The PASPORT Sensor Extension Cable extends the distance a PASPORT sensor can reach by 2 m. Two cables CANNOT be connected together or used on a sensor that already has a cable.
Perform the following experiments and more with the PASPORT Sensor Extension Cable.
Visit PASCO's Experiment Library to view more activities.
In this lab, students will use an absolute pressure sensor to determine the effects of temperature, concentration, and surface area on the rate of a chemical reaction by measuring changes in absolute pressure as the reaction proceeds.
This lab helps students recognize that continuous sound is made by vibrating objects, and can be described using pitch and volume. Students will also explore continuous sounds with changing volumes.
In this lab, students use a weather sensor to measure the conditions in a water cycle model.
In this lab, students use a light sensor to determine how light is related to what they see.
In this lab, students use a weather sensor to make measurements, determine weather conditions, and develop language for describing weather conditions.
In this lab, students use an absolute pressure sensor to study air characteristics and determine the percent of oxygen present.