Categoria: Electricity and electronics

Motor Unit – code: 4743.05

Motor Unit Code: 4743.05 Open demonstration model of motor for easy understanding of the functioning The magnetic field is generated by means of the permanent magnet supplied with the unit. Mounted on a sturdy shock resistant plastic base with 4mm sockets for connection to power source. Specifications Size: 12x12x10 cm Weight: 0.7 kg Electrical supply:…
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Variable Inductance – code: 4731.00

Precedente Successivo Variable Inductance Code: 4731.00 A unique apparatus to discover inductance Learning of magnetism and especially the topic of electric generation of magnetic fields, necessarily passes through the experimental study of tensioned coils whose inductance can be measured and related to theory when Altay’s Variable Inductance is used. Two iron cores are also supplied;…
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Demonstration Transformer – code: 4729.00

Precedente Successivo Demonstration Transformer Code: 4729.00 Demonstration of the voltage transformation in an alternate current With our Demonstration Transformer, students will learn how to change the voltage of an alternate current at a certain frequency to a different value. Ideal for use in many experiments such as plotting a hysteresis of a ferro-magnet. Specifications Size:…
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Generator Model – code: 4739.20

Generator Model Code: 4739.20 Demonstration model of dynamo for easy understanding of the functioning Bicycle dynamo on plastic base dimensions 12×12 cm, complete with a E10 (MES) bulb on bulb holder, and two 0.4 cm sockets for the dynamo output. The dynamo is driven by a crank, transmission ratio 1:4. Complete with spare bulb. Specifications…
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Potentiometer Bridge – code: 4697.00

Potentiometer Bridge Code: 4697.00 The most effective way to introduce the concept of resistance We have developed our Potentiometer Bridge specifically for the teaching laboratory. This apparatus allows to study the resistance easily and quickly and determine the value of an unknown resistance. Specifications Size: 110x12x3 cm Weight: 2.7 kg MAIN COMPONENTS Graduated metal scale…
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Sliding Contact Rheostat – code: 4694.11-61

Sliding Contact Rheostat Code: 4715.00 Changing the resistance value with a Sliding Contact Rheostat A rheostat is similar to a potentiometer as they both control the input voltage by varying the level of resistance. Available in different resistance values. Specifications Size: 35x10x15 cm Weight: 2.5 kg 2.9 Ω, max 9 A (code 4694.11) 10 Ω,…
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Electrical Safety Simulator – code: 4715.00

Precedente Successivo Electrical Safety Simulator Code: 4715.00 Simulate easily the typical technical problems of an electrical system: short circuit, current leakage, overload. The Simulator enables students to understand how dealing with electrical systems in a safe way. The system gives the opportunity to feed different electrical devices, commonly present in our houses and buildings. A…
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Max Flux Coil – code: 4640.73

Max Flux Coil Code: 4640.73 Perform the most famous experiment on magnetic induction actions With this apparatus, it is possible to show evidence of magnetic induction actions. The large diameter coil (internal coil dia. 45mm, external coil dia. 60 mm) is made up of 200 copper turns 5/10th mm; It is suspended by a 45…
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Laplace Apparatus – code: 4646.10

Laplace Apparatus Code: 4646.10 Laplace Apparatus works without mercury The study of Lorentz’s force is a crucial topic of introductory physics courses and interaction between electric currents and magnetic fields is a major issue of electromagnetism. Specifications Size: 25x18x45 cm Weight: 1.7 kg Equipment Needed Power Supply 10 A (code 2407.75) Connecting leads 50 cm…
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Laplace Rail – code: 4646.15

Laplace Rail Code: 4646.15 Discover the concepts of  electromagnetism Electromagnetism is one of the most abstract theories of physics. This apparatus helps students to approach with fun the concepts of interaction between electric charges and magnetic fields. The sliding bar that closes the circuit can be set on motion moving a few permanent magnets (or…
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