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Electric Motor Kit
Electric Motor Kit
13145

No tools needed, just curiosity, to make this powerful electric motor. And it's fun to use as it powers it's own motorboat. Battery not included.
No tools needed, just curiosity, to make this powerful electric motor. And it's fun to use as it powers it's own motorboat. Battery not included.

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$9.95 Each
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Thames and Kosmos Electronics Advanced CircuitsThames and Kosmos Electronics Advanced Circuits
Thames and Kosmos Electronics Advanced Circuits
17023

• Install a sound module to generate the sounds of police cars
• Learn the important role resistors and potentiometers
• Use a multimeter to measure invisible voltage and current
• Use a FM radio module to build an alarm clock

Tap into the awesome world of electronics with this advanced system of snap-together electric building blocks. Start out by experimenting with colorful light-up circuits as you dive into the basics of electricity. Install a sound module to generate the sounds of police cars, ambulances, or fire engines. Learn the important role resistors and potentiometers (variable resistors) play in an electronic circuit. Use a multimeter to measure invisible voltage and current flowing through your circuit. Investigate transistors in switches and amplifiers to learn how the logical circuits in computers work. Build circuits that use sensors to detect moisture, temperature, and visible light. Incorporate capacitors in your circuits to store and discharge electricity for specific functions, such as a countdown clock and a red-green alternate flasher. Test out the indispensable 555 timer to build some complicated circuits. Use an operational amplifier and an FM radio module to build an alarm clock. This kit uses the same unique electric building blocks as our other electronics kits, with the addition of many new advanced components, allowing you to build more complex circuits. The more than 140 electronic components include capacitors, resistors, transistors, LEDs (light emitting diodes), phototransistor, switches, speaker, integrated circuit, infrared LED, diodes, FM tuner, 555 timer, operation amplifier, two potentiometers, electrodes, voltage and current meter, microphone, and 9-volt battery pack.

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Concepts of Electricity Kit (Student version)
Concepts of Electricity Kit (Student version)
15631

Same as 15630 but does not include Simple Voltaic Cell.
Same as 15630 but does not include Simple Voltaic Cell.

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$80.00 Each
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Investigating Electricity Kit
Investigating Electricity Kit
15468

Inquiry-based activities covering the basics of electricity. Perform a variety of hands-on investigations to study the properties of electricity. Students will explore the concepts of electric currents, open and closed circuits, and series and parallel circuits. They?ll also investigate static electricity using an electroscope. The students will apply the knowledge gleaned from these activities to classify materials as either conductors or insulators of electricity and electrical power. Your students will understand concepts of electrical charge, current, resistance and voltage. Understand the concept of electric circuit and power. Distinguish between resistors in series and parallel. Classify materials as electrical conductors or insulators. Identify cases from everyday life where electricity is being used. Class Size: 40 Students. Grades 7-10
Inquiry-based activities covering the basics of electricity. Perform a variety of hands-on investigations to study the properties of electricity. Students will explore the concepts of electric currents, open and closed circuits, and series and parallel circuits. They?ll also investigate static electricity using an electroscope. The students will apply the knowledge gleaned from these activities to classify materials as either conductors or insulators of electricity and electrical power. Your students will understand concepts of electrical charge, current, resistance and voltage. Understand the concept of electric circuit and power. Distinguish between resistors in series and parallel. Classify materials as electrical conductors or insulators. Identify cases from everyday life where electricity is being used. Class Size: 40 Students. Grades 7-10

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$101 Each $139.95 Each