Re: [NTLK] eProbe for eMate

From: John Derbyshire <>
Date: Sat Jul 08 2006 - 01:43:25 EDT

Everyone can have eProbe for eMate. The Knowledge Revolution company's
eProbe was a set of rebadged Vernier products plus Knowledge
Revolution's Mate software. Thanks to Vernier's Legacy policy
everything in the eProbe sale (and a lot more) is still available from

The Serial Interface Box is $99:

All the accessories are likewise still available:

All of the original sensor probes:

Almost all of Vernier's comtemporary sensors can be connected using a
$5 adaptor:

Dozens of science activities manuals:

But what of Knowledge Revolution all-important software for the eMate?
Amazingly Vernier have persuaded Knowledge Revolution to make it
available and will email a free download on request:

On 7 Jul 2006, at 03:24, Grant Hutchinson wrote:

> In a previous message, Flemming Sorvin typed vigorously:
>> eMate_W0QQitemZ130003895764QQihZ003QQcategoryZ51046QQrdZ1QQcmdZViewIte
>> m
> Here's a shorter link for those experiencing email bustification.
> The bids are only at $50 this evening. That's a bargain. If the seller
> was willing to ship to Canada,
> I'd bid in this myself. I can think of a million things to do with an
> input device like this.

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