Magnetic Levitation Solar Motor Model Fan Blade Mendocino Motor Science Educational Toys

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Fan Blade Magnetic Levitation Solar Motor Model Science Educational Toys (Inclined Bracket)


Features:

Simple Operation:
The rotor is set on the plate, so that the model successfully suspended, under the light source to gently push the rotor, it will run smoothly. Interesting principle, strong teaching, novel appearance, rich texture.
Educational Toys:
The motor rotor can rotate for a short time under weak light sources. If the light is stronger, the rotor speed will be faster and it can continue to run for a long time. The solar panels installed on the rotor convert sunlight into energy and drive the model to run freely.
Technology Ornaments:
The motor is a kind of magnetic levitation solar motor, which combines the principles of magnetic field and electric field. It is suitable for use as a desktop or window sill decoration. The decoration is impressive. Even on your desk, it is also a cool piece of art.
Wide Application:
It has a wide range of applications. It can be used as teaching aids for teaching demonstrations, learning physical electromagnetics, children's science projects, and stimulate learning enthusiasm and increase interest in science. It can also be used as a desktop technology decoration, which is highly exhibitable and a creative gift for friends, family, children, etc.
Tips:
Put the product in a sunny place to turn it. Strong magnets are more fragile. Do not allow strong magnets to absorb freely. Strong impacts will damage the magnets. Acrylic is easy to deform, break, and grind.
For Ages: 8+

Specifications:
.Color: As Shown
.Material: Metal + Acrylic
.Product Dimensions: 15 x 8 x 6.5cm
.Product Weight: 275g
.Package Dimensions: 18 x 12 x 10cm
.Package Weight: 500g
.Packing: Box

Package Content:
1 x Solar Motor Model
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