Engineering and Technical Education
MECHATRONICS, AUTOMATION & COMPUMECHATRONICS
THERMODYNAMICS & THERMOTECHNICS
FOOD & WATER TECHNOLOGIES
Physics, Chemical, Biology Education
Section 01 - Kits
1.1. Section 01 - Kits
1.1.1. Physics Laboratory Sets
1.1.2. Basic Kits
1.1.3. Advanced Kits
1.2. Section 02 - Physics
1.2.1. Statics of solids
1.2.3. Translational motion
1.2.4. Rotational motion
1.2.5. Oscillatory motion
1.2.6. Inertia- Collisions - Two-dimension motion
1.2.8. Gases and vacuum
1.2.9. Wave's propagation
1.2.10. Sound Waves
1.2.11. Molecular aspect of matter
1.2.12. Temperature and Heat
1.2.13. Geometrical Optics
1.2.14. Wave Optics
1.2.15. Optical Benches
1.2.17. Electrical conduction
1.2.18. Magnetism and electromagnetism
1.2.19. Atomic Physics
1.3. Section 03 - Technique and Energy
1.3.1. Energy conversions
1.3.2. Renewable energies
1.4. Section 04 - Microscopy
1.4.1. On-field microscopy kits
1.4.2. Biological microscopes
1.4.4. Multimedia system
1.4.5. Microscopy accessories
1.4.6. Optical magnifiers
1.4.7. Prepared slides for microscopy
1.5. Section 05 - Biology
1.5.3. Experiments on human beings
1.5.4. Human anatomy and DNA models
1.6. Section 06 - Ecology
1.6.1. Kit for environmental analysis
1.6.2. Items for sample's collection
1.6.3. Stations for the detection of air pollution
1.6.4. Digital instruments
1.7. Section 07 - Meterology
1.7.1. Instruments and weather stations
1.8. Section 08 - Astronomy and Earth Science
1.8.1. Rocks, fossils and minerals
1.8.2. Geological models
1.8.3. The Earth and the solar system
1.9. Section 09 – Chemistry
1.9.1. Periodic table of elements
1.9.2. Molecular models and atomic models
1.10. Section 10 – On-Line Science
1.10.2. MBL Sensors
1.10.3. USB Sensor
1.11. Section 11 – Drawing and Mathematics
1.11.4. Fractions and percentages
1.11.6. Mathematics on magnetic blackboard
1.12. Section 12 – Measurement Instruments
1.12.1. Lengths and angles
1.12.2. Volumes/Time intervals
1.12.4. Density/Forces, weights and masses
1.12.5. Electrical devices
1.13. Section 13 – Lab Tools
1.13.1. Items and instruments
1.13.2. Electrical power sources
2. DATA HARVEST
2.1. Data Logging
2.1.1. Data Loggers
22.214.171.124. Data Logging Range
126.96.36.199. Sensor Range
188.8.131.52. Cross-platform software
184.108.40.206. All Accessories
2.2.1. Dynamics System
220.127.116.11. Cross-platform software
18.104.22.168. All Accessories
2.3.1. Teaching Packs
2.3.2. Teaching Metarials
2.4. More Science
2.4.1. Smart Microscopes
2.4.2. Genecon Hand-Held Dynamo
2.4.3. Renewable Energy
2.5. Product Brochures
2.5.1. Primary Teaching Brochure
2.5.2. Secondary Teaching Brochure
3.1. Anatomical Models
3.1.1. Skeleton Models
22.214.171.124. Full Body
3.1.2. Organs & Structures
126.96.36.199. Respiratory System
188.8.131.52. Brain & Nerves
184.108.40.206. Urinary System
220.127.116.11. Head Models
18.104.22.168. Circulatory System - Blood Vessels
22.214.171.124. Circulatory System - Hearts
126.96.36.199. Circulatory System - Circulation
188.8.131.52. Muscular Models
184.108.40.206. Digestive System
3.2. 3D Anatomy Series
3.3. Medical Simulators
3.3.4. Skin Suture
220.127.116.11. Chronic Wounds
18.104.22.168. Nursing Dolls - Baby & Child Dolls
22.214.171.124. Nursing Dolls - Adult Dolls
126.96.36.199. Stoma Care
3.3.7. Cancer Prevention
188.8.131.52. CPR - Baby & Child Dolls
184.108.40.206. CPR - Adult Dolls
220.127.116.11. All Dolls - Baby & Child Dolls
18.104.22.168. All Dolls - Adult Dolls
22.214.171.124. Trauma Simulation
3.3.9. X-RAY / CT
3.3.10. Pregnancy & Birth
5592 6 physics sets for team working
In order to have an effective laboratory practice, all working groups must not be composed of more than 4 – 5 units.Since classes are composed of an average of 24-30 students, Optikascience offers the group of 6 physics sets (code 5597), whose equipments are contained in two metal wardrobes. The wardrobes are organized in order to put in evidence rods, metal rods, cables, etc., and are composed of stands and containers for tidy storage of an the equipment.The group of 6 physics sets include all the equipment shown here beside, except for 6 timers which can be ordered apart (for the timers, please view secti...
