Xplorer GLX - Designed for Science Education
- Cutting Edge Technology
- Multiple Features in One Unit
- Graphing Datalogger - No Computer Required
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The world's first graphing logger for science that truly stands alone . . . the Xplorer GLX captures, analyzes, annotates, stores and prints data quickly and seamlessly, without being connected to a computer. A science lab wherever you need it. Also, connect to a computer and unleash the full power of PASCO's award-winning DataStudio software.
After 12 years as the premier data acquisition, display and analysis software for high school and university science, DataStudio has been superseded by a powerful, totally new software package—PASCO Capstone.
With or without a computer, capture and analyze live data anytime and anywhere.
The award-winning Xplorer GLX is a portable graphing datalogger, perfect for real-time data collection and analysis in the classroom or in the field. Provides convenient and powerful data collection, display and analysis -- even without a computer. Includes 2 temperature sensors, voltage sensor, built-in speaker and sound sensor, plus connect up to 4 additional sensors. Also functions as a computer interface for labs with computers. A great value for your science lab.
A Computer Interface . . .
Functions as a powerful desktop interface for PASPORT and ScienceWorkshop Sensors (optional adapter required for use with ScienceWorkshop sensors) Connects to the USB port of the computer Can be used in combination with all PASPORT Interfaces
. . . Or a Complete Stand Alone, Use Anywhere Solution
Large LCD screen enables students to easily review data and perform basic data analysis, such as statistics and linear curve fits Icon-based operating system Easy-to-use buttons for navigation, including numeric and alphanumeric keypad Annotate data points or runs with either text notes or recorded voice messages Plug an optional USB mouse and keyboard into the Xplorer GLX for navigation and annotation Print student graphs and tables directly from the Xplorer GLX to select HP USB printers. See the Xplorer GLX Printer Compatibility list. Manage your experiment file library on the GLX; enough memory to store many data files Rechargeable NiMH battery provides a full day of use without the need for external power
Charging stations, amusement park vest, mice, keyboard, speakers and more. See the User Resources tab for a more complete list of Xplorer GLX accessories.
A brief look at the Xplorer GLX, including introductory activities and file management.
These five movie lessons will walk you through the essential features of your Xplorer GLX standalone datalogger in a series of basic lab activities. So that you don't miss any essential information, we suggest that you view the lessons in order. We encourage you to use your equipment to follow along.A fast computer (1.5GHz+), a broadband internet connection, and the free QuickTime 7 Player are required to view the movies. Note: Higher quality, more widely-compatible versions of these movies are available on the “Getting Started with the Xplorer GLX” CD included with every Xplorer GLX.
Quick introduction to how the new Xplorer GLX can support your science learning environment by bringing the power of probeware to all students, anywhere they need it
This is a short description of GLX features.
See how the Xplorer GLX was designed to be as easy to use as it is powerful
Dozens of experiments can be performed right out of the box with the included sensors. See the Xplorer GLX in action during this evaporative cooling experiment.
This introduction will give you the basics for how the calculator works.
Need a quick answer to long division? Basic calculations explained.
See how the Xplorer GLX handles equations with variables.
Create, edit or graph mathematical models, and preview them in the calculator. Use the graph screen to analyze them with the analysis tools.
Create real-time calculations on collected data or transform the data for further analysis.
See just how easy to navigate the powerful graph screen of the Xplorer GLX.
See the powerful analysis capabilities of the graph tools.
All the display options are illustrated in this module.
View the full list of GLX accessories under User Resources
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Physics Curriculum designed for your Xplorer GLX
Physics with the Xplorer GLX
This probeware lab manual provides 35 experiments written for using the Xplorer GLX as a stand-alone data collection and analysis device. Topics include Force & Motion, Electricity & Magnetism, Sound & Waves, Heat & Energy Transfer, and Properties of Light. Equip your lab with the convenient bundle assembled to support this lab manual.
See Family Page to download student versions of these labs and for more information.
Explorations in Physics
The Explorations in Physics Lab Manual includes 25 core Physics experiments in Mechanics, Electricity & Magnetism, Sound, Properties of Matter & Thermodynamics, and Optics. 3 convenient probeware bundles to support hands-on science learning - each equips a lab group with the probeware needed to perform the indicated experiments.
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Advanced Physics with the Xplorer GLX
27 Advanced Physics Activities designed to use with the Xplorer GLX. 3 convenient PASPORT Probeware bundles include the probeware and related equipment needed to perform the indicated experiments.
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Browse PASCO's selection of online experiments. View the entire online library at the far right or select by subject: