1User GuideWIFI-202EnglishV2018.01EspañolEnglish

2HomeNeuLog logger sensorsand modulesV2018.01English

3HomeNeuLog logger sensorsWelcome to the new age of experimental dataacquisition with plug and play smart logger sensors.NeuLog logger sensors offer a myriad of didactic tools tomeet your needs in the field of scientific studies.The NeuLog system works as a set of independentcomputer-based modules complete with a data logger,flash memory and a sensor – all in each individualsensor.Sensors plug into each other and have the ability toconnect as a chain of sensors and then stream data toany computer system or smart device.The NeuLog system can connect to nearly anycomputer platform or operating system (PC, MAC, iPad,Tablets, Android, smart phones, etc). All that is needed isa USB connection or wireless connectivity.Note: NeuLog products are intended for educationaluse.V2018.01English

4HomeNeuLog user guideThis is a general guide for all NeuLog sensors andmodules instructing how to use them at variousoperation modes. Specific user guides for each sensorand module can be found at Choose"Products" on the main menu, and then choose therelevant sensor or module.Each specific user guide contains the following sections: What is included with the sensorSensor specificationsTechnical backgroundMaintenance and storageSensor offset (if needed)Note: There are some sensors (listed below) that due totheir specific nature require different instructions thanthe rest of the NeuLog sensors. For these sensors pleasemake sure to refer to before use: NUL-209, Photo gate sensor NUL-243, GPSV2018.01English

5HomeQuick start procedurePC or Mac Computer – Wired ConnectionMaterials needed: NeuLog sensor or sensors USB-200 USB Module, or WIFI-201/WIFI-202 (using WiFi asUSB connection) USB to mini USB cable (included with the USB-200 module)Your sensor needs to be connected to a USB-200module. The USB-200 module then connects to acomputer via USB (this can also be done with WIFI-201or WIFI-202). Please note that you cannot plug thesensor directly into the computer.The browser-based application can be downloaded forfree at as well as a full applicationuser guide.Choose "Downloads" on the main menu and thenchoose "Software and Application".V2018.01English

6HomeProcedure:1. Install the NeuLog application.2. Connect the USB-200 module to the PC or Mac.3. Connect the sensor or sensors to the USB-200module (they directly plug together). Please note thatno calibration is required for NeuLog sensors. Youshould see the red LED on the sensor flash as youplug them in.4. Open the NeuLog application by clicking on theshortcut on the screen.5. The connected probes are automatically identifiedby the software; including disconnecting orconnecting other probes.6. Once a sensor module box appears on the left side ofthe screen, the sensor will give a live reading in itsmodule box and on the graph appearing on thescreen and you can begin experimentation.V2018.01English

7Home7. Select one of the following function buttons and thesoftware will guide you through the function'soptions:a. 'Run Experiment' with the connected sensors.b. 'Single Step' experiment.c. 'Visual' display with four options for one of theconnected sensors values: Digital, Bar, Analog,gauge and Accumulated graph.d. 'Load Experiment' from the sensors' flashmemory.e. 'Open Experiment' from a saved file.f.'Tools' for changing the software settings orsensor ID.Tablet, smart phone or any device with WIFI connectivityMaterials needed: NeuLog sensor or sensors WiFi Module (WIFI-201 or WIFI-202) Battery Module (BAT-200 or BAT-202)Your sensor or sensors needs to be connected to a WiFimodule. The WiFi module will create a closed NeuLogWiFi network which will stream the NeuLog data to thedevice of your choosing. Once your device is wirelesslyconnected to the NeuLog network, you can runexperiments and collect data through a browser of yourchoosing.V2018.01English

8HomeProcedure:1. Connect the sensor or sensors directly to the left sideof a WiFi module (no wires required).2. Connect a BAT-200 module to the right side of theWiFi module or BAT-202 to its left side.3. Although not required, we recommend plugging theBAT-200 to an outlet using a USB to mini USB cord.The WiFi module will run for 60-90 minutes(depending on the sensor) without being plugged in.4. The WiFi module can be directly powered using amini USB to USB cord and plugging it into yourcomputer or a wall charger. Please note that thisfunction is only available on WiFi modules with themini USB port.5. For further WiFi module instructions or the WIFI-201or WIFI-202 quick start guide please Choose "Products" on the mainmenu, then choose "WiFi Communication module".6. The WiFi module indicator lights will flash. Take noaction until the LED turns blue. This can take up toone minute.7. Take your tablet or smart phone, go to the WiFisettings and select the NeuLog network(NeuLog0184 for example) which matches the IDfound on the back of the WiFi module (0184 for thisexample).8. Give your device about 20 seconds to connect to theWiFi module.V2018.01English

