Posts tagged with: Go!Link

The Go!Link originally came out in 2004. As time went on some of the components we were using in the original design were no longer......
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Product Overview Troubleshooting The LED on the Go!Link is a useful troubleshooting tool. When working correctly, the LED on the Go!Link is green. If your......
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When using or with a on the 565 nm setting, you may occasionally see a bad value, typically 108% T, after calibration. This value should......
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The LED on the Go!Temp, Go!Motion, Go!Link, LabQuest Mini, or LabQuest Stream is a useful troubleshooting tool: LED Color Device Status Solution Green Receiving power......
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LabQuest 2 can’t collect from Go! Devices at rates slower than two samples/hr. Go!Temp and Go!Link both have this issue. If you try to collect......
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Note: This issue is fixed in Logger Pro 3.8.6.2 and Logger Lite 1.7 and higher. Windows 8.1 changed the default suspend/stop behavior for Human Interface......
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Perhaps the best way to answer this is to say which sensors do not work with EasyLink and EasyData. The following sensors are not supported......
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The is not compatible with . When connected together, Logger Pro and Logger Light will incorrectly identify the Ethanol Sensor as an O2 Gas sensor.......
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Go!Temp, Go!Link and Go!Motion devices are designed for use with computers. As such they come with USB cables with standard-A connectors for connection to the......
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The newer CO2 Gas Sensor with the 0-10,000 ppm and 0-100,000 ppm ranges is not supported by the original Go!Link. Check to see if you......
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