A real dynamo to assemble and transform the mechanical work into an electric current.
It also contains an electric motor with an LED!
The dynamo torch is a mechanically powered flashlight. It is considered a green technology since it requires no batteries. It is powered by cranking a handle. The cranking motion turns a dynamo, which is an electric generator. This produces electricity, which turns on the light.
The faster you turn the crank, the brighter the light becomes. This is because you are producing more energy, which makes the light brighter. This toy demonstrates that energy can be converted from one form into another. You are converting the mechanical energy, provided by turning the crank, into electrical energy which is used to power the light. Electrical generating stations do this as well. They turn large turbines using mechanical energy, which is usually provided by falling water (hydro power) or hot steam pressure. And these turbines then turn generators which produce electricity for use in our homes and businesses.
A dynamo torch, even though it’s a toy, works the same as mechanically powered flashlights which are often kept as emergency lights in case of power outages or other emergencies. In case of such an emergency, you want to be able to have a handy light source which is always ready for use. This is particularly useful for vacation homes, cabins, and other remote locations.
The Green Science Dynamo Torch turns a simple toy motor into a generator that transforms hand motion into electrical energy and powers a light bulb.
This kit includes a toy motor, gears, LED light bulb and plastic casing. No additional parts or materials required.
This kit is ideal for young science enthusiasts, and offers a valuable lesson on the transformative power of green science.