Measuring instrumentation for demonstration experiments in class
For your demonstration experiments in the science subjects of physics, biology and chemistry, we offer a complete data-logging and measuring system. On the basis of your own experiment needs, you have the flexibility to decide which instruments are suited for obtaining the right measurement data for you.
The tried-and-trusted CASSY system provides everything you need, including the Worlddidac Award winner – Sensor-CASSY 2. With this ultimate measuring instrument, which can even be supplemented by cascading, and all of the CASSY S sensors and sensor boxes, you have a system to meet any measuring requirements at your disposal. Moreover, you can expand your system or order it from the start with the electricity source Power-CASSY or enhance it with a CASSY-Display module.
Our equipment works with all CASSY S sensors and the popular CASSY Lab 2 software. We have put much thought into the simple operation and handling of both hardware and software. This means that sensors are detected automatically and suitable configuration is carried out depending on the sensors used.
Connection to computers and thus to the CASSY Lab 2 measurement software is also easily achieved via an USB link. Furthermore, we develop our products with an eye to the future so that we open the door to digital teaching by means of a WiFi adapter for Sensor-CASSY and Sensor-CASSY 2. This makes it possible for you to easily incorporate interactive whiteboards and the CASSY App. In this way, demonstration experiments support interactive collaboration with students and do not involve a teacher simply standing in the front and showing something to the class.
Our measuring instruments can be set up as table-top or console modules. This means you can create a neat experiment set-up on the bench. This also enables you to provide convincing visual evidence of the effects in the demonstration experiment for your students. Pocket-CASSY with its Bluetooth functionality gives you the additional capability to make a wireless connection to computers.
Experiments bring science to life. Observation and direct experience of the procedures and factual details are not only achieving sustainable learning, but also make science lessons fun.
We provide detailed instructions for more than 400 demonstration experiments in our digital library Document Center.