Voltage logger sensor NUL-201

Voltage logger sensor NUL-201

This sensor measures voltages across various resistive, capacitive and inductive components, as well as those of photovoltaic cells, batteries and power supplies. This sensor can also be used to measure electrode potentials and to investigate the charging and discharging of capacitors.

When used in conjunction with the

Current sensor, the dependence of the current flowing on the applied voltage can be studied in various electric circuits.

This sensor can be used to measure low voltage AC and DC circuits. With its 4 mm plugs, it can easily be connected into electric circuits.

It can also measure, using a step-down transformer, the AC voltage of the main supply and check its frequency 50/60 Hz (the input is limited to ±20 V).

Distributors in the United States, Canada, and other countries.
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  • Used in the fields of Physics, Electronics, Chemistry, Biology, etc.
  • Red (positive probe) and black (negative probe) wires with 4 mm plugs connected directly to the sensor’s body.
  • The sensor is pre-calibrated at the factory.
  • Experiment duration: 50 milliseconds to 31 days.


Sensor Guide and Example labs



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Sensor Guide and Example Labs

pdf Voltage sensor User Guide
What is included with the sensor, Sensor Specifications, Videos and experiment examples, Technical background, Maintenance and storage, and Warranty.


Ohm’s Law P-10
Physics Experiment (includes also current logger sensor)
Circuits and Series Resistance

Physics Experiment (includes also current logger sensor)
Producing Electricity C-1
Chemistry Experiment

Sensor Requirements

Hardware (see all)


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

Software (see all)

computer requirements

Multiple logger sensors can be used together!

Multi requirements 3

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