Posts tagged with: GW TEMP

Go Wireless Temp can be used with Logger Pro 3.11 or newer on computers with both a compatible Bluetooth radio and operating system. Compatible operating......
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Data Collection with Go Wireless Temp FAQs Q: What are the steps to start data collection with a Go Wireless Temp? A: Follow the instructions......
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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......
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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......
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You can find this information using the Go Wireless data-collection software. Go Wireless app or Graphical Analysis (v2.0 or newer) for iPad, iPhone, and iPod......
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By default, Go Wireless sensors are shipped with the same default name. When using multiple sensors in the same classroom, it can be advantageous to......
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Below are some frequently asked questions regarding the battery for Go Wireless sensors. Q: Is there a way to tell the status of the battery?......
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The power button on a Go Wireless sensor is used to control the power state. – Press the button once to turn on the Go......
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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......
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In order to use the LabQuest 2 with a Go Wireless Temp having firmware version 1.90, the LabQuest must be running v2.4 or newer. Get......
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