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  1. Hand Crank Generator Accessories Group
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    All the accessories for use with the our Hand Crank Generators. Our best selling electricity teaching tools! Read More
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    All the accessories for use with the our Hand Crank Generators. Our best selling electricity teaching tools! Read More
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  3. Series / Parallel Bulb Board Item # P6-1120
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    No more wire nests! The five mini bulbs can be quickly arranged in series, parallel, or complex circuits, simply by adjusting the Bussbars.

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  4. Energy Ball Item # P6-2300
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    The flashing Energy Ball (UFO Ball) is a very cool device which consists of a 1.5-inch ball with two small metal electrodes. When the two electrodes are touched simultaneously, the Energy Ball flashes and makes a strange tone. Read More
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  5. 1 Farad Capacitor Item # P6-8012
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    The Arbor Scientific 1 Farad Capacitor Demonstration - Study and understand stored potential, capacitance, and energy conversion using a 1 Farad Capacitor. The Genecon's output can be stored and then tapped using this unique miniature capacitor. Read More
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  6. Visual Electricity Demonstrator Item # P6-2600
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    Bright, easy-to-see LEDs in the unit represent the flow of charges particles through the circuit as the Visual Electricity Demonstrator pulses to life. Read More
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  7. Genecon Hand Crank Generator Item # P6-2631
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    Ideal as a battery replacement for a wide variety of basic electricity experiments, the Genecon generator is a low voltage power source that lets you create electrical current by simply turning a crank.

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