Posts tagged with: Go Wireless

All models of LabQuest 2 will work with Go Direct sensors via USB, but pre-2014 LabQuest 2 models may need additional hardware when connecting to......
Continue Reading →
The main difference is hardware and software compatibility for each type of sensor. Go Wireless sensors were originally designed to allow for data collection on......
Continue Reading →
It is not recommended that these products be used in a vacuum or very low pressure environment such as that created by a classroom-grade vacuum......
Continue Reading →
If you have a classroom set of Go Wireless Devices it can be hard to tell one from another because they are all identical in......
Continue Reading →
If you are using Go Direct Sensors, you need to use Graphical Analysis 4 for data collection. If you are using Go Wireless Temperature, Go......
Continue Reading →
When using the LabQuest Viewer with a LabQuest 2 and Go Direct sensors, you may find that the list of discovered Go Direct sensors will......
Continue Reading →
Data Collection with Go Wireless pH/Electrode Amplifier FAQs Q: What are the steps to start data collection with a Go Wireless pH? A: Follow the......
Continue Reading →
Applies to builds of Windows 10 prior to Creators Update, version 1703. Updating Logger Pro to version 3.13 on Windows 10 will result in the......
Continue Reading →
The following applications are available for Android devices: Graphical Analysis Graphical Analysis is a native Android app available via Google Play. With this application, you......
Continue Reading →
Follow these instructions to remove or replace a , in your Go Wireless sensor. This procedure ONLY works for the GW-TEMP. Do not try replacing......
Continue Reading →