The PowerWheel

The Basic PowerWheel Bundle

The Basic PowerWheel Bundle

360 points (Points accrued: 0)
Item #: GRN-200
The PowerWheel Incandescent Light

The PowerWheel Incandescent Light

30 points (Points accrued: 0)
Item #: GRN-210
Electronic Tone Alert

Electronic Tone Alert

8 points (Points accrued: 0)
Item #: GRN-215
Peltier Thermoelectric Cooler/Heater

Peltier Thermoelectric Cooler/Heater

20 points (Points accrued: 0)
Item #: GRN-220
Set of Tone Alert and Peltier

Set of Tone Alert and Peltier

24 points (Points accrued: 0)
Item #: GRN-225
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The PowerWheel is a micro hydro generator - an amazing tool for teaching lessons about energy, hydro-power, and other renewable sources of energy. Now you can charge cell phones or power laptops all from the power from your faucet. The PowerWheel can be used to enhance lessons for students from kindergarten through 12th grade.

The PowerWheel unit connects to a classroom faucet or outside hose for easy use.

The PowerWheel Bundle includes:
1) Fully-assembled PowerWheel
2) LED light strip
3) Bridge rectifier
4) All the wiring to convert the AC output to DC (for powering battery powered devices)
5) User's manual (Manual includes educational mini-lessons and suggestions for use)

Also available:

The PowerWheel Incandescent Light:
Show the difference in efficiency between the included LED lights and this two-bulb incandescent light. Includes two spare bulbs.

Electronic Tone Alert
This electronic noisemaker will allow you to turn the electrical energy from your Power Wheel into sonic energy instantly!

Peltier Thermoelectric Cooler/Heater
This device converts electrical energy directly into a temperature difference, or vice-versa. When 12 volts are applied to the leads, one side of the unit will become hot, the other cold. A dynamic demonstration of the power being generated by your Power Wheel.

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