This sensor can be found in the following Lab Books:-
- Blood Pressure as a Vital Sign
- Blood Pressure and Exercise
- Diurnal Blood Pressure Variation
- Heart Rate and Blood Pressure as Vital Signs
- Heart Rate, Blood Pressure, and Exercise
- Blood Pressure as a Vital Sign
- Pressure Range: 20 mm Hg to 250 mm Hg
- Typical accuracy: ±3 mm Hg
The Blood Pressure Sensor may require a compatible interface and software. Choose a platform below to see compatible interface and software options.
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- Full support of this sensor is only available when LabQuest 2 is connected to a Chromebook via Wireless Data Sharing. Future software updates will support the use of this sensor with LabQuest connected via USB to Chromebooks.
- Connect LabQuest Stream via USB. Future software updates will support connection via Bluetooth®technology
Designed for much higher forces than the Dual-Range Force Sensor, the Force Plate can measure the forces developed during stepping, jumping, and other human-scale actions. For example, you can perform the following kinds of experiments:£389.00 ex VAT | £466.80 Inc VAT Add to basket
- Observe the change in normal force during a ride in a lift.
- Measure the impulse delivered by the floor during a jump.
- Measure the reaction force as a student leans against a wall.
The Digital Control Unit (DCU), combined with features in Logger Pro, makes control of electrical devices, such as buzzers, lights, motors, pumps, and relays, both straightforward and flexible. The DCU is a great way to introduce hands-on STEM and engineering projects.£84.00 ex VAT | £100.80 Inc VAT Add to basket
The Barometer can be used to measure and monitor atmospheric pressure. It works well for conducting weather studies or experiments that involve pressures close to normal atmospheric pressure. It can also be used as an altimeter if you have a portable interface.£103.00 ex VAT | £123.60 Inc VAT Add to basket
The Constant Current System is a DC power source with a built-in current probe designed for use in electrochemistry experiments, and as such eliminates the need for a separate power supply when performing electroplating and electrolysis experiments in Chemistry. It is capable of delivering 0.6 A at 5VDC Use the Constant Current System to explore Faraday's law and determine Avogadro's Number. Note: It can only be used in conjunction with its own built-in power supply. It cannot be used to measure the current of a circuit using a different power supply.£88.00 ex VAT | £105.60 Inc VAT Add to basket
The CO2 Gas Sensor measures gaseous carbon dioxide levels in two selectable ranges of 0 to 10,000 ppm and 0 to 100,000 ppm (which covers human breath). Ideal for measuring changes in Carbon Dioxide levels during plant photosynthesis and respiration. You can easily monitor changes in CO2 levels occurring in respiration of organisms as small as crickets or beans! The CO2 Gas Sensor is easily calibrated using a calibration button. A chamber is included for running controlled experiments with small plants and animals. You may also wish to see our O2 Gas Sensor£384.00 ex VAT | £460.80 Inc VAT Add to basket
The Gas Pressure Sensor can be used to monitor pressure changes in a gas. The range is wide enough to perform Boyle's law yet it is sensitive enough to conduct vapor-pressure or pressure-temperature experiments. Biology teachers can use the Gas Pressure Sensor to monitor transpiration or respiration in an enclosed environment.£123.00 ex VAT | £147.60 Inc VAT Add to basket
The Vernier Go Wireless Exercise Heart Rate is an excellent hands-free option for continuously monitoring heart rate before, during, and after exercise or while a person is stationary. Using the chest strap, data are wirelessly transmitted to iPad, LabQuest 2, or other mobile devices that are Bluetooth® Smart Ready. It displays live heart readouts before data collection,and is ideal for running, cycling and other physical activities. For an option to monitor heart rate with hands, please consider the Go Wireless Heart Rate.£103.00 ex VAT | £123.60 Inc VAT Add to basket
The Instrumentation Amplifier monitors voltages from 20 mV to 1 V (DC or AC). It has several switch settings to allow you to select the best gain and includes auto-ID functionality for each of the six ranges. Input bandwidth of 10 kHz allows the capture of higher frequency signals. It is typically used to amplify the chart recorder or analog output of any instrument, such as a third-party gas chromatograph.£116.00 ex VAT | £139.20 Inc VAT Add to basket
The Colorimeter is great for Beer's law experiments, determining the concentration of unknown solutions, or studying changes in concentration vs. time. This 4-wavelength Colorimeter measures the amount of light transmitted through a sample at a user-selectable wavelength in order to determine the concentration of a solution. Features such as automatic sensor identification and one-step calibration make this sensor easy to use. Fifteen 3.5 mL cuvettes are included. A package of 100 replacement cuvettes (with 20 lids) is available please click here£167.00 ex VAT | £200.40 Inc VAT Add to basket
Use the High Current Sensor in experiments that involve currents larger than 1 A, such as solar panels, hand generators, and other alternative energy projects. The High Current Sensor has a range of ±10 A. Current is measured with a Hall Effect sensor, which uses the magnetic field created by the current and therefore does not add a resistive element to the circuit. A metal shield over the Hall Effect chip reduces the influence of external magnets. A replaceable fuse protects the equipment and circuit£116.00 ex VAT | £139.20 Inc VAT Add to basket
Our Hand-Grip Heart Rate Monitor is ideal for determining a person's heart rate while mobile or stationary. With this sensor, heart rate can be monitored during, or after, exercise. The sensor consists of wireless hand grips and a receiver module that plugs into any of our data-collection devices. The hand grips sense the electrical signals generated by the heart. For each pulse detected, a signal is transmitted to the receiver module, and the individual's pulse rate is calculated. Do you need an interface? Why not go for our Heart Rate Human Physiology Kit?£168.00 ex VAT | £201.60 Inc VAT Add to basket