VWR* CENCO Resonance Apparatus is a thorough re-engineering of a wellknown, acoustic experiment to improve the precision and scope of the experiment, as well as to considerably improve the convenience of its operation.
Doppler Effect Demonstration Apparatus, 92dB buzzer, 0.8m tether. Nylon cord is 2ft 8in attached to a rugged ABS handle 8.5in long, (1in diameter), Swing the apparatus and students will be able to hear the change in frequency, Dimensions: 4.5 x 5 x 3 in
ultrasonic Probe, Dimensions: 65 mm X 27 mm Dia, For Use With ultrasonic Echoscope, Includes A 16-mm Piezo-Ceramic Disc In A Die-Cast Metal Case And A 1-M Long Cable With A Frequency-Coded Snap-In Plug, Equipment Is Adapted To Sound In Water/Acrylic, 1 Mhz.
Ct Sample, Diameter: 60 mm, Height: 70 mm, Black Plastic Cylinder With Non-Uniform Absorption And Speed Of Sound Within Its Interior, With Magnetic Holder For Attachment To The Revolving Stage Of The Ct Scanner, In The Case Of ultrasonic Tomography, Absorption And Speed Of Sound.
Ripple Tank, Overhead, Dimensions: 15.5inx12inx4in, 6V DC power source and an overhead projector are required, demonstrates the generation, propagation, reflection, interference and diffraction of waves
Test Vessel, Testing Volume: Approx. 1 Litre, Laser Fixture: 18 mm Dia, Lens: Plano-Convex, F=100 mm, 16 mm Dia, Made Of Transparent Acrylic, With A Lid And A Transducer Mounting For Conducting The Projecting ultrasonic Waves With Divergent Light.
Sweep Function Generator, 0.1 Hz to 10 MHz, Sine, Square, Triangle, Pulse, & Ramp output, Coarse and Fine tuning, 5 digit LED display, Linear and log sweep, Variable duty cycle, Variable DC offset, cUL certified
Function/Arbitrary Waveform Generator, Dual-channel, 40MHz bandwidth, 20Vpp maximum output amplitude, high fidelity output with 80dB dynamic range, Standard interfaces: USB Host, USB Device（USBTMC, LAN （VXI-11） Optional interface: GPIB
Phase and Group velocity Precision apparatus uses sound waves to clearly show phase and group velocity concepts. Make precise measurements of the velocity of sound in three different liquids. Three measurement techniques allow characteristics to be examined