This economical interface makes PASPORT sensors cross-platform compatible.
- 1x USB cable
See the Buying Guide for this item's required, recommended, and additional accessories.
The Airlink connects PASPORT sensors to a Mac or Windows computer, Chromebook, iPad, tablet, or smartphone via Bluetooth or USB connection. The USB cable is included.
- 1x USB cable
|Bluetooth Range||30 m (unobstructed)|
|Approximate Mass||59 g|
Battery & Logging
|Stored Data Points Memory (Logging) 1||Not Supported|
|Battery - Connected (Data Collection Mode) 2||>30 hr|
|Battery - Logging (Data Logging Mode) 3||Not Supported|
1 Minimum # of data points with all measurements enabled, actual results depend on enabled measurements.
2 Continuous use in a connected state until battery failure, actual results will depend on sample rate, active measurements, and battery condition.
3 Logging until battery failure, actual results will depend on sample rate, active measurements, and battery condition.
* Normal classroom use is the sensor in active use for 20min/lab for 120 lab periods/yr.
This product requires PASCO software for data collection and analysis. We recommend the following option(s). For more information on which is right for your classroom, see our Software Comparison: SPARKvue vs. Capstone »
This product can connect directly to your computer or device with the following technologies. No Interface required. See the following guide for details regarding device compatibility: Wireless Bluetooth Product Compatibility »
- Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE)
- Universal Serial Bus (USB)
|Storage Tray for Wireless Light Sensor and AirLink||PS-3594||$30|
|Wireless Sensor Charging Station||PS-3599||$99|
|Required by older computers without Bluetooth 4.0 or later USB Bluetooth Adapter||PS-3500||$14|
|Micro USB Cable||PS-3584||$10|
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.
Perform the following experiments and more with the AirLink Interface.
Visit PASCO's Experiment Library to view more activities.
In this lab, students determine the ability of yeast to use different types of carbohydrates—sucrose and starch—for fermentation and monitor the reaction using an ethanol sensor to differentiate this process from respiration.
Students use a spirometer to investigate how the amount of air moving in and out of the lungs changes with exercise.
Students set up a variety of simple detritus-based model systems to estimate energy flow and carbon cycling within an ecosystem. Students set up their ecosystem with a known detritivore, a known decomposer, or a combination of...
Students use an EKG sensor to measure and interpret the electrical activity of the heart muscles.
Students use a conductivity sensor to explain the results of different concentrations of salt water on plant tissue before they design an experiment to compare the water potential of different plant tissues.
Students use an ethanol sensor to determine the ability of yeast to use different types of carbohydrates—sucrose and starch—for fermentation.
|PASCO AirLink Reference Guide||English||648.11 KB|