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Welcome to the new age of experimental data acquisition with fully autonomous logger sensors. NeuLog logger sensors offer a myriad of didactic tools to meet your needs in the field of scientific studies. NeuLog is a set of independent computer based modules, complete with a data logger, flash memory and a sensor – all in one single smart unit. This autonomous plug-and-play concept allows for an easy, precise and fun way of conducting classroom and field experiments.

 



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USB module USB-200

This is the cornerstone for each and every action we take. It serves as a connection module between all sensors and a computer.Get started by hooking it up with a regular USB to Mini USB camera cable (cable included!) to the computer (PC, Mac, XO, or Linux), attach the sensor or sensors to it and you’re good to go.
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Battery module Bat-200

Power up your independent sensor or set of sensors with this rechargeable battery module. Check the power levels on its indicating screen and pushbutton switch. Recharge it with a common USB cable.
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RF Communication module RF-200

The RF module is half the duo needed for a wireless connection between your PC / Display module, and a self supporting chain of sensors.Simply attach one unit to the USB bridge module, and another to a set of independent logger sensors (don’t forget a battery module) and that’s it! More than one chain of sensors? No problem! Attach up to 9 RF communication modules according to your sensor chains required. * No Bluetooth or Wi-Fi required! The unit has everything you need within it!
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Wi-Fi Communication module WIFI-201

The WiFi module allows any NeuLog sensor to connect to computers, tablets and smart phones via wireless communication. All software comes pre-loaded on the module and does not require installation. Students simply turn on the WiFi module and it seeks an access point to connect to wireless devices.

  • There is no need for software installs, app purchases or software management (saves time and money).
  • Compatible with Windows PC, Mac IOS, iPhone, iPad and Android devices.
  • No installation required, just plug and play

*A battery module is required to power the WiFi Module.

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Digital Display module VIEW-200

What’s an off-line set of sensors without the VIEW-200 display module? Simply hook it up to the set and let it do the rest. All you have to do is scroll through the data screens – one for each logger sensor.
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Graphic Display module VIEW-101

In case you don’t wish to use a PC, you may refer to the VIEW-101 graphic display module. The module’s touch-screen interface along with intuitive and attractive graphics enables you to set up an experiment in a speedy and simple fashion. It records the gathered data from up to five different sensors at a time and displays it in both digital and graph forms.
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Voltage logger sensor NUL-201

This sensor can easily and accurately measure voltages across various resistive, capacitive and inductive components. All you have to do is simply connect its 4 mm plugs into any electric circuit. But that’s not all! The sensors can also measure the voltage of voltaic cells, batteries and power supplies, as well as measure electrode potentials and investigate the charging and discharging of capacitors. This sensor can even measure low voltage AC and DC circuits You can do more though, when used in conjunction with the current sensor, the dependence of the current flowing through the applied voltage can be studied in various electric circuits. The sensor is pre-set factory calibrated and immediately ready to use.
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Current logger sensor NUL-202

Once this module’s 4 mm plugs are connected into an electric circuit, it becomes an open book. Whether you need to scope and record current in parallel or series, branches of low voltage AC and DC circuits or examine the dependence of the current flow through components, this little module is your can-do unit. The sensor is pre-set factory calibrated and immediately ready to use.
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Temperature Logger Sensor NUL-203

This sensor is used for most disciplines. A biologist could monitor eco-systems, study photosynthesis and enzymes affected by heat or cold, while a chemist could examine exothermic or endothermic reactions. Furthermore, a physicist may use it to examine heat / energy transfer. No need to use different units for different states. The temperature logger sensor measures in either solids, liquids or gases. The sensor is pre-set factory calibrated and immediately ready to use.
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Light logger sensor NUL-204

This logger sensor packs an assortment of uses to meet a variety of necessities; from photosynthesis to light emitting chemicals, from light bulbs properties to photovoltaic cells. Whether in the brilliance of the sunny outdoors or a poorly lit classroom, it measures it all! The sensor’s sophisticated sampling rate modes allows for measuring fast light changes such as AC supply connected light bulbs, as well as the steady emission of sunlight. The sensor is pre-set factory calibrated and immediately ready to use.
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Oxygen logger sensor NUL-205

