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Solar Power Case
Order-№: 75636  
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The solar power case follows the generator bike and constitutes the second stage of the overall didactic concept from Christiani in the field of renewable energy. Instead of using muscles, the power for the solar power case comes from the sun.

With the solar power case, students can generate their own solar electricity by means of a solar module, and save this in the battery or use it in various circuits via the additional components. This is an entertaining way of delivering and augmenting substantiated knowledge about solar electricity generation and the components and technology of an off-grid solar power system.

The fast and simple way to understand photovoltaics

The experiments make it possible through application and experience-oriented learning to understand the relationship between the sun as the source of energy and the conversion and subsequent use of this on the basis of photovoltaics.

The way the solar power case has been designed as a modular system is a straightforward and entertaining introduction to electrical and solar engineering. Topping up a battery using the charging regulator, the installation of a motion sensor as well as the initial measurements of voltage and current provide the initial successes to be enjoyed besides building simple electrical circuits.

The solar power case can be used by the teacher to present the theoretical and practical sides of the technology and also by students, individually and in groups, to learn the basics of photovoltaic applications independently.

A school can plan its own projects using the solar power case and present these as models for the decision-making processes, for example as illumination for a solar-powered display case or for lighting for the equipment room which is independent of the mains, etc. Besides direct use in the classroom, the solar power case can also be used to inform parents, other pupils and visitors at open days and project weeks of the possibilities for using photovoltaics.

The solar power case consists of a sturdy, practical case (in which all the components can be securely stored), a solar module for electricity generation, modules and wires for making up different solar electricity applications, and further accessories. A detailed description of the components can be found under “Scope of supply”.

  • The electric circuit: Understand the system with an energy source, cables and consumer modules
  • The energy accumulator: The link between the charging circuit and the consumer circuit
  • The solar power system: Understand the individual functions and roles of the components
  • Energy efficiency: Investigate ways of optimising the components in an electric circuit
  • The project: Design, build and test an entire solar-powered off-grid system
  • The experience: Operate an alarm system using solar power (design, construct and test)
  • The transfer: Planning other projects for solar power at the school

  • All general education schools, from approx. age 9 (primary, middle and secondary schools of all kinds)
  • Vocational colleges
  • Company and industry training centres (training and further education)
  • Unions and associations
  Order-Nr.  Name
 Solar Power Case - Advanced set   76704  Solar Power Case - Advanced set 

Fathi Jamal
Maiken Kayser
Nadja Parcsami
Sheng Wang