Categoria: Magnetism and electromagnetism

Helmholtz Coils – code: 4851.04

Helmholtz Coils Code: 4640.90 Generate a nearly uniform magnetic field using Helmholtz Coils The Helmholtz Coils consist of a pair of coil placed on a base, along the same axis and at a distance equal to the coil radius; they provide an almost uniform magnetic field between them, usable in different experiments on magnetism. Altay…
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Double Winding Coil – code: 4640.90

Double Winding Coil Code: 4640.90 A unique solution to investigate the inductance and the magnetic field generated by a single layer coil. This item is a single layer solenoid characterized by an inductance ranging from a maximum of about 1.28 mH up to few units of μHs equipped with fourteen safety sockets and a copper…
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Coil 1200 turns – code: 4640.79

Coil 1200 turns Code: 4640.79 An easy way to study the magnetic field generated by a coil when current flows through it. This item is a single layer solenoid that enables to study the fundamental laws of electromagnetism. Specifications Size: 42x30x16 cm Weight: 4.2 kg Single layer solenoid Three safety sockets (400 – 800 –…
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Induction Coil 1100 turns – code: 4640.77

Induction Coil 1100 turns Code: 4640.77 Explore magnetic fields easily Using this apparatus and with a simple set-up, it’s possible to explore and to understand in depth basic laws of electromagnetism such as Biot-Savart Law and Ampere Equivalence Theorem. Specifications Size: approx. Dia. 12 cm, length 31 cm Weight: 2 Kg 1100 Turns Max inductance:…
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Induction Coil 600 turns – code: 4640.76

Induction Coil 600 turns Code: 4640.76 A powerful and sturdy coil for electromagnetism experiments This coil provides the easiest way to generate a strong magnetic field (up to 80 mH). Used with a Magnetic Field Sensor (code 2313.50), it provides accurate and repeatable results. Specifications Size: approx. Dia. 19 cm Weight: 2 Kg 600 Turns…
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Induction Coils – code: 4640.75

Precedente Successivo Induction Coils Code: 4640.75 Induction coils are essential laboratory equipment for a wide range of electromagnetism experiments Altay Induction Coils are a simple and versatile piece of equipment for the study of electromagnetism, magnetic induction and generation of static and dynamic magnetic fields. Suggested for all physics introductory laboratory courses. Specifications Size: Dia.…
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Rotating Coil – code: 4640.60

Precedente Successivo Rotating Coil Code: 4640.60 Rotating Coil is an interesting device to study Faraday-Neumann-Lenz’s law Generation of currents when a coil rotates in a magnetic field is a basic concept of hundreds of crucial applications in physics, engineering and everyday life (e.g. this is the principle of the dynamo). This apparatus is comprised of…
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Linear Oersted Apparatus – code: 4614.60

Linear Oersted Apparatus Code: 4614.60 Experimental study of the Biot-Savart Law for an electric wire The Linear Oersted apparatus shows that an electric current flowing through a linear conductor produces a magnetic field able to divert the equilibrium position of a magnetic needle. Specifications Size: Dia. 16×5 cm Weight: 0.1 kg Copper wire Dia. 0.2…
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Demonstration Compass – code: 4614.50

Precedente Successivo Demonstration Compass Code: 4614.50 Study the cardinal points with a compass Our Demonstration Compass consists of a simple magnetic needle on a compass map. Our compass makes it extremely easy to demonstrate the cardinal points of a compass and determine all their directions. Specifications Size: Dia. 16×5 cm Weight: 0.1 kg Magnetic needle:…
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Magnetic Needle on Stand – code: 4613.80

Precedente Successivo Magnetic Needle on Stand Code: 4613.80 A simple magnetic needle compass Our Magnetic Needle provides a simple demonstration model of how a compass works. It is simply constructed with a magnetic needle finely balanced on a needle on top of a supporting stand. The pointer is alternately coloured in red and blue, allowing…
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