Whether in the air or dissolved in water, this module can easily and conveniently measure oxygen levels. Useful for measuring oxygen during combustion or oxygen emitting processes such as hydrogen peroxide decomposition. In addition to its free oxygen mode, the logger sensor can also provide data in dissolved-oxygen mode, for instances such as measuring photosynthesis of aquatic plants. The logger sensor is highly efficient both outdoors and inside a classroom lab. Its polarographic (Clark) technology, replaceable membranes, and Delrin® electrodes ensure an intuitive interface combined with easy-maintenance and durability. Sensor calibration is done by a simple 3 sec. press on the sensor push button.
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pH logger sensor NUL-206

Either in the field or in the classroom, this dependable module provides accurate means of measuring common liquids (such as water, milk, soft drinks, vinegar etc.) for their pH levels, as easily as it measures changing values in titrations or experiments involving antacids. This sensor’s gel filled and sealed reference system, along with an epoxy body for the electrode, effects in accurate hardiness. Sensor calibration is done by inserting it into a pH=7 buffer (or distilled water) and a simple 3 sec. press on the sensor push button.
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Relative Humidity logger sensor NUL-207

Seemingly a simple box with a hole punctured in it, this sensor offers precise recordings of minute humidity variations. Log relative humidity fluctuations of different weather conditions, and study its effect on tiny organisms such as seedlings or insects. The sensor is pre-set factory calibrated and immediately ready to use.
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Heart Rate & Pulse logger sensor NUL-208

Resembling a medical pulse meter, this logger sensor accurately records and measures heart rates using an infrared LED transmitter/phototransistor receiver. It allows for comparative blood volume/flow ratings and recording them over time through different levels of stress or effort. The module’s plethysmograph-based electrodes ensure a dependable reading by attaching them to either finger or ear lobe, and feed accurate values on a bimodal level: either a BPM (beats per minute) or an analog arbitrary value of the measured signal mode. The sensor is pre-set factory calibrated and immediately ready to use.
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Photo Gate logger sensor NUL-209

This sensor efficiently measures time, velocity or acceleration with one or two photo gates and matching timing cards passing through them. The sensor has six modes of operation:

  1. Velocity with a single gate
  2. Acceleration with a single gate
  3. Acceleration with two gates
  4. Velocity and Momentum with two gates
  5. Delta between two gates
  6. Velocities with a timing card

The sensor is pre-set factory calibrated and immediately ready to use.

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Pressure logger sensor NUL-210

This sensor can be used to monitor chemical reactions that involve gases and to investigate both Boyle’s Law and the Gay-Lussac’s Law for ideal gases. It can also prove useful in studies of weather phenomena and yeast fermentation. The sensor is pre-set factory calibrated and immediately ready to use.
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Force logger sensor NUL-211

This logger sensor measures push/pull forces and impacts as well as mass to weight relationships. The sensor itself is safely contained with a specially designed hook at the bottom that can be connected to various pulling loads. The sensor’s probe can be hung from a universal laboratory stand. Sensor zeroing is done by a simple 3 sec. press on the sensor push button.
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Sound logger sensor NUL-212

This logger sensor has the impressive ability to measure the very sounds that are all around us in either fast (microphone) or slow (level) modes. The fast mode succeeds in comparing sound sources, logging them and displaying the results in both numeric or graphic wave form. The slow, and more thorough mode, is able to measure the actual sound pressure level, and display the results in decibels. Be it a tuning fork, a wind chime or a power mower, this unit determines their frequency level to the rate of calibrating an electronic signal generator. Add another unit, and you may now determine the velocity of sound propagation in various media by timing a pulse travelling between them. The sensor is pre-set factory calibrated and immediately ready to use.
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Motion logger sensor NUL-213

Utilizing a trimodal operation system, this motion logger sensor calculates distance, velocity and acceleration. It effectively operates by transmitting a powerful ultrasonic wave and measuring the time of the echo return. The sensor is pre-set factory calibrated and immediately ready to use.
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Magnetic Field logger sensor NUL-214

This ultra sensitive magnetic-field sensor unit is capable of measuring even the lowest levels of magnetic fields, that of planet earth being one of them. This single range module measures in milli tesla (mT). The sensor is pre-set factory calibrated and immediately ready to use.
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Conductivity logger sensor NUL-215

This sensor accurately measures solution electrical conductivity on a tri-range level: microsiemens per centimeter (µS/cm), milligram per liter (mg/L), and parts per million (ppm). It does so with a state of the art probe with two flat electrodes on a pre determined surface, allowing the analysis of the signal behavior. The sensor is pre-set factory calibrated and immediately ready to use.
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Spirometer logger sensor NUL-216

