Posts tagged with: LabPro

Logger Pro will display the message “No Device Connected” in the toolbar when a LabPro cannot be found by the software. Below are troubleshooting steps......
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LabPro has built-in firmware similar to an operating system on a computer or mobile device. It is possible for the firmware to become corrupt. Also,......
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In general, older sensors from ULIs and Serial Boxes can be used with new interfaces using an adapter that costs $5. The newer style sensors......
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LabPro User Manual: Product Overview General Troubleshooting steps: Make sure the interface has power. For trouble shooting purposes, remove the batteries from LabPro. A few......
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Newer version of Logger Pro & Logger Lite use the WinUSB driver. If you are running Logger Pro 3.11 or newer with original LabQuest or......
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Vernier Software & Technology has always encouraged instructors and students to do their own programming using our lab interfaces and sensors. We started experimenting with......
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This information pertains to the original LabQuest. If you have LabQuest 2, see this article. This document has information for device drivers that work with......
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This issue occurs when using a , with a LabPro Interface. The zero point is not maintained between experimental runs. This is caused by an......
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There are some sensors that include the autoID feature, but that feature does not work on LabPro. This is not a sensor shortcoming, but is......
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No. The CBL Photogate Adapter and the CBL Dual Photogate Adapter connect to an analog channel on an original CBL. These adapters only work with......
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