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LabQuest Stream Flexible Data Collection for Experiments

February 14, 2016

LabQuest Stream is a wireless and USB sensor interface. It helps students with scientific data collection for experiments. This tool works on a mobile device, Chromebook, or computer. No matter what type of device students are using, LabQuest Stream provides educators the freedom and flexibility to collect data using a wide variety of computing platforms. It is compatible with more than 50 Vernier sensors and  Vernier Graphical Analysis apps, Logger Pro, and Logger Lite software.

Data Collection for Experiments

LabQuest Stream Flexible Data Collection for ExperimentsTeachers looking to take science experiments to the next level will certainly love this powerful data-collection and analysis tool. The interface’s five sensor ports support a wide array of Vernier sensors for conducting multi-variable experiments and data-logging activities. Students can use LabQuest Stream to collect up to 10,000 samples per second using wireless functionality or up to 100,000 samples per second when using USB connectivity. LabQuest Stream also includes a high-capacity, rechargeable battery allowing teachers to conduct multiple lab experiments each day.

Learn more about LabQuest Stream by visiting their website!

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