B1 States and properties of matter – Measurement
24 feasible experiments. • Space• Matter• Bodies• The three states of matter• A property of bodies: impenetrability• Other properties of bodies• The meaning of the comparison between different bodies• Qualitative and quantitative comparisons• Measurable properties and physical magnitudes• Measurement of a physical magnitudes• The metric decimal system• Length• The linear rule: a calibrated tool• Geometry• The fundamental bodies of geometry and the real world• Straight lines and curved lines• The metric wheel• The curvimeter...
A1 Statics of rigid bodies
17 Feasible experiments. • Forces and their effects• Elastic extensions: Hooke’s law• Spring scales• Composition of forces with opposite direction• Composition of forces with same direction• Balance of moments• Center of gravity• The balance of the leaning bodies• Levers• Test• Pulleys• Inclined plane...
5597 Physics set for group exercises
Suitable for secondary schools.110 performable experiments MECHANICS• Error theory• Measurement of small distances usingcalibrated instruments• Law of the elastic lengthenings• Forces• Friction forces• Equilibrium of the moments• Center of gravity• Levers• Other simple machines• The scale• Ways of weighing• Fluid statics• Archimedes’ principle• Applications of Archimedes’ principle• Periodic motions THERMOLOGY• Error theory• Bunsen burner and the thermometer• Behaviour of solids when the temperature changes&bul...
22 Feasible experiments. • Meaning of words• Force, a primitive concept• Contact force and non contact force• Plastic materials and elastic materials• Contact force: elastic force• Non contact force: weight• The effects of forces• Active forces and passive forces• How to compare forces• A property of elastic bodies: from qualitative to quantitative• Spring scale• The unit of measurement of forces• How to use the spring scale• Vector representation of forces• The center of gravity• When a body falls freely• The weight does not re...
A2 Static of fluids
16 Feasible experiments. • Specific weight• Density• Pressure• Pascal’s principle• Stevin’s principle• Principle of communicating vessels• Atmospheric pressure• The pressure gauge: how to measure the pressure• The principle of Archimedes and its applications• Floating...
5614 Small physics laboratory
Suitable for primary schools.96 performable experiments. MECHANICS• Knowing forces• Forces in action• Weight is a force• The spring scale and its calibration• Other kinds of forces• A strange addition• Friction forces• Center of gravity• Let’s use our force in a wise way• The equilibrium of a rod• Levers• Pulleys• Inclined plane THERMOLOGY• Let’s tell apart heat and temperature• Alcohol burner• The combustion• The thermometer and its calibration• Thermal expansion of solids• Thermal expansion of liquids&bu...
B3 Equilibrium and simple machines
14 Feasible experiments. • Know the forces• How to sum forces• The parallelogram rule• The resultant of parallel forces having same direction• How to use our strength intelligently• Equilibrium of a rod• Simple machines• First class of lever• Second class of lever• Third class of lever• Some examples of levers• Pulleys• Fixed pulley• Movable pulley• Simple tackle• Inclined plane...
26 Feasible experiments. • Motion• Motion is relative• Reference systems• Trajectory• Displacement• Time table• Tools for the experimental study of motion• Manual time counting• Automatic time counting• Average speed• How to measure the average speed• Instantaneous velocity• How to measure instantaneous velocity• Average acceleration• How to measure average acceleration• Instantaneous acceleration• Various types of motion• Uniform rectilinear motion• Uniformly accelerated rectilinear motion• Uniformly accelerated ...
5621 Active School set
Suitable for primary schools.85 performable experiments SIMPLE MACHINES• Simple machines• The spring scale• Equilibrium of a pivoted rod• First kind of lever• Second kind of lever• Third kind of lever• Verification form• Fixed pulley• Mobile pulley• Simple hoist• Inclined plane FLUID STATICS• What fluids are• The spring scale• Graduated cylinder• Specific weight• Measuring the specific weight of a solid• Measuring the specific weight of a liquid• Pressure• Atmospheric pressure• Pascal’s principle on liquids...
B4 Pressure, fluids and flotation
20 feasible experiments. • How to walk on the snow• When a force is distributed on a surface• The footprints• Footprint depth• The concept of pressure• Pressure: a new physical magnitude• The non-precision of common language• Knives, nails, thumbtacks and so on• Pressure and liquids• How to apply a force to a liquid• How to apply a force to a gas• Pressure in liquids• When the pressure in a liquid is generated by its weight• The specific weight• A property of pressure generated by the weight of a liquid• Two applications of Stevin&rs...
