Posts tagged with: LQ-MINI

Technical specifications: Maximum sampling rate with computers: 1 sensor – 100,000 samples/second 2 or more sensors – 10,000 samples/second Maximum sampling rate with Chromebooks: 10,000......
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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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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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The information below is relevant if using specific Vernier interfaces (LabPro, original LabQuest, LabQuest Mini, and LabQuest Stream) connected to a Windows computer running Logger......
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Logger Pro version 3.11 and newer use different USB drivers for original LabQuest and LabQuest Mini than version 3.10 and older. If you are upgrading......
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This information pertains to the LabQuest, LabQuest Mini. As of May 2016 all devices in the LabQuest and LabQuest Mini were converted to use a......
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DIY projects that were made with older versions of the LabQuest SDK (NGIO_lib) will not be able to communicate with a LabQuest or LabQuest Mini......
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Below is a table that compares the different features of our LabQuest interfaces: Recommended when: Computers, Chromebooks, and tablets are not available/desirable in the lab......
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While you cannot use the LabQuest Mini or LabQuest Stream to drive the Power Amplifier directly, you can use these interfaces to monitor the internal......
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If you already own several LabPros that you use with computers and are looking to add additional stations, the LabQuest Mini is our recommended option.......
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