Stark Solar Motor Toy Magnetic Suspension Fan Blade Creative Decoration Science Gift

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 Magnetic Suspension Fan Blade Solar Motor Toy Creative Decoration Science Gift

  • EASY OPERATION ----No Manual at all. Set the rotor to the board, Levitating success on the model, set the model 45degree direction under the light resource. Give the rotor a gently push, it will run smooth.See play video :
  • HIGH-TECH ORNAMENT THAT COMBINES THE MAGNETIC AND ELECTRIC FIELD ----The Mendocino Motor is a magnetically levitated, solar powered electric motor. The motor consists of a spinning shaft that is held up by repelling magnets, stabilized by resting a point against a wall. It is powered by solar panels mounted on the spinning shaft, which generate currents through coils of insulated wire, and rotation.
  • ENTERTAINING---- The motor rotor can rotate under weak light source. If the light stronger, the rotor rotating speed will be faster. The solar panels which equipped on the rotor convert sunlight to power and drive the model run freely.
  • PRIORITY GIFT OPTION FOR MANY APPLICATIONS----It is an amazing and fantastic product at this price. Its elegant gift package makes it spruce up and presentable. It has a wide range of application as, great gift for Kids' science project, Physical/mechanical learning, teacher’s Demo props on the class, birthday gift for friends, families, parents, kids, etc. Many of our customers come from school, colleague, etc.
  • AMAZING CONVERSATION PIECES ON YOUR DESK ----Decorative and impressive, it's proven to be a conversation starter to impress your visitors. It’s a cool piece of art even just stands on your desk.
  • HOW DOES Mendocino MOTOR WORKS?---It turns out that the Mendocino motor is a magnetic levitation motor powered by solar energy. It was first invented by American inventor Larry Spring in 1992, and it is named after the place where it was invented in Mendocino County, California, USA. A Mendocino motor consists of a rotor and a base (stator). Using the repulsive force generated between six groups of annular permanent NdFeB magnets, the rotor is held up and suspended in the air. On the basis of maintaining the suspension, the sun is used to illuminate the solar panel to generate an electric current, and then the energized coil generates an ampere force in the magnetic field to drive the rotor to rotate. During the rotation of the rotor, it is roughly considered that only the solar panel facing the sunlight is in an output state, so that a current appears in a corresponding coil. The rotation makes the area of ​​the solar panel irradiated by the sun constantly change, and the number of turns of the coil that generates the current also changes constantly. However, through the design of the structure, it can be ensured that the coil with current passing through the coil has a fixed current winding direction, and the position of the coil relative to the magnetic field is also fixed. The ingenious combination of the fixed position of the light source and the connection of the internal circuit plays a role in the commutation of the carbon brush.

It's funny to see people's looks and reactions when their squeeze a little shot for this Mendocino Motor model. 
Set the rotor to the board, give it a little light, and then it works like charm. 
All of you guests want to know what happen, ice break success. What a marvelous toy! 

To be admired and to be talked more from your friends if you have this magic stuff. 
This model designed reasonable and compact. You can bring it home, school office with convenient in your bag. 

Size: 130*76*75MM

Play steps
1. Bring the model near the window or near a suitable light resource. Don’t put the model on steel desk, it will affect the performance. (set the model 45degree direction under the light resource.) 
2. Set the rotor to the board, levitating success on the model
3. Give the rotor a gently push, it will run smooth. 
4. The magnet is fragile, please avoid the Magnetic suction to each other and damage. 

Obviously, this solar model is highly related to sunlight. The solar panels which equipped on the model convert sunlight to power and drive the model run freely. According to sunlight characteristic, the power from the sunlight is always changing because of sun angle and intensity of the sun's rays. You can’t expect this solar model rotor run in a constant speed smooth. It’s not an electrified product which can set constant speed, and no rotor shake.
In the powerful noon time, the model rotor will run freely, speedily, and stably. Oppositely, it performs a little bad in the morning or late afternoon, because of no enough power from the sun. It may act out no stable, a little shake, run slowly. It may even drop from the shelf board too. This is a normal phenomenon instead of product “defective”, it’s decided by sunlight changing.


Customer Reviews

Based on 37 reviews
John Goerzen
Works Great!

This is a very cute device. It works extremely well and demonstrates solar energy and magnetism. Again, it works extremely well. I have mine on the window sill and I enjoy watching it every day!

Carl Lorenzo
Great teaching tool for kids

This device demonstrates how super magnets can levitate an object and also how solar energy can be used to make mechanical energy. Great fun to watch!

Jordan heath
Pretty neat

It’s a fun little toy. Kids liked it

Excellent technology demonstrator

Well-designed and very well-made model. An excellent demonstrator of magnetic levitation and solar panels driving an electric motor. Teenager comments "very cool".

Mark Mills
very cool

Awesome that it works , did a test run for 2 hrs works perfectly