Our rugged, low cost wireless sensors connect directly to computers, Chromebooks, and mobile devices to allow students to quickly collect data, leaving more time for analyzing and interpreting data.
We are constantly working to make our award-winning software the best it can be. Free upgrades often improve your existing wireless sensors - increasing battery life, adding features or making them even easier to use.
In logging mode wireless sensors collect data to their onboard memory for hours, days, weeks or even months at a time without needing to be connected to a computer, tablet, Chromebook or smartphone.
When the experiment is concluded, simply connect the sensor to a device running PASCO software and download all the measurements it recorded.
How much does a windshield screen affect the temperature inside a car on a hot day? Using Wireless Temperature Sensors in logging mode makes it easy to find out.
Hundreds of free experiments and lab activities. Search by subject and grade level or by specific PASCO products. Download editable student labs, teacher notes with setup instructions, SPARKvue or Capstone software configuration files and more.Digital Library
Our extensive library of videos has product rundowns, ideas for engaging lab activities and tips and help to get the most out of your wireless sensors.Videos
Have existing PASCO sensors or need a measurement that we don’t yet have a wireless sensor for? Our low-cost Airlink interface accepts all of the more than 70 PASPORT® Sensors and connects directly to your device via USB or Bluetooth 4.
Our full line of PASPORT sensors can be used separately or in conjunction with our wireless sensors.Learn More
In September of 2016, Michael Karlin reviewed our wireless sensors in The Ed Tech’s “The Round Up”. He touched on how easy it is to get connected, SPARKvue software, our free experiments, professional development resources and more.
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If you are need of data collection instruments for your school, regardless of the type of devices that are being used in your classrooms, I absolutely recommend considering PASCO Scientific’s new wireless probes.