- Complete kit
- Complete manual
- Measure electric fields directly
- Measure potentials directly
- No mess
- Easy storage
- Dipoles of Like Charges
- Dipoles of Opposite Charges
- Parallel Plate Capacitor
- Point Source and Guard Ring (cylindrical capacitor)
- Floating Electrode
How It Works
With this kit students can map both the potentials and the electric fields around any conceivable system of two-dimensional charged conductors. The procedure is simple:
- Draw any electrode
- Plot the equipotentials
- Plot the electric field
- 50x Conductive paper with cm grid: 23 x 30 cm (50 sheets)
- 10x pushpins
- 3x wires
- 1x Conductive ink pen and circular template
- 1x Plastic tray with corkboard top: 32 x 48 cm
- 1x Instruction manual with 10 experiments
|Conductive Paper with grid||23 x 30 cm (50 sheets)|
|Plastic Tray||32 x 48 cm|
|1x Basic Digital Multimeter||SE-9786A||$50|
|1x Triple Output Power Supply||SE-8587||$247|
|Special Conductive Ink Pen||PK-9031B||$57|
|Conductive Paper with Grid||PK-9025B||$50|
|Conductive Paper (no Grid)||PK-9026||$67|
Perform the following experiments and more with the Field Mapper Kit.
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In this lab, students use a DC power supply and semi-conductive paper to create dipole and parallel plate electrodes. Then they use the principles of electric fields and electric potential energy to determine the shape and direction...
Students use a DC power supply and semi-conductive paper to create dipole and parallel plate electrodes, and then use the principles of electric fields and electric potential energy to determine the shape and direction of the...