Make accurate and consistent measurements of gas pressure, regardless of ambient conditions, and explore how chemical reactions affect gas pressure. In combination with a temperature probe, study the Empirical Gas Laws. Can also be used in applications that previously required our Low Pressure/Barometer sensor.
The Teaching Advantage
Measures pressure relative to an internal sealed reference vacuum, which allows the collection of reliable data even when the pressure within a system drops below ambient pressure.
Supports common units (kPa, atm, psi, mmHg, or N/m2) for many applications
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- Bluetooth® and USB connectivity with a long-lasting rechargeable battery
- Logs pressure data directly onto the sensor for long-term experiments for activities that couldn’t be performed using sensors previously.
- No interface required! Connects directly to your devices via Bluetooth® Smart.
- Includes a syringe, tubing and the connectors and locks you need for an array of pressure experiments.
- Pressure Sensor
- 0.6m (2ft) polyurethane plastic tubing
- Double barbed tube connector
- Male barbed Luer lock connector (2)
- Female barbed Luer lock connector
- 60cc syringe
- USB Cable (for recharging and optional direct connection)
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