ScienceData Collection <br />For the Interactive White Board Using a Variety of Sensors and a <br />Vernier Go! Link USB C...
This session will show you how to connect a Go! Link or other computer interface to temperature, pressure, voltage, light ...
Data Collection Interfaces <br /><ul><li>  The simplest and least expensive     interface is a Vernier Go! Link ($60)
  It uses the  included Logger-Lite Software.
  It will work with 36 sensors.
  Also available are Go! Temp ($39) and
  Go! Motion ($99)</li></ul>Vernier Go! Link USB Interface<br />Go! Products Demo:<br />http://www.vernier.com/go/index.ht...
Using a Magnetic Field Sensor<br />Which part of the magnet has the greatest magnetic field strength? What will happen to ...
<ul><li>What is the relationship between    distance and magnetic field strength?
Does this graph match your prediction?
     What other forces behave this way?</li></ul>Actual graph of Distance (cm) and Magnetic Field Strength (mT) <br />
A Light Sensor can be used to conduct a similar experiment to show that  light intensity vs. distance follows the inverse ...
Use a gas pressure sensor and a syringe to see what happens to the pressure as you decrease the volume  of air in the syri...
Measuring the voltage of a Lemon Battery <br />http://www2.vernier.com/sample_labs/PSV-33-COMP-lemon_juice.pdf<br />This l...
<ul><li> Move a magnet up and down inside a solenoid that is connected to a voltage sensor.
 Predict the graph that will result.
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  1. 1. ScienceData Collection <br />For the Interactive White Board Using a Variety of Sensors and a <br />Vernier Go! Link USB Computer Interface<br />
  2. 2. This session will show you how to connect a Go! Link or other computer interface to temperature, pressure, voltage, light , motion, and magnetic field sensors for data collection.<br />Light<br />Pressure<br />Voltage<br />Motion<br />Stainless Steel Temperature<br />Magnetic Field<br />Temperature<br />
  3. 3. Data Collection Interfaces <br /><ul><li> The simplest and least expensive interface is a Vernier Go! Link ($60)
  4. 4. It uses the included Logger-Lite Software.
  5. 5. It will work with 36 sensors.
  6. 6. Also available are Go! Temp ($39) and
  7. 7. Go! Motion ($99)</li></ul>Vernier Go! Link USB Interface<br />Go! Products Demo:<br />http://www.vernier.com/go/index.html<br />
  8. 8. Using a Magnetic Field Sensor<br />Which part of the magnet has the greatest magnetic field strength? What will happen to the strength of the magnetic field as the magnet is pulled away from the sensor? <br />
  9. 9. <ul><li>What is the relationship between distance and magnetic field strength?
  10. 10. Does this graph match your prediction?
  11. 11. What other forces behave this way?</li></ul>Actual graph of Distance (cm) and Magnetic Field Strength (mT) <br />
  12. 12. A Light Sensor can be used to conduct a similar experiment to show that light intensity vs. distance follows the inverse square law. <br />Light Intensity = 1/d2.If you could make a graph of distance from the center of earth vs. gravity it would also show an inverse square.<br />This lab activity is found in :<br />Physical Science with Vernier<br />By Donald L. Volz and Sandy Sapatka<br />The link below has directions for the lab activity. “How Bright is the Light?”<br />http://www2.vernier.com/sample_labs/PSV-25-COMP-how_bright_is_light.pdf<br />
  13. 13. Use a gas pressure sensor and a syringe to see what happens to the pressure as you decrease the volume of air in the syringe.<br />Try this experiment!<br />
  14. 14. Measuring the voltage of a Lemon Battery <br />http://www2.vernier.com/sample_labs/PSV-33-COMP-lemon_juice.pdf<br />This lab activity can be found in Physical Science with Vernier<br />By Donald L. Volz and Sandy Sapatka<br />
  15. 15. <ul><li> Move a magnet up and down inside a solenoid that is connected to a voltage sensor.
  16. 16. Predict the graph that will result.
  17. 17. What happens if you don’t move the magnet?</li></li></ul><li>Graph of Voltage as a Magnet is Moved Inside a Solenoid<br />
  18. 18. <ul><li> What will happen to the temperature of the water as it is heated for a long time on a hot plate?
  19. 19. Draw your prediction on a graph.</li></li></ul><li>Graph of Temperature as Water is heated and boils.<br /><ul><li>Was your prediction correct?
  20. 20. Why does the graph stop rising at 100 degrees Celsius?</li></ul>This lab activity is found in Physical Science with VernierBy Donald L. Volz and Sandy Sapatka<br />http://www2.vernier.com/sample_labs/PSV-02-COMP-boiling_temperature.pdf<br />
  21. 21. 6. Tell what you think is happening in this graph?<br />
  22. 22. The Motion Detector can be used with a LabPro which connects to the computer through a USB port.<br />http://www2.vernier.com/sample_labs/PSV-36-COMP-velocity.pdf<br />
  23. 23. This graph using Logger Pro shows position/time for a battery powered car. The slope of the line is the velocity. Notice extra analysis features in Logger Pro.<br />This graph shows velocity/time for the same toy car. The slope of the line is the acceleration.<br />
  24. 24. CCHS Science<br />

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