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A combined pack of all of the Curriculum material eBooks

A complete set of eBooks covering Physics, Chemistry & Biology for students aged 11 to 18.

Biology (11-14)

The activities cover these areas:

  • Measuring pulse
  • Breathing patterns
  • Oxygen consumption
  • Food as fuels
  • Respiration
  • Photosynthesis
  • Transpiration and Plant growth
  • Reaction times
  • Body heat

Biology (14-18)

The activities cover these areas:

  • Human Physiology
  • Plant Biology
  • Biochemistry
  • Applied Biology
  • Food science
  • The Environment

Chemistry (11-14)

The activities cover these areas:

  • How hot can water get?
  • Measuring pH values
  • What is the pH value of water?
  • Comparing the effectiveness of antacids
  • A chemical reaction using 2 chemicals found in the home
  • What happens when an alkali is mixed with an acid?
  • What happens to pH when sodium hydroxide is added to hydrochloric acid?
  • Burning a fossil fuel
  • Hot and cold reactions
  • Does mass change in a chemical reaction?
  • Using mass loss to see how quickly a reaction takes place
  • Rate of reaction: Marble chips and hydrochloric acid
  • Evaporation
  • What happens when salt dissolves in water?
  • Heat of vaporization of a liquid
  • Hydrogen bonding, identifying through evaporation
  • Citrus power
  • What happens to the mass as a fuel is burnt?
  • Good and bad conductors

Chemistry (14-18)

The activities cover these areas:

  • Energy from fuels
  • Electrolysis
  • Endothermic and exothermic reactions
  • Rates of reaction
  • pH changes
  • Changes of state
  • Gas laws
  • Titrations
  • Finding concentrations
  • Measuring viscosity of liquids and effusions 

Physics (11-14)

The activities cover these areas:

  • Nature of electricity and circuits.
  • Introductory kinematics (velocity, acceleration)
  • Induction.
  • Heat
  • Levers and pulleys
  • Floating and sinking.

Physics (14-18): Motion & Forces

The activities cover these areas:

  • Velocity
  • Acceleration
  • Newton’s laws
  • Momentum
  • Simple harmonic motion
  • Resultant forces
  • Measurement of force due to gravity

Physics (14-18): Electricity & Heat

The activities cover these areas:

  • Radiant energy
  • Convection, conduction and radiation
  • Heat and temperature
  • Equivalence of energy
  • U values and insulation
  • Electrical characteristics
  • Current and voltage in a circuit
  • Ohm's law
  • Electromagnetism.
  • Diodes
  • Transistors
  • LCR circuits

Physics (14-18): Light, Sound & Pressure

The activities cover these areas:

  • Inverse square law
  • Polarisation of light
  • Young’s interference experiments
  • Gas laws
  • Standing waves in sound
  • Superposition of waves
  • Resonance
  • Sounds

Science at Work (11-16)

IThe activities cover these areas: 

  • Why 30 mph? 
  • Why do bulbs blow as you turn them on? 
  • Not only exercise excites the heart? 
  • Is cool best? 
  • Make a safer car? 
  • Why does my MP3 music sound scratchy? 
  • Why insulate houses? 
  • Food as fuel 
  • How much grip does my trainer give? 
  • Should I wear light coloured clothing in the summer to keep cool? 
  • Measuring temperature without touching 
  • Residual heat: Thermal imaging 
  • Hot stuff! – mapping your face 
  • Residual heat: Finding where a natural disaster victim is buried 
  • How tall am I? 
  • How does pressure change with depth? 
  • How deep is my pond? 
  • Reaction Times 
  • Does using a mobile really distract me? 
  • Hit the brakes! 
  • How good is my suntan cream? 
  • Walk this way! 
  • Speed trap 
  • Long wires, less power? 
  • A model of the greenhouse effect 
  • Volts from wind? 
  • Making electricity from sunlight 
  • How hot does the water get from the sun? 
  • How hot can water get? 
  • A womb with a view – a quick scan 
  • A womb with a view – getting the picture

Science in Sport (11-18)

Section 1: Did I win?

  • Detecting movement, calculating speed
  • Remote measurement of distance, objects and materials
  • Who won?
  • Finding the end
  • How fast did it go?
  • How fast is the wind speed?

Section 2: What can I do?

