Xplorer GLX

In order to create a unique and powerful science learning solution, PASCO (www.pasco.com) has incorporated a high-resolution display, 10 MB of memory, as well as operating and file management systems into its Xplorer GLX. The graphing datalogger allows students to capture real-time data, as well as graph, analyze, annotate and store a full day of lab experiments. Once the information is gathered, whether in the field or in a lab, students can connect the device directly to a printer and create a hard copy of their work. The datalogger’s large backlit 320 x 240 LCD screen makes it easy to read day or night, while its four built-in sensors (two temperature, one voltage and one sound) enable the Xplorer GLX to be ready for use right out of the box. PASCO also includes four additional sensor ports and offers numerous accessory and bundle options, including the Xplorer GLX Workstation Kit and a mobile USB keyboard.

This article originally appeared in the 04/01/2005 issue of THE Journal.

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