The Smart Wireless Magnetic Field Sensor can be used to investigate a number of scientific experiments such as:
- Comparison of the field strength of different types of magnet, induced and permanent
- Investigating materials that a magnetic field will pass through
- Change of magnetic field strength with distance
- Change in magnetic field strength between magnets
- Directly measuring the field due to a magnet or coil
- Relationship between magnetic field strength and the number of turns in a coil per unit length e.g. use a Slinky spring toy to investigate whether the field depends on the number of turns in the coil by stretching or compressing the coil
- Investigating magnetic field patterns around magnets and coils e.g. us a Slinky spring toy to investigate the field within the coil, how it varies along its axis and how the field in the centre compares with that at its ends
- Relationship between the magnetic field strength and the current in the coil, variation of the field of an AC current
- The variation of the magnetic field of Helmholtz coils
- Variation of the field of a solenoid along its axis
Learn how to use data logging in the classroom with our Secondary Science Academy demonstration videos, which will walk you through using the new EasySense2 app and show you how to get hands-on with the latest Bluetooth wireless sensors. The video experiments will show you how to get the best out of your science lessons.
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