  • Reaction times
  • Hit the brakes!
  • Muscle fatigue
  • ECG demonstration (Graph & Scope)
  • Breathing patterns
  • Spirometer: Lung capacities
  • Spirometer: Peak Flow

Section 3: Will I be safe?

  • How good is my sun block?
  • Is cool best?
  • Reducing the impact a. Force and Light gate, b. Accelerometer and Light gate
  • Reducing the impact: Effect of the landing surface, Predicting the impact, Creating the safe landing zone
  • Finding the damage: A quick scan and Getting the full picture

Section 4: Can I get help?

  • Forces in levers
  • Keeping cool, losing heat
  • The right clothes for the right sport?
  • How does sweating keep you cool?
  • How does sport clothing keep you dry?
  • How much grip does my trainer give?
  • Polarised sunglasses
  • Understanding my diet
  • Streamlining

Section 5: Am I improving?

  • Pulse
  • Pulse: Measuring change
  • Recovery times and training routines
  • Recovery rates and training (Polar Heart rate)
  • Recovery rates and training (Pulse Oximeter)
  • Can I improve my putting?
  • Can I measure my performance?

Section 6: Extras!

  • Lighting the flame
  • Not only exercise excites the heart!
  • I didn’t take it!

Biology (11-14)

  • Pulse
  • Armchair Gymnastics
  • Not only exercise excites the heart
  • Food as a fuel
  • Breathing patterns
  • Rate of consumption of oxygen as a measure of respiratory activity
  • Rate of production of carbon dioxide as a measure of respiratory activity using a pH sensor
  • Temperature changes as a measure of respiratory activity
  • How does photosynthetic activity vary with light intensity?
  • Measuring water loss (transpiration) from plants
  • Growth rate in a plant as a measure of photosynthetic activity
  • Regulation of body heat
  • Hot stuff
  • How does sweating keep you cool?
  • Should I use deodorant or antiperspirant?
  • Why do animals huddle?
  • Reaction times and Hit the brakes!
  • Measuring the daily changes in a habitat
  • Protease and Casein (milk powder) reaction
  • The breakdown of starch by the enzyme amylase using a light level sensor
  • Osmosis
  • How good is my suntan cream?

The range of sensors used in these activities include:

  • Heart Rate and Pulse Waveform
  • Temperature
  • Breathing rate belt and Pressure sensor pack
  • Light
  • Humidity
  • Oxygen
  • pH
  • Rotary Motion
  • Infrared
  • Colorimeter
  • Ultraviolet
  • Push Button switches
  • Timing mats

Biology (14-18)

  • Pulse
  • Armchair gymnastics
  • Not only exercise excites the heart
  • Food as fuel
  • Citrus power
  • Rate of consumption of O2 as measure of respiratory activity
  • Rate of production of CO2 as a measure of respiratory activity
  • Temperature changes as a measure of respiratory activity.
  • Measuring respiration (effect of temperature)
  • Gas production in yeast fermentation of sucrose
  • The uptake of oxygen as a measure of photosynthetic activity
  • Growth in a plant, as a measure of photosynthetic activity
  • Regulation of body heat
  • Hot stuff!
  • How does sweating keep you cool?
  • Should I use deodorant or antiperspirant?
  • Why do animals huddle?
  • 18/19 Reaction times and Hit the brakes
  • Measuring the daily changes in a habitat
  • Osmosis
  • The effect of temperature on membrane permeability in beetroot
  • Residual heat: Thermal imaging.
  • Residual heat: Finding where a natural disaster survivor is buried
  • Relationship between temperature and radiated energy
  • How good is my suntan cream?
  • How does photosynthetic activity vary with light intensity?
  • Photosynthesis and respiration
  • Transpiration: Measuring water loss from plants
  • Transpiration: Measuring by mass loss
  • Transpiration: Differences between leaf surfaces
  • Transpiration: Measuring by pressure change (photometer)
  • Does water loss in a plant change its physical size?
  • Protease and casein reaction
  • How does enzyme activity change with temperature?
  • How does enzyme activity change with pH?
  • Change of enzyme activity with substrate concentration?
  • Cobalt as an inhibitor of a protease activity
  • Determination of the Michaelis constant
  • Amylase and starch reaction
  • How does enzyme activity change with temperature?
  • How does enzyme activity change with pH?
  • How does enzyme activity change with substrate concentration?
  • The breakdown of starch by the enzyme amylase
  • Heart beats
  • ECG graph demonstration
  • ECG Scope demonstration
  • Heart beats (Polar Heart rate sensor)
  • Breathing patterns
  • Lung capacities
  • Peak Flow
  • Flow volume loops
  • Colorimetric determination of glucose concentration
  • Effect of glucose concentration on the colour of Benedict’s solution
  • Acid base titration: polyprotic acids
  • Why does fruit brown when exposed to air?
  • Rate of reaction: Which catalyst is best?
  • The rate at which catalase breaks down
  • Acid base Titration: Titration of alanine with sodium hydroxide
  • Biology enzymes: Juice extraction from apples
  • Control of body temperature’s response to hot and cold
  • Regulation of body temperature due to exercise
  • A womb with a view: A quick scan (model of ultrasound imaging)
  • A womb with a view: The whole view (model of ultrasound imaging)
  • Effect of sunlight on carbon dioxide levels around a plant
  • Carbon dioxide levels in the classroom
  • How does carbon dioxide vary in the environment?
  • A model of the green house effect
  • How does pressure change with depth? How deep is my pond?
  • How tall am I?
  • The role of buffers in biological systems
  • Muscle fatigue using the Light gate
  • Muscle fatigue using a Force sensor
  • Daltons law of partial pressures
  • Heat transfer in a heat exchanger – co and counter current

