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Product 502-072 – leXsolar NewEnergy Ready-To-Go

Oct 28,2020 by Edulab

The leXsolar-NewEnergy Ready-to-go is specifically adapted for young students in Primary and Junior High School and provides by qualitative and quantitative experiments an understanding of the topics photovoltaic, wind power, hydro power, electric mobility and fuel cells. With the enclosed Smart Control components, an innovative measuring and control system is available and all necessary accessories like power supply, cables and measuring devices are already included. Like the other products of the Ready-to-go line, the leXsolar-NewEnergy Ready-to-go amazes with its flexible and location-independent usability that doesn’t require any additional equipment.

Experiments Primary level

1. From muscular strength to current…to light

2. From muscular strength to current…to motion

3. From muscular strength to current…to Noise

4. The solar cell drives a motor

5. The solar module powers a buzzer

6. The solar module powers a LED

7. The larger the solar cell, the …?

8. The solar module powers a LED

9. From the solar cell to the solar module

10. Shading of solar modules

11. The wind turbine powers a buzzer

12. The wind turbine powers a LED

13. Influence of the wind direction

14. Influence of the rotor blade shape

15. Influence of the wind speed

16. The water wheel powers a buzzer

17. Influence of the water falling height

18. Storage of solar energy

19. Storage of wind energy

20. What is an Elektrolyzer?

21. How can water be split?

22. What is a fuel cell?

23. The fuel cell drives the motor

24. The fuel cell powers the buzzer

25. Energy demand of several consumers

26. Comparison of light bulb and LED

27. Storage and output of energy…EMobility

Experiments Secondary level

1. Forms of energy and consumers

2.1. Basic structure: rotation discs

2.2 Color qualities

2.3 Mixing colors

2.4 Color-deception with the Benham-disk

2.5 Relief-disk

3. Dependence of power of a solar cell on its area

4.1 Dependence of solar cell power on angle of incidence of light (qualitative)

4.2 Dependence of solar cell power on angle of incidence of light (quantitative)

5. Dependence of power of a solar cell on the illumination intensity

6.1 Dependence of solar cell power on load

6.2 The I-V-characteristics and filling factor of a solar cell

6.3 Dependence of I-V-characteristics of a solar cell on illuminance

7.1 Influence of changing wind speeds (qualitative)

7.2 Influence of wind speed on the wind turbine (quantitative)

8. Start-up wind speed at a wind turbine

9. Changing the turbine voltage by connecting several consumers

10. Characteristic curves of a wind turbine

11.1 Influence of the number of rotor blades (qualitative)

11.2 Influence of the number of rotor blades (quantitative)

12.1 Influence of the wind direction (qualitative)

12.2 Influence of the wind direction (quantitative)

13.1 Influence of the rotor blade pitch (qualitative)

13.2 Influence of the rotor blade pitch (quantitative)

14.1 Influence of the blade shape (qualitative)

14.2 Influence of the rotor blade shape (quantitative)

15.1 Water as an energy source (qualitative)

15.2 Water as an energy source (quantitative)

16.1 Influence of the water falling height (qualitative)

16.2 Influence of the water falling height (quantitative)

17. What does an electrolyzer?

18. What does a fuel cell?

19. Characteristic curve of the electrolyzer

20. Characteristic curve of the fuel cell

21. Operation of the electric car with the reversible fuel cell

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