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Rapid Moisture Tester Project Kit (Class Pack of 20 Sets)

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13-0102

 
Brand: Rapid  MPN: 13-0102 
  • Country of Origin: China
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A classpack of 20 kits of components to build a functional Moisture Tester that can tell if pot plants require water. The classpack contains all the electronic components required, including ready-made PCBs, in a Gratnell's Tray with lid. It offers a substantial saving compared to parts bought separately.

Students will love this Moisture Tester Project, which is linked to the National Curriculum, as it is simple to assemble and is ideal as an introduction to electronics.


  • Dimensions of the box: 43cm x 31cm x 7cm
  • Great school resource
  • Each kit requires 1x PP3 battery (not included)
  • Suitable for Key Stages 2 & 3 (ages 7 to 14)
  • Supplied as a pack

Teachers notes are available to download here.

Classpack contains:
4 x Moisture tester kit (pack 5)70-0030
4 x Moisture tester kit PCBs (pack 5) 70-0040
1 x Shallow Tray14-0430
1 x Tray lid14-0436

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04 March 2019 Question by: Mat Button | Product code: 13-0102
Q. Hi, I've had a go at making the moisture tester, first using copper track on a backing sheet and then using stripboard. I didn't have any of the 1k2 resistors, so ordered some from yourselves as spares, but the circuit seems to work fine without it. Any thoughts? This is rteally just to cover myself if any of the students figure this out!!!
A. Hi Mat, thank you for your question. You may find the probes are more sensitive to moisture making the indicator work before the soil is fully dry. The full data sheet can be found here.

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