This smart sensor is a user friendly meter that can calculate the volume of the test subject’s lung by measuring the air flow that passes through its double-ported tube shaped sensor. The calculation is done on a sophisticated software level and the results are displayed in liters. The sensor is pre-set factory calibrated and immediately ready to use. Note: Disposable laminated papers are included with the sensor. A paper must be rolled and put in the tube before using it and exhaling through it.
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GSR logger sensor NUL-217

The tiniest emotional ripples we unconsciously experience affect our skin’s conductivity. It is exactly these changes that the Galvanic Skin Response (GSR) sensor measures. A sudden noise, curious smell, touch, pain or sounds are just some of the things that trigger those conductivity changing emotions. The sensor is pre-set factory calibrated and immediately ready to use.
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Electrocardiogram logger sensor NUL-218

Similar in its use to a regular medical ECG (electrocardiogram), this is a rather simple three lead based logger sensor. It presents a heartbeat graph that allows a thorough examination of the heart’s electrical activity from three different angles. Unlike most ECG devices, this unit operates with non-disposable electrodes. The sensor is pre-set factory calibrated and immediately ready to use.
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Colorimeter logger sensor NUL-219

This module determines the red, orange, green, and blue color components of any given solution by measuring color frequency. Simply turn it on and it will send four colored lights through it. The amount of each beam that passes is recorded and processed. This sensor offers a twofold color analysis and value display: absorption and transparency. The sensor is pre-set factory calibrated and immediately ready to use.
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CO2 logger sensor NUL-220

This sensor measures voltage created by a self generated electromechanical reaction between the sensor and carbon dioxide (CO2) in the very air around it. The results are displayed in ppm (parts of CO2 per million of air). The sensor is pre-set factory calibrated and immediately ready to use.
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Barometer logger sensor NUL-221

This sensor was carefully designed to measure barometric pressure, from sea level to mountain top. The displayed results are the full scope of commonly used units. Namely: kPa (kilopascal), atm (atmospheres), in Hg (inches of mercury), mm Hg (millimeters of mercury) and meters (for altitudes). The sensor is pre-set factory calibrated and immediately ready to use.
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Blood Pressure logger sensor NUL-222

This sensor is very similar to any advanced digital blood pressure meter found in the modern medical arena. Simply slip the cuff onto your test subject’s arm, and let the module do the rest. In less than one minute the unit will map out four complimenting data ranges: systolic blood pressure, diastolic blood pressure, mean arterial pressure and heart rate. The sensor is pre-set factory calibrated and immediately ready to use.
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Drop Counter logger sensor NUL-223

This module automatically and accurately does the simple, yet tedious function of counting drops and bubbles. Perfect for titrations combined with the pH logger sensor. The sensor is pre-set factory calibrated and immediately ready to use.
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Flow logger sensor NUL-224

This sensor allows for a stream of water to flow through its inlet and outlet pipes, thus revolving a rotation wheel within it. The wheel is not connected mechanically to anything else, but rather floats on a bearing for minimum friction and the enhancement of its minute accuracy. The measuring is done by monitoring changes in the sensor’s surrounding magnetic field. The sensor is pre-set factory calibrated and immediately ready to use.
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Force Plate logger sensor NUL-225

This module is in fact a weight scale designed for a multi range of purposes. Simply lay a heavy weight on its surface, or activate a forceful pressure against it, and the logger sensor will measure it. But that’s not all, once a special set of handles are attached, it can also measure pull pressure rather than just weights and presses. The sensor is pre-set factory calibrated and immediately ready to use.
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Rotary Motion logger sensor NUL-226

This sensor’s smooth running pulley measures angles, rotations, rotation velocity and acceleration: rev/s, rad/s2, rad/s The sensor is pre-set factory calibrated and immediately ready to use.
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Acceleration logger sensor NUL-227

This sophisticated unit measures acceleration on a three dimensional level. And although each is displayed separately, it supplies a full overview of the desired values. The logger sensor measures all the three accelerations at the same time and stores it. We can run an experiment on-line, upload one dimension acceleration, freeze it and upload another, using the off-line method. The sensor is pre-set factory calibrated and immediately ready to use.
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Salinity logger sensor NUL-228

This sensor detects and measures salt content in a solution in three different ranges: %, ppm, mg/L. The sensor is pre-set factory calibrated and immediately ready to use.
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Soil Moisture logger sensor NUL-229

