Showing 31 experiments that use the Wireless Voltage Sensor.

Advanced Placement / Physics

DC Circuits

Students use a voltage sensor, a current sensor, and an AC/DC electronics laboratory to construct simple resistor circuits with resistors in...

Source: Advanced Physics 1 Lab Manual

Advanced Placement / Physics

Planck's Constant

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...

Source: Advanced Physics 2 Lab Manual

Advanced Placement / Physics

RC Circuits

Students use a voltage sensor and a current sensor with the AC/DC electronics laboratory to determine how the potential differences across the...

Source: Advanced Physics 2 Lab Manual

Advanced Placement / Physics

Electromagnetic Induction

Students use voltage sensor to measure the maximum emf induced in a coil as a permanent magnet is dropped through it. Students vary the number...

Source: Advanced Physics 2 Lab Manual

High School / Physics

Fruit Battery

Students will construct an electrochemical cell using common materials. They will explore how the voltage changes as the cells are connected...

Source: Physics Lab Station Investigations

High School / Physics

Capacitors and RC Circuits

Students construct a circuit that charges and discharges a large capacitor through a light bulb. They create a model for their observations and...

Source: Physics Lab Station Investigations

High School / Physics

DC Circuits

Students construct a circuit consisting of two resistors in series and then in parallel. They measure the voltage across the resistors, and the...

Source: Physics Lab Station Investigations

High School / Physics

Ohm's Law

Students measure the current and voltage across a resistor while varying the output voltage, A graph of voltage versus current will reveal Ohm's...

Source: Physics Lab Station Investigations

High School / Physics

Fruit Battery

Students will construct an electrochemical cell using common materials. They will explore how the voltage changes as the cells are connected...

High School / ChemistryEngineeringSTEM

Project: Design a Galvanic Cell

Students use a voltage sensor and a variety of supplies to design a galvanic cell that can light LED bulbs in series or in parallel.

Source: Essential Chemistry Teacher Lab Manual

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