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ORP logger sensor NUL-258

The NeuLog ORP (Oxidation Reduction Potential) sensor can be used to quantify whether a substance is a strong oxidizing agent or a strong reducing agent. For example, the ORP electrodes are used to measure the oxidizing ability of chlorine in swimming pools.

The electrode has two components: a measuring half-cell comprised of platinum metal immersed in the solution in which the redox reaction is taking place, and a reference half-cell (sealed gel-filled Ag/AgCl) to which the platinum half-cell is referenced.

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Bluetooth Module BLT-202


Bluetooth module BLT-202

NeuLog Bluetooth & Battery All in One!

  • Connect 1-5 Sensors at a time
  • Same user interface in all apps & platforms
  • Full NeuLog computational power
  • Other systems fail to connect multiple sensors via bluetooth to one tablet for simultaneous data collection
  • A 2300 mAh rechargeable battery that enables extended use without frequent charging




Bluetooth Module User Guide



  • Bluetooth wireless connection with tablet, iPad or smart phone.
  • BLT-202 wire connection with PC or MAC
  • BLT-202 as a battery module
  • Included in package, Maintenance and storage, and Warranty.


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In this blog, we will be sharing the capabilities of the NeuLog Sensors and Modules, and how their data collection software/application can benefit both teachers and students. We will also suggest some tricks and tips we have learned in our experience.

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NeuBlog – Coding for young students

Coding For Young Students – The Next Big thing


Why should we teach coding at a young age?

Around the world, students from elementary school and up are increasingly acquiring basic coding skills. Governments, educators and tech industry advocates argue that a basic understanding of coding and how electronic devices actually work is crucial nowadays. This is important for the students’ future career but also to their countries economy and tech industry.

Coding can seem intimidating or boring but if taught at a young age these assumptions can be disparaged and students can realize how creative this field is. Coding help develop problem solving skills, logical thinking, persistence, collaboration, communication and is a real empowering activity.

The earlier we introduce children to coding, the more comfortable they will be when coding will be introduced later down the line at a higher level.


What does leading people in the industry say?

Bill Gates

Chairman, Microsoft

Learning to write programs stretches your mind, and helps you think better, creates a way of thinking about things that I think is helpful in all domains.

Mark Zuckerberg

Founder, Facebook

Our policy at Facebook is literally to hire as many talented engineers as we can find. There just aren’t enough people who are trained and have these skills today.

Musician/The Black Eyed Peas and Entrepreneur

Here we are, 2013, we ALL depend on technology to communicate, to bank, and none of us know how to read and write code. It’s important for these kids, right now, starting at 8 years old, to read and write code.

Richard Branson

Founder, Virgin Group

Whether we’re fighting climate change or going to space, everything is moved forward by computers, and we don’t have enough people who can code. Teaching young people to code early on can help build skills and confidence and energize the classroom with learning-by-doing opportunities. I learned how to fly a hot air balloon when I was 30,000 feet up and my life was in the balance: you can learn skills at any age but why wait when we can teach everyone to code now!


Why teach coding with a robot?

A robot is a mechanical device that can be programmed to follow a set of instructions. A robot includes a processing unit, sensors to perceive its environment, and motors and actuators to move its limbs or wheels. So, why teach coding with a robot? It makes coding even more fun! It makes coding less abstract, you actually see the result of what you coded in the real world. On the way, students learn some science, engineering and math.

Robots are already part of everyday life, but over the coming decades we will see them more and more, therefore the robotics field will continue to grow and increase in job prospects.


Why teach coding with Sense?

Sense is a robotic and computer programming system which allows users to explore, problem solve, and advance their computer programming abilities from just starting in visual block programming, to Python and C languages.

The sense platform can be expanded by over 45 different NeuLog sensors so that you can create solutions and codes the world has never thought of for any problem you try to overcome.

Students can program the Sense via the “RoblocklySense” programming platform which runs through your browser. It is very friendly and it is easy to create and run robotics programs.


Read more about Sense


Sense coding library

Sense Coding Library

Example programs (can be opened with the RobocklySense application).

Click on the file you want to download, then right click on the new tab and save the file. 

Sense To a wall D01
Sense To a black line D02
Sense Along black line D03
Sense Along black line and stop D04
Sense Along two black lines D05
Sense Along walls D06
Sense Forward and along walls D07
Sense To a wall and sound D08
Sense To a black line and sound D09
Sense To a wall and distance D10
Sense Tracking IR transmitter D11


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sense – Is your device compatible and how to connect

Is your device compatible and how to connect

sense software
1. Download the Robockly Sense application for PCs.
2. Connect the Sense to the PC using the USB cable.
3. Run the Robockly sense application from your desktop.

Given the rapid pace of technology and change we will be publishing software updates frequently and always free of charge. Software updates will always bring enhanced functionality and utility to your Sense bot! Please check back often for updates.



What can you do with Sense

What can you do with Sense

What can students do


Learn coding by programming Sense to do hundreds of actions!


  1. Movement along black line on white surface
  2. Movement along walls or in a labyrinth
  3. Autonomic car – movement in a labyrinth when other robots are also moving there.
  4. Following a moving body holding IR transmitter using tracking module.
  5. Environment monitoring and measurement robot with NeuLog sensors.
  6. Robot games such as: football, catch me if you can, fighting robots.
What can educators and parents do  
  1. Teach basic coding using Visual Block
  2. Introduce robotics
  3. Use for programming classes, robotics clubs, STEM courses and more.
  4. Teach advance programming languages as student skills grow.
What can school districts do
  1. Turn computer programming into real world challenges.
  2. Build school, district, state, national competitions.
  3. Allow students to code cutting edge technology.