This is a classroom demonstration apparatus which shows the relationship between electric and magnetic fields and the electric motor as a common application of electromagnetism. Students can explore how a simple electric motor works by doing a series of investigations. This demonstration will also check students' understanding of electromanetic concepts and reinforce on how to apply the right hand or left hand rule.
This kit is all you need to build a working DC motor and learn its parts from the inside out. Classic activity used for many years to teach crucial scientific and physics concepts. Wind your own armature and field coil; build the commutator with two snap together pieces.
This is for showing A.C. on an oscilloscope or meter or for demonstrating the use of a dynamo in lighting a lamp. This apparatus has a cycle dynamo mounted on a base. Two 4mm socket terminals are provided for the dynamo output, connected in parallel with an M.E.S. lamp holder and 2.5V bulb.
This activity set allows students to conduct activities to illustrate electromagnetism, induction and basic transformer experiments. This kit consists of a plastic base, a laminated iron core, mounting fixtures, and six coils protected in a heat resistant film. Topics covered include Lenz' Law, Faraday's Law, how iron cores increase magnetic field strength, and electromagnetic induction itself. This versatile piece of equipment can also be used to teach about how transformers used by power companies carry electrical energy.
This kit contains all the material required to build six complete motor models. Includes 12 magnets, six armatures, six pieces of mild steel yokes, six support bases, six support shafts, 24 connecting rivets, 12 split pins, one reel of 25 s.w.g., PVC tinned copper wire, two reels of cellotape, 300mm rubber tubing, and instructions.
The Worcester Circuit Board Kit contains all the components necessary to quickly construct a variety of circuits. This Worcester Board provides the basis for clear layouts of electrical circuits and reduces the number of connecting leads required. The main component is a base board fitted with cell holders and terminal posts.
EISCO's Bridge Rectifier Box consists of four diodes connected in a bridge circuit used to convert alternating current (AC) input into direct current (DC) output. The unit features a clear circuit diagram as well, so students see the importance of diodes and how to rectify alternating current to direct current. Size: 13 x 8 x 5cm.