A fuel cell educational kit suitable for high school students. The fuel cell can be disassembled with bare hands. Students are able to see the internal construction of a fuel cell.
The complete set consists of a basic set, a load measurement box and a pair of "Y" wires. The load measurement box has a voltmeter and an ammeter to measure the voltage and current produced by the fuel cell and seven resistors for plotting the characteristics curve of the fuel cell.
This hydrogen generator uses sodium borohydride and distilled water to produce pure hydrogen. It includes a unique catalyst to speed up the process of hydrogen production.
The PEM fuel cell used in the Fuel Cell Exploratory Kit. It can be disassembled with bare hands. Students are able to see what a PEM fuel cell is made up of.
The load measurement box has a built-in voltmeter and ammeter for measuring the voltage and current produced by the fuel cell. Students will learn to read the markings on a resistor to know its resistance. The seven resistors on the load measurement box are used to plot the characteristics curves of the fuel cell.