Facilitates electricity experiments for AC and DC. Can be used as a stand-alone with a multimeter or with PASCO sensors and software.
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The AC/DC Electronics Laboratory dynamically teaches the basics of AC/DC circuits. It features banana jacks for computer connection, component springs that secure circuit components, a push button switch, light bulbs and sockets, potentiometer, coil, battery holder, storage tray, and an iron core. The AC/DC Electronics Laboratory can be used with an 850 or 550 Interface or as a stand-alone unit with D batteries. With PASCO Capstone and a Voltage Sensor, students can measure the electromotive force (EMF) created when a magnet is dropped through a coil, as well as the changes in magnetic flux caused by the magnet.
- 1x 18 cm x 25 cm circuit board
- 24x Resistors (4.7 Ω–220 kΩ, 5%, 0.25-5 W)
- 7x Capacitors (7) (1 μF–330 μF)
- 1x Diodes, Transistors , and LEDs
- 1x Wire leads (22 gauge)
- 1x Push-button switch
- 1x Storage tray and laboratory manual
- 2x Battery holders
- 3x Light sockets and lamps
- 1x 25 Ω, 2 W potentiometer
- 36x Component connectors
- 1x Transistor socket
- 1x 8.2 to 19 mH coil and iron core
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Perform the following experiments and more with the AC/DC Electronics Laboratory.
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Students use a voltage sensor and a current sensor with the AC/DC electronics laboratory to determine how the potential differences across the resistors and capacitor in a simple RC circuit differ when the capacitor is charging,...
Students use a voltage sensor and an AC/DC electronics laboratory to measure the turn-on voltage of various colors of LEDs and then plot the turn-on voltage versus LED frequency to determine the value of Planck’s constant.
Students use a capacitance meter to measure the equivalent capacitance in simple series and parallel circuits and determine the equivalent capacitance of capacitors connected in series and parallel.
In this lab, students will use a capacitance meter to measure the equivalent capacitance in simple series and parallel circuits. Then, they'll determine the equivalent capacitance of capacitors connected in series and parallel.
Students use an AC/DC electronics laboratory, a power supply, and a Magnaprobe™ wand to detect and compare the magnetic field pattern surrounding a bar magnet and a current-carrying coil.
In this lab, students will use a voltage–current sensor and an AC/DC electronics laboratory to measure the turn-on voltage of various colors of LEDs and then plot the turn-on voltage versus LED frequency to determine the value...
|AC DC Electronics Laboratory Manual||English||2.23 MB|