The Microphone can be found in the following Vernier Lab Books:-
- Sound Waves and Beats
- Speed of Sound
- Tones, Vowels and Telephones
- Mathematics of Music
- Standing Waves in a Column of Air
- Read Microphone Data
- Analyse Microphone Data
- Continuous Read and Analyse Microphone Data
- Build a Sensor Control Program
- Name That Tune
- Frequency Range: Approximately 20 Hz to 16,000 Hz
- Maximum Frequency: LabQuest or LabQuest Mini 10,000 Hz, LabPro, SensorDAQ, or CBL 2 5,000 Hz
- Power: 7.5 mA @ 5 VDC
The Microphone may require a compatible interface and software. Choose a platform below to see compatible interface and software options.
|Interface||Logger Pro||Logger Lite|
|LabQuest Mini||Full support||Full support|
|LabQuest 2||Full support||Full support|
|LabQuest Stream||Full support1||Full support1|
|Full support||Full support|
|Full support||Full support|
- Connect LabQuest Stream via USB. Future software updates will support connection via Bluetooth®technology
Our strain-gauge based isometric Hand Dynamometer can be used to measure grip strength, pinch strength, and to perform muscle fatigue studies. Use the hand dynamometer with other sensors (e.g., EKG Sensor) to study muscular health and activity£144.00 ex VAT | £172.80 Inc VAT Add to basket
The Polarimeter can be used to measure chiral properties of optically active samples without chemically modifying or destroying the sample. This is a vertical polarimeter that uses a 589 nm LED, a fixed polarizer, and a manually rotated polarizer to detect changes in rotation of plane-polarized light in the presence of an optically active compound. Used with Vernier technology, students no longer have to determine the optical maximum with their eye but have a graph that shows a clear change in the light's polarization.£649.00 ex VAT | £778.80 Inc VAT Add to basket
The Conductivity Probe determines the ionic content of an aqueous solution by measuring its conductivity. This has many applications in chemistry, biology, and environmental science. The Conductivity Probe has three ranges, providing optimal precision in any given range. Biology teachers can use this probe to demonstrate diffusion of ions through membranes. Chemistry students are able to quickly investigate the difference between ionic and molecular compounds, strong and weak acids, or ionic compounds that yield different ratios of ions. Environmental science students use it to measure TDS, total dissolved solids.£129.00 ex VAT | £154.80 Inc VAT Add to basket
The Mini GC Plus has been replaced by the Go Direct Mini GC.The Mini GC Plus is a portable instrument for separating, analyzing, and identifying substances contained in a volatile liquid or gaseous sample. The Mini GC uses Air as its carrier gas so no external gas cylinders required.
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?£155.00 ex VAT | £186.00 Inc VAT Add to basket
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:£376.00 ex VAT | £451.20 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 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.£103.00 ex VAT | £123.60 Inc VAT Add to basket
The Vernier Energy Sensor offers an easy way to quantify voltage, current, power, and energy output of small wind turbines and solar panels such as those used in our KidWind Experiment Kits. Simply connect a source such as a small wind turbine or solar panel to one side and a load such as the Variable Load or a resistor on the Vernier Resistor Board to the other side. The Energy Sensor measures the current and voltage of the system. Data-collection and analysis software, such as Logger Pro or LabQuest App can then calculate the power and energy output.£115.00 ex VAT | £138.00 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.£93.00 ex VAT | £111.60 Inc VAT Add to basket
The Vernier Go Wireless Heart Rate is ideal for continuously monitoring heart rate before, during, and after exercise or while a person is stationary. Data are wirelessly transmitted to iPad, LabQuest 2, or other mobile devices that are Bluetooth® Smart Ready. It is simple and easy to use, displays live heart rate readouts before data collection, and is easy to clean and share between students.£116.00 ex VAT | £139.20 Inc VAT Add to basket