9Home9. Once the device is connected, go to your browserand type the website into the URL bar,then wait for 30-60 seconds.10. The connected probes are automatically identifiedby the software including disconnecting orconnecting other probes.11. Once a sensor module box appears on the left side ofthe screen, the sensor will give a live reading in itsmodule box and on the graph appearing on thescreen and you can begin experimentation.12. If you are not the first one to connect to this WiFi unit,enter viewer mode and view the screens of the usermaster who was the first to connect.13. If you are the first one to connect (the Master), youcan select one of the following function buttons andthe program will guide you through the function'soptions:a. 'Run Experiment' with the connected sensors.b. 'Single Step' experiment.c. 'Visual' display with four options for one of theconnected sensors values: Digital, Bar, Analog,gauge and Accumulated graph.d. 'Load Experiment' from the sensors' flashmemory.e. 'Open Experiment' from a saved file.f.'Tools' for changing the program settings orsensor ID.V2018.01English

10Home14. You can click on the 'Release Master' button in the'Tools' options and all the connected viewers willhave a new 'Be Master' button. The first one to clickbecomes the 'Master'.15. The 'Tools' also includes a 'WiFi Options' button thatenables to connect the WiFi module as a client to theWiFi network and to connect to the module throughthis network. This option allows using the internetwhile using the NeuLog sensors.16. If you have a newer generation of WIFI-201 module(with the USB icon on the cover) or a WIFI-202module this can be used as a USB-200, meaning youcan tether the probes directly to the computer usingthe WiFi module. To engage operation in this fashion,press three times on the panel button. Repeating thisoperation will return the module to WiFi mode.Tablet, smart phone with Bluetooth connectivityMaterials needed: NeuLog sensor or sensors BLT-200 – Bluetooth Module (requires IOS 10 and upfor Apple devices and BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) forAndroids devices)Download the NeuLog app from the "App Store" or from"Google Play".V2018.01English

11HomeProcedure:1. Connect the sensor or sensors directly to the rightside of the Bluetooth module (no wires required).2. Turn the Bluetooth module ON by pressing the BLT200 button, the blue LED will flash.3. Run the app. The app will search for the module andconnect automatically. After connecting, the blueLED on the module will light constantly, and at theapp the Bluetooth sign (on the right top corner) willturn green.4. If the connection fails, press the gray Bluetooth sign(on the right top corner) to refresh the connectivity.5. If there is more than one Bluetooth module available,the app will ask you to choose which module toconnect.6. The connected sensors are automatically identifiedby the software including disconnecting orconnecting other probes.7. Once a sensor module box appears on the left side ofthe screen, the sensor will give a live reading in itsmodule box and on the graph appearing on thescreen and you can begin experimentation.V2018.01English

12Home8. You can select one of the following function buttonsand the software will guide you through thefunction's options:a. 'Run Experiment' with the connected sensors.b. 'Single Step' experiment.c. 'Visual' display with four options for one of theconnected sensors values: Digital, Bar, Analog,gauge and Accumulated graph.d. 'Load Experiment' from the sensors' flashmemory.e. 'Open Experiment' from a saved file.f.'Tools' for changing the program settings orsensor ID.Operation with NeuLog Graphic Display Module (viewer)Materials needed: NeuLog sensor or sensors VIEW-101 Graphic Display Module BAT-200 or BAT-202 Battery ModuleV2018.01English

13HomeProcedure:1. Connect the sensor or sensors to the viewer.2. Connect the BAT-200 or the BAT-202 to the viewer.3. The VIEW-101 will automatically detect the sensorand you will see it appear on the left side of thescreen.4. Once the sensor appears it will be monitoring data inreal time.5. To run an experiment and collect data, press the runicon (little green person).Off-line experimentsOff-line experiments are when you do not have a sensorconnected directly to a computer, tablet, smart phone,or NeuLog viewer.Materials needed: NeuLog sensor or sensors BAT-200 or BAT-202 Battery ModuleMaterials needed to configure your offline experiment: USB-200 Module, WiFi module (WIFI-201 or WIFI-202)or VIEW-101 Module USB to mini USB cable (included with the USB-200module).V2018.01English

