Would you like to analyse sound waves, investigate a motion of a trampoline jumper, or create a dynamic model of a cooling process?

To help you to bring technology, and authentic practical investigations and projects, into the Physics lessons we offer a solution, in which we combine software, hardware, and teacher support. Using our solution you can easily explore topics, such as Mechanics, Dynamics, Thermodynamics, Waves, Oscillations, Electricity, Magnetism, and more.   

Coach 7

Software is the most important part of our solution. It drives the system and defines what and how you can use technology in your classroom. Our Coach 7 is the most versatile and complete software for Physics Education. It integrates a unique combination of tools, which resemble technologies used by “real” scientists. Students can work in much the same way as professionals do: collect high-quality, real-time data, construct and use computer models, use simulations and visualizations, and compare results from experiments, models, and theory. 

Data logging

With an interface and sensors, many different physics experiments can be carried out. Here an example of measuring sound beats is shown. 


Using control the experiments can be automated or extended with actuators. Here, an example of using an immersion heater together with current and voltage sensors to determine specific heat capacity of metals, is shown. 


With the CMA Spectrometer Emission spectra can be recorded and analysed. Here an example of an energy saving lamp emission spectrum is shown. 

Data Video

Videos of real objects’ motions, attractive events, and “difficult” experiments can be analysed. Here an example of video analysis of a trampoline jumper motion is shown. 

Data Image

Shapes on photos or drawings and motion on stroboscopic photos can be analysed. Here an example of image analysis of a stroboscopic foto of a falling ball is shown. 

Data Analysis & Processing

Many analysis and processing tools can be used to identify features and interpret data. Here the Area tool is shown. 


Using and constructing computational models helps to understand theory and solve realistic problems. Here an example of modelling of a parachute jumper motion is shown. 


Using and creating animations helps to visualise phenomena and make connection to models or measurements. Here an example of an animated motion of a pendulum is shown. 


Can be used to work with data sets entered manually or imported from other resources. Here an example of study of the voltage of different batteries is shown. 


All CMA interfaces are designed for use in Education. We offer a selection of interfaces ranging from simple, low-cost, up to powerful, advanced devices. This gives you a unique opportunity to select a device, which best suits your teaching needs. In Physics the following interfaces can be useful.  


Easy and affordable 

Simple but powerful with two sensor inputs and built-in RGB LED and a buzzer. The best solution for mobile devices.

CoachLab II+

Robust and also for control  

Our bestseller, USB lab interface, that offers a unique combination of sensor inputs and control outputs. 

VinciLab 2

Portable and graphical   

Modern, advanced, with a high sampling frequency, can be used standalone, with computers and mobile devices. 


We have many sensors suitable to use in a variety of Physics experiments. 

Check all CMA sensors and actuators suitable for Physics in our webshop. 

Lab equipment

We also offer additional lab equipment for easy use with our sensors.

Check all CMA lab equipment for Physics in our webshop. 

Teacher Support

Teaching Resources

Our ready-to-go teaching and learning materials provide base and help you to start using technology in your lessons. Our activities can be incorporated in the teaching throughout the Physics curriculum.

Teacher Trainings

To help you to use technology and modern educational methods in your teaching we offer teacher training workshops and in-service trainings in the Netherlands but also internationally.