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Item #: AP8152

Price: $103.80

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NeuLog Force Logger Sensor provides a hands-on experience measuring and understanding the mass-to-weight relationship. Force logger sensor can be used to measure push/pull forces and impacts.

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Product Details

The NeuLog fully autonomous logger sensors will meet all of your classroom needs while saving space in your budget! NeuLog is a set of independent computer-based modules, complete with a data logger, flash memory and a sensor—all in one single smart unit. They are easy to use and require no calibration or setup time. Designed with a plug-and-play concept in mind, NeuLog sensors will deliver accurate and reliable readings as soon as you are connected, with no need for expensive hardware hubs.

Features include:

  • Converts the measured parameters into processed value.
  • Stores up to 5 experiments in the flash memory.
  • Sends the data in digital form to a viewer unit, PC or tablet.
  • Easily calibrates by one push of a button.
  • Uses software to change ranges and gains.
  • Able to upload saved experiments to a PC at any time.
  • Has the most intuitive, rich and friendly NeuLog software and applications for browsers, including On-Line mode, Off-Line mode, tables, graphs, data analysis, double axis setup, statistic operations, mathematical operations.

The sensors are truly flexible and work with PC, Mac, tablets and smartphones. The NeuLog software is browser-based and will work with any hardware and software of the future with no need for upgrades or extra purchases. NeuLog allows for 1 to 10 sensors per experiment so you can comprehensively track all important variables in your setup!

Specifications

Give students hands-on experience measuring and understanding the mass-to-weight relationship with the NeuLog Force Logger Sensor. The sensor can be used to measure push/pull forces and impacts. A hook at the bottom of sensor can be connected to various pulling loads or used to hang weights and measure the force on either side of the probe. Sensor can be operated facing upward, downward or at any intermediate position. Measurement shown in newtons (N), with experiment duration of 50 milliseconds to 31 days.