IT-110 Electricity, Electromagnetism & Electrolysis Training System

Electricity, Electromagnetism and Electrolysis Trainer is a versatile training system that contains different components mounted on a plastic base with connecting terminals. This allows the teachers to design custom experiments as per curriculum requirement. This training system covers topics related to Electricity, Electromagnetism and Electrolysis. Students can understand the laws of electricity and electromagnetism in a simple manner. A wide range of experiments are included with the training system.

Description

Electricity, Electromagnetism and Electrolysis Trainer is a versatile training system that contains different components mounted on a plastic base with connecting terminals. This allows the teachers to design custom experiments as per curriculum requirement. This training system covers topics related to Electricity, Electromagnetism and Electrolysis. Students can understand the laws of electricity and electromagnetism in a simple manner. A wide range of experiments are included with the training system.

 

Features:

Power Supplies Included

Multimeter Included for Measurement

Flexibility to Perform Custom Experiments

Passive Components Mounted on Plastic Modules

Active Components Mounted on Plastic Modules

Coils and Transformers Mounted on Plastic Modules

Protection Circuits Included

Technical Features:

Variable Power Supply:

0 ~ 3VDC @10A

0 ~ 25VDC @2A

0 ~ 25VAC @2A

Each section equipped with fuse protection

Multimeter:

General purpose accurate multimeter with digital and analogue scale to measure DC/AC current, voltage and resistance. Large display with mirror scale for accurate reading.

Display Analogue + LCD
AC/DC Voltage 0.2/2/20/200/600V ± 3% / ± 0.5%
AC/DC Current 0.2mA/2mA/20mA/200mA/10A 3±% /± 1% +3d
Resistance 200/2K/20K/200K/2M/20MΩ ±3%/± 0,8% +3d
Battery test 1.5V (100 mA) / 9 V (10 mA)
Diode test Test current 1 mA; test voltage 2.4 V
Continuity test acoustic signal for R< 30 Ω
Supply Battery 9 V

 Components Mounted on Plastic Base:

Resistance:

120R-5W, 330R-5W, 220R-5W, 12R-5W, 1K-2W, 2.7K-2W, Potentiometer 1K, Nickel – Copper (NiCu) Wire & Nickel – Chromium (NiCr) Wire

Capacitor 250V:

2.2uF, 1uF & 3.3uF

Conductor:

Straight, Single Loop, 9-turn solenoid & flexible loop

24V Lamp:

21W, 5W

Coil / Transformer:

1:1 Coil with 500 turns, 1:2 Transformer @ 2VA, Inductance 1000 turn & Eddy Current Brake Transformer

Components Included:

2X1.5V Battery with Holder

Small Compass

Iron Fillings

AlNiCo Rectangular Magnet Pair

Braking Pendulum Assembly

Moving Iron Instrument

Hot Wire Ammeter

Iron Core

Aluminum Core

Iron Cylinder

Moving Coil Device

Thermocouple J-Type (Fe – NiCu)

Single Pole Double Throw (SPDT) Switch

Relay

Jar for Solution

Stainless Steel Electrode

Brass Electrode

Copper Sulphate (CuSO4) Crystals

Iron Filings

Plastic Stirrer

Small Compass

 

Experiments included:

Magnet

Magnet field

Magnet flux and induction

Electromagnet

Mobile iron device

Ferromagnetic materials Saturation

magnetic circuits

action of a magnetic field on a conductor and a loop in which the current flows

Electric motor

Electrodynamics actions

electromagnetic induction

Faraday`s law – Lenz’s law

e.M.F. of self induction

E.M.F. of mutual induction

Electric current

Direct current

Electromotive force (E.M.F.) of a generator

Difference of potential or electric voltage

Ohm`s law

Electric resistor

Electric resistivity

No-ohmic resistor

Voltage drop

Internal resistance of a generator

Series and parallel generators

Series and parallel resistances

Electric power and energy

Potentiometer
Current shunt

Second law of Kirchhoff

Analysis of an electric network through Kirchhoff’s laws

Mesh currents

Effect superposition

The venin’s theorem

Efficiency

Norton`s theorem

The relay

Joule effect

Thermoelectric effect

Eddy currents

Electric field, Condenser, Capacitance

Single phase alternate current

Pure resistance

Pure inductance

Pure capacitance

Phase shift between two signals

Series RL and RC circuits

Active, reactive and apparent power

Series resonance

Inductive ballast depending on frequency

Capacitive ballast depending on frequency

Parallel RL and RC circuits

Series and parallel condensers

Low profile transformer

Electrolysis dissociation and conduction in solutions