Force Plate

datalogging sensors

Data Harvest

Product Description

Designed for much higher forces than the  Force Sensor, the Force Plate can measure the forces developed during stepping, jumping, and other human-scale actions. For example, you can perform the following kinds of experiments:

  • Observe the change in normal force during an elevator ride.
  • Measure the impulse delivered by the floor during a jump.
  • Measure the reaction force as a student leans against a wall.


6-minute on force plate tech tips

 

 

Specifications

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  • Force range: –850 to +3500 N or –200 to +850 N, where positive value is a compression force
  • Maximum non-damaging force: 4500 N (1000 lb) compression or 900 N (200 lb) pull evenly distributed
  • Typical Resolution: 1.2 N or 0.3 N

 

 

Downloads Vernier Sensor Manual  Doc No.: DS037 | Issue: 4

 

The SmartQ Vernier adaptor has been designed to provide the calibration tables and connection for compatible Vernier DIN analogue sensors to an EasySense unit.

Vernier’s DIN range of sensors has 5-pin DIN plugs for use with the ULI and Serial Box Interface. For a detailed sensor compatibility chart, please see the user manual .

Vernier produces the same range of sensors with British Telecom type connectors - BTA analogue sensors (for use with the LAB Pro, CBL & CBL2 loggers). These can also be used with the SmartQ Vernier adaptor if connected via a BTA to DIN adaptor (supplied by Vernier). Note: This does not apply to BTA sensors that do not have a DIN equivalent that is included in the compatibility list or the Vernier stainless steel Temperature probe (TMP-BTA) which is unsuitable for use with the BTA-DIN adaptor. 

 

 

 

HK$ 3,622.00