The range of sensors used in these activities include:

  • Temperature
  • Temperature fast response
  • Heart rate and Pulse waveform
  • Polar Heart rate
  • ECG
  • Oxygen
  • pH
  • Gas Pressure ±10 kPa and Breathing belt
  • Carbon dioxide
  • Humidity
  • Drop Bubble Counter
  • Colorimeter
  • Voltage
  • Infrared
  • Ultraviolet
  • Rotary Motion
  • Motion
  • Light level
  • Force
  • Spirometer
  • Balance and Balance adaptor
  • Push button switches
  • Timing mat

Chemistry (11-14)

  • How hot can water get?
  • Measuring pH values
  • What is the pH value of water?
  • Comparing the effectiveness of antacids
  • A chemical reaction using 2 chemicals found in the home
  • What happens when an alkali is mixed with an acid?
  • What happens to pH when sodium hydroxide is added to hydrochloric acid?
  • Burning a fossil fuel
  • Hot and cold reactions
  • Does mass change in a chemical reaction?
  • Using mass loss to see how quickly a reaction takes place
  • Rate of reaction: Marble chips and hydrochloric acid
  • Evaporation
  • What happens when salt dissolves in water?
  • Heat of vaporization of a liquid
  • Hydrogen bonding, identifying through evaporation
  • Citrus power
  • What happens to the mass as a fuel is burnt?
  • Good and bad conductors

The range of sensors used in these activities include:

  • pH sensor
  • Temperature
  • Current
  • Voltage
  • Drop Bubble Counter
  • Oxygen
  • Humidity
  • Top-pan Balance and Adaptor

Chemistry (14-18)

  • Burning a fossil fuel
  • Comparing fuels
  • Good and bad conductors
  • Electric lemons
  • Reduction potentials – micro-Voltaic Cells
  • Faraday's laws of electrolysis
  • Potentiometric study of a mixture of halide ions
  • A displacement reaction
  • Hot and cold reactions
  • Measurement of enthalpy changes: Calorimetry
  • Measurement of enthalpy changes: Endothermic reactions
  • Hess's law: Sodium hydroxide and hydrochloric acid
  • Heat of combustion: Magnesium and Oxygen
  • Heat of solution – adding salt to water
  • Measuring pH values
  • Measuring pH values of everyday substances
  • What is the pH value of water?
  • Comparing the effectiveness of antacids
  • What happens when an alkali is mixed with an acid?
  • A chemical reaction using 2 chemicals round in the home
  • Buffer solutions
  • Change of state from a solid to a liquid
  • Change of state from a liquid to a gas
  • Heat of fusion of ice
  • Hydrogen bonding – evaporation
  • Heat of vaporisation of a liquid
  • Boyle's law
  • Temperature volume relationship in a gas (Charles' law, Gay-Lussacs law)
  • Pressure temperature relationship of a gas. Absolute zero
  • Dalton's law of partial pressures
  • Molar mass of a volatile liquid
  • Determination of R, the gas constant
  • Determination of n for a chemical reaction
  • Acid alkali titration using a burette
  • Acid base titrations: Titration of sodium hydroxide with hydrochloric acid
  • Acid base titration: Titration of sodium carbonate with hydrochloric acid
  • Acid base titrations: Polyprotic acids, determination of the molar concentration of phosphoric acid in cola
  • Acid base titration: Titration of Alanine with sodium hydroxide
  • Thermometric titration
  • Conductometric titration: Titration of sodium hydroxide with hydrochloric acid, using a burette
  • Conductometric titration: Titration of barium hydroxide with hydrochloric acid
  • Rate of reaction: Marble chips and hydrochloric acid
  • Rate of reaction: Which catalyst is best?
  • Light transmittance through a reaction mixture of hydrochloric acid and sodium thiosulphate
  • Autocatalytic oxidation of ethanedioate by manganate (VII)
  • Finding the concentration of a solution using Beer Lambert's law
  • Finding the concentration of chlorine in water using Beer Lambert's law
  • Determination of the manganese content of a paper clip
  • Stoichiometry of the copper – EDTA complex
  • Chemical equilibrium: Calculating Kc
  • Colorimetric determination of glucose concentration
  • Comparing and measuring the viscosity of liquids
  • A demonstration of Grahams law of effusion

