Resistance logger sensor

Resistance logger sensor

NUL-249

The sensor measures the current through the resistance and the voltage on it, its output is a resistance value. Using ohm’s law (R = V/I) the resistance is calculated from the current and voltage values. Possible experiments that can be performed are: Electrical components resistance measurements, electrical parallel circuits, electrical series circuits and electronics.

 

 

Product features

  • Included: NeuLog general guide, positive probe (red) and negative probe (black) connected directly to the sensor via wires of corresponding color
  • Range and Operation Modes: 0 - 200 k?
  • ADC Resolution: 15 bit
  • Resolution: (0 to 10 K?) 0.001 K?; (10 to 60 K?) 0.01K?; (60 to 200 K?) 0.1 K?
  • Max Sample Rate (S/Sec): 100

Product description

The NeuLog resistance logger sensor is an ideal tool for any experiment involving resistance readings. The sensor has many attributes that make it easy to use: (1) LED light indicator - blinks while data is being collected, (2) Push button switch to start or stop experiments when off line, (3) internal flash memory chip for data storage within the sensor, and (4) pre-calibration (experimentation can begin as soon as the sensor is out of the box). It can be used for hundreds of possible experiments, such as, electrical components resistance measurements, electrical parallel circuits, electrical series circuits, and electronics.


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