TI CBL System

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The Texas Instruments Calculator-Based Laboratory System (CBL) is a portable and versatile data collection device for math and science. A wide variety of sensors, such as a Motion Detector, Dual-Range Force Sensor, pH system, Colorimeter, and Barometer, can be connected to the CBL interface. Data can then be analysed using a TI graphing calculator.

In this configuration the battery-powered CBL could be uses a stand-alone data logger even outside the classroom for experiments.

Date : August 1977

Manufacturer : Texas Instruments

Format : Data collection device

Physical Description : Texas Instruments Carry Bag, Hard carry case, x2 foam inserts, CBL unit, Voltage sensor, Light sensor, Temperature sensor, CBL System Experiment Workbook (Loose Leaf 82 Pages), CBL System Guidebook, CBL System Compatible Calculators Guidebook, CBL System Experiment Workbook for IBM-Compatibles on 3.5-inch disk, CBL System Experiment Workbook for Macintosh-compatibles on 3.5-inch disk,

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH47549. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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