Wireless Sensors

Recent advancements in wireless technology have made probeware more flexible and mobile.


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New ways to use probeware:

  • Study environments without worrying about exposing expensive equipment to the elements.
  • Explore hard to reach places where you could not carry a computer.
  • Move freely around a classroom without tripping over wires or pulling tethered equipment off a table.
  • Conduct physics experiments unencumbered by wires.

Technical facts about wireless:


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  • Plug your probe into a wireless sensor port making almost any probe a wireless sensor.
  • Communicate with your wireless enabled computer, phone or tablet.
  • Typical range from transmitter to receiver is 10 meters.
  • Many of the new interfaces use both USB and wireless technology.