Our most cost effective interface.

Connect one PASPORT sensor via Bluetooth® or through a direct USB connection.  

Collect data in or out of the classroom using computers, tablets or smart phones.  The all-new AirLink is the most economical way to use PASPORT sensors. Just plug the sensor in, connect to your device and begin collecting data.  New for 2016, Bluetooth pairing is done within the SPARKvue app making the entire process quick and simple.

Need more than a single PASPORT sensor per lab station?  Multiple AirLinks can be used simultaneously.  

The AirLink is compatible with our entire line of over 80 PASPORT sensors.  

For users of our new wireless sensors (which connect directly to your devices and don't require an interface) the AirLink allows you to make any PASPORT sensor wireless and greatly expand the range of measurements available to you. 

Note: Most of our original line of analog ScienceWorkshop sensors can also be connected to the AirLink with the proper adapter.  Learn More

Bluetooth (BLE)

Required Software:

New PASCO products that use Bluetooth® Smart technology will require the latest versions of our softwareCapstone 1.6 is available for Mac and Windows. SPARKvue 2.4 is available for Mac, Windows, iOS, Android and Chromebooks.

Smart Carts are supported by the latest release of PASCO Capstone and will be supported by the June release of SPARKvue.

Compatibility/System requirements

Any current model Mac, iPad, iPhone, Android tablet or Android phone will support direct connection to PASCO Bluetooth Smart devices.

Windows computers/tablets, Chromebooks and older Macs currently require the PS-3500 USB Bluetooth 4.0 Adapter to connect to PASCO’s Bluetooth Smart devices.

Full compatibility details are available, including compatibility information for older computing devices.


A quick look at just how easy and effective our new wireless sensors are to use.  Also, see how you can quickly make any of your existing PASPORT sensors wireless with the new, low-cost AirLink interface.


  • AirLink interface
  • USB Cable (for recharging and/or direct USB connection)
  • Quick Start Guide
  • Specifications

    Max wireless range
    • 30 m (unobstructed)


    The AirLink includes a USB cable for charging when connected to a computer or other powered USB port. 

    But if you'd like a wall charger there are single and 10 port options.

    Single Port USB Wall Charger
    10 Port USB Charging Station
    Product Name Part Number Price Qty. Select
    Single Port USB Wall Charger   PS-2575
    10 Port USB Charging Station   PS-3501

    Buying Guide

    Software Required

    This product requires or recommends PASCO software for data collection and analysis. Either SPARKvue software or PASCO Capstone software may be used.


    AirLink (PS-3200)

    Product Manuals