This electricity clip art set includes 263 high-quality (300 dpi), transparent, PNG images that come in color, grayscale, and lineart. Each of the 6 sets that make up this pack can be previewed and purchased individually on their respective pages
Electronic Components Clip Art (including circuit symbols) This is a unique set of electronic components and symbols clip art and is ideal for electronic products and build your own circuit activities! Product includes: • battery • empty battery
The unit test on electricity can be used as a test, practice test, or study guide. The test is based on questions that will be asked on the 4th Grade Science test assessment. The test has 23 questions. The test includes request for illustrations
Electricity 101 is an interactive computer program that will give you an intrinsic understanding of electricity through the use of text, graphics, animation, and sample problems. No prior knowledge of electricity is assumed or required. Here is
This package will help you teach your students how to create basic 3D objects in Autodesk Inventor. This package comes with the following content: 1) Printable, easy to follow tutorial with pictures and step-by-step instructions. 2) Video showing
A famous woman computer scientist that is part of a series of posters that will help encourage your STEM / Computer Science students. This poster will introduce your students to Grace Hopper and computer science history.
This set includes 65 high-quality (300 dpi), transparent, PNG images. The following items come in color, grayscale, and lineart: - capacitor - resistor - LED (yellow, blue, green, red, purple) - spool of wire - knife switch (open and closed) -
In this file are 14 color images. The following tools are included: 1 Breaker Box 3 Conduit 1 Wire gauge 1 Soft Wire Cutter 1 Wrench 2 GFI's 1 Black Electrical Tape Roll 1 Crescent Wrench 3 Cable Terminals - red, blue, yellow Each image is 300
This glitter technology clip art is awesome for your classroom as decorations to posters, task cards, covers etc. Or it's also great for sellers in their teaching resources for sale. Included are: four Iphones four head phones four Ipod
An excellent culminating activity for your electricity unit! Challenge your students to apply logic and their understanding of current and voltage through series and parallel circuits. Circuits become slightly more challenging as they progress.
Learn ladder logic and how to program PLCs (Programmable Logic Controllers). PLC Simulator is a computer program that turns your PC into a PLC and has the look and feel of the most popular Allen-Bradley RSLogix® instructions. It includes a Book of
Electrical Engineering Calculator VOLTA-2014P for Windows™ 7/8 USER MANUAL Electrical Engineering Calculator VOLTA-2014P is a productivity application software package. Target auditorium includes high-school, college and university students,
A massive set of diagrams which represent complex numbers as vectors on the complex plane. Diagrams with circle to give an aid to magnitude are included.
I was waiting to take sunrise pictures and noticed these lamps. They have never really looked scary to me. They are beautiful and rather ornate by day, that is for sure! At night, with spider webs, silence, and a storm coming in - they look
For programming the microcontrollers, for example, PIC16F887, we need an IDE called as MPLAB. The microcontrollers had to programmed using Hi-Tech C programming in MPLAB. This is 15 step tutorial to help the beginners in using the MPLAB IDE.
This worksheet contains 13 questions to test the students' knowledge on PIC16F887's SFRs. The list of SFRs concentrated on this worksheet are ANSEL, ANSELH, PORTA..E, and TMR0. This material helps the students in understanding the basics of SFRs in
This is a powerpoint presentation dealing with the topic of static electricity. It has notes as well as practice problems in the powerpoint.
This lesson has everything you need to address multiple standards and 1 week worth of material! The lesson includes a text summary, analysis, essay questions, multiple choice test, AND ANSWER KEY! all in an editable Microsoft Word Document for your
The first antennas were built in 1888 by German physicist Heinrich Hertz in his pioneering experiments to prove the existence of electromagnetic waves predicted by the theory of James Clerk Maxwell. Hertz placed dipole antennas at the focal point