Labdisc is your all in one complete lab solution.

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The Labdisc is the only solution for K-12 science with up to 14 wireless sensors built into a single compact device – revolutionizing science in terms of convenience, cost and portability: Saving up to 90 minutes on lab setup time.

All-in-one, complete lab in the palm of your hand

The Labdisc is the only K-12 science solution with more than 10 wireless sensors built into a single compact device – revolutionizing learning in terms of convenience, cost and portability.

Interactive multi-disciplinary experiments for K-12

Includes experiments such as: The classic Free Fall experiment, Verify the classic Gas Law, Explore the effect of microclimates, and much more!

Zero setup time, with automatic sensor testing and calibration

Even the simplest experiment in a typical class of 30 students requires at least 90 separate items to be tested, calibrated, setup and put away.

Next generation wireless technology

More than just a cable-free, clean and safe working environment, Labdisc communicates via Bluetooth to function as a wireless lab.

Automatic sensor testing and calibration

The compact Labdisc carries key features such as display, keypad, memory and battery, enabling data collection independent of a computer.

Seamlessly integrating with latest technologies in the digital classroom

The compact, cable-free Labdisc transforms the class into a digital science lab with 8 stations for hands-on experimentation and collaborative learning.

Bundle the all-new Labdisc with Teq’s PD offerings, and learn how to transform the world outside the classroom into a scientific playground.

Our specialists can provide your teachers with the technology skills they need to drive student engagement.