Labdisc concept

k-12 science data logging solution - Inquiry-based learning was never so easy!
Wireless, compact data logger with up to 14 built-in sensors.

All-in-one, complete lab in the palm of your hand

The Labdisc is the only solution for K-12 science with up to 14 wireless sensors built into a single compact device - revolutionizing science in terms of convenience, cost and portability: Saving up to 90 minutes on lab setup time.

Cable free, utilizing Bluetooth communication

The Labdisc uses Bluetooth communication between the data logger and the computer, with a single wireless transmission for up to 14 sensors, reducing radio interference and eliminating the need for costly transmitters built into every sensor.

Built-in unique probes and features

The Labdisc's large number of  high quality sensors opens the door for inquiry-based learning in variety of science fields, including: Biology, chemistry, physics, environmental science and geography. Unique features include the GPS probe which harnesses GPS to plot sensor values as a layer over a Google map.

Dramatic cost savings

The Labdisc sensors deliver unbeatable value for money when compared with any other package with the same number of sensors. Features such as display, keypad, memory and a very long battery life make stand-alone data collection possible without the need for computer investments.

Automatic sensor testing and calibration

The Labdisc’s internal microprocessor automatically calibrates and tests all the built-in sensors to a known reference, so educators can focus on science concepts rather than equipment setup and calibration.

Over 150 hours of battery life

The very long battery life of the Labdisc makes it a practical tool for inside or outside the classroom and provides an ideal solution for long-term experiments such as plant growth, weather change and pollution.

Integrative multi-disciplinary experiment books for K-12

The Labdisc makes science easy and fun with a full interactive experiment set for elementary, middle and high school students that focus on design and analysis, the part of the learning process with the greatest pedagogic value.