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You can collect angular velocity data using the attached to the beam of the . However, you must use a photogate to collect angular velocity......
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This information pertains to Go Direct Photogates. For information about using Vernier (BTD) Photogates, see The Science Olympiad Scrambler event suggests using laser photogates to......
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Specifications and User Guide TROUBLESHOOTING -Primary Test: Is the unit powered on or connected to a USB power source? -Secondary Test: Connect the Photogate to......
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This information applies to a Go Direct Photogate For information about measuring acceleration using a Vernier (BTD) Photogate, see To measure acceleration, there are several......
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This information pertains to Vernier (BTD) Photogates. For information about using Go Direct Photogates, see The Science Olympiad Scrambler event suggests using laser photogates to......
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There are a few reasons you might want to collect data with both a Motion Encoder and a photogate at the same time. One example......
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Parker Moreland did an excellent analysis on measuring g with a photogate and suggests a procedure for minimizing error. This article also includes a formula......
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Yes. We have tested this with the and it effectively activates the photogate’s photo-transistor. A Class 2 laser is generally considered safe as the blink......
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Check the position of the sliding shutter on the inside of the photogate. Since the shutter is black, it is easy to miss its position.......
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If your projectile launcher photogates always reads unblocked or blocked, here are a few things to check:      – Clean the barrel of the launcher with......
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