The Electromagnetic System is a self-contained unit allowing students to study the effect of current and number of coils on the strength of an electromagnet.
The Electric Field Apparatus is a simple model for demonstrating electric fields between various electrode configurations.
A pack of 20 strips each measuring 200 x 25 x 2mm. Ten are polycarbonate and ten are polystyrene.
Electrostatic Stirrups Pk 10 are brass wire holders for supporting plastics strips in electrostatics experiments.
A 40 × 40mm zinc plate used to show discharge under UV Lighting and the photo-electric effect.
A traditional wire potentiometer comprising 1m of 0.56mm diameter Constantan wire on a hardwood base.
An ergonomically designed jockey for providing a sliding contact for use with the Resistance Wire Boards or Potentiometers.
The Resistance Wire Board provides the basis for student investigations into resistance.
The Resistivity Board provides four wires of the same diameter but different materials.
The Piezo Transducer consists of a 15mm diameter ceramic element with integral, protective press-stud, the device gives voltage pulses of up to 20V when given a sharp tap.
This 'Lost Volts' apparatus provides a convenient solution for experimentally determining the internal resistance and the EMF of a cell.
The lost volts separates pack of 5 are convenient and appropriately rated mounted components to enable students to carry out an experiment to determine the EMF and internal resistance of a cell.