Faraday’s Law Apparatus
This system provides a simple and effective method of studying Faraday’s Law. An acrylic tube supports an easily moved coil so that a small cylindrical magnet (supplied) can be dropped down the tube to generate a pulse of electricity as it passes through. An oscilloscope is used to monitor the pulse and measure its amplitude.
At different speeds the amplitude varies and can be used by senior students to investigate Faraday’s Law while revising equations of motion to determine the speed. PC based oscilloscopes are particularly suited to this equipment and full instructions are included. Twin coils, 150 and 300 turns, allows for extra versatility. KS4/Post-16.
Product code: LA10-130A