Thames & Kosmos ~ Electric Fan

Thames & Kosmos

$ 14.95 
SKU: 659158

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Build a working electric fan using a circuit that consists of a fan blade rotor, electric motor, LED, resistor, switch, and battery holder. Learn how motors work, the role each electronic component plays in the circuit, and how fan blades push air to make wind.

Subject: Electrical Science
Age: 8+
Experiments: 4
Batteries Required: AA (2)
Product Dimensions (Inches) 5.1 x 8.1 x 2.2

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