Go Direct™ Melt Station

Go Direct Melt Station
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The Go Direct Melt Station accurately determines the melting temperature of solid substances. It...plus
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The Go Direct Melt Station accurately determines the melting temperature of solid substances. It directly connects wirelessly via Bluetooth® or wired via USB to your platform.

Teach students the visual detection capillary method of melting point determination with the Go Direct Melt Station. It accurately measures melting temperatures of a solid (up to 260°C), and the real-time graphing provides a unique perspective of the melting process.

The wide-angle observation and magnification window, LED-lit heater block, and adjustable tilt base give students a clear view of the substance as they witness the state change. Internal cooling fans reduce the waiting time between sample testing. Also included is an important safety feature that automatically powers down the heating block after 60 minutes with no change to the control knob.

The Go Direct Melt Station can be used in a variety of experiments:

  • Determine the melting temperature of an known organic solid such as aspirin, ibuprofen, or caffeine.
  • Identify an unknown organic solid by its melting temperature.
  • Use melting temperature to analyze reaction products.


  • Dimensions:
    • Base: 13 cm × 15 cm × 1.5 cm
    • Body: 9 cm × 9 cm × 24 cm
  • Weight: 1.0 kg (2.2 lbs)
  • Range: Ambient to 260°C
  • Safety shut down: The heating block is automatically powered down after approximately 60 minutes of heating.
  • Capillary tubes: 1.4–1.8 mm outside diameter, 100 mm length
  • Capillary tube slots: 3
  • Viewing lens: 27 mm diameter (functional), 30 mm (actual)
  • Lighting of capillary slots: 3 white LEDs
  • Lighting of control dial:
    • Red LED (indicates heating mode)
    • Blue LED (indicates cooling mode with cooling fan running)
    • Yellow LED (safety shut off activated)
  • Connections:
    • Wireless: Bluetooth
    • Wired: USB


  • Go Direct Melt Station
  • 100 standard capillary tubes
  • Power supply
  • Micro USB Cable
niveau: cycle 2, Sec. II & tertiaire
fabricant: Vernier
DataLogger Schnittstellen: Graphical Analysis, LabQuest 2
matière: chimie, physique, Vernier
système d'exploitation: Android, Chrome, iOS, LabQuest 2, Mac OSX, Win
interface: Bluetooth, USB
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