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Remote Internet Experiments

Remote Lab includes real physics experiments that can be controlled from your web browser. Our remote experiments can be used absolutely free of charge and without any registration. You can always download the measured data to your computer for further processing and analysis.

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We will present each remote (internet controlled) experiments created in our school on these pages. You can watch these experiments through the Internet, but also directly measure the real data. Remote experiments can be used as an experiment in multimedia-supported frontal teaching, but mainly thanks to their 24-hour availability as an experimental homework for students. They also find their unquestionable use in the so-called distance learning.

Remote-controlled experiments have many important advantages over traditional school experiments in traditional school laboratories or virtual simulations.

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Free access to the laboratory (anytime, anywhere), the experimenter does not need any physical tools, the experiment can be repeated several times.



There is no risk of injury when working with hazardous materials, even though users are working with real-time instrumentation.

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Increased student interest, time savings for teachers, fast graphical processing of readings, readings are real.

Our remote experiments

Our goal is to present experiments that are not quite common in the classroom or the preparation of which is otherwise too time consuming for a high quality design.

The task is focused on measuring the resistance of platinum sensor and thermistor at different temperatures and comparing their temperature dependence on electrical resistance.

Experiment VILI

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Determination of the Earth's magnetic field

Experiment 2 – NICoL

The determination of the horizontal component of the earths magnetic field is made by comparing the earths induction with the artificial induction induced by the so-called Helmholtz coils.

Experiment NICOL

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Robotic arm remote control

Experiment 3 – RAMBO

The task is not the actual physical experiment where the measured result is important. In this role, you can "play" with the control of the robotic hand.

Experiment RAMBO

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V-A Charakteristics of LED
(Determination of Planck constant)

Experiment 4 – CEcIL

The voltamper characteristics of the red, yellow, green, blue, and white LEDs can be compared in this experiment. The value of the Planck constant can also be determined.

Experiment CECIL

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Oscillations on the spring
(forced & damped oscillations)

Experiment 5 – IRMA

The experiment allows to study not only the real oscillation of the spring oscillator and the damped oscillation, but also the excited oscillation and the phenomenon called "resonance".

Experiment IRMA

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Basic features of the bipolar transistor

Experiment 6 – PaVEL

It is possible to measure the output and conversion characteristics in this task. In particular, the current gain can be determined for a common emitter configuration.

Experiment PAVEL

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Classic bulb V-A characteristic

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Experiment 7 – VeLMA

The purpose of the experiment is to measure the V-A characteristic of a classical light bulb, which is the first encounter of the students with so-called "non-linear loads".

Experiment VELMA

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Load characteristic of the source

Experiment 8 – ZaCHaRIAS

The experiment allows you to measure the load characteristics of two commonly used electrochemical sources - alkaline and zinc-chloride batteries.

Experiment ZACHARIAS

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Study of diffraction phenomena
(Diffraction on a grating)

Experiment 9 – DiANE

The experiment is focuses on the study of the diffraction pattern on the optical grating. It is possible to determine the grating constant or the wavelength of the lasers used.

Experiment DIANE

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Solar cell load characteristics

Experiment 10 – DEVIL

The experiment makes it possible to study the basic parameters of a solar cell as an energy source. It is possible to measure both the classical load characteristics and the power dependence on load.

Experiment DEVIL

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Radiation Absorption in Materials

Experiment 11 – AbRaHaM

The experiment demonstrates radiation shielding. It is possible to study the influence of different material thickness or different materials of the same thickness.

Experiment ABRAHAM

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Weather Station

Experiment 12 – GENIE

Another project using the Arduino module with Ethernet Shield. This time the remote experiment concept is used as a simple weather station to monitor the conditions in our laboratory.

Experiment GENIE

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Remote Internet control of the K8055 board

App: K8055-MARIE

K8055-MARIE is our application that allows remote control of the Velleman K8055(N) board. We are still developing this application, you can try the current version in the demos on this site.

App K8055-MARIE

Launch Application Demo

Remote-LAB GymKT - motto
"We live in a society exquisitely dependent on science and technology, in which hardly anyone knows anything about science and technology. This is a clear recipe for disaster." (Carl Sagan)
"Come on, damn it, let's try to avert this disaster!"
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