What sets microLAB's FS-528 Laboratory Measurement System apart? The microLAB Experiment Builder Software: A blank canvas on which students can easily plan experiments, calibrate sensors, set up data displays, conduct their experiment, and analyze data.
Instrument Experiments provide colorful visual, digital, and graphic displays specific to spectroscopy and electrochemistry topics. Data analysis tools are built-in to support immediate evaluation of data.
Choose from pre-written experiments for a quick-start option offering proof-of-concept experiments requiring minimal setup, or hand-entered experiments allowing students to use microLAB's data visualization and analysis tools with hand-entered data.
microLAB's versatile software supports in-lab research extensions of experiments and undergraduate research.
The microLAB FS-528
The microLAB FS-528 has a built-in spectrophotometer to measure fluorescence, absorbance, scatter, and transmission in the 360-880 nm range. In addition, the unit has an integrated gas pressure sensor and voltage output for electrochemistry experiments. The FS-528 includes ports that expand the capabilities to include the measurement of temperature, pH, light, counts, conductance, voltage, and time.Tools to Measure
The microLAB FS-528 has built in capabilities to illuminate, stir, heat, electrically charge, and irradiate a sample. These tools are easily controlled in the microLAB software and can be used to set experimental conditions.
The efficient design of the microLAB interface and software provide quick feedback on data collection that allow students to analyze their data while still in lab. Students can collect, visualize, graph, analyze, and evaluate their data all within microLAB's experiment programs.