14HomeProcedure:1. To determine the experiment settings, first connectto your chosen device (PC, Mac, tablet, smart device)and wait until the sensor search has ended.2. Click on each sensor's module box, on the left side ofthe screen, and set the experiment parameters(Range, Duration, Rate and Trigger) for this sensor.The setting parameters will be saved in the sensor'sflash memory.3. Connect the sensor or sensors to a charged BAT-200or BAT-202 module.4. When ready to collect data, press the "Start/Stop"button on the sensor. A red light will turn on for theduration of the experiment.5. After the experiment has concluded (the "Start/Stop"button is pressed again or the data collection periodends). Connect the sensor or sensors to your chosendevice (you can find full instructions in each device'squick start procedure section).6. Open the NeuLog application.7. Click the 'Load experiment' icon.8. Select which experimental data to upload (up to 5experimental runs can be stored at one time on thesensor).V2018.01English

15HomeOperation with NeuLog Digital Display Module (viewer)Materials needed: NeuLog sensor or sensors VIEW-200 Digital Display Module BAT-200 or BAT-202 Battery ModulePrior to data collection, it is recommended that youconfigure your sensors' settings to your specificexperimental needs. Instructions for off-line experimentsconfiguration procedure can be found in the "Off-lineexperiments" section in the previous page.If you only use the VIEW-200 to take live readings withoutcollecting data it is not required to configure yoursensors' settings (unless, if needed, for changing thesensors' range).V2018.01English

16HomeProcedure:1. Connect up to 5 NeuLog sensors of your choicetogether and into the left side of your viewer.2. Connect a charged battery module into the right sideof the viewer. The screen will automatically turn on.3. The viewer will begin searching for sensors at thistime – the screen will read "Search %". This processshould take roughly 25 seconds to complete.Note: If no sensors are found, disconnect andreconnect the battery module.4. Once the sensors have been detected, you canbegin collecting data directly onto the internalmemory of each sensor. To do this you simply needto press the "Start/Stop" button on the front of eachsensor you wish to collect data with.5. You can change which sensor data is displayed onthe VIEW-200 by pressing the button on the front ofthe module.V2018.01English

17HomeNeuLog WIFI Module GuideWIFI-202V2018.01English

18HomeNeuLog WIFI module WIFI-202The WIFI module is without a doubt one of the mostadvanced and innovative elements that NeuLog has tooffer. Data collection and analysis with NeuLog sensorscan be performed through any device which haswireless capabilities such as iPads, Android tablets,smart phones, Windows, Mac, and Linux basedcomputers. The WIFI module can seamlessly transformgroup projects by connecting up to 5 devices onto thewireless network at a single time – promoting interactionand allowing each member to have their own dataset.There is no downloaded application or softwareinstallation as they are built directly into the WIFI modulewhich transmits its own closed wireless network. Thismeans that you do not need your own wireless network –though if you have one, a simple setting can be changedon the WIFI module to allow surfing of the web at thesame time!All current popular browsing programs can be used withthe WIFI module to allow you to use whichever browseryou and your students feel most comfortable with.V2018.01English

19HomeUsing the NeuLog WIFI moduleThe NeuLog WIFI module is a very advanced piece ofequipment; having capability to transmit its own wirelessnetwork as well record data from up to 5 NeuLogsensors at a time.The NeuLog WIFI module can be powered by theNeuLog battery module or by a USB power source.It also can be used as a USB module when it isconnected to a PC or Mac and under local NeuLogsoftware.You'll notice that on the front of the WIFI-202 modulethere is a LED indicator that includes four color LEDs.Underneath the indicator, there is a legend that explainswhat each color represents: Blue (access point) – When the blue LED is the onlylight on, the WIFI module is in Access Point mode(described below) and is transmitting a closedwireless network which you can connect devices to. Green (client mode) – When the green LED is the onlylight on, the WIFI module is in Client Mode (describedbelow) and allows your wireless devices to controlsensors through the website as wellas browse the internet. Red (transmission) – The red LED will blink when thereis active communication between any connectedsensors and the computer or smart device. Orange (USB module) – The orange LED will remain litwhen the WIFI module is working in USB mode(detailed below). USB mode can be turned on and offby pressing the button on the front of the WIFI modulethree times.V2018.01English

