Newton DIY Kit: Wheatstone Bridge
If you are a class 12 science student looking to make your perfect 'physics investigatory project', well you are at the right place!
Using this DIY (do-it-yourself) kit, you can make your physics project in just '30 minutes'. 20,000+ students across 200 cities have already used our kits to get full marks in practicals. Not only do you finish your project in time, you can write your project report, understand the basic underlying concepts and have confidence to face Viva questions.
Each kit comes packaged with the following:
- Components and Tools Box (a digital multimeter is included as well!)
- Step by step building instructions for quick assembly (digital)
- Learning Videos to help you get started (digital)
- Theory Manual to help you write a great quality project report (paperback)
This project pack contains the following project:
A Wheatstone bridge is a simple four-arm arrangement of four resistors and used to accurately calculate the value of an unknown resistance. In this project, you will verify the Wheatstone bridge principle and experimentally calculate the value of the unknown resistor using a potentiometer.
The advantage of using Wheatstone bridge is that you are able to safely avoid the internal resistances of measuring devices like, multimeter or galvanometer in the mathematical calculations that eventually help us to achieve more accuracy.
We have to exchange it once as some wrong part was sent to us in the box.