Eddy Current Unit
Two masses drop down a 33cm copper tube. One is steel,
one is a neodymium magnet. When students see the
magnetic mass falls more slowly than the steel mass,
you can introduce them to electrical eddy currents. The
currents oppose downward motion through a moving
magnetic field created by the falling neodymium magnet.
Includes test masses. ( 221-007 )
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