Mobile-CASSY 2

LD 524005
Mobile-CASSY 2
Mobile-CASSY 2

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Description

Measuring device for student experiments and demonstrations in the natural sciences:

  • Large measured value display switches on automatically after start-up or when a sensor is attached (no boot time and no further keys to press)
  • 4 mm safety sockets for U, I, P and E as well as Type K socket for NiCr-Ni temperature probe integrated
  • for all CASSY sensors and sensors M
  • The touch wheel – with a turn of the wheel quickly change to the appropriate screen or the appropriate list entry
  • Measurement time, measurement interval, trigger and pre-trigger (advance) are adjustable
  • Graphs of measured values with freely selectable coordinate axes and selectable evaluation methods (e.g. zoom and straight line fitting)
  • Measured values and screen shots can be saved on an integrated micro SD card and copied onto a USB stick
  • Full support from CASSY Lab 2 (524 220), via USB lead for teaching by demonstration with the projector 
  • Support leg allows easy viewing angle.
Charging adapter for 4 Mobile-CASSY 2 (524 0034) as accessory available.

Technical data

  • Graphics display: 9 cm (3.5"), colour QVGA (adjustable up to 400 cd/m²)
  • Inputs: 3 (can be used simultaneously)
  • Input A: U or CASSY sensor or sensor M
  • Input B: I or CASSY sensor or sensor M
  • Input ϑ: temperature 
  • Measuring range U: ±0.1/±0.3/±1/±3/±10/±30 V
  • Measuring range I: ±0.03/±0.1/±0.3/±1/±3 A
  • Measuring range ϑ: -200 ... +200 °C / -200 ... +1200 °C
  • Sensor connections: each 2 for CASSY sensors and sensors M
  • Sampling rate: max. 500,000 values/second
  • Operation: large capacitive touch wheel (42 mm)
  • Resolution: 12 bit
  • Time resolution of the timer inputs: 20 ns
  • Loudspeaker: integrated for key tones and GM counter tube (can be disabled as required)
  • Data storage device: integrated micro SD card for more than a thousand measurement files and screen shots, optionally also via a USB stick
  • Battery capacity: 14 watt-hours (AA size, replaceable)
  • Battery life: 8 h during operation, several years on standby
  • Kensington lock: as anti-theft protection
  • Dimensions: 175 mm x 95 mm x 40 mm

Scope of delivery

  • Mobile-CASSY 2 WLAN
  • Battery charger
  • NiCr-Ni temperature sensor
  • Quick start guide

