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Of the generators that come with the KidWind Advanced Wind Experiment Kit, the smaller generator (less than 1 inch diameter, labeled “High Torque Generator”) is......
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This article refers to the following two sensors: The short answer is, if you don’t measure using a complete circuit that includes a load, your......
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In working with the KidWind nonprofit organization, we developed kits that are as inexpensive as possible. The kits contain the most popular configurations of the......
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The KidWind project has produced a lot of useful content for educators. When we started working with them, they allowed us to take a “snapshot”......
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No. The 10 mm LEDs sold with the are not resistor protected. LEDs typically need a resistor to prevent damage from current that is too......
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The KidWind video on the reports the minimum voltage as 1.7 volts and 50 mA. We have operated the pump at up to 5 volts.......
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There are two generators associated with the KidWind Wind Energy Kits. Both the Basic Wind Energy Kit and the Advanced Wind Energy Kit come with......
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The weight lifting buckets that come with and and their respective classroom packs can be purchased from IKEA. The buckets are the KALAS Tumbler. You......
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Electrical power is the product of Potential (Voltage) and Current. The simplest method is to use the . If you are using a current probe......
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