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is streamsmart still a product? - webmasterpdx - 01-28-2017 05:49 AM

I see that Fourier Education is now Einstein World and on the new website, there is no mention of the hp prime with their new "box" called labmate. Anyone know anything about this or whether streamsmart is even a product any more?

RE: is streamsmart still a product? - compsystems - 01-29-2017 12:14 PM

Hi, the page is


Question: The hp-prime can connect a sensor directly, it is possible to update the firmware or require a hardware upgrade hp-prime+?.

In the case of ti-nspire, it seems that it can receive some sensors directly (light, temp, voltage) through an external hardware (Signal conditioner, A->D converter, etc.)

This allows to measure quickly without connection of a cradle

[Image: product-data-nspire-single-sensor-hero.p...6CB03468FD]

Cradles 5 ports & 1 port
[Image: nspire-data-sensors-table-head.gif?la=en...F3EFED6AE3]

RE: is streamsmart still a product? - Tim Wessman - 01-30-2017 07:02 AM

Yes it is. However, it is not sold in all regions and is marketed more as part of classroom kits.

RE: is streamsmart still a product? - KeithB - 01-30-2017 05:10 PM

Are you going to open source the protocol? It would be really nice to get a prime->GPIB adapter.