NeuLog Data Logging



NeuLog Data Loggers for Physics

Let students conduct classroom and field experiments using a single, smart unit. The NeuLog™ computer-based modules come complete with a data logger, flash memory, and sensor for an easy, precise, and fun tool at any grade level. Help your students explore and understand the very fabric of the universe around us with NeuLog physics sensors.

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Eisco™ NeuLog™ Voltage Logger Sensor

Measures voltages across various resistive, capacitive, and inductive components.

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NeuLog Data Loggers for Chemistry

Students can study electrochemistry, solar energy, organic chemistry, physical chemistry, acids and bases, distillation, and other forms of chemistry with NeuLog sensors.

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Eisco NeuLog pH Logger Sensor

Measure static pH for common liquids and track changing values during titrations.

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NeuLog Data Loggers for Biology

Students can study biochemistry, human physiology, plant physiology, and other biology topics using NeuLog sensors.

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Eisco NeuLog EKG Logger Sensor 

Teach students about electrocardiograms.

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Environmental Science


NeuLog Data Loggers for Environmental Science

Apply the principles of solar radiation and atmospheric pressure as well as the properties of water, wind velocity, and relative humidity to the study of environmental science with NeuLog sensors.


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Eisco NeuLog Anemometer Logger Sensor

Measure wind velocity with this field data collection tool. 

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Application Steps


Choose a Viewing Device

If you do not have a PC, laptop, tablet, or smartphone to use for viewing your experimental data, you will need to begin by choosing a NeuLog Viewer. Choose from graphic or digital display models.


Select a Connection Module

To connect to your sensor, choose between Bluetooth™, USB, or WiFi connection modules. Using the wireless option is ideal for fieldwork. Some connection devices may also require a battery module, free software, or an app download. See the product description for more information.


NeuLog Data Loggers with Panda Multi-Sensor

For science experiments that involve multiple parameter measurements, choose the Eisco™ NeuLog™ Panda Multi-Sensor. The Panda can be used to measure room temperature, light, barometric pressure, altitude, sound, relative humidity, dew-point, magnetic field, or G-acceleration readings. Designed for primary school students, it’s pre-calibrated and ready to use right out of the box.


Use the NeuLog Panda with Ease

The NeuLog Panda multi-sensor comes with a touchscreen for viewing results and nine built-in and pre-calibrated sensors, including temperature, light, barometric pressure, altitude, sound, relative humidity, dew-point, magnetic field, and G-acceleration. Additional sensors can be added to the Panda externally to expand your options.


Select a Connection Module

Connect the Panda to your hardware via the included USB cable (PC only) or purchase a WiFi Connection Module to conduct your experiment and view data on your computer or tablet.


Connect Additional NeuLog Sensors

The Panda Multi-Sensor has nine built-in sensors. Additional NeuLog™ sensors can be attached to collect different types of data with the same interface, including those listed below.


Robotics and Computer Coding

Eisco™ Sense is a robotic and computer programming system that allows users to explore and problem solve. Users can advance their computer programming abilities from visual block programming to Python and C languages using the “RoblocklySense” programming platform, which is available online for download. The sense platform can also be expanded with over 45 different NeuLog™ sensors.


Program Sense Using Visual Block

Start programming Sense using the Visual Block program. Just add a USB battery (not included) and the downloadable RoblocklySense software.


Program Sense Wirelessly

Use a WiFi connection module and battery module to program Sense wirelessly using Visual Block or Python coding languages.


Use NeuLog Sensors with Sense

Students can program Sense to respond to the environment using NeuLog sensors like those listed below.


Add Accessories

Using additional accessories with Sense will increase its capabilities, create complex challenges, and help advance coding skills.


Learn to Code

Students can use different modules to code using C language, integrate Arduino boards, and learn other advanced coding languages.