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1.5W Fuel Cell Developer Kit

$970.50

1.75mm PLA Filament 1-kg (Blue)

$37.00

1.75mm PLA Filament 1-kg (Red)

$33.00

1.75mm PLA Filament 1-kg (Yellow)

$37.00

180° Standard-Scale HS-485HB Servo Motor

$44.10 $41.58

Animal Bingo

$63.13

Build To Express Core Set

$86.00

The set includes over 200 LEGO® elements in a separate storage unit. They have been carefully selected to provide a broad spectrum of ‘readymademetaphors’. The colourful bricks, accessories and Minifigures inspire students and stimulate their creative thinking and imagination.
Key Values:
• Encourages reflection and gives students theopportunity to express on the world aroundthem
• Develops and strengthens 21st Century Skills enabling students to communicate more effectively, enhancing creativity and theircritical-thinking ability
• Promotes cooperative learning environmentand gives all students an equal voice

Piece count: 200


Building My SG – 2 for $50

$50.00

Community Minifigure Set

$75.00

Community People Set

$107.00

Creative LEGO Brick Set

$87.50

Creative LEGO® DUPLO® Brick Set

$93.00

Dolls Family Set

$230.33

Doors, Windows & Roof Tiles

$78.50

This set gives you a huge variety of windows withshutters, doors and roof tiles. Everything you need to give your constructions the finishing touches.
Key Values
• Ideal supplement to model building
• Open and close function possibilities
• Enough elements for several houses

Piece count: 278


Early Simple Machines Set

$328.50

The Early Machines Set provides eight mechanical models and eight double-sided, full-colour building instructions. The set includes gears, levers, pulleys, wheels and axles, as well as a plastic punch-out sheet with eyes, sails, scales and wings. Combine with the 2009656 activity pack to carry out eight lesson plans, each with 20-minute extension activities, and four problem-solving tasks.
Key Learning Values:
• Exploring basic mechanical principles such as gears, levers, pulleys, wheels and axles
• Investigating force, buoyancy and balance
• Solving problems through design

Piece count: 102
• Working with others and sharing findings


EDUSTAK PROBuild It Yourself Fuel Cell Stack

$3,114.20

EDUSTAK PRO demonstrates the fuel stack technology that is powering cutting-edge transport solutions and generators. Assemble your own fuel cell stack of individually connected cells and then power up with the refillable HYDROSTIK PRO metal hydride cartridges. EDUSTAK comes in 5-cell and 10-cell stacks depending on your hydrogen power requirements. No tools necessary to assemble the cell stacks so you can concentrate on creating your very own hydrogen powered applications. This ease of use makes it simple to scale the stacks to different power levels and integrate equipment such as sensors.
Key Values
• Easy-assembly – no tooling required
• The stack power is readily scalable and it’s straightforward to integrate sensors
• Rated output power up to 4W~ Optimal thermal management with air cooling circulation in each plate
• Includes HYDROSTIK PRO with tubing and adapted pressure regulator
• Comes with a complete instruction guide

Advanced Kits are based around Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies’ groundbreaking HYDROSTIK metal hydride cartridges that store hydrogen in solid state. This incredible innovation has led to the production of complex integrator sets that convert electrical devices into hydrogen hybrids. HYDROSTIK also powers the Horizon mini fuel cell stacks that give students an in-depth insight into the working of hydrogen fuel cell technology.


Electric Mobility Experiment Set

$349.95

Ethanol Fuel Cell Science Kit

$258.20

The Ethanol Fuel Cell Science Kit shows the workings of a direct ethanol fuel cell and the principles behind the conversion of ethanol into electrical energy through oxidization. Begin the process in the ethanol/water mix container then transfer this solution into the fuel cell via silicon tubing where it will be converted into electrical energy to power a mini turbine. A demonstration of the future of fuel cell technology before your eyes.
Key Values
• Understanding the workings of an ethanol fuel cell
• pH paper shows change of property of the consumed ethanol fuel
• Includes experiment guide on CD, as well complete manual
• Fuel solution can be made with household items


EV3 Gyro Sensor

$77.50

The digital EV3 Gyro Sensor measures the robot’s rotational motion and changes in its orientation. Students can measure angles, create balancing robots and explore the technology that powers a variety of real-world tools like Segway®, navigation systems and game controllers.

