The Sci-Voice Talking LabQuest Version II offers
- wireless connectivity
- a much larger hard drive
- a faster processor
- on-demand published Vernier Lab manuals in electronic format
- easier access to personalized settings for text-to-speech playback
- statistical analysis of data
- date and time features
- and much more
An overall better experience for our customers is waiting in Sci-Voice Talking LabQuest Version II. Sold as a kit, each package includes the Sci-Voice Talking LabQuest, a USB keyboard and three sensors: stainless steel temperature, differential voltage and light. Demonstrations can be arranged by request and additional sensors are available from Independence Science as needed.
Talking Labquest 2
Ashley Neybert at the National Federation of the Blind conference with the Talking Labquest 2 set up with a differential voltage sensor and a battery checking out an output on the Graphiti made with that same setup.
Talking Labquest 2 and Graphiti setup. The output shows potential in Volts written in print along the y axis, axis marks, and part of the data. Thank you Heather, Robert, and Dave from APH for all the hard work to get it to go!