What’s New?

What’s New?

  • NeuLog presents, Sense: 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 over come.




  • Neulog’s ability to email data at the end of an experiment is built using Google’s mail system. In February of 2017 Google made a security update that that disabled this ability. Do not worry, we created a free update that reinstates the capability. Please take a moment to download and install the newest NeuLog software here.
  • Our WiFi modules (WIFI-201 and WIFI-202) can now work both with NeuLog sensors and Panda multi-sensor. In order to work with the sensors type wifi201.com in the URL bar. In order to work with the Panda multi-sensor, type panda201.comPanda tablet small
  • The new NeuLog Panda multi-sensor includes Temperature, Light, Barometric pressure, Altitude, Sound, Relative Humidity, Dew-Point, Magnetic Field and G-Acceleration sensors. Panda is used for environmental data collection and other experiments in Natural Science, Biology, Physics and Chemistry. It is specially designed for primary school level.



  • With our  WiFi Communication module  you can now use NeuLog logger sensors with any device which uses the Wi-Fi technology, such as iPads and Tablets with Android, PC computers with Windows / Linux or Macintosh with OS (the last firware update)

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Deputy Editor of Physics Education, John Kinchin, prepared a review on NeuLog:

“Flexible data logging”

“Data logging has been around in schools for many years. Most data-loggers have functioned in similar forms, with connections via a serial port to a computer and onto a sensor or two. The new Edulogger claims to be the ‘simplest, fastest and most advanced system available’, so was it?”

“The computing centre of the suite of sensors is very flexible; any from a tablet, mobile phone or PC can be used as the computational core. The software is either a browser interface or on a PC can be a dedicated piece of software, which is similar in layout. The tablet software is very easy to use. Using a WiFi transmitter, the data can be streamed as part of its own network or integrated into an existing WiFi router. Using its own internal WiFi system is very easy; allow your tablet or computer to access the access point, open a browser and point it to the wifi201.com site and you are off. Once I had found out how to access the WiFi transmitter, the manual was redundant!”

The software


“Starting the software with the WiFi bridge in place opens up the welcome screen, which leads onto a screen with the modules installed on the left hand side and data being graphically displayed on the left. By clicking on the sensor icon, the software allows a customisable menu with access to recording times, number of points to be recorded per unit of time and triggers. This is a very impressive line up on a tablet computer.” 

In conclusion….


“Overall I would certainly invest in this apparatus myself. The logging speed is indeed impressive as is the general layout of the logging screen and the clever use of a browser type interface.”


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