– Angle mode measures angles with an accuracy of +/- 3 degrees
– Gyro mode has a maximum output of 440 degrees/second
– Sample rate of 1 kHz
– Auto-ID is built into the EV3 software


EV3 Infrared Beacon

$64.00

This has been designed for use with the EV3 Infrared Seeker Sensor. The beacon emits an infrared signal which the sensor can track. The beacon can also be used as a remote control for the EV3 brick through signals sent to the infrared sensor.

– Requires two AAA batteries
– Four individual channels
– Includes a beacon button and toggle switch to activate/deactivate
– Green LED indicating if the beacon is active
– Auto power-down if the unit is not in action for one hour
– Working distance of up to two meters


EV3 Intelligent Brick

$520.00

This programmable, intelligent brick serves as the heart and brain of LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Education EV3 robots. It features an illuminated six-button interface that changes color to indicate the brick’s active state, a high-resolution black and white display, built-in speaker, USB port, a mini SD card reader, four input ports and four output ports.

The brick also supports USB, Bluetooth and WiFi communication (NETGEAR WiFi dongle WNA1100 Wireless-N 150) with a computer and has a programming interface that enables programming and data logging directly onto the brick. It is compatible with mobile devices and is powered by AA batteries or the EV3 Rechargeable DC Battery.

The brick features:
– ARM 9 processor with Linux-based operating system
– Four input ports for data acquisition of up to 1000 samples per/sec
– Four output ports for execution of commands
– On-board program storage including 16 MB of Flash memory and 64 MB of RAM
– Mini SDHC card reader for 32 GB of expanded memory
– Illuminated, three-color, six-button interface that indicates the brick’s active state
– Hi-resolution 178×128 pixel display enabling detailed graph viewing and sensor data observation
– High-quality speaker
– On-brick programming and datalogging that can be uploaded into the EV3 software
– Computer-to-brick communication through on-board USB, or external WiFi (NETGEAR WiFi dongle WNA1100 Wireless-N 150) or Bluetooth dongles
– USB 2.0 host enabling bricks to be linked in a daisy chain, allows WiFi communication and connection to SB memory sticks
– Powered by six AA batteries or the 2050 mAh lithium ion EV3 Rechargeable DC Battery


EV3 Medium Servo Motor

$51.50

The EV3 Medium Servo Motor is great for lower-load, higher speed applications and when faster response times and a smaller profile are needed in the robot’s design. The motor uses tacho feedback for precise control within one degree of accuracy and has a built-in rotation sensor.

– Tacho feedback to one degree of accuracy
– 240-250 RPM
– Running torque of 8 N/cm (approximately 11 oz/in)
– Stall torque of 12 N/cm (approximately 17 oz/in)
– Auto-ID is built into the EV3 software


EV3 Touch Sensor

$45.50

The analog EV3 Touch Sensor is a simple but exceptionally precise tool that detects when its front button is pressed or released and is able to count single and multiple presses. Students can build start/stop control systems, create maze-solving robots and uncover the technology’s use in devices such as digital musical instruments, computer keyboards and kitchen appliances.

– Cross-axle hole on button
– Auto-ID is built into the EV3 software


EV3 Ultrasonic Sensor

$83.00

The digital EV3 Ultrasonic Sensor generates sound waves and reads their echoes to detect and measure distance from objects. It can also send single sound waves to work as sonar or listen for a sound wave that triggers the start of a program.

Students could design a traffic-monitoring system and measure distances between vehicles, for instance. There is an opportunity to discover how the technology is used in everyday items like automatic doors, cars and manufacturing systems.

– Measures distances between one and 250 cm (one to 100 in.)
– Accurate to +/- 1 cm (+/- .394 in.)
– Front illumination is constant while emitting and blinks while listening
– Returns true if other ultrasonic sound is recognized
– Auto-ID is built into the EV3 software


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