the adventure sensor
The world is made of motion.
Attach this rugged multi-sensor to almost anything and see what happens. PocketLab Voyager combines eight popular science sensors into a single, sleek device to create a science lab that fits in your hand.
Measure almost anything, including motion, altitude, light, magnetic fields, and more.
Get more done with our no-prep lab solution that combines Voyager with a digital lab Notebook (free or Pro), and a built-in library of lessons.
Adapt to any classroom -- in-person, hybrid, or remote -- because everything we make is designed wireless and remote-ready from day one.
the climate sensor
Science can save the world.
PocketLab Air brings together everything a citizen scientist needs to make a difference in one, durable device. It’s a science lab powerful enough for professional-grade air research that is compact and user-friendly enough to put the power directly in the hands of the next generation.
Investigate the air quality in the community and produce research-quality results
Assess climate patterns with technology powerful enough for the pros and user-friendly for anyone
Empower citizen scientists by making climate change personal and involving students in gathering real-world information
Anyone can be a meteorologist for a day.
Go far beyond the daily weather report and see the stories behind the seasons. PocketLab Weather takes a core set of features from our popular Voyager multi-sensor and tailors it to explore the specific mystery of weather.
Design dozens of experiments that make science come alive
Explore the complex weather factors interacting behind the scenes
Teach students to decipher weather forecasts
the two temperature sensor
To compare is to understand.
Let this simplified two-temperature probe solution turn your next science lesson into exploration. PocketLab Thermo is a dual temperature sensor that includes two thermistor probes with simultaneous measurement capabilities.
Compare any two temperatures, anytime, anywhere
Introduce experimental basics in a fun, hands-on way that inspires curiosity
Makes comparing an experimental setup to a control setup simple