Vernier Optics Expansion KitOrder code: OEK
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VERNIER OPTICS EXPANSION KIT
Add the Vernier Optics Expansion Kit to your Vernier Dynamics Cart and Track System to conduct optics experiments such as:
• Image formation with lenses
• Light intensity vs. distance
• Inverse-square intensity relationship for light from a point source
• Build a basic telescope
The parts of the Optics Expansion Kit snap on to the track and can be left in place while the track is moved. The three lenses are permanently mounted in three plastic supports. An additional aperture plate is included for experiments based on lens diameter and shape.
The light source is LED-based so that it uses less energy and is cool to the touch. A rotating disc on the light source gives the option of a radiant object, a point source, an "L" with 2 x 1cm dimension and parallel lines for resolution experiments.
The power supply is the same as the LabQuest power supply.
Vernier's Optics Expansion Kit requires a Vernier Track to serve as an optics bench.
The Vernier Track is included with the DTS Vernier Dynamics Cart and Track System and the DTS-GDX Vernier Go Direct Dynamics System
For additive and subtractive colour mixing experiments add the CM-OEK Vernier Colour Mixer Kit
Some Vernier sample optics experiments are available here View >>>>
• Combination LED point and luminous light source with power supply
• Three lenses integrated with holders (100, 200 and -150mm focal length)
• Screen and holder
• Light Sensor holder
• Aperture screen and holder
• Power supply
COMPATIBILITY CHECK and Set Up Guide for your Vernier sensor, interface and software:
Download the current Vernier Catalogue: Download PDF
Educational use only:
Vernier and Kidwind products are designed for educational use. They are not appropriate for industrial, medical or commercial applications. Details
This product is used in teaching these Australian Curriculum codes:
- Warranty: 5 year limited warranty
Last edited 4th Feb 2020
ACSPH076 - Linear Motion and Waves - Waves - A wave model explains a wide range of lightrelated phenomena including reflection, refraction, total internal reflection, dispersion, diffraction and interference; a transverse wave model is required to explain polarisation
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Complete OEK Kit
Track with optional CM-OEK Colour Mixer Kit, both not included
Optional PAK-OEK Polariser/Analyser not included
Optional M-OEK Mirror Set not included