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Science kit

The photovoltaic experiment set from the non-profit organization Solar für Kinder Bildung gGmbH (SfKB), newly developed with the expertise of physics teachers and successfully presented at the German Physical Society, clearly shows students how photovoltaics works.


1. Optimal angle of inclination between module and light source

2. Series and parallel connection of photovoltaic modules

3. Maximum power point of a photovoltaic module

4. Quality and efficiency of a photovoltaic module

Experiment 1 is basically suitable for all grades and can also be used in subjects such as geography or ethics. Experiments 2, 3 and 4 are intended for challenging physics experiments in grades 8 to 10.

The extra-large photovoltaic modules, the ease of use and the solid construction provide safety when experimenting, especially in lower grades.

The experiment set is produced by the Bruck workshop for people with disabilities in Fürstenfeldbruck of the Caritas Association of the Archdiocese of Munich and Freising eV.

When selecting materials and components, particular emphasis was placed on usability, recyclability and repairability in addition to their ease of use.

The experiment set includes detailed instructions for conducting the experiments as well as additional worksheets. These documents can also be found online in our teaching materials library.

The solar set was registered as a utility model with the German Patent and Trademark Office under the number 20 2022 106 397.

Science kit

VAT Included
  • The complete set is suitable for 16 students. It consists of 8 experiment stations, where two students can work at the same time. Each experiment is available twice.

    For detailed material content please refer to the product website.

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