Smart Cart (Red), ME-1240

The Smart Cart is the ultimate tool for your physics lab and includes built-in sensors for measuring force, position, velocity, three axes of acceleration, and three axes of rotational velocity. Patent No. 10481173

Features

  • Built-in ±100 N force sensor
  • 3-axis accelerometer
  • Bluetooth® connectivity
  • Rechargeable battery
  • Motion encoder measures position and velocity on or off the track
  • Magnetic bumper for force sensor
  • 3-position plunger
  • Mass tray
  • Velcro® tabs
  • Force sensor hook and rubber bumper

WHAT'S INCLUDED

1x Hook

1x Rubber bumper

1x Magnetic bumper

1x USB cable for charging

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    The patented Smart Cart is the ultimate tool for studying kinematics, dynamics, Newton’s Laws, and more. It is based on a durable ABS body with nearly frictionless wheels, just like our high quality PAScars. Now, we’ve added built-in sensors that measure force, position, velocity, and acceleration. The versatile Smart Cart can collect measurements on or off a track and transmit the data wirelessly over Bluetooth. In essence, it is a wireless dynamics cart that combines all the necessary sensors, without requiring any additional hardware.

    Smart Carts are ideal for studying mechanics topics, such as kinematics and dynamics. The built-in load cells enable two Smart Carts to visually demonstrate Newton’s Third Law with ease. Additionally, built-in sensors for force and acceleration enable students to investigate Newton’s Second Law in minutes. Smart Carts truly are a physics lab on wheels, and now you can own the most advanced physics cart ever created, all without the restrictions of cables.

    Applications

    • Kinematics
    • Newton’s Laws
    • Impulse
    • Conservation of Momentum
    • Elastic and Inelastic Collisions
    • Conservation of Energy
    • Simple Harmonic Oscillators
    • Magnetic damping
    • Determining g using acceleration on an incline
    • And much more!

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    PAS ME-1240