The Van De Graaff generator is an electrostatic high-voltage generator which can generate very high voltages. It can provide a high-voltage electrostatic source for physical electrostatics, and makes many experiments.
The electron beam demonstrator uses a gas-filled cathode ray tube to demonstrate hot electron emission, electron acceleration, electron beam deflection in an electric or magnetic field.
This apparatus is designed to study the work function of a metal based on thermionic emission principle in a vacuum diode tube. It helps students understand the concept of thermionic electron emission, measure work function, verify Schottky effect, & determine charge-mass ratio by magnetron.
This apparatus is designed to help students understand the principles of Hall effect, measure the sensitivity of a Hall element, and learn how to use a Hall element to measure magnetic field intensity.
This apparatus adopts an integrated Hall sensor as the detector to detect Helmholtz coil magnetic field. The output voltage is measured with a DC voltmeter with the measurement accuracy much higher than traditional instruments.
This is an innovative solenoid magnetic field measurement instrument using an integrated linear Hall device to measure weak magnetic fields with a high accuracy.
This apparatus is designed to acquire the relationship of magnetic field intensity B and position X, learn how to demagnetize a magnetic sample, and learn how to apply Ampere's circuit law.
This experimental apparatus uses a GaAs Hall sensor to measure magnetic field intensity and then measure the magneto-resistance values of an InSb magnetoresistive sensor under different magnetic field intensities.
This instrument uses a new type of permalloy magnetoresistance sensor to measure the parameters of geomagnetic field. Students can learn how to calibrate a magnetoresistive sensor and measure the horizontal component of the earth magnetic field and its decline angle.
This experimental apparatus can be used to measure the physical properties of a PN junction, the Boltzmann constant, as well as weak current.
This apparatus is designed to conduct the nonlinear circuit chaotic experiment in electromagnetism.
This experimental apparatus is designed for teaching electromagnetic oscillation and waves in general physics. It is a useful system for demonstrating the transmission, reception, modulation, electric resonance, tuning as well as the characteristics of electromagnetic waves.
This microwave demonstrator consists of a microwave transmitter, a microwave receiver with amplifier, a receiving dipole and accessories. This combination of equipment can be used to demonstrate many interesting microwave experiments.
This microwave experimental system provides quantitative measurements for a series of experiments. It can be used to verify reflection law, measure intensity distribution of interference or diffraction, study polarization and verify Malus' law, and verify Bragg diffraction of crystal model.