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Demos: 1A-12 Pasco 850 Universal Interface & Sensors using Capstone Software

Pasco 850 Universal Interface and Sensors

The Pasco 850 Universal Interface allows us to accurately make physical measurements and record data. The data can be monitored on an analog meter, digitally or graphically. This device has recording capabilities allowing you to replay the activity. The 850 Universal Interface has sampling rates up to 10 MHz and the readings can be projected. This provides you the capabilities to mathematically justify a variety of physics concepts. The activities you can measure are limited to only your imagination and the demonstration equipment we have in our inventory. The following is a list of sensors that you can use in your activity. For additional information about the sensors and possible activities please refer to the Pasco website.

Information about the 850 Universal Interface:
Information about the Pasco Sensors:

Temperature Sensor Absolute Pressure/Temperature Sensor Rotary Motion Sensor
Magnetic Field Sensor 2 & 3 Axes accelerometer Sensor Dual Pressure Sensor
Light Sensor Force Sensor (Hi Resolution) Sound Sensor
EKG Sensor Ocean Optics Spectrometer Force Platform
Motion Sensor Voltage/Current Sensor Photogates

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