20HomeMaterials required Battery module or USB to micro USB cord (as a powersource) Any NeuLog sensor NeuLog WIFI module Any device with wireless capabilities.Control and view modesWhen multiple users are connected to the WIFI module'snetwork; one user at a time can enter "control mode" theothers users will be defaulted to "view mode".Control mode:Entering control mode allows that user to manipulate theexperimental parameters and begin data collectionusing the web application – this prevents multiple usersfrom all trying to change the experiment at once.To leave the control mode, simply click the "Tools" iconand then the "Relaese master" button.View mode:In view mode; users have almost full access to the webapplication – only lacking the ability to manipulate dataand start/stop experiments. Users in view mode havethe full ability to view data in real time.V2018.01English

21HomeImportant:In the event that anyone used the WIFI module as thecontroller and forgot to disconnect from it, the WIFImodule will not allow any other user to connect to theWIFI module as a controller until it is restarted.In order to allow another controller to access the WIFImodule, press and hold the push button located on thefront panel of the WIFI module for 3 seconds until all 3lights turn on – this will refresh the module resetting itback to having no users in "Control Mode".Access point mode useAccess point mode is the default operating mode for thethe NeuLog WIFI module – it transmits its own closedwireless network which allows up to 5 devices to connectto it at a time. No prior wireless networks are required,making this option both very portable and unique.Because the network is closed; you will not be able tobrowse the internet, if you wish to browse the internetwhile using the WIFI module please locate the "ClientMode" procedural guide in this manual. Connect up to 5NeuLog sensors directly to the left side of the WIFI-202module (no wires required).V2018.01English

22Home1. Connect either a BAT-200 or a USB to micro USBcable connected to a power source, to the WIFI-202module to supply power.2. The WIFI-202 indicator lights will flash; take no actionuntil the LED to the far left turns blue.3. Take your tablet or smart phone and go to the WiFisettings and select the NeuLog network whichmatches the WIFI module ID found on the back of theWIFI-202 device (NeuLog1334 for example).4. Once the device is connected go to your browserand type in the website into the URL bar,then wait for 30-60 seconds.Note: Only one device can be in control mode at atime, the remaining devices must be in "View mode"but switching between them is both possible andvery easy. The "Control mode" allows the user tochange experimental parameters and both start andstop data collection. View mode allows the user toview the data being recorded.5. The browser will then load a new screen and begin toauto detect the sensors, this can take a minute.6. Once the sensors are found you will see an icon onthe left side of the screen for any detected sensors.The icon will display data in real time.7. To set the sensors' settings click on each sensor'sicon.V2018.01English

23Home8. To change the experimental settings click the "Runexperiment" icon (experiment duration for example).9. To run an experiment and collect data click "Record".Client mode useIf you have a wireless network and wish to browse theinternet while using the NeuLog WIFI module; you canuse client mode to connect the WIFI module to your localinternet. By default the WIFI module starts in "Accesspoint mode" but can easily be changed to "Client mode".Note: Before following this procedural guide you mustconfigure your WIFI module using the "Access PointMode" guide above. Access point mode is mostcommonly used.1. Configure your WIFI module as per the "Access pointmode" guide in this document.2. Using your connected device, locate and click the"Tools" icon on the top of the NeuLog webapplication window in your browser.3. Click on "WIFI options".4. Input your local internet connection's name andpassword in their respective text fields and click on"Connect". This step attempts to connect the NeuLogWIFI module directly to your local wireless networkallowing you to browse the internet.V2018.01English

24HomeNote:During this time the green light on the WIFI modulewill flash. In the event that the NeuLog site could notbe accessed the blue light will turn back on and theWIFI module will return to "Access point mode".5. If connection to the NeuLog site is successful; you willbe disconnected from the NeuLog closed wirelessnetwork (i.e. NeuLog1334) and the green light on theWIFI module will remain on.6. At this point you must connect to your local wirelessconnection (the information you put into the "ClientMode" boxes).7. On the new screen you get, click the Connect buttonto reconnect the browser to the WIFI-202 module.8. You will now be in client mode with the ability tobrowse the internet using your smart device.When connecting additional wireless devices (up to 5total) simply type the address "" into yourdevice’s internet browser bar. A prompt will ask for theWIFI-202 ID, this is the digit code located on the back ofthe WIFI module. Click "Connect" and now you will beable to access the NeuLog software broadcast from theWIFI module.The next time the WIFI module is turned on it will againattempt to enter client mode by connecting to the samewireless connection. If the connection fails; the WIFImodule will restart back in access point mode.V2018.01English

