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Vernier LabPro
Posted by Nick on 8 December 1999, 23:44 GMT

Vernier Software is planning to release an accessory for TI calculators called the Vernier LabPro. Like TI's CBL, this is a data acquisiton device for TI's calculators. It currently works with over forty sensors and functions with just about any TI graphing calculator. The device looks really slick and it will be released in March 2000.

 


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Re: Vernier LabPro
Patrick Wilson  Account Info
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Hrmm, won't these guys get in a legal bitch-slapping contest with TI for allegedly stealing the plans for the device in question?

     8 December 1999, 23:50 GMT


Re: Re: Vernier LabPro
Aaron Hertz

No. Read the FAQ - It was developed by a partnership between the two companies. (Incidentally, this is rather old news. I saw it on vernier's web site several weeks ago.)

     9 December 1999, 22:55 GMT

Re: Vernier LabPro
Nicholas Skapura  Account Info
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That will be very useful. Can't wait to get my hands on one!

     9 December 1999, 01:00 GMT

Re: Vernier LabPro
yosweetlady  Account Info

Does anyone actually but these things?

     9 December 1999, 04:27 GMT

Re: Re: Vernier LabPro
Patrick Wilson  Account Info
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Not sure, but I'm certain they *buy* them ;)

     9 December 1999, 04:39 GMT


Re: Re: Vernier LabPro
johnmcd3

Actually Vernier Labratory Hardware and Software is extremely common in physics labs. I wonder if you will be able to hook up sensors to the computer as normal and and to your caculator at the same time so that you can work as normal, but still have the data on your calc.

     9 December 1999, 04:50 GMT

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