National Grid Pylons Only

Our additional Pylons pack contains 5 thick card sheets which once cut-out produces 5 pylons to be used in conjunction with our National Grid Kit to give your pupils a clearer explanation on how the experiment works.

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Code: ENG1015

Our additional Pylons pack contains 5 thick card sheets which once cut-out produces 5 pylons to be used in conjunction with our National Grid Kit to give your pupils a clearer explanation on how the experiment works.

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Description
Our additional Pylons pack contains 5 thick card sheets which once cut-out produces 5 pylons to be used in conjunction with our National Grid Kit to give your pupils a clearer explanation on how the experiment works.

Code: EPC7000

A multipurpose unit that allows the user to easily calculate Planck's constant, to measure the wavelength of coloured light, demonstrate colour light transmission through colour filters and show the diffraction patterns for various wavelengths of coloured light using a range of 4 LEDs (Red, Yellow, Green and Blue) covering the light range from deep blue at 470nm to near IR at 940nm.

Code: EPU0201

A very popular and compact Westminster power supply that is ideal for school use in Key stage 4 and 5 physics lessons with its tough steel case protected by a tough powder coated finish that will last years of use. The unit will deliver up to 16A AC or DC through its colour coded terminal posts. This power supply is very popular for use in electromagnet experiments.
Other equipment needed is two standard 4mm plugged leads and a power supply capable of delivering 2-3 volts at 1 amp.

Code: EBR5010

BERT is a simple way of introducing electrical resistance and resistivity to a class. It consists of a circuit board that may be drawn on using the supplied pencil. Connecting the two sides of the board together by a pencil line gives a conducting track and the LED lights. The brightness of the LED gives an indication of the resistance of the path.  Drawing the line thicker decreases the resistance, as does shortening the path. Resistances in parallel may be studied and a “volume control” simply made.   BERT may also be used to test various materials to see whether they are conductors or insulators. Liquids and pastes may also be tested.  The conductivity of the class may be studied as well as how a switch works.  When you are finished the pencil lines may be removed with the supplied eraser.

Code: EPU0115

The Powerlock power supply has both a lockable AC and DC outputs ranges by a simple key making it impossible for students to change the voltage. The Powerlock offers 2,4,6,8,10 and 12 in both DC and AC. Outputs may also be used simultaneously up to the rated output required. For safety, the output is also protected by a simple push button cut-out. Each unit is supplied with 2 that can be used on all Powerlock units if needed. Supplied with 2 keys.
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Code: ENG1015

Our additional Pylons pack contains 5 thick card sheets which once cut-out produces 5 pylons to be used in conjunction with our National Grid Kit to give your pupils a clearer explanation on how the experiment works.
Box mounted with 5 x 4mm sockets for attachment to an ammeter or voltmeter to display measurements. Monitoring the voltage of each LED a graph of energy input as a function of light frequency emitted can be measured with an approximate value of Plank's constant calculated.
  • Supplied with 500 lines/mm diffraction grating
  • Designed and manufactured in the UK
  • AC & DC Output: Voltages 1-2V
  • Current 16A
  • Voltage type - Fixed
  • Output type - Full wave rectified DC & AC
  • Mains input 230/240V AC, 50Hz
  • Supplied with mains plug and lead
  • Manufactured in the UK

Code: ENG1050

Our mini national grid system is a very cost-effective way of teaching the principles used by the National Grid to supply electrical power to our homes. This kit comprises two printed circuit boards and a set of "HT" leads to interconnect them and is SELV (Safety /Separated Extra Low-Voltage) classed, which means that no part of the system is at more than 50 volts - which means it is very safe and suitable for student use. The system allows the user to compare electrical transmission at low and high voltages and the results are displayed by the brightness of the two on-board MES lamps which are supplied.
A stunningly effective way of teaching the basics of electrical resistance. The kit comprises of: 
  • 1 x BERT circuit board
  • 1 x PP3 battery
  • 1 x 3B pencil
  • 1 x crocodile clip connecting lead
  • 1 x eraser
  • 1 x full set of teaching notes.
  • Output voltages AC & DC
  • 2,4,6,8,10,12 voltage range in AC and DC
  • Current 5A
  • Voltage type - Stepped
  • Output type - Full wave rectified, non-regulated
  • Push button trip reset
  • Mains input 230/240V AC, 50Hz
  • Supplied with mains plug and lead
  • Manufactured in the UK
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