What is the Vernier LabQuest?

Vernier LabQuest 2 is a standalone interface used to collect sensor data with its built-in graphing and analysis application. The large, high-resolution touch screen makes it easy and intuitive to collect, analyze, and share data from experiments.

How much does a LabQuest 2 cost?

Retail Price: $329, LabQuest Replacement Battery (LQ-BAT, www.vernier.com/products/accessories/lq2-bat/), $19.

What is a LabQuest used for?

What information is automatically printed on each linear regression graph generated from the LabQuest 2?

LabQuest automatically determines and displays the fit coefficients, and displays a preview of the curve fit on the graph. Tap OK to apply the fit and return to the Graph screen. To remove the fit, choose Curve Fit from the Analyze Menu, and then select the checked box to clear the selection. TIP!

How do you use a vernier LabQuest?

Connect a sensor such as Temperature, Light or Force to one of the ports on the top of LabQuest. LabQuest will set itself for data collection with that sensor. Note the live readout on the Meter screen. Press the Collect button just below the LabQuest screen.

How can I use LabQuest 2 to collect data?

Begin by navigating to the Meter screen. Select Data Collection from the Sensors menu or touch the section on the right-side of the screen that shows the default mode, rate, and duration for data collection.

How accurate are Photogates?

Vernier photogates have an electronic timing resolution of 1 microsecond. You will, however, typically get measurements with as much as +/-25 millisecond variation.

What is the uncertainty of a Photogate?

This means that the photogate (and software) can distinguish 2 events that occur 0.1 ms apart as separate events. So, suppose that we consider the uncertainty of a photogate event as 0.1 ms.

Where is the collect button on a Vernier LabQuest?

LabQuest is controlled both by the touch screen and by the hardware keys below the screen. The button you will use most often is the collect button located just below the screen. On the left side of LabQuest are the audio ports and the power port, used to recharge the battery.

How does the LabQuest 3 sensor transfer data?

With LabQuest 3, you can also transfer data wirelessly via Wi-Fi to one or more devices. LabQuest sensors share data with your device via a wired connection (BTA/BTD) to an interface from the LabQuest family. An interface sends information from the sensor to the data-collection and analysis software.

What can you do with the LabQuest 3?

LabQuest 3 works as a USB sensor interface with our Logger Pro® software or Graphical Analysis 4 app. Educational use only: Vernier products are designed for educational use. They are not appropriate for industrial, medical, or commercial applications.

Can a LabQuest be used as a benchtop?

Connect LabQuest sensors with an interface to your device, or use LabQuest 3 as a standalone device in the field or on the benchtop. With LabQuest 3, you can also transfer data wirelessly via Wi-Fi to one or more devices.