NeuLog sensors provide the best of both worlds, helping you integrate today’s technology into the classroom to help students better comprehend the key concepts of traditional science studies. This unique set of plug-and-play logger sensors is highlighted by the WiFi module, which allows any NeuLog sensor to connect to computers, tablets, and smartphones via wireless communication! Moreover, with NeuLog’s modular design, up to five sensors can be connected in a chain so students can simultaneously track experimental variables such as temperature, air pressure, voltage, sound, humidity, and a great deal more! This autonomous plug-and-play concept allows for an easy, precise and fun way of conducting classroom and field experiments.

Flexible, Fast, Simple, Ready for the Future

Flexible Sensors work with:

• PC
• Mac
• iOS and Android Tablets
• iOS and Android Smart Phones

Multiple Connection Options

• Wireless
• Stand Alone Viewer

Plug and Play

• No calibration
• Immediate readings
• Minimal set-up time

Works with future technologies

• Since the software is browser-based, it will work on any hardware and software of the future with no need for upgrades
• Firmware is upgradable 


• No need for expensive hubs to connect
• Software prepared for future iterations at no additional cost


• Connect up to 5 sensors at once
• Collect a wide range of data
• Great for any age level

More than 40 Sensors available for:




Current, Voltage, Force, Flow Rate... Oxygen, Salinity, UVA, Colorimeter... Humidity, CO2, Blood Pressure, Turbidity...

How to get started with NeuLog sensors

1. Select type of Sensor

What do you want to measure? Choose from over 40 sensors for physics, chemistry, and biology.

2. Consider your technology

What type of hardware do you have, and or what are the devices your students most commonly have and use? These answers will help you choose how you will send data.

3. Choose Connection type

There are many different ways to view the data and send to your hardware.You can choose from USB, RF, WiFi, or Display Module. Learn more.

Software and Support Material

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