The 4-cell solar module generates electrical energy from solar power. The electrolyzer as well as different loads can be supplied directly from the solar module. The practical base enables the alignment towards a light source in three different positions.
The wind generator generates electrical energy from wind power. The electrolyzer and loads can be supplied directly from the wind generator. The angle and the number of rotor blades can be varied.
The electrolyzer generates hydrogen from electrical energy. It is operated with distilled water and requires no caustic solutions or acids.
The gas holder is used for the intermediate storage of the produced hydrogen and oxygen. A scale on the holder facilitates the measurement of the produced and used hydrogen.
Fuel Cell Stack
The 5-cell fuel cell stack generates electrical energy from hydrogen and oxygen. For conducting different experiments the stack can be varied regarding the number of cells (1 to 5 cells).
USB Data Monitor
The USB Data Monitor is used for data acquisition and processing of all components. A USB interface enables the connection to the software. The electronic load as well as the integrated voltage supply can be controlled via the software.
The photometer (luxmeter) extends the possibilities with experiments regarding solar energy and is used for measuring the light intensity.
The practical anemometer extends the possibilities with experiments regarding wind power and is used for the measurement of wind speed.
The special double spotlight is used for simulating sunlight. It comes with the optimal light spectrum for operating the solar modules.
The desktop fan is used for simulating wind. It has the optimal power for operating the wind generator.