NeuLog Sound logger sensor measures sound intensity or sound waves, and can be used to study wave and sound theory, sound pressure, and wave interference for further research. The logger sensor has an internal microphone with a series of circuits, filters, and amplifiers to isolate sound sources, with a hole in the top to allow sound waves to enter the device. The logger sensor has a slow mode to calculate sound pressure level in decibels, and a fast mode to display waveforms from different sources, such as tuning forks or wind chimes, to determine period and frequency. The logger sensor’s experiment duration is 25.0 milliseconds to 31.0 days, and has 12.0-bit analog-to-digital converter (ADC) resolution for reading a range of values. The sound logger sensor can be used for physics, mechanics, biology, environmental, and acoustics experiments, and is suitable for grade 3 and higher, or ages 10 to 21.
The logger sensor consists of a data logger, flash memory, and a sensor for fully self-contained data gathering, and is plug-and-play for immediate readings as soon as it is connected. The logger sensor sends data in digital format to a PC, Mac, tablet, smart phone, or other viewer device, and provides multiple connection options, including USB and wireless. The logger sensor’s browser-based software adjusts ranges and gains, and provides applications for presenting data, including online and offline modes, tables, graphs, data analysis, double-axis set up, statistic operations, and mathematical operations. The logger sensor is encased in durable plastic, and has an LED indicator to track experiment status, with push buttons for calibration and start/stop experiments in offline mode for ease of operation. To take an assortment of readings during a single experiment, the logger sensor can be attached to another sensor; one to 10 logger sensors can be used per experiment (sensors sold individually). For efficiency, the logger sensor can store up to five experiments in flash memory, and saved experiments can be uploaded to a PC or Mac at any time. Additional accessories, such as USB, Wi-Fi, or battery modules, are required for operation depending on the device (PC, tablet, viewer, and so on) used to receive readings from the sensor. (Accessories and devices sold separately.) The logger sensor includes a guide with instructions for use and care, and measures 6.5 x 7.0 x 1.5cm (L x W x H). (L is length, the horizontal distance from left to right; W is width, the horizontal distance from front to back; H is height, the vertical distance from the lowest to highest point.)
Logger sensors are electronic devices used to record a variety of energy and environmental measurements, such as temperature, humidity, voltage, and soil moisture, at set intervals over a period of time in scientific classroom and field settings.
Range and operation modes Sound level: 40.0 to 110.0dB
Sound signal: 0 to 4096
ADC resolution 12.0 bit
Accuracy Sound level: +/- 2.0dB
Sound signal: 1.0
Resolution Sound level: 0.1dB
Sound signal: 1.0
Maximum sample rate (S/sec) Sound level: 10,000 fast
Sound signal: 100 slow to 10,000 fast
Science education products incorporate applied math and science principles into classroom and homeschool-based projects. Teachers in pre-K, elementary, and secondary classrooms use science education kits and products alongside science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) curriculum to demonstrate STEM concepts and real-world applications through hands-on activities. Science education projects include a broad range of activities, such as practical experiments in engineering, aeronautics, robotics, energy, chemistry, physics, biology, and geology.
NeuLog brand products, manufactured by EISCO Scientific and Science Educational Systems (SES), include logger sensors, software, and accessories for energy and environmental data acquisition and measurement. EISCO Scientific was founded in 1968, and is headquartered in Rochester, NY; SES was founded in 1983, and is headquartered in Israel. Both companies meet International Organization of Standardization (ISO) standard 9001.
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Sound logger sensor