This clever and innovative module measures soil moisture by inserting a ceramic tipped, water filled tensiometer into the soil and measuring the resulting partial vacuum pressure. If the soil is wetter than the sensor, water will be pulled in through the ceramic holes, thus decreasing the vacuum. A dry soil measuring will result in the opposite outcome. The vacuum level is rated and logged, reflecting directly on the soil’s moisture levels. The sensor is pre-set factory calibrated and immediately ready to use.
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UVB logger sensor NUL-230

Skin cancer, cataract, immune suppression and vitamin generation in the human body, are just some of the things affected by UVB radiation. The UVB logger sensor accurately measures the wave length of UV light, which is 280-320 nm (2% of the total UV radiation). The light intensity rates are displayed in mW/m2 (milliwatt per square meter). The sensor is pre-set factory calibrated and immediately ready to use.
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Turbidity logger sensor NUL-231

This sensitive sensor projects and measures light that runs through its solution containing tube. As the solution’s turbidity level is higher, so are the amount/intensiveness light levels. The turbidity measurement units are Nephelometric Turbidity Unit (NTU). The sensor is pre-set factory calibrated and immediately ready to use.
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UVA logger sensor NUL-232

Photoaging and photochemical smog, are just some of the things affected by UVA radiation. The UVA logger sensor accurately measures the wave length of UVA, which is 320-370 nm (98% of the total UV radiation). The light intensity rates are displayed in mW/m2 (milliwatt per square meter). The sensor is pre-set factory calibrated and immediately ready to use.
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Surface Temperature logger sensor NUL-233

This sensor measures surface temperature. This module has the capability of measuring the temperature (in either Celsius or Fahrenheit) of any surface. The sensor is pre-set factory calibrated and immediately ready to use.
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Wide Range Temperature logger sensor NUL-234

This hardcore sensor is capable of measuring temperature in extreme heat conditions. From extremely low temperature to as high as that of a flame, the module’s thermocouple sensor measures them all, and displays the results in both Celsius and Fahrenheit. The sensor is pre-set factory calibrated and immediately ready to use.
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Infrared Thermometer Logger Sensor NUL-235

This logger sensor measures temperature remotely using an infra-red high accurate sensor. It is very useful when access to the sample is either difficult or dangerous. The sensor is pre-set factory calibrated and immediately ready to use.
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Respiration Monitor Belt Logger Sensor NUL-236

This sensor comes with a belt and measures the air pressure in it. The pressure changes according to the breathing of the subject. From the measured values, the respiration rate can be calculated. The sensor is pre-set factory calibrated and immediately ready to use.
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Hand Dynamometer Logger Sensor NUL-237

This sensor comes with a hand held unit with a built in strain gauge. It measures the pressing force on the hand held unit. The sensor is pre-set factory calibrated and immediately ready to use.
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NUL-238 Calcium logger sensor

The NeuLog calcium sensor enables measurements of ionic calcium (Ca2+) concentration in aqueous samples. This measurement is very important when evaluating water quality. It can also be used to determine calcium – magnesium by EDTA titration.
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NUL-239 Chloride logger sensor

The NeuLog chloride sensor can be used to measure the concentration of chloride ions (Cl-) in aqueous samples. This measurement can be an indication of the salinity of water samples. The sensor can be used to study samples of drinking water with different degrees of chlorination.
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NUL-240 Ammonium logger sensor

The NeuLog ammonium sensor can be used to measure the concentration of ammonium ions (NH4+) in aqueous samples. It can be used to evaluate the degree of contamination of water due to the use of fertilizers. Ammonium measurements can also be very relevant to study the nitrogen cycle in general and to relate this cycle to plants and algae.
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NUL-241 Nitrate logger sensor

The NeuLog nitrate sensor can be used to measure the concentration of nitrate ions (NO3-) in aqueous samples. Nitrates are used in fertilizers and can contaminate water. Also, untreated human sewage can be a source of nitrate contamination. Nitrate measurements can also be very relevant to study the nitrogen cycle in general and to relate this cycle to plants and algae.
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NUL-242 Anemometer logger sensor

The NeuLog anemometer sensor enables measurements of wind velocity. Combined with temperature, relative humidity, dew point and barometric pressure sensors, it can be used to make very interesting weather measurements.
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NUL-243 GPS position logger sensor

