What does PhysLogger do?
I,V and R probes provide a banana connector to easily hook into an existing setup and measure the basic most electrical quantities: voltage, current, and resistance.Learn More
Continuously measure, record and plot ambient temperature and humidity conditions with physhygro.
PhysCompass, Continuously measure the angle of any rotating objects with a resolution as fine as 0.6° and a range that has no limitsLearn More
PhysCloud makes most important functions of the PhysLogger accessible from the internet enabling one to create autonomous remote logging and control systems.Learn More
PhysDisp is an IR-based contactless displacement sensor to consistently and accurately measure linear positions, lengths, and displacements.
An infrared (IR)-based photogate that can detect and plot beam obstructions. Use it for timing kinematic experiments or as a basic-level rotary encoder.Learn More
PhysHall is the most compact and low-cost gaussmeter to accurately detect, visualise, and measure magnetic fields.
PhysBell rapidly detects sounds in its surroundings. Directly use it as a sound detector or integrate it in a kinematics experiment to time collisions and bounces.Learn More
PhysLoad measures weight, but unlike other scales, it records and plots readings in real time, making it the ideal instrument to investigate the dynamics of changing masses.Learn More
Phystherm rapidly and precisely reads a K-type thermocouple with automated internal cold junction compensation (CJC).Learn More
Connect any tubing to PhysBar to quickly measure fluid pressures—steady or transient— in a range as high as ± 1 atm and a resolution of upto ± 0.25% FSR.Learn More