Posts tagged with: Lab Cradle

The Collect button in the DataQuest software will not activate until a sensor is detected. A connected sensor may not be detected if the battery......
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This information pertains to LabQuest 2. If you have an original LabQuest, see this article. The combination of an older version of (shipped before August......
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The , is supported by the TI-Nspire Lab Cradle, but only if the correct cable is used. Until June 2011, DRMs were shipped with a......
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There is no printed manual for the DataQuest application. Instead, Texas Instruments has incorporated online-help topics in the software. Additionally, the link below includes excerpts......
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Handhelds Using multiple Lab Cradles or EasyLinks on a TI-Nspire handheld is generally not possible and not recommended. Computers The TI-Nspire software does not support......
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EasyTemp (or Go!Temp) – No EasyLink (or Go!Link) – No CBR 2 (or Go!Motion) – Requires Special Cable not included with sensor The Lab Cradle......
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In general, we do not recommend the use of USB-direct sensors (EasyTemp/Go!Temp, CBR2/Go!Motion) or interfaces (EasyLink/Go!Link) while using the Lab Cradle. This combination of data......
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