• Force Logger Sensor - Edu-Logger

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  • £108.65excluding VAT

    £130.38 including VAT

  • This sensor can measure the mass to weight relationship and study how different pulley systems affect the effort needed to lift weights. It can also be used to measure push/pull forces and impacts.


    The force sensor is contained in a metal box. There is a hook at the bottom of the box that can be connected to various pulling loads. A simple bumper (for push/impact measurements) could be made and attached using a bolt which is placed through a length of plastic tubing.


    The sensor can be hung from a universal laboratory stand via a rod through the hole in its box. This sensor can be operated either facing upwards, downwards or at any intermediate (including horizontal) position.


    Sensor zeroing:

    Connect the sensor to a voltage source (USB module, Display unit or Battery module). To zero the reading, just press the sensor's push-button for about 3 seconds.


    As with all Edu-Logger Sensors this must be used with the Edulogger USB module or the Wi-Fi module

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    • Bullet Point Converts the measured parameter into a processed value (°C, °F, Lux, dB, mA, V, etc.)
    • Bullet Point Sends the data in digital form to a viewer unit, any kind of computer or tablet
    • Bullet Point Saves up to 5 experiments in its flash memory
    • Bullet Point Calibration is done by pressing a push-button
    • Bullet Point Changing ranges and gains is done through software
    • Bullet Point Experiments run with or without a computer
    • Bullet Point Saved experiments in the Logger Sensor can be uploaded to a computer at any time
    • Bullet Point The modular plug and play system allows the connection of sensors in a chain, in any order
    • Bullet Point Each sensor is in itself a full data acquisition system
    • Bullet Point Unbeatable value for money
    • Bullet Point Robust hardware and attractive design
    • Bullet Point Very simple operation
    • Bullet Point No cable clutter and therefore a very simple construction of experiments
    • Bullet Point System allows wireless connection
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Technical Specification


Experiment Duration: 50 ms to 31 days.


Range and operation modes:-         

±10 N

±50 N


ADC resolution

14 bit



0.01 N


Sample Rate (S/sec):-   

3000 (subject to experiment duration)

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