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Vu Temperature Sensor

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.

Note: Vu+ data logger required.

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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!
Your Purchasing Options

For customers outside of the UK, please contact Data Harvest or an overseas distributor within your country.

Product Order No.
Vu Temperature Sensor Vu Temperature Sensor 2320
Downloads & Resources

All available downloadable product resources such as manuals and firmware for the Vu Temperature Sensor

Product Manuals

Download Vu Temperature Manual | Version: 2

Specification

Ranges Celsius 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

What's in the box

1 x Vu Temperature Sensor