25HomeUsing the WIFI-202 in USB modeUSB mode allows you to use your WIFI module as if itwere a NeuLog USB-200. This requires a computerwhich has the NeuLog software (available as a freedownload on connecting the WIFI module to your sensors andcomputer via the included USB to micro USB cable, youare able to stream data directly from your sensors to theNeuLog browser based application.To enter USB Mode:1. Download and install the NeuLog browser basedapplication onto the computer which you plan onusing. The application can be downloaded for free as well as a full application userguide.2. Choose "Downloads" on the main menu and thenchoose "Software and Application".3. Connect the WIFI module to the computer with theNeuLog application using the included USB to microUSB cable, you’ll see the LED lights blink for amoment while the module powers on.4. Connect your NeuLog sensors to the side of the WIFImodule, the red LED on each sensor should blink toacknowledge they are working properly.V2018.01English

26Home5. Press the button located on the front panel of theWIFI module three times, the yellow LED labeled 'U'should turn on.6. Open the NeuLog application.7. Your connected sensors will automatically bedetected.8. Once your sensors are detected, you can beginexperimenting in USB mode!Note: To switch back to Access Point mode fromUSB mode, press the button on the WIFI modulefaceplate three times again.Troubleshooting walkthroughDue to the technological complexity of the NeuLog WIFI202 module and the ever updating software andhardware found on today’s wireless devices, it is possiblethat you may run into some performance issues whilethe unit is communicating with your wireless device.Luckily, for these circumstances the NeuLog WIFImodule can easily be cleared and updated!If you are noticing that the performance of your NeuLogWIFI-202 module is acting sporadic please follow theguides below.V2018.01English

27HomeRestarting the WIFI module:Restarting the WIFI module will often clear up anyconnectivity issues you may be having and is anextremely easy process.1. Connect the WIFI module to a power source – thiscan be either a charged BAT-200 or directly to yourcomputer using the USB to micro USB cable.2. The LED lights on the WIFI module will turn on toindicate that it is now being powered.Note: You do NOT need to wait for the network to betransmitted at this point.3. Once the WIFI module is powered, simply press andhold the button on the front panel of the WIFI modulefor roughly 4 seconds (until the green, red, and blueturn on).4. When the blue LED is the only light on, the closedwireless network is being transmitted and you canconnect devices as usual.5. If the behavior of the WIFI module is still sporadicplease continue to the Updating the WIFI module'sfirmware walkthrough below.V2018.01English

28HomeUpdating your WIFI module's firmware:If restarting your NeuLog WIFI module didn’t solve theWIFI module's performance issues, please update yourWIFI module firmware as per the guide below.Firmware updates for the NeuLog WIFI module om. Choose "Downloads" on the mainmenu and then choose "Upgrade firmware".It is recommended to check back often for the latestreleases.Note: A full WIFI firmware update walkthrough is alsoavailable on the website listed above.Materials required A computer with wireless capability running aWindows operating system WIFI-202 module USB to micro USB cableV2018.01English

29Home1. Download the latest NeuLog WIFI firmware updatefrom the NeuLog website.2. Install the NeuLog WIFI firmware updater.3. Power your WIFI module by connecting a chargedBAT-200 or through connection to your computerusing the included USB to micro USB cable.4. After a few moments when only the blue LED lightremains on – the wireless network (NeuLog1334 forexample) is being transmitted.5. Open your computers wireless connection settingsand connect to the NeuLogXXXX wireless network.Note: You may get a notification that you now have a"limited" connection – this is OK as it simply meansyou don’t have access to the internet.6. Open the WIFI firmware updater, titled "wifi201update" from your desktop (the file you downloadedand installed in step 1).7. A small window will open. Press Start. The updaterwill run automatically and will take about fiveminutes.V2018.01English

30Home8. When the firmware update is complete (you will seethe word "Status: Update finish OK" at the bottom ofthe window) you can close the window, and powercycle the WIFI module by unplugging it from yourpower source.9. Your WIFI module is now up to date!10. You can verify it by checking the version on the"About NeuLog" icon (after entering problems with your NeuLog WIFI-201 module continueto persist, please contact NeuLog for additionalassistance at [email protected] in package NeuLog General Guide. NeuLog WIFI-202 module. USB to micro USB cable.Maintenance and storage Never submerge the NeuLog plastic body in anyliquid. Store in a box at room temperature out of directsunlight.V2018.01English

31HomeWarrantyWe promise to deliver our module free of defects inmaterials and workmanship for a period of 3 years fromthe date of purchase. Our warranty does not coverdamage of the product caused by improper use, abuse,or incorrect storage. Sensors with a shelf life such as ionselective probes have a warranty of 1 year. Should youneed to act upon the warranty please contact yourdistributor. Your module will be repaired or replaced.Thank you for using NeuLog.V2018.01English

