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 transforner, the AC voltage of the main supply and receive its frequency 50/60 Hz.
As with all Edu-Logger Sensors this must be used with one of the Edulogger communication modules:
Graphic Display Module
( 900-201 )
Experiment Duration: 50 milliseconds to 31 days.
Range and operation modes:-
Max Sample Rate (S/sec):-
3000 (subject to experiment duration)
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