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NeuLog® Motion 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, 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.

The ultrasonic transducer in the NeuLog® Motion Sensor transmits an ultrasonic wave and then measures the time of the echo to return. With a maximum sample rate of 100 samples/sec and 5-mm resolution, the sensor accurately measures the distance, velocity, or acceleration of the object. Primarily used for experiments in physical science and physics, the sensor has 3 modes of operation: distance, velocity, and acceleration. Included software quickly calculates both velocity and acceleration.

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® Motion 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: Distance, 0.25 to 6 m; velocity, ±10 m/s; acceleration, ±100 m/s2
  • Resolution: 5 mm; 0.02 m/s; 0.08 m/s2
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