32InicioGuía Generaldel Sensores Interface yMódulos NeuLogV2018.01Español

33InicioSensores interface NeuLogBienvenido a la nueva era de recolección de datosexperimentales con sensores interface inteligentes "plugand play".Los sensores interface NeuLog ofrecen una grancantidad de herramientas didácticas para satisfacer tusnecesidades en el área de experimentación científica.El sistema NeuLog funciona como un conjunto demódulos independientes basados en la computadora,completos con una interface, memoria flash y sensor –todo en cada sensor individual.Los sensores se conectan unos con otros y tienen lahabilidad de conectarse en cadena para luegotransmitir los datos a cualquier sistema de computadorao aparato inteligente.Las necesidades del sistema NeuLog son hardware ysoftware agnóstico ya que puede conectarse a casicualquier plataforma de computadora o sistemaoperativo (PC, MAC, iPad, Tabletas, Android, teléfonosinteligentes, etc). Sólo se necesita una conexión USB oconectividad inalámbrica.Nota: Los productos NeuLog son para uso educativo.V2018.01Español

34InicioGuías de usuario NeuLogEsta es una guía general para todos los sensores ymódulos NeuLog con instrucciones para su uso en losdistintos modos operativos. Las guías específicas paracada sensor se pueden encontrar en;elije "Productos" en el menú principal y selecciona elsensor o módulo relevante.Cada guía de usuario específica contiene: Qué incluye cada sensorLas especificaciones del sensorVideos y ejemplos de experimentosInformación técnicaMantenimiento y almacenamientoCompensación del sensor (si es necesaria)Nota: Algunos sensores (en la lista a continuación)requieren de instrucciones diferentes debido a lanaturaleza específica del sensor. En el caso de estossensores, por favor dirígete a antesde usarlos: NUL-209, Foto compuerta NUL-243, GPSV2018.01Español

35InicioProcedimiento inicial rápidoComputadora PC o Mac – Conexión por cableMateriales necesarios: Sensor NeuLog. Módulo USB-200 o WIFI-201 (para usarlo comoconexión USB). Cable USB a mini USB (incluido en el módulo USB200).El sensor debe conectarse al módulo USB-200. Elmódulo USB-200 se conecta a la computadora a travésdel USB (también puede hacerse con un WIFI-201). Porfavor tome en cuenta que no se puede conectar elsensor directamente a la computadora.La aplicación basada en el navegador puededescargarse gratuitamente en asícomo una guía completa del uso de la aplicación.Elije "Downloads" en el menú principal y luego elige"Software y Application".V2018.01Español

36InicioProcedimiento:1. Instala la aplicación NeuLog.2. Conecta el módulo USB-200 a la PC o Mac.3. Conecta el sensor o sensores al módulo USB-200 (seconectan directamente entre sí). Por favor nota quelos sensores NeuLog no necesitan calibración.Debes ver que el LED rojo del sensor parpadea alconectarlo.4. Abre la aplicación NeuLog haciendo clic en elacceso directo de la pantalla.5. Los sensores conectados son identificadosautomáticamente por el software; el softwaretambién reconoce cuando se conectan otrossensores o se desconecta alguno.6. Cuando aparece la caja del módulo del sensor a laizquierda de la pantalla, ya aparece una lectura entiempo real y una gráfica en la pantalla; elexperimento puede comenzar.V2018.01Español

37Inicio7. Selecciona uno de los siguientes botones y elprograma te guiará por medio de las siguientesopciones de funciones:a. 'Ejecutar Experimento' con los mismosparámetros del experimento para todos lossensores o con los parámetros de cada sensor.b. Experimento de 'Medición Única'.c. 'Visuales' enseña cuatro opciones para presentarlos valores de uno de los sensores conectados:Digital, Barra, Medidor Análogo y GráficaAcumulada.d. 'Cargar Experimento' de la memoria flash delsensor.e. 'Abrir Experimento' de un archivo guardado.f. 'Herramientas' para cambiar la configurac

USB-200 USB Module, or WIFI-201/WIFI-202 (using WiFi as USB connection) USB to mini USB cable (included with the USB-200 module) Your sensor needs to be connected to a USB-200 module. The USB200 module then connects to a - computer via USB (this can also be done with WIFI-201 or