PEM reversible fuel cell

LD 6674044
PEM reversible fuel cell
  4  PEM reversible fuel cell

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Description

Works as fuel cell or electrolyser. Using proton conducting polymer membrane (proton exchange membrane, PEM) as electrolyte, no acid or base required. The supplied hydrogen and oxygen (e.g. from air) react to form water, producing electrical energy. Generates hydrogen and oxygen from water when electric energy is supplied. The electrical energy required for electrolysis can be provided using a solar cell, a power supply unit or measuring unit S. Part of the fuel cell workstation (667 4048), the Advanced science kit - Set EN 2 (588 837S) and Science Lab Energy EG3 (207 123S).

Technical data

  • Dimensions: 54 mm x 54 mm x 17 mm
  • Weight: 70 g
  • Banana sockets: Ø 2mm

Fuel cell function

  • Open-circuit voltage: 0.9 V
  • Max. current: 0.36 A
  • Max. power: 0.21 W

Electrolyser function:

  • Supply voltage: 1.8 ... 3 V
  • Max. current: 0.7 A
  • Amount of gas produced: 7 ml/min of H2, 3.5 ml/min of O2

Scope of delivery

Also included: tubing, tube connectors, syringe.

Additionally required

1 521487 * AC/DC power supply PRO 0...12 V/3 A LD
1 521491  4  * AC/DC power supply 0...12 V/3 A LD
1 578623  8  * Solar module, 2 V/0.2 A LD
1 6674041  8  * Measuring unit S LD

Articles marked with * are alternative.

Related Documents

PDF (Instruction Sheet) PDF (Instruction Sheet) [667 4044] PEM reversible fuel cell
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CS4.3.2.1 Examining an electrolysis unit
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CS4.3.2.2 Faraday's 1st law of electrolysis
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CS4.3.2.3 Faraday's 2nd law of electrolysis
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CS4.3.2.4 Determining an electrolysis unit's Faraday efficiency
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CS4.3.3.1 Using a fuel cell
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CS4.3.3.2 Examining a fuel cell
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CS4.3.3.3 Hydrogen consumption of a fuel cell
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CS4.3.3.4 Recording a fuel cell's characteristic curves
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CS4.3.3.5 Determining a fuel cell's efficiencies
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CS4.3.3.6 Series and parallel connections of two fuel cells
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CS4.3.4.1 Combination of solar module, electrolysis unit and fuel cell
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CS4.3.4.2 Total efficiency of a system with electrolysis unit and fuel cell
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CS4.3.2.1 Examining an electrolysis unit
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CS4.3.2.2 Faraday's 1st law of electrolysis
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CS4.3.2.3 Faraday's 2nd law of electrolysis
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CS4.3.2.4 Determining an electrolysis unit's Faraday efficiency
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CS4.3.3.1 Using a fuel cell
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CS4.3.3.2 Examining a fuel cell
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CS4.3.3.3 Hydrogen consumption of a fuel cell
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CS4.3.3.4 Recording a fuel cell's characteristic curves
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CS4.3.3.5 Determining a fuel cell's efficiencies
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CS4.3.3.6 Series and parallel connections of two fuel cells
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CS4.3.4.1 Combination of solar module, electrolysis unit and fuel cell
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CS4.3.4.2 Total efficiency of a system with electrolysis unit and fuel cell
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