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Go Direct™ Temperature Probe (VR157480)

£111.00

Description

Unlike a traditional thermometer, Go Direct Temperature allows students to collect real-time temperature measurements of a single instance or over a period of time. Its temperature range and wireless capability make Go Direct Temperature the go-to sensor for real-world applications.

The Go Direct Temperature Probe can be used in a variety of experiments:

Conduct endothermic and exothermic reactions.
Investigate the freezing and melting of water.
Measure the energy content of foods.
Examine the absorption of radiant energy.
Monitor environmental conditions.
Rechargeable Battery—Ready When You Are
The Go Direct robust rechargeable battery offers long battery life and provides always-ready operation. Monitor battery life directly from our free Graphical Analysis™ 4 app. Should the battery run low, simply connect the sensor to the charging cable and keep on collecting—no interruptions or inconvenience to you or your students.

Wired or Wireless—The Flexibility to Choose
Our Go Direct™ Temperature Probe connects directly to your mobile device, Chromebook, or computer using our free Graphical Analysis™ 4 app—no additional equipment or software purchases are necessary. Go Direct sensors can be used wired via USB or wirelessly via Bluetooth, allowing you to choose the solution best for your classroom or laboratory.

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Experiments

Investigating Chemistry through Inquiry

  • Physical Properties of Water
  • Baking Soda and Vinegar Investigations
  • An Investigation of Urea-Containing Cold Packs
  • Identifying a Pure Substance
  • Investigating the Energy Content of Foods
  • Investigating the Energy Content of Fuels
  • Evaporation and Intermolecular Attractions
  • Enthalpy Changes
  • Reaction Stoichiometry
  • Colligative Properties of Solutions
  • Long Term Water Monitoring
  • Vapor Pressure and Heat of Vaporization Investigations
  • The Effect of Acid Deposition on Aqueous Systems
  • Baking Soda and Vinegar Investigations Revisited
  • Reaction Rates
  • Enzyme Activity
  • Sugar Fermentation by Yeast

Physical Science with Vernier

  • Temperature Probe Response Time
  • Boiling Temperature of Water
  • Freezing and Melting of Water
  • Evaporation of Alcohols
  • Endothermic and Exothermic Reactions
  • Neutralisation Reactions
  • Mixing Warm and Cold Water
  • Heat of Fusion
  • Ebergt Content of Fuels
  • Energy Content of Foods
  • Absorption of Radiant Energy
  • An Insulated Cola Bottle
  • A Good Sock
  • Insolation Angle
  • Solar Homes and Heat Sinks
  • Gas Temperature and Pressure

Middle School Science with Vernier

  • A Hot Hand
  • Heating of Land and Water
  • The Greenhouse Effect
  • Relative Humidity
  • Absorption of Radiant Energy
  • Schoolyard Study
  • A Good Sock
  • What Causes the Seasons?
  • Solar Homes
  • Boiling Temperature of Water
  • Freezing and Melting of Water
  • How Low Can You Go?
  • A Good Cold Pack
  • A Water Field Study
  • Cooling Rates: Shaq vs. Susie

Chemistry with Vernier

  • Endothermic and Exothermic Reactions
  • Freezing and Melting of Water
  • Another Look at Freezing Temperature
  • Heat of Fusion of Ice
  • Pressure-Temperature Relationship in Gases
  • Fractional Distillation
  • Evaporation and Intermolecular Attractions
  • Vapour Pressure of Liquids
  • Effect of Temperature on Solubility of a Salt
  • Using Freezing Point Depression to Find Molecular Weight
  • Energy Content of Foods
  • Energy Content of Fuels
  • Additivity of Heats of Reaction: Hess’s Law
  • Heat of Combustion: Magnesium

Advanced Chemistry with Vernier

  • The Molar Mass of a Volatile Liquid
  • Using Freezing-Point Depression to Find Molecular Weight
  • The Molar Volume of a Gas
  • Determining the Mole Ratios in a Chemical Reaction
  • The Decomposition of Hydrogen Peroxide
  • Determining the Enthalpy of a Chemical Reaction
  • The Synthesis of Alum
  • The Analysis of Alum
  • The Synthesis and Analysis of Aspirin
  • The Enthalpy of Neutralisation of Phosphoric Acid
  • Exploring the Properties of Gases
  • Vapour Pressure and Heat of Vaporisation
  • Rate Determination and Activation Energy

