• Nvis Technology
  • Nvis Technology
  • Nvis Technology
  • Nvis Technology
  • Nvis Technology
  • Nvis Technology
  • Nvis Technology
  • Nvis Technology
Nvis Technology

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Phone: +91 73899 00887 , +91 98932 70303


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    Ballistic Galvanometer Setup

    Nvis 6107

    Product Description

    Nvis 6107 Ballistic Galvanometer Setup illustrates fundamental information about electromagnetic induction. It concerns �how electric field affects magnetic field and also reveals the mechanism of current sensing devices�.

    Ballistic Galvanometer Setup enables not only the detection of weak electric field but also measures it very precisely. Ballistic power supply is included with setup, in which we can generate very weak ambient electric field and can reveal this effect to the Ballistic Galvanometer as a detected deflection of coil. Lamp and scale arrangement is included for measurement of deflection.

    Nvis 6107, Ballistic Galvanometer Setup is an ideal platform to enhance education, training, skills & development amongs our young minds.

    Product Features

    • Power Supply for Ballistic Galvanometer
    • Moving Coil with large Moment of Inertia
    • Flexible Phosphor-Bronze Ribbon Suspension
    • Highly Sensitive Coil
    • Lamp and Scale Arrangement with Adjustable Stand
    • Deflection Measurement Scale
    • Online product tutorial
    Scope of Learning
    • Determination of Ballistic constant by steady deflection method
    • >Determination of Charge sensitivity of Ballistic Galvanometer using capacitors
    • Comparing capacitance of two condensers using Ballistic Galvanometer
    • Study the logarithmic decrement for a Ballistic Galvanometer