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Vu Temperature Sensor

Order No. 2320 | £13.99

This general-purpose Temperature sensor is the most commonly used sensor in the range and that's why we include it as part of the Vu+ data logging pack. It can accurately measure the temperature of air, water, soil and weak acidic solutions.

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TAKE A CLOSER LOOK

Learn more about the Vu Temperature Sensor in the video below, or visit our YouTube playlists for more product videos.

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Learn primary science through Data Logging activities with the Vu Primary Data Logger. Enjoy 3 FREE CPD courses that introduce the Vu Data Logger, Using Vu with our EasySense Software and a number short lessons providing ideas and activities you can quickly use in your own lesson plans.

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A Versatile Sensor

Take a look at just some of the investigations you can do with a Vu Temperature Sensor.

  • Exploring e.g. How to decide when it is hot or when it is cold? How warm is our classroom?
  • Recording e.g. The temperature game.
  • Investigating e.g. What happens when I am not here? How does heat move around? How does temperature change as you heat water? How heat changes against time? When materials combine, there will be a reaction.
  • Insulation investigations e.g. Heat gain and loss.
  • Changing of state e.g. Freezing and melting of water.
  • Earth, Sun and Moon e.g. Seasons.
  • Environment: e.g. Bug Alert. Why is it different over here? Habitats. Pond and river studies.
  • Solar energy.
  • Monitoring using 2 Temperature sensors e.g. What shall I wear today? Keeping warm. Where is it cold and hot? Decay. Are your hands warmer than mine? Goldilocks. Hot drinks. Too hot!
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Vu Temperature Sensor Specification

Learn more about the Vu Temperature Sensor specification and range information.

RangesCelsius or Fahrenheit
Celsius -30 to +110°C, 0 to 110°C, 0 to 50°C
Fahrenheit -22 to 230°F, 0 to 232°F, 0 to 120°F

Product Manuals

Browse our HTML based product manuals or download them to your computer.

Vu Temperature Manual | Doc No. ds125 | Rev. 2 Download

Reliable and durable, designed for the classroom

All our sensors come with 5 years warranty and lifetime support, we ensure your investment gives you complete peace of mind.