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Physics Demonstrations with the Arduino Board


Physics Education Volume 50, Number 4, ISSN 0031-9120


In everyday praxis we often need to demonstrate measuring devices--such as thermometers, manometers and voltmeters--with large enough displays that they can easily be read from anywhere in the classroom. In some cases, computers with a measurement interface can be used as a substitute, but often this is not possible (for example in the lab or in an outdoor environment). We present a low-cost basis for demonstration devices that can also be used "in situ" as data loggers or in the classroom as computer interfaces.


Kubínová, Š. & Šlégr, J. (2015). Physics Demonstrations with the Arduino Board. Physics Education, 50(4), 472-474. Retrieved June 5, 2023 from .

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