This sensor calculates the magnitude of the acceleration vector or the directional acceleration for the selected axis depending on the mode selected.
Ranges: • 0 to 250ms-2 res 0.5ms-2 • 0 to 60ms-2 res 0.1ms-2 • 0 to 15ms-2 res 0.02ms-2 • X axis ±11.5ms-2 res 0.05ms-2 • Y axis ±11.5ms-2 res 0.05ms-2 • Z axis ±11.5ms-2 res 0.05ms-2
Minimum recommended recording interval is 1 second. Also use this sensor to measure: • Velocity • Distance Applications include: • Study of Newton’s Laws (using dynamics cart) • Motion acceleration in a vehicle
• Acceleration experienced by a person on a roller coaster
E8R05747 B. Temperature Sensor
This probe is designed for general use such as the temperature measurement of air, surface or liquids.
• Range -20 to 120°C, res 0.2ºC
• Safe for use in all readily available classroom chemicals
• Minimum recommended recording interval is 10 ms for the temperature probe
E8R05787 each £36.95 C. Dual Range Force Sensor C D
The dual force sensor has 2 ranges. The low range is ideal for measuring the impacts of model cars on the sensor plate and the impulse generated by a small object such as a ping pong ball bouncing. The high range is suited to measurement of large impulses and forces associated with heavier objects.
Ranges: • Low range sensor ±8 N, res 0.01 N
• High range sensor ±50 N, res 0.2 N minimum recommended recording interval is 1ms
E8R05790 each £126.95 D. Infrared Temperature Sensor
This Temperature sensor unit is ideal for measuring the temperature of remote objects. Alongside one of our Logbook dataloggers, it can be used to measure the temperature of a remote object by simply pointing the sensor. It is most suitable for taking snapshot recordings of temperature.
Sensor Range -20 to 120 degrees Celsius Resolution 0.14 degrees Celsius E8R05805