24 Feasible experiments • Thermal sensations• Thermoscope• Thermometer• Thermometric scales• Thermal motion of the molecules• Linear thermal expansion• The coefficient of linear thermal expansion• Bimetallic strip• Volumetric thermal expansion• Thermal expansion of liquids• Thermal expansion of aeriform substances• Thermal energy• How to increase the temperature of a body• Another way to increase the temperature• Heat• The relationship between heat and temperature• Thermal balance• Water equivalent of the calorimeter• ...
5625.1 Genius – Mobile laboratory of physics
“Stand-alone” system: equipped with sink, completely independent thanks to an independent hydraulic circuit and an adjustable electric power supply.Sturdy and ergonomic structure, mounted on four swivel wheels, suitable for intense use: the equipment provided with the mobile lab is easy to use, functional and durable intime. The mobile laboratory is designed to contain in an orderly manner all the products needed to help the professor in laboratory practices. Overall dimensions of the mobile laboratory: 147 x 70.5 x 95.5 cm Kits provided with “Genius” mobile lab: A1 + A4 +A5 +A783 Feasib...
15 Feasible experiments. • At rest or in motion?• Motion along a line• Motion on a plane• Motion in space• Trajectory• Time• Periodic motions• Pendulum motion• The period of a pendulum• Does the period of a pendulum depend on the amplitude of its oscillation?• Does the period of a pendulum depend on its length?• Does the period of a pendulum depend on its mass?• A tool for measuring time intervals• The average speed• Instantaneous speed• The uniform rectilinear motion and its law depending on time• Forces and motion• Fricti...
A5 Geometric optics
26 Feasible experiments • Light• Rectilinear propagation of light• Law of illumination• Rays light• Light diffusion• Eclipse• Light reflection• Reflection in spherical mirrors• Light refraction• The laws of refraction• Total reflection• Lenses• Refraction through lenses• Images in the flat mirrors• Images in spherical mirrors• The conjugated points in spherical mirrors• Lenses images• The conjugated points in lenses• The human eye• Defects of the human eye and their correction• Dispersion of light• Color...
5626.1 Eureka – Mobile laboratory of biology
“Stand-alone” system: equipped with sink, completely independent thanks to an independent hydraulic circuit and an adjustable electric power supply.Sturdy and ergonomic structure, mounted on four swivel wheels, suitable for intense use: the equipment provided with the mobile lab is easy to use, functional and durable in time. The mobile laboratory is designed to contain in an orderly manner all the products needed to help the professor in laboratory practices. Overall dimensions of the mobile laboratory: 147 x 70.5 x 95.5 cm Kits provided with “Eureka” mobile lab: 5630+563148 Feasible ex...
B6 Temperature, heat and changes in status
19 Feasible experiments. • Thermal sensations• How to compare thermal sensations• A new physical magnitude: the temperature• Thermal expansion of solids• Thermal expansion of liquids• Thermal expansion of aeriform substances• How to compare temperatures – The thermoscope• The thermometer• The thermometric scales• How to use the thermometer• When two bodies at different temperatures touch each other• Thermal balance• Heat• Propagation of heat in solids• Propagation of heat in liquids• Propagation of heat in gases• Irradiati...
A6 Physics of sound
22 Feasible experiments • Introduction• When we hear a sound• Oscillatory motion• Period and frequency of oscillating motion• Time dependence of oscillatory motion law• Oscillatory motion energy• Features of sounds• Why we hear sounds• Acoustic waves• Equation of a sine wave• How acoustic waves are transformed into sounds• The limits of audibility• The sensitivity of the auditory system• Reflection of acoustic waves• Interference of acoustic waves• Beats• Stationary waves• Resonance• Stringed musical instruments• ...
B7 Light and its phenomena
23 Feasible experiments. • The optical projector• Why we see objects• Rectilinear propagation of light• Law of illumination• Shadow and dim light• Eclipse• The rays of light do not exist, the diffusion of light• Reflection of light• Reflection due to spherical mirrors• Refraction of light• Refraction law• Total reflection• Lenses• Refraction due to lenses• The images in the flat mirrors• Images in the lenses• The conjugated points• Human eye• The defects of the human eye• White light: light scattering• Color ...
24 Feasible experiments • Electricity• Electric charge• Electric charges in matter• Conductors and insulators• Electric field• The energy of the electric field – electric potential• Battery• Voltmeter• Electric circuit• The intensity of the electric current – the ammeter• The first law of Ohm• The second law of Ohm• Resistivity• How to measure the electrical resistance• Series of resistors• Rheostat• Parallel of resistors• Electric networks• Potentiometer• Internal resistance of a battery• The the...
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