British Telecom Analog/Digital) cables to connect to a Vernier interface. BTA/BTD connectors have 6 pins and therefore BTA/BTD cables......
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Yes, you can drive the output of the using our Logger Pro software and a or or . Control of the Power Amplifier from the......
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is a lab interface for use with LabVIEW and engineering education. The analog output on SensorDAQ is on the screw terminal connections. It has a......
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Certificate failures typically* are caused by the clock being very wrong (not by seconds, but by days or even years,) while you at attempt to......
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Arbor Scientific Item # 94-1970 is less expensive than either the or . Advantages of the Vernier options include: -More reproducible results because the Vernier......
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