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NeuLog® Barometer Sensor

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Smart, easy, and affordable digital data collection technology for now and the future

The next generation of scientific data collection sensors is now available--easier to use, more versatile, and with a lower cost than any other data collection system. For both beginners and advanced users, the NeuLog® data logger sensors offer a simple and flexible solution to collect and analyze the most complex data from your science laboratory experiments or field activities.

Primarily used for experiments in environmental and earth science, the NeuLog® Barometer Sensor measures atmospheric barometric pressure in 5 common ranges: kPa (kilo Pascal); Atm (atmospheres); in Hg (inches of mercury); mm Hg (millimeters of mercury); and altitude (in meters). The highest barometric pressure is at sea level--when the altitude goes up, the pressure goes down. Great for long-term atmospheric studies.

Note: Requires connection hardware, which is sold separately. For hardwired setup, use the NeuLog® PC Starter Connection Bundle (item #369500) or NeuLog® USB Bridge Module (item #369733). For wireless setup, use the NeuLog® Wi-Fi™ Starter Connection Bundle (item #369510). For stand-alone setup, use the NeuLog® Graphic Display Bundle (item #369520).


What’s Included:
  • 1 NeuLog® Barometer Sensor
Needed But Not Included:
  • 1 NeuLog® Connection Hardware Bundle (item #369733, #369500, #369510, or #369520)
Features, Dimensions & Weight:
  • ADC Resolution: 10 bit
  • Experiment Duration: 1 second to 31 days
  • Maximum Sample Rate (S/sec): 100
  • Range and Operation Modes: 80 to 106 kPa; 0.80 to 1.00 Atm; 23.60 to 313.30 in Hg; 600 to 795 mm Hg; –380 to 1,950 m
  • Resolution: 0.1 kPa; 0.01 Atm; 0.01 in Hg; 0.7 mm Hg; 0.1 m
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