Photo Gate logger sensor NUL-209

Photo Gate logger sensor

NUL-209

This sensor can be used to study various kinds of motion. With six modes of operation, time, velocity or acceleration can be measured with one or two photo gates and associated timing cards, as well as showing pictorially the status (digital 1 or 0) of the voltage output of the photo gate as timing cards pass through it.

The modes of operation are selected by clicking a button on the software screen.

The measured values can be displayed in large numbers or in a table.

The sensor’s six modes of operation are described below:

  • Velocity with a single gate
  • Acceleration with a single gate
  • Acceleration with two gates
  • Velocity and Momentum with two gates
  • Delta between two gates
  • Velocities with a timing card

 


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Specifications

  • Used in any science experiment which involves taking accurate velocity and/or acceleration measurements especially in the field of Physics.
  • Includes an infrared transmitter and receptor housed in the photo gate unit.
  • Includes a threaded rod for easy connection to retort stands or other labware.
  • The sensor is pre-calibrated at the factory.

 

Sensor Guide and Example labs

Sensor Guides and Example Labs

pdf General sensors and modules User guide
Explanation about the specific user guides, Quick start procedure, and Warranty.
pdf Photo gate sensor User Guide
What is included with the sensor, Sensor Specifications, Videos and experiment examples, Technical background, Maintenance and storage, and Warranty.

 

Velocity of Free Falling Objects
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Physics Experiment
Horizontal Launched Projectile Motion P-49
Physics Experiment

Sensor Requirements

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USB-200 requirements
WIFI-200 requirements
BAT-200 requirements

Software (see all)

computer requirements


Multiple logger sensors can be used together!

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