The NeuLog GPS position logger sensor determines its latitude, longitude, altitude and horizontal velocity anywhere on earth through signals received from the Global Positioning System. It can be used by itself or together with other NeuLog sensors to perform outdoor experiments in environmental science, physics and more.
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NUL-245 Dew Point logger sensor

This sensor measures temperature and humidity in a volume and gives the temperature below which the water vapor in that volume of air (at a constant barometric pressure) condenses into liquid water (the dew point).
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NUL-246 Charge logger sensor

This sensor measures electrostatic charges. It can be seen as a highly sensitive electroscope indicating whether a charge is positive or negative. Other uses are: to explore the nature of static charge, to measure both charge and voltage, to measure charge by induction, quantify the charge on a capacitor or discover the charge distribution on a conducting sphere.
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What’s new?

We added Distributors (USA, Canada) and FAQs pages to our website.

A new application version (6.17) is now available for PCs and for Macs!

22 new experiments were added in Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and Environmental Science.

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Our Highlights

Plug and Play

  • No calibration
  • Readings as soon as connected
  • No set up time

 

Flexible – Probes work with:

  • PC
  • Mac
  • Tablet
  • Smart Phones

 

Multiple Connection Options

Adaptable and Most cost effective solution

  • Use 1 to 10 sensors per experiment
  • No need for expensive hubs to connect
  • Software prepared for the future so you don’t have to spend more

 

Works with future technologies

  • Software is browser based, it will work on any hardware and software of the future with no need for upgrades
  • Firmware is upgradable 

 

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NeuLog’s Features

  • Converts the measured parameters into processed value.
  • Each logger sensor stores up to 5 experiments in flash memory.
  • Sends the data in digital form to a viewer unit, a PC or a tablet.
  • Easily calibrated by one push of a button.
  • Uses software to change ranges and gains.
  • Saved experiments can be uploaded to a PC at any time.
  • The most intuitive, rich and friendly NeuLog software, and application for browsers including: On-Line mode, Off-Line mode, tables, graphs, data analysis, double axis set up, statistic operations, mathematical operations.

 

What is NeuLog?

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NeuLog – Easy to configure to your needs

Choose what type of data you are going to collect with more than
40 logger sensors.
Choose the hardware you want to work with, and how do you want to view your data.

         PC

 
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 Wi-Fi
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 RF
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    NeuLog Viewers

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NeuLog Accessories

USB, Battery & RF modules

  • USB module (USB-200) provides both power from the PC to the sensors and the communication between them.

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  • The WiFi communication module (WiFi-201)connects wirelessly a NeuLog sensor or chain of sensors to any Wi-Fi system such as iPADs, Android tablets, smart phones, Windows, MAC or Linux PC’s.
  • Any popular browser program can be used. Just plug and surf. No software installation is required.
  • The teacher can view the student’s experiment in remote. Students can view the teacher’s experiment on their tablets.

Graphic display module VIEW-101

  • A simple and intuitive operation: experiment setup can be programmed by using the module’s touch screen.
  • Displays experiments with up to five logger sensors in a chain.

Digital display module VIEW-200

 

  • The VIEW-200 automatically searches for the connected sensors and displays one of them digitally. Scrolling for displaying the reading of another sensor is done by pressing the pushbutton switch on the display module.

NeuLog Logger Sensors, Kits and Contents for Study and Experiments in:

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Physics

Mechanics, Sound, Light, Heat, Electricity, Magnetism.

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Chemistry

Electrochemistry, Solar Energy, Organic chemistry, Physical chemistry, Acids and bases, Chemical solutions.

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Biology

Biochemistry, Human physiology, Plant physiology, Ecology.

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Environmental Science

Solar radiation, Atmospheric pressure, Properties of water, Wind velocity, Relative humidity.

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NeuLog Offers solutions for every age group

Elementary school

Create fascinating school demonstrations and experiments that captivate the imagination of young minds. Present natural phenomena in an appealing way, as easily as connecting building blocks.

Junior high school

Plant the seeds of the scientific thinking in the rich soil that is a young mind. Encourage experimentation in a fun easy way and lay the foundation stone of a future scientist.

High school

Guide high school students through the fascinating worlds of Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Environmental science. Conduct experiments to captivate a youthful mind simply and in diversified ways.

College

Supply the truth seekers of tomorrow with the most ingenious, state of the art tools of the trade. Conduct in depth researches, measurements and analysis of scientific processes and phenomena.