The range of sensors used in these activities include:

  • Temperature
  • pH
  • Conductivity
  • Oxygen
  • Humidity
  • Current
  • Voltage
  • Drop and Bubble Counter
  • Absolute Gas pressure
  • Colorimeter
  • Rotary Motion

Physics (11-14)

  • Comparing fuels
  • Electricity from water power
  • Electricity from wind
  • Making electricity from sunlight
  • How hot does the water get from the sun?
  • What changes current in a circuit?
  • How does adding lamps in series affect the current?
  • Can you use bulb brightness to measure current?
  • Electric current in circuits – Series circuits
  • Electric current in circuits – Parallel circuits
  • Electric current in circuits – Current and voltage in series circuits
  • Fuses – Do fuses blow at their rated current?
  • Fuses – What happens if an over current is applied?
  • What decides if something floats or sinks?
  • How does up thrust change as an object sinks further into a liquid?
  • Up thrust and floating
  • How do different materials stretch?
  • Investigating friction – static friction
  • Investigating friction – dynamic friction
  • How does the strength of an electromagnet vary with an increasing current?
  • How does coiling a wire affect the strength of the electromagnet?
  • What happens if an alternating current is used to make an electromagnet?
  • Reflections
  • How does the intensity of light change with the distance from the light?
  • What happens to the brightness of a bulb as voltage is changed?
  • Long wires, less power?
  • Speed of sound – by reflection
  • Speed of sound – by time difference between two sensors
  • Measuring the speed of sound in air
  • Measuring speeds on a runway
  • Average speeds/velocity
  • How does the angle of a slope affect the speed of a cart rolling down it?
  • Acceleration
  • Streamlining
  • Energy and heat
  • Induction in a coil
  • Forces in levers
  • Pulleys

The range of sensors used in these activities include:

  • Temperature
  • Voltage
  • Current
  • Light
  • Force
  • Motion
  • Light Gates
  • Magnetic field
  • Sound
  • Wire Coil

Physics (14-18) Motion & Forces

  • Introducing the Motion sensor: Distance, objects and materials
  • Introducing the Motion sensor: Detecting movement
  • Measuring speeds on a track
  • How does the angle of a slope affect the speed of cart rolling down it?
  • How does the weight of a cart affect the speed as it rolls down a slope?
  • Average speeds / velocity
  • Acceleration (calculated by students)
  • Acceleration at the top of slope and at the bottom of a slope
  • Measuring the speed of a cart with Light gates (analogue)
  • Motion down an inclined plane slope using a Motion sensor
  • Motion down an inclined plane using a Rotary Motion sensor
  • Motion down an inclined plane using a Light gate and Spoked pulley
  • Motion up and down an inclined plane
  • Simple harmonic motion in a spring mass system
  • Simple harmonic motion (using Force and Motion sensors)
  • Simple harmonic motion (using a Rotary Motion sensor)
  • SHM: The relationship between impulse and change in momentum
  • SHM: Calculation of k from a graph of F vs. x
  • Period of an oscillating spring mass system
  • Relationship between period and the length of the pendulum
  • The relationship between a pendulum period and its' amplitude
  • Diluted gravity – measuring g by rolling a cart down a slope
  • Angle of slope, acceleration and gravity
  • Large and small falling masses
  • Acceleration due to gravity using a Picket fence and Light gate
  • Acceleration due to gravity – by free fall
  • Motion with balanced forces
  • Newton’s second law
  • Newton’s second law using Atwood’s machine
  • Conservation of linear momentum
  • Explosions and recoil
  • Investigating the effectiveness of crumple zones
  • Why 30mph?
  • Bungee jump: Resultant forces
  • Bungee jump: Impulse and change in momentum
  • Bungee jump: Force vs. extension and work done
  • Centripetal force in a pendulum
  • Conservation of angular momentum
  • Conservation of energy – bouncing ball
  • Investigating the work energy law W=dEk
  • Forces acting on a floating object
  • How does upthrust change as an object sinks into a liquid?
  • Force acting upwards on a floating object depends upon density
  • Forces in levers
  • Pulleys
  • Force extension characteristic for a spring / elastic material

