This economical energy conversion kit lets you experiment with conversion between different forms of energy. You get four devices that generate electrical energy from different sources of power:
- a hand generator, which uses mechanical motion;
- batteries, which use chemical energy;
- a solar cell, which uses sunlight (light energy);
- and a windmill, which uses wind energy.
Three devices use the electrical energy to generate light (LED), motion (motor), and sound (buzzer). Use the electrical energy generating devices in various combinations with one another and the electricity-powered devices.
This energy conversion kit includes a set of six cables to quickly connect the devices together. An instruction and experiment manual is also included. You provide two AA batteries, a hairdryer or fan to power the wind turbine, and a digital multimeter.
Use this energy conversion kit in the home or classroom for hands-on learning about different energy forms. It can also be used for science fair projects. Use a digital multimeter to measure the voltage and amperage generated by the different devices.
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