Posts tagged with: diy

Since we started this company in the early 1980’s, we have always tried to provide a way for teachers and students to “do their own......
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The can be used with any DC electronic component or output device that requires only power and ground connections, such as an LED, buzzer, or......
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and are both kits to allow students to make a basic AC generator. Short version: The SimpleGEN is simpler and we recommend it for for......
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The is a great tool for integrating Vernier sensors with simple DC output devices, like buzzers, LEDs, and fans. However, the DCU cannot operate AC......
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DIY projects that were made with older versions of the LabQuest SDK (NGIO_lib) will not be able to communicate with a LabQuest or LabQuest Mini......
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If you are using a DIY kit, which requires you to build your own tower and base, follow these instructions to create a tower from......
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The output signal is sent to the interface on two different lines: 1) A signal centered at 2.5 volts is on the standard 0-5V output......
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Vernier analog (BTA) sensors are usually used with Vernier interfaces. There are many interface options, see: http://www.vernier.com/products/interfaces/ In these cases, you just plug in the......
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The Vernier Breadboard Cables ( and ) provide an easy way to connect your sensor to a Vernier interface. Once your sensor is connected to......
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We provide a Software Developer Kit (SDK) that includes sample code in a few different languages for people to write their own apps that use......
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