The range of sensors used in these activities include:

  • Force
  • Motion
  • Light Gates
  • Rotary Motion
  • Rotary Motion Accessories
  • Spoked Pulley
  • Dynamics System or Track
  • Interrupt Card set

Physics (14-18) Electricity & Heat

  • The coffee problem
  • Cooling by evaporation
  • How does sweating keep you cool?
  • Cooling substances
  • Heat transfer
  • Radiate energy (Leslie’s cube)
  • Relationship between temperature and radiated energy
  • What type of surface absorbs radiant energy?
  • Why insulate houses? A hotter house for less greenhouse gas
  • Conduction and convection in gases
  • Conduction and convection in liquids
  • Conduction and convection in solids
  • Which is the best conductor of heat?
  • Which material is the best absorber of heat?
  • Residual heat: Thermal imaging
  • Residual heat: Finding where a natural disaster survivor is buried
  • Hot stuff!
  • Equivalence of heat energy liberated to electrical energy dissipated
  • Stefan – Boltzmann law using a tungsten filament lamp
  • Calibration of a thermometer
  • Specific heat capacity for a liquid
  • Specific heat capacity of a solid
  • Using U values, how heat is lost
  • Angle of the sun and collected energy
  • What changes the current in a circuit?
  • Good and bad connectors
  • Connecting resistors together
  • What happens to the brightness of a bulb when the voltage is changed?
  • Can you use the bulb brightness to measure current?
  • Current and voltage a) against time) b) as an x –y graph
  • Electric current in circuits – series circuits – current has no choice
  • Electric current in circuits – Parallel circuits – current has a choice
  • Electric current in circuits – current and voltage in a simple series circuit
  • Ohm’s Law
  • Electrical characteristics resistor, lamp diode and LED
  • Time constant for a capacitor – resistor circuit
  • Time constant for a capacitor – resistor circuit
  • Charge stored on a capacitor
  • Energy stored in a capacitor
  • Startup current of a light bulb
  • Long wires, less power?
  • Induction of a current in a conductor
  • Induction of a voltage in a coil
  • Induction of a voltage in a coil extension + current
  • Induction of a voltage in a coil extension + current and magnetic field
  • What happens when a magnet spins in a coil?
  • Efficiency of an electric motor / generator
  • Electricity from water power
  • Change in the magnetic field strength between magnets
  • Measuring the strength of an electromagnet
  • Strength of an electromagnet, measuring volts and current
  • What happens if an alternating current is used to make an electromagnet?
  • How does the magnetic field strength due to a coil vary as the current varies?
  • The force acting on a current carrying conductor in a magnetic field
  • The variation of the magnetic field strength along the axis of a coil
  • Mapping the magnetic field of a bar magnet
  • Efficiency of a transformer
  • The D.C. characteristics of a diode
  • Diodes: A.C. rectification
  • Diodes: A.C. rectification bridge
  • The input characteristic of a transistor
  • Transistor as a switch and a current amplifier
  • Reactance and phase in a capacitor
  • C –R circuit. The impedance and phase difference changes as the frequency increases
  • L – R circuit. How does the impedance change as the frequency increases?
  • Resonance in a series LCR circuit

The range of sensors used in these activities include:

  • Temperature
  • Infrared
  • Heat Flow
  • Voltage
  • Current
  • Magnetic Field
  • Light

