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PocketLab Voyager 2

$389.40 inc GST

PocketLab Voyager is an all-in-one science lab that is capable enough for a professional engineer and simple enough for a 4th-grade student

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PocketLab Voyager is an all-in-one science lab that is capable enough for a professional engineer and simple enough for a 4th-grade student. Voyager can measure motion, light, magnetic fields, and weather, and you can attach an external temperature probe.


  • Stream data in real-time then analyze the recorded data in PocketLab Notebook
  • Record thousands of measurements to its onboard memory
  • Compatible with Android, iOS, Chrome OS, Windows 10, Linux and Mac OS
  • 20 hours battery life with its built-in rechargeable lithium polymer battery

What Voyager 2 Measures

  • Acceleration
  • Angular Velocity
  • Magnetic Field
  • Position (Rangefinder)
  • Velocity (Rangefinder)
  • Quaternion Orientation(IMU)
  • Temperature (Probe)
  • Temperature (Ambient)
  • Barometric Pressure
  • Altitude
  • Light Intensity
  • Humidity
  • Dew Point
  • Heat Index

PocketLab Voyager Sensor Functions

PocketLab Voyager works with the award-winning PocketLab Notebook Pro app that has a large collection of Australian curriculum aligned student projects for all ages and teacher guides. The app allows you to stream real-time data from multiple sensors to your device where you can view, graph, record, and save data as a spreadsheet. 

PocketLab Voyager has the most features of any PocketLab and is great for physical science, weather and climate studies, engineering projects and more. View a comparison of the original PocketLab, PocketLab Voyager and PocketLab Weather here:

PocketLab Voyager Comparison

What is onboard memory? PocketLab Voyager and PocketLab Weather have onboard memory to store 30,000 data points. This can be used for situations where your device is out of range of the PocketLab, for example, weather balloons, high altitude rockets, underwater, or installed at a remote weather station. PocketLab Voyager and Weather can store data and then download it when you reconnect.


  • 1x PocketLab Voyager 2
  • 1x Getting Started Guide
  • 1x Temperature Probe
  • 1x USB to micro USB Cable
  • 1x Sticker

Case Study

John Parlas from Mount Lilydale Mercy College recently sent a high altitude balloon 29km up into the atmosphere with a camera and Pocketlab Voyager strapped on. Below is a picture taken and a graph of the data collect on its journey. There's much you can do with the Pocketlab Voyager! John and his students are now planning on sending up a Pocketlab Air to enable them to gather more data on ozone, CO2, particulate matter levels. Have you also done some great experiments with Pocketlab? If you have, and would like to share, please drop us an email with the details.

Pocketlab Voyager High Altitude Balloon Pocketlab Voyager High Altitude Pressure Graph


Our overall opinion is that it works great for such a small package and can do many things. The Bluetooth connectivity seems really good and stable…I suppose it should be OK with many working in a class environment. I like the way it operates with the web-based version and given that we are implementing Ipads it will be easy for students running the app. Very easy to change options and collect simple or more complex data sets. The small size and negligible weight is a plus – we have several uses where it will be invaluable for the boys. For example we plan to use it to optimise and troubleshoot our solar cars (combined velocity, acceleration and light data). Another plus is that it is easy to fix to our existing gear etc.
Science Lab Technician - Aquinas College
The Pocket Voyagers are perfect for data collection in the classroom. Units are user friendly, and require little training to become skilled in their use. Their connectivity to the free app is quick and simple, and the parameters of what is being measured is easily controlled and changed. The units have a multitude of possible applications, both in and out of the classroom. From simple acceleration experiments, to modelling head on collisions the Pocket Voyagers are the perfect hand held sensor and I highly recommended them.
Kate Morgante
STEM Coordinator - Gleeson College

Device Requirements


  • iPhone 4s and newer
  • iPads - all except iPad 1 and iPad 2
  • iPod Touch 5th gen and newer

PocketLab iOS app


  • Android OS 5.0 and newer
  • Most phones and tablets made since 2014

Android native app and PocketLab Notebook

Windows 10

  • Built-in Bluetooth 4.2 required
  • Most Windows 10 devices made since 2014 are compatible.

PocketLab Notebook - Chrome browser

Mac OS

  • Built-in Bluetooth 4.2 required
  • Most Macs devices made since 2014 are compatible.

PocketLab Notebook - Chrome browser


  • Built-in Bluetooth 4.2 required
  • Most Chromebooks devices made since 2014 are compatible.

PocketLab Notebook - Chrome browser

PocketLab Voyager Specifications

Wireless Connection

  • Bluetooth 4.0


  • Rechargeable via micro USB

Battery Life

  • 20 hours

Wireless Range

  • 45 m line-of-sight (150 ft)


  • 60,000 data readings


  • 2 m (6 ft) drop protection


  • 3.8 x 3.8 x 1.5 cm (1.5 x 1.5 x 0.6 in)


  • 17 g

Sensor Specifications


  • Range: ± 16g
  • Resolution: 0.008 g @ 94 Hz
  • Data Rate:
    • 50 samples/sec (real-time) 
    • 200 samples/sec (crash-mode)


  • Range: ± 2000 deg/sec
  • Resolution: 0.1 deg/sec @ 92 Hz
  • Data Rate
    • 50 samples/sec (real-time) 
    • 200 samples/sec (burst mode)


  • Range: ± 4900 uT
  • Resolution: 0.15 uT
  • Data Rate: 100 samples/sec

Barometric Pressure

  • Range: 30 - 1100 kPa
  • Pressure Resolution: 1.3 Pa
  • Absolute Accuracy: 0.1 kPa


  • Range: 0-100 %RH
  • Resolution: 1 %RH
  • Absolute Accuracy: 3 %RH


  • Range: 0.01 - 128,000 Lux
  • Spectrum: 220 - 1000 nm
  • Data Rate: 4000 samples/sec


  • Range: -5,300 - 9,500 m (-17,400 - 31,000 ft)
  • Resolution: 11 cm (4 in)
  • Absolute Accuracy: 10 m (33 ft)
  • Data Rate: 50 samples/sec

Ambient Temperature

  • Range: -40 - 65 C (-40 - 150 F)
  • Resolution: 0.01 C (0.02 F)
  • Absolute Accuracy: 0.5 C (0.9 F)

IR Rangefinder

  • Range: 0.001 - 6m (0.04 - 20ft)
  • Resolution: 1 mm (0.04 in)
  • Absolute Accuracy: 5% of reading
  • Data Rate: 33 samples/sec
  • Field of View: 25 degrees

Temperature Probe

  • Range: -40 - 105 C (-40 - 221 F)
  • Resolution: 0.2 C (0.4 F)
  • Absolute Accuracy: 0.5 C (0.9 F)

NEW Compass

  • Range: 360 degrees
  • Accuracy: ± 1 degree
  • Data Rate: 50 samples/sec
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