Force Plate

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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.


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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

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