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Holiday period is at your doorstep.vakantie2

During the holiday period, the website is always used for orders, but when shipments take place, the holiday period is unclear.

All our staff are also on a scouting camp and holiday. Our NON-PROFIT organization therefore asks for understanding of the possible delay.

We expect that the new JOTA-JOTI 2017 products will be shipped on orders from the middle of August.

Ordering is open now

 

 

De products for JOTA-JOTI 2017 are:

The Morse Phone

The Morse Phone 2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The construction description ARE NOW in the download section of this website

 

The badge BE MAGNETIC

BADGE 2017 FIN2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The nametape JOTA-JOTI 2017

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Every year, the Service Kring JOTA-JOTI developed a building kit for the scouts to solder themselves and then enjoy themselves with the result.

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For this year, "The Morse Phone" has been developed, as the name suggests, you can start with this kit with Morse code. The Morse Phone is a Morse-buzzer that can be used independently, but can also be linked with other Morse Phones, communicating, after all, is done in pairs! The Morse Phone is inspired by the Fuller phone. For the technicians, an article on this subject can be found elsewhere on this website. Google also gives a nice explanation of the origin and use of the Fuller phone.

The kit comes with all the components except the 9Volt battery.

 

GD5 0198 3Our secretary was recently surprised by the VERON with the issuing of a gold pin for his commitment to VERON, and SCOUTING. The VERON magazine published the following article:

 

 

 

 

 

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Here you can see who are behind the JOTA-JOTI Service Circuit.

The photo shows all members by name. Then I would like to mention which posts belong to the members:

 

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In all these experiments make use of the contacts between the blades of the Light Mill. It's easy when you attach a piece of flexible electrical wire here. Stick a piece of tape over the light sensor.

 

 

Color  the patches starts and  finish with a soft black pencil (preferably 6B). Slide the metal surfaces
paperclip on the  surfaces, connect the wires to the paper clips. Draw a path through the islands and bridges. If the path is well marked, without interruptions, the mill will run faster.

 

 

 

 

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In a pile of wire ends it is sometimes difficult to find the acompanied ends. Try it with the LightMill!

 

 

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Pak both the end of a wire of the Light Mill bite. Join hands, watching a good look at what happened!

 

 

Which materials conduct electricity? Try it with the Light Mill!

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Connect different resistances between the wires. What can you say about the speed of the mill and the value of the resistor?

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