Hydrofill Pro is a “hydrogen on demand” desktop refueling station designed for easy and automatic refilling of Hydrostik Pro metal hydride cartridges (not included). Add pure water and connect to the AC grid, DC solar or wind power solutions for a completely self-sufficient, renewable hydrogen system. Compatible with fuel cell power devices above 2W, and up to 30W, Hydrofill Pro is particularly suited for schools, labs and technical learning facilities. Check out the Hydrofill Pro video!
The Multi Energy Car Science Kit lets students experiment with tomorrow’s sustainable transport solutions. Measure the superior energy density and power of the super capacitor. Compare different kinds of fuel cell technology, all of which convert elements into electrical energy: the direct ethanol fuel cell, the salt water fuel cell and PEM fuel cell. Plus, you can demonstrate the power of sunlight with the solar panel and generate electricity with the hand crank.
The Fuel Cell Car Science Kit enables students to discover the principles behind the real-scale fuel cell vehicles currently being rolled out across the world. Power an electrical circuit by solar panel or a wind turbine with profiled blades based on NASA aeronautics. Generate hydrogen through water electrolysis and convert it into electricity using a PEM fuel cell. Whichever combination of technologies you want to explore, this science kit is a comprehensive introduction to the principles behind renewable microgrids.
Voltage, current, power, joules, resistance and even RPM speed available at the touch of a button—displayed either on the LCD screen of the monitor itself or as graphical data on your PC. The Horizon Energy Monitor helps bring lab and field experiments back into the classroom, making it the ideal tool to complement the Renewable Energy Science Education Set.
The Renewable Energy Science Kit demonstrates the workings of a clean energy technology system on a miniature scale. Power an electrical circuit by solar panel or a wind turbine with profiled blades based on NASA aeronautics.
Hydrostik Pro is a convenient hydrogen storage solution to fuel your hydrogen powered devices. Hold the latest hydrogen storage technology in the palm of your hand. Rather than compressing hydrogen gas, the safe, and reliable Hydrostik Pro binds hydrogen with a metal alloy to form a solid metal hydride. You will need a source of hydrogen like the Hydrofill Pro to charge the supplied Hydrostik Pro cartridge with hydrogen. Please Note: Hydrostik Pro (white) is only compatible with the Hydrofill Pro (white) refueling station. Hydrostik Pro is NOT designed for the Hydrofill (black) refueling station. Check out the Hydrostik Pro video!
$20.00 – $100.00
Bristlebots are small robots made by attaching a vibrating motor to a toothbrush head. By adjusting the position of the pipe cleaner arms, they will travel in circles, straight lines, or scoot around in random directions. They are great for teaching engineering, motors, circuits, and principles of balance. What can you make your Bristlebot do?
$129.00 – $279.00
The Build Smart EV Micro-Kart FLASH curriculum puts your students in the driver’s seat as they build and code their own electric go-karts. The curriculum walks you through each step so you can enjoy the experience alongside your students. It teaches students about the Engineering Design Process through hands-on, project-based learning. Using the 5E lesson plan format (Engage, Explore, Explain, Engineer, Evaluate), students work through a series of activities that leads them to the creation of a fully functioning electric kart. The course implements standards from ISTE, NGSS, CCSS, STEL, and CSTA. The short course can be used for:
- Introductory units on environmental and mechanical engineering
- Out-of-school STEM-based activities (4H, Boys and Girls Club, etc.)
- Virtual instruction
- Hybrid instruction
- Library youth programming
- Professional development for educators
- STEM classrooms
$499.00 – $1,299.00
The Build Smart EV Micro-Kart Course curriculum is designed for high school students to learn mechanical engineering, coding and circuits. It gives students the full experience of building and coding their own electric go-karts. Using the 5E lesson plan format (Engage, Explore, Explain, Engineer, Evaluate), students work through a series of activities that leads them to the creation of a fully functioning electric kart. The course implements standards from ISTE, NGSS, CCSS, STEL, and CSTA.
$130.00 – $149.00
The EV Micro-Kart Course is made for high school students to learn mechanical engineering, coding and circuits. Students experience the Engineering Design Process as they design and 3D-print their own kart chassis and toppers. (Students also have the option to construct their chassis out of thin cardboard if a 3D printer is not available). Students will outfit their karts with headlights, taillights, and a variable-speed motor, using a breadboard to create circuits and using a micro:bit to code and control the actions of these systems. Finally, students use the micro:bit to analyze the performance of their karts via data collection and visualization. Along the way, students consider the important factors involved in constructing an EV kart and preparing for a big race, exploring subjects like:
- 3D modeling
- Engineering tolerances
- Power transmission and consumption
- Braking and steering systems
- Pulley ratios
$80.00 – $99.00
The EV Micro-Kart FLASH is a perfect introduction to coding, circuits, and mechanical engineering for middle and high school students. Students experience the Engineering Design Process as they create a chassis out of cardboard (a 3D-printed option is also provided), add a motor and pulleys, and then code a micro:bit to give it headlights, taillights, and speed control. This short course is ideal for: - STEM classrooms - Library programming - Summer camps - Coding clubs - Virtual instruction - Homeschools or Microschools - Professional development to introduce teachers to coding The course can be completed in as few as six hours or extended to several days or weeks. Its flexibility gives you the ability to modify and adjust to meet the needs of your students and timeframe. To place orders for 100+ micro:bit kits, please call 866-783-6109, email us at email@example.com, or use the live chat to speak to a STEM Education Works sales representative.