Related Documents

PDF (Instruction Sheet) PDF (Instruction Sheet) [524 005] Mobile-CASSY 2
PDF (Description from CASSY Lab) PDF (Description from CASSY Lab) P1.4.2.1 Conservation of angular momentum in elastic rotational collision
PDF (Description from CASSY Lab) PDF (Description from CASSY Lab) P1.4.2.2 Conservation of angular momentum in inelastic rotational collision
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P1.5.1.1 Determining the gravitational acceleration with a simple pendulum
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P1.5.1.2 Determining the acceleration of gravity with a reversible pendulum
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P1.8.5.4 Static pressure in a reduced cross-section - Measuring the pressure with a pressure sensor and CASSY
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P1.8.5.5 Determining the volume flow with a Venturi tube - Measuring the pressure with a pressure sensor and CASSY
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P1.8.5.6 Determining the wind speed with a Prandtl pressure probe- Measuring the pressure with a pressure sensor and CASSY
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P1.8.6.4 Measuring the air resistance as a function of the wind speed - Measuring the pressure with a pressure sensor and CASSY
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P1.8.6.5 Drag coefficient cW: relationship between air resistance and body shape - Measuring the wind speed with a pressure sensor and CASSY
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P1.8.6.6 Pressure curve on an airfoil profile - Measuring the pressure with a pressure sensor and CASSY
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P1.8.7.4 Verifying the Bernoulli equation - Measuring with a pressure sensor and CASSY
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P2.1.2.1 Determining the volumetric expansion coefficient of liquids
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P2.1.3.1 Investigating the density maximum of water
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P2.2.2.1 Determining the efficiency of a solar collector as a function of the throughput volume of water
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P2.2.2.2 Determining the efficiency of a solar collector as a function of the heat insulation
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P2.3.2.1 Determining the specific heat of solids
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P2.3.4.1 Converting electrical energy into heat energy - Measuring with a voltmeter and an ammeter
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P2.4.1.1 Determining the specific vaporization heat of water
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P2.4.1.2 Determining the specific latent heat of ice
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P2.4.3.1 Observing the phase transition between the liquid and the gas phase at the critical point
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P2.5.2.1 Pressure-dependency of the volume of a gas at a constant temperature (Boyle-Mariotte’s law)
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P2.5.2.2 Temperature-dependency of the volume of a gas at a constant pressure (Gay-Lussac’s law)
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P2.5.2.3 Temperature-dependency of the pressure of a gas at a constant volume (Amontons’ law)
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P2.6.3.1 Determining the efficiency of the heat pump as a function of the temperature differential
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P2.6.3.2 Investigating the function of the expansion valve of the heat pump
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P2.6.3.3 Analyzing the cyclical process of the heat pump with the Mollier diagram
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P3.1.2.2 Confirming Coulomb’s law - Measuring with the force sensor
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P3.1.3.3 Measuring the potential inside a plate capacitor
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P3.1.3.4 Measuring the potential around a charged sphere
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P3.1.4.2 Kirchhoff’s voltage balance: Measuring the force between two charged plates of a plate capacitor
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P3.1.4.3 Measuring the force between a charged sphere and a metal plate
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P3.1.7.4 Measuring the electric field strength inside a plate capacitor
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P3.1.7.5 Measuring the electric field strength inside a plate capacitor as a function of the dielectrics
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P3.1.7.6 Measuring the electric field strength of a charged sphere in front of a conductive plate (image charge)
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P3.3.3.1 Measuring the force acting on current-carrying conductors in the field of a horseshoe magnet
PDF (Description from CASSY Lab) PDF (Description from CASSY Lab) P3.3.3.4 Basic measurements for the electrodynamic definition of the ampere
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P3.3.4.1 Measuring the magnetic field for a straight conductor and on circular conductor loops
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P3.3.4.2 Measuring the magnetic field of an air coil
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P3.4.2.1 Measuring the induction voltage in a conductor loop moved through a magnetic field
PDF (Description from CASSY Lab) PDF (Description from CASSY Lab) P3.4.3.1 Measuring the induction voltage in a conductor loop for a variable magnetic field - with triangular wave-form power supply
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P3.6.1.1 Charging and discharging a capacitor when switching DC on and off
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P3.6.1.2 Determining the capacitive reactance of a capacitor in an AC circuit
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P3.6.2.1 Measuring the current in a coil when switching DC on and off
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P3.6.3.1 Determining the impedance in circuits with capacitors and ohmic resistors
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P3.6.3.2 Determining the impedance in circuits with coils and ohmic resistors
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P3.6.3.3 Determining the impedance in circuits with capacitors and coils
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P3.6.4.1 Determining capacitive reactance with a Wien measuring bridge
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P3.6.4.2 Determining inductive reactance with a Maxwell measuring bridge
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P4.1.3.1 Recording the current-voltage characteristics of diodes
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P4.1.3.2 Recording the current-voltage characteristics of Zener diodes (Z-diodes)
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P4.1.3.3 Recording the current-voltage characteristics of light-emitting diodes (LED)
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P4.1.5.2 Recording the characteristics of a transistor
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P4.1.5.3 Recording the characteristics of a field-effect transistor
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P5.4.6.1 Faraday effect: determining Verdet’s constant for flint glass as a function of the wavelength
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P5.5.2.1 Stefan-Boltzmann law: measuring the radiant intensity of a "black body" as a function of temperature
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P5.5.2.3 Confirming the laws of radiation with Leslie's cube
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P6.2.7.4 Measuring the Zeeman splitting of the red cadmium line as a function of the magnetic field - spectroscopy using a Fabry-Perot etalon
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P7.1.4.2 Investigating the elastic and plastic extension of metal wires - Recording and evaluating with CASSY
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P7.2.1.1 Investigating the Hall effect in silver
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P7.2.1.2 Investigating the anomalous Hall effect in tungsten
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) C4.4.1.8 Conductivity of melts (de)
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) C5.1.1.1 Production of sulfuric acid by the contact method
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) C5.3.1.2 Catalytic purification of automobile exhaust gases
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) C5.4.1.2 Analysis of fuel from rapeseed oil
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) B4.1.2.1 (de)
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) B4.1.2.2 (de)
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) B4.1.2.3 (de)
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) B4.1.2.4 (de)

Downloads

ZIP ZIP Mobile Config, Mobile Edit and Mobile-CASSY 2 Firmware (V1.11)
Utilities and firmware update without CASSY Lab 2
MSI MSI CASSY Lab 2 (en, V2.21)
Free demo version, full version requires CASSY Lab 2 activation code
MSI MSI CASSY Lab 2 (fr, V2.21)
Free demo version, full version requires CASSY Lab 2 activation code
MSI MSI CASSY Lab 2 (es, V2.22)
Free demo version, full version requires CASSY Lab 2 activation code
MSI MSI CASSY Lab 2 (pt, V2.22)
Free demo version, full version requires CASSY Lab 2 activation code
MSI MSI CASSY Lab 2 (it, V2.22)
Free demo version, full version requires CASSY Lab 2 activation code
MSI MSI CASSY Lab 2 (nl, V2.22)
Free demo version, full version requires CASSY Lab 2 activation code
MSI MSI CASSY Lab 2 (ru, V2.22)
Free demo version, full version requires CASSY Lab 2 activation code
MSI MSI CASSY Lab 2 (zh, V2.22)
Free demo version, full version requires CASSY Lab 2 activation code
Manual Manual CASSY Lab 2 Manual (en)
Manual Manual CASSY Lab 2 Manual (fr)
Manual Manual CASSY Lab 2 Manual (es)
Web Link Web Link CASSY Lab 2 Web Help (en)
Web Link Web Link CASSY Lab 2 Web Help (fr)
Web Link Web Link CASSY Lab 2 Web Help (es)
ZIP ZIP CASSY SDK for own software development (Windows/Linux)
ZIP ZIP LabVIEW driver for LabVIEW 2011 or higher (Windows)
ZIP ZIP MATLAB driver with examples (Windows)
Web Link Web Link Multimeter App
Google Play (for Android)
Web Link Web Link Oscilloscope App
Google Play (for Android)
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