United Scientific Low Temperature Difference Stirling Engine

SKU: VUSC-LTDSE1

Availability: In Stock

Regular price $132.75 $112.99

The Higher the Magnification - The More Detail You'll See

Magnification 40x
Magnification 1000x
Magnification 2500x

Magnification is the ability of your microscope to make small objects seem larger. As the magnification increases the area being viewed will be decrease is size but the detail of the area being viewed will improve.

Amscope microscopes come with multiple magnifications to aid you in finding the proper magnification for viewing each specimen.

Camera Connection Types

When comparing 2.0 and 3.0 there are few major differences. First the transfer rates. USB 2.0 offers transfer rates of 480 Mbps and USB 3.0 offers transfer rates of 4.8 Gbps - that's 10 times faster.

Camera Resolution

The most important factor in ensuring successful microscopic imaging is choosing the appropriate optics and camera for your application that gives you more data and higher image quality. When selecting a microscope camera, it is best to base your decision on the most important requirements for your microscopic observation.

Key Features

  • Classic illustration of converting heat energy into mechanical work using a thermodynamic cycle
  • Economical Stirling Engine runs by exploiting the heat flow generated by the small temperature difference between room temperature and a cup of hot water or ice
  • Engine runs at about 150RPM when used with a cup of hot water
  • Includes activity guide

This economical Stirling Engine runs by exploiting the heat flow generated by the small temperature difference between room temperature and a cup of hot water or ice. It is a classic illustration of converting heat energy into mechanical work using a thermodynamic cycle. The engine runs at about 150 rpm when used with a cup of hot water. Additional information available upon request. Includes activity guide.

Shipping weight: 1.25 lbs., Dimensions: 7" x 5" x 5".

This economical Stirling Engine runs by exploiting the heat flow generated by the small temperature difference between room temperature and a cup of hot water or ice. It is a classic illustration of converting heat energy into mechanical work using a thermodynamic cycle. The engine runs at about 150 rpm when used with a cup of hot water. Additional information available upon request. Includes activity guide.

Shipping weight: 1.25 lbs., Dimensions: 7" x 5" x 5".

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