United Scientific Eddy Current Demonstrator, 12" Long

SKU: VUSC-EDYCR1

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Key Features

  • Simple device for classroom demonstrations of Lenz's Law; induce eddy currents using a copper tube and magnet
  • Consists of a 12" long copper tube and two apparently identical metal slugs with rubber end caps: One slug is plain steel and falls through the copper tube quickly, while the other slug is a strong neodymium magnet that falls very slowly through the tube due to the braking effect of eddy currents
  • Includes activity guide

A simple but effective device for demonstrating Lenz's Law using eddy currents induced in the wall of a copper tube by a falling magnet. The demonstrator consists of a 12" long copper tube and two apparently identical metal slugs with rubber end caps. One slug is plain steel and falls through the copper tube quickly. The other slug is a strong neodymium magnet that falls very slowly through the tube due to the braking effect of eddy currents. Includes activity guide.

A simple but effective device for demonstrating Lenz's Law using eddy currents induced in the wall of a copper tube by a falling magnet. The demonstrator consists of a 12" long copper tube and two apparently identical metal slugs with rubber end caps. One slug is plain steel and falls through the copper tube quickly. The other slug is a strong neodymium magnet that falls very slowly through the tube due to the braking effect of eddy currents. Includes activity guide.

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