PASCO's 750 Interface is the measurement center for the modern physics laboratory. Using a computer and the 750 Interface, students can measure force, position, temperature, pressure, angular velocity, acceleration, current, magnetic field and more. Each 750 Interface includes a built-in function generator and real-time oscilloscope mode.
Seven Input Channels
With the 750, all 7 channels may be used simultaneously. There are no limitations on what combinations of sensors can be used. Analog and digital inputs may be mixed in any combination.
- Four Digital Channels - Use up to 4 Photogates or 2 Rotary Motion Sensors, a photogate and Motion Sensor II, or any other combination.
- Three Analog Channels - Max sample rate of 250,000 Hz when using a single channel.
- 250,000 Hz Sampling Rate - Sample at 250,000 samples per second on a single analog channel. Students will see a true, real-time oscilloscope and incredibly responsive sound sensor data.
- Built-in 1.5 W Function Generator -- Any experiment requiring a frequency up to 50 kHz and 1.5 watt (300 mA) output can be run without additional power amplification. Output current and voltage can be monitored internally by the 750 Interface.
- 20 KHz oscilloscope - With the 750's increased sampling rate, the oscilloscope becomes a real-time scope with refresh rates up to 40 frames per second.
- Reduced Noise and More Accurate Data -- When sampling at rates less than 100 samples per second, circuit noise can be visible on a data graph. The 750 Interface provides 8X over-sampling to reduce noise and provide smoother data curves
- Ports - 4 Digital, 3 Analog, 1 Output
- Connection - USB
- Data Sampling - Simultaneous Analog and Digital Recording
- Analog Rates - Up to 250,000 samples/sec (20 kHz Oscilloscope)
- Digital Rates - 0.1 msec digital timing accuracy (1 mm resolution for Motion Sensor)
- Function Generator - 0-50 kHz, 1.5 W (300 mA) output
- Power Amplifier Compatible
We offer a variety of interfaces with diverse applications. Some of our products, such as the PASPORT and ScienceWorkshop sensors, require an interface, while others do not. This helpful page compares interface features, applications, and connectivity to help you decide which interface will serve you best.