Make stuff float, with the magnetic levitation kit

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Make stuff float, with the magnetic levitation kit

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This looks like a pretty fun kit – “This simple electronic kit uses magnetic levitation to suspend small objects up to about 1/2 ounce (15 Grams) or so in mid air. The air gap is about 3/8″. The electromagnet dynamically controls the position of the suspended rare earth magnet(s) attached to the levitated object. Feedback is provided by a linear Hall Effect sensor mounted under the electromagnet. Suspended objects are absolutely stable after settling.” Link.

2 thoughts on “Make stuff float, with the magnetic levitation kit

  1. hyildiz1988 says:

    I have this and also from http://zeltom.com/emls.aspx
    The kit from http://zeltom.com/emls.aspx is much better.

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