Physics (14-18) Light, Sound & Pressure

  • Reflectivity
  • How does the intensity of light change with the distance from the light?
  • Polarised sunglasses
  • Investigating interference: Single slit diffraction
  • Investigating interference: Young's double slit experiment
  • Infrared in the spectrum
  • An experimental estimation of Planck's constant
  • Fast light
  • The big squeeze
  • How does pressure change with height?
  • How does pressure change with depth and density?
  • Pressure and heat
  • What happens to the temperature of a gas if the pressure is changed?
  • Boyle's Law (P+V)
  • Temperature volume relationship in a gas
  • Pressure temperature relationship of a gas – estimating absolute zero
  • Dalton's law of partial pressures
  • Determination of R. the gas constant
  • Speed of sound in air (time difference between two sensors)
  • Speed of sound in a solid (by time difference between two sensors)
  • Speed of sound in air (by reflection/echo)
  • Speed of sound in air (by timing)
  • Investigating waves and sounds
  • Investigating sounds. How does a musical instrument affect the sound made?
  • Investigating waves. Superposition and Fourier analysis
  • Interference in sound waves (using snapshot)
  • Interference in sound waves (using a Motion sensor)
  • Investigating resonance in a pipe
  • Investigating resonance in a pipe (using a Rotary Motion sensor)
  • Voice recognition (Biometrics)

The range of sensors used in these activities include:

  • Light
  • Gas Pressure
  • Voltage
  • Current
  • Sound
  • Motion
  • Infrared
  • Rotary Motion
  • Rotary Motion Accessories

Science at Work (11-16)

  • Why 30 mph? 
  • Why do bulbs blow as you turn them on? 
  • Not only exercise excites the heart? 
  • Is cool best? 
  • Make a safer car? 
  • Why does my MP3 music sound scratchy? 
  • Why insulate houses? 
  • Food as fuel 
  • How much grip does my trainer give? 
  • Should I wear light coloured clothing in the summer to keep cool? 
  • Measuring temperature without touching 
  • Residual heat: Thermal imaging 
  • Hot stuff! – mapping your face 
  • Residual heat: Finding where a natural disaster victim is buried 
  • How tall am I? 
  • How does pressure change with depth? 
  • How deep is my pond? 
  • Reaction Times 
  • Does using a mobile really distract me? 
  • Hit the brakes! 
  • How good is my suntan cream? 
  • Walk this way! 
  • Speed trap 
  • Long wires, less power? 
  • A model of the greenhouse effect 
  • Volts from wind? 
  • Making electricity from sunlight 
  • How hot does the water get from the sun? 
  • How hot can water get? 
  • A womb with a view – a quick scan 
  • A womb with a view – getting the picture

Science in Sport

  • Detecting movement, calculating speed
  • Remote measurement of distance, objects and materials
  • Who won?
  • Finding the end
  • How fast did it go?
  • How fast is the wind speed?
  • Reaction times
  • Hit the brakes!
  • Muscle fatigue
  • ECG demonstration (Graph & Scope)
  • Breathing patterns
  • Spirometer: Lung capacities
  • Spirometer: Peak Flow
  • How good is my sun block?
  • Is cool best?
  • Reducing the impact a. Force and Light gate, b. Accelerometer and Light gate
  • Reducing the impact: Effect of the landing surface, Predicting the impact, Creating the safe landing zone
  • Finding the damage: A quick scan and Getting the full picture
  • Forces in levers
  • Keeping cool, losing heat
  • The right clothes for the right sport?
  • How does sweating keep you cool?
  • How does sport clothing keep you dry?
  • How much grip does my trainer give?
  • Polarised sunglasses
  • Understanding my diet
  • Streamlining
  • Pulse
  • Pulse: Measuring change
  • Recovery times and training routines
  • Recovery rates and training (Polar Heart rate)
  • Recovery rates and training (Pulse Oximeter)
  • Can I improve my putting?
  • Can I measure my performance?
  • Lighting the flame
  • Not only exercise excites the heart!
  • I didn’t take it!

The range of sensors used in these activities include:

  • Infrared
  • Light
  • Heart rate and Pulse waveform
  • Accelerometer High g
  • Accelerometer Low g
  • Light Gate)
  • Pulse Oximeter
  • Polar Heart rate
  • Temperature
  • Humidity
  • Force 
  • Motion
  • Ultraviolet
  • Spirometer
  • Gas Pressure ±10 kPa and Breathing belt
  • ECG
  • Push button Reaction switches
  • Timing mat
  • Count Tachometer
  • Crocodile Clips 
  • Voltage
  • Spectrometer

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