Remote Internet Experiments
Remote laboratory includes real physics experiments that can be controlled by your web browser. Our remote experiments can be used absolutely free and without any registration. You can always download the measured data to your computer for next processing and analysis.
On these pages we will present each remote (Internet controlled) experiments that created at our school. 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 of an experimental homework for students. They also find their unquestionable use in so-called distance learning.
Remotely controlled experiments are - compared to conventional school experiments in the traditional school laboratories or virtual simulations - many important advantages.
Free access to the laboratory (anytime, anywhere), the experimenter does not need any physical utilities, the experiment can be repeated several times.
There is no risk of injury when working with dangerous substances, even though users are working with real-time measuring devices.
Increased student interest, time saving for teachers, fast graphical processing of measured values, measured data are real.
Our remote experiments
Our aim is to present experiments that are quite common in teaching or preparation for the high quality design is otherwise too time consuming.
Temp. dependence of the resistance of metals and semiconductors
Experiment 1 – VILI
The task is focused on measuring the resistance of platinum sensor and thermistor at different temperatures and comparing their temperature dependence on electrical resistance.
Determination of the Earth's mag. field
Experiment 2 – NICoL
Determination of horizontal component magn. Earth field is made by comparing Earth induction induction and induction induced artificially by the so-called Helmholtz coils.
Remote control of robotic arm
Experiment 3 – RAMBO
The task is not the true physical experiment in which the measured result is concerned. In this role you will be able to "play" with the control of the robotic hand.
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 the task. The value of the Planck constant can also be determined.
Oscillations on the spring
(Forced & damped oscillations)
Experiment 5 – IRMA
The task allows not only the study of the actual oscillation of the spring oscillator and the damped oscillation, but also the excited oscillation and the study of the phenomenon called "resonance".
Basic characteristics of the bipolar transistor
Experiment 6 – PaVEL
It is possible to measure the output and conversion characteristics in this task. In particular, can determine the current amplification factor for common emitter configuration.
V-A characteristic of a classic bulb
Experiment 7 – VeLMA
The task of the experiment is to measure the V-A characteristic of a classical bulb, which is the first meeting of students with so-called "non-linear loads".
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.
Study of diffraction phenomena
(Diffraction on 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 used lasers.
Load characteristics of the Solar cell
Experiment 10 – DEVIL
The task makes it possible to study the basic parameters of a solar cell as an energy source. It is possible to measure both classical load characteristics and performance dependence on load.
Absorption of radiation in materials
Experiment 11 – AbRaHaM
The experiment demonstrates the radiation shielding. It is possible to study the influence of different thickness of the material or different materials of the same thickness.
Experiment 12 – GENIE
Another task realized using the Arduino module with Ethernet Shield. This time, this concept of the remote experiment is used as a simple weather station used for monitoring conditions in our laboratory.
Remote internet control of the board K8055
K8055-MARIE is our application that enables remote control of the board Velleman K8055(N). We are still developing this app, you can try the current version in demos on this site.
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