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Delivery time appr. 1-3 workdays
- Order number: BB-1011738
- Supplier Name: TTS Group Ltd
- Supplier Number: 1011738
- Warranty(Years): 2
This Bluetooth data logging device is compatible with tablets and features five sensors for your scientific enquires. With a built in light, sound, ambient and infra-red temperature sensor, there is also a removable external temperature probe.
The logger can broadcast readings to multiple tablets – enabling more than one child to investigate at the same time. Readings can either be viewed live or the logger can also be left to capture data which can be downloaded as a later date. Recordings are easy to view and the configurable display enables you to choose what data is shown and how it is displayed. Battery powered, it requires 4 x AA batteries and a coin cell in the external temperature probe. Compatible with Apple and Android tablets.
|grade:||Lower Primary, upper primary|
|Subject:||geography, informatics, science, Wetter|
|operating system:||Android, iOS|
From humble beginnings in a garage in the Midlands, to supplying over 64 countries across the globe, we have been talking to educators and inventing new reasons for children to love learning for over 30 years.
It was a simple scene back in 1985; a chat with a teacher in a local school. The conversation around the lack of quality D&T resources for the classroom. One industrious evening in a garage later and the first TTS resource was born. The very next day the teacher was given the prototype. "Wow," they said, "this is exactly what I said I needed".
From the conversations, the design realisation, the prototype, the consultation, the manufacture, the delivery, the reaction and most importantly the benefit to children's education, our cycle of development hasn't really changed, even if life in a school has.
With your help we have created thousands of reasons to love learning and each year around 400 new resources are invented. From printed books to programmable floor robots, we keep on inventing because you tell us to, and because everyone loves a "wow"