Bare Conductive’s Electric Paint Flashing Card Set: Celebration Circuit is a great activity for drawing circuits and getting creative with electronics! This fun activity is great for makers of all ages. Our easy step-by-step instructions show you how to draw simple circuits with Electric Paint and attach a flashing LED and battery to your cards.
NI Circuit Design Suite combines Multisim 14.3 and Ultiboard software, to offer students a complete set of tools for circuit design, simulation, validation, and layout. The Circuit Design Suite software download helps you design circuits using intuitive and cost-effective tools.
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Tired of buying batteries for your Snap Circuits. With this battery eliminator you won't ever have to buy batteries again. This Snap Circuits adapter works with all versions of Snap Circuits.
Kids can use their imagination to combine SNAP CIRCUITS® with ordinary building bricks and make endless combinations of construction and circuitry.
Compare an electromagnet to a normal magnet! Have lots of fun while learning about electricity and magnetism. Easy-to-use, and will make kids smarter.
Snap Circuits® Student Guide for SC-100/SC-100R. Student Guide has 48 color pages. For an enhanced learning experience because it teaches electronics. Includes quizzes to verify learning.
The myDevBoard is an accessory board designed to connect directly to the NI myDAQ hardware. The Protoboard consists of a prototyping space as well as each I/O line from NI myDAQ broken out through quad contact blocks to make wiring easier.
The myGrid for NI myDAQ is an AC power grid that will help a student investigate the components of a power grid. The myGrid interfaces with NI myDAQ to demonstrate energy monitoring, energy conservation, and the concept of the smart grid. The system includes a traditional power source through a motor representing fossil fuels and a renewable power source using a solar panel. It models how power is generated, transmitted, and distributed in a residential setting across three houses.