Agricultural Science with Vernier

  • Energy Content of Fuels

Elementary Science with Vernier

  • Learning to Use Go!Temp
  • How Do Mittens Keep You Warm?
  • Baggie Mittens
  • The Sole Purpose
  • Cool Reaction!
  • Cold as Ice
  • Are We Cool or What?
  • Why Do We Need Thermometers?
  • Celsius or Fahrenheit. What’s the Difference?
  • Getting it Just Right!
  • Go!Temp Spends the Night
  • Hold Everything! Comparing Insulators
  • Keepin’ it Cool! Design Your Own Thermos
  • I’m Melting! Water Changes States
  • Solid, Liquid, Gas: Water Can Do it All!
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Specification

  • Temperature range: -40 to 125°C
  • Handle temperature range: -10 to 45°C
  • Resolution: 0.07°C
  • Connections are either wireless via Bluetooth or wired via USB.
  • Alternative part number VR157488N
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Go Direct Compatibility

Interface LabQuest App

LabQuest 3

Full Support

LabQuest 2 (Discontinued)

Full Support 1
Incompatible

COMPATIBILITY NOTES

  • 1. Wireless connection of this sensor to a LabQuest 2 requires a Go Direct Bluetooth Adapter when used with some older LabQuest 2 models.
Interface Graphical Analysis App for Computers
VERSION 5.4

NO INTERFACE REQUIRED

Full support 1

LabQuest 3

Full support 2

LabQuest 2 (Discontinued)

Full support 2 3

COMPATIBILITY NOTES

  • 1 .For Bluetooth® connectivity, only computers running Windows 10 or Mac OS X 10.10 or newer are supported. The computer must also have a compatible Bluetooth 4.0+ radio.
  • 2. Connect this sensor directly to a computer or Chromebook via a USB or wireless Bluetooth® connection for best results. Alternatively, this sensor is fully supported when used with LabQuest 2 or LabQuest 3 when the LabQuest is connected to a computer or Chromebook via Wireless Data Sharing.
  • 3. Wireless connection of this sensor to a LabQuest 2 requires a Go Direct Bluetooth Adapter when used with some older LabQuest 2 models.
Interface Graphical Analysis for Chrome
VERSION 5.4

NO INTERFACE REQUIRED

Full Support

LabQuest 3

Full Support 1

LabQuest 2 (Discontinued)

Full Support 1 2

COMPATIBILITY NOTES

  • 1. Connect this sensor directly to a computer or Chromebook via a USB or wireless Bluetooth® connection for best results. Alternatively, this sensor is fully supported when used with LabQuest 2 or LabQuest 3 when the LabQuest is connected to a computer or Chromebook via Wireless Data Sharing.
  • 2. Wireless connection of this sensor to a LabQuest 2 requires a Go Direct Bluetooth Adapter when used with some older LabQuest 2 models.
Interface Software

Graphical Analysis for iOS
VERSION 5.4

NO INTERFACE REQUIRED

Full Support

LabQuest 3

Full Support 1 2

LabQuest 2 (Discontinued)

Full Support 1 2 3

COMPATIBILITY NOTES

    • 1. Connect this sensor directly to a supported mobile device via a wireless Bluetooth® connection for best results.
    • 2. Mobile devices can only connect to LabQuest 2 or LabQuest 3 via Wireless Data Sharing.
    • 3. Wireless connection of this sensor to a LabQuest 2 requires a Go Direct Bluetooth Adapter when used with some older LabQuest 2 models.
Interface Software

Graphical Analysis for Android
VERSION 5.4

Graphical Analysis GW for Android
VERSION 3.2

NO INTERFACE REQUIRED

Full Support

Incompatiable

LabQuest 3

Full Support 1 2

Full Support 1 2

LabQuest 2 (Discontinued)

Full Support 1 2 3

Full Support 1 23

COMPATIBILITY NOTES

      • 1. Connect this sensor directly to a supported mobile device via a wireless Bluetooth® connection for best results.
      • 2. Mobile devices can only connect to LabQuest 2 or LabQuest 3 via Wireless Data Sharing.
      • 3. Wireless connection of this sensor to a LabQuest 2 requires a Go Direct Bluetooth Adapter when used with some older LabQuest 2 models.
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