PASCO provides product lines with dynamic applications and pricing to offer educators purchasing flexibility. This collection of articles makes it easy to compare our options for Dynamics Systems, Modular Circuits, Interfaces, Software, and more to help you discover the perfect product at an unbeatable price.
Our pressure sensors are dynamically designed to apply to a variety of subject applications including physics, chemistry, biology, and environmental studies. This page provides a comparison chart for our ScienceWorkshop, PASPORT, and Wireless Pressure Sensors to help you determine which sensor is best for your classroom or lab.
Our highly affordable temperature sensors provide unparalleled convenience during any experiment by eliminating the need for manually recorded temperature data. This page contains a comparison chart for PASCO temperature sensors to help you discover what’s possible when you use a modern thermometer.
Educational voltage and current sensors don’t have to look serious to have seriously powerful capabilities. We provide user-friendly voltage and current sensors that generate live data to improve students’ contextual understanding of electrical concepts. This page provides a comparison chart of our offerings to help you make an informed purchase.
We offer two, highly powerful software options to facilitate the collection, display, and analysis of experimental data. Both SPARKvue and Capstone have specialized features that enhance the user’s experience, but their applications differ. This page breaks down the differences in features and applications to help you decide which software will best enhance data collection and analysis in your lab or classroom.
In physiology, sound is produced when an object’s vibrations move through a medium until they enter the human eardrum. In physics, sound is produced in the form of a pressure wave. When an object vibrates, it causes the surrounding air molecules to vibrate, initiating a chain reaction of sound wave vibrations throughout the medium.
Spectroscopy is the investigation and measurement of spectra produced by matter interacting with or emitting electromagnetic radiation. During a spectroscopy experiment, electromagnetic radiation of a specified wavelength range passes from a source through a sample containing compounds of interest, resulting in absorption or emission.
PASCO’s Structure Systems offer a realistic, hands-on method for students to design and create life-like structures in the classroom. Perfect for design-based experimentation, these systems range in complexity from single trusses to dynamic kits. This page explains and compares all of our Structure System options and accessories for your convenience.
PASCO's original line of sensors (in the black cases) can be used directly with the 550 or 850 Universal Interfaces, the legacy ScienceWorkshop Interfaces, or with our other PASPORT interfaces by using the correct adapter.
Discover a new world of experimentation with Wireless Bluetooth 4 Low Energy Connectivity.
From individual sensors to complete Lab Stations, PASCO is committed to providing students and educators with specialized solutions for their evolving needs. This helpful page compares our Wireless Sensors, Lab Stations, and software to help you determine which solution is right for you.