School Science Lab Mechanics



Exp-1 Measurement of Acceleration due to Gravity.
Exp-2 Measuring Height of a Person.
Exp-3 Measuring acceleration on sloping terrain.
Exp-4 Measuring angle of a sloping terrain.
Exp-5 Effect of gravity during Projectile Motion.
Exp-6 As a Stopwatch.
Exp-7 Plotting height vs. time graph under free fall.
Science, Class IX, Chapter-10, Gravitation.
Physics, Class XI, Part-1, Chapter-3, Motion in straight line.

  • No setup time.
  • Very accurate and economical ball.
  • Very easy to use to measure value of 'g'.
  • Inbuilt two axis impact detection mechanism.
  • Start/Stop/Mode switch (Act as Start, Stop function in stopwatch & to display time and height under free fall after impact in mode function).
  • Auto Shutdown after 30 sec.
  • Fun experiments.

The Timing ball is a unique device that records time from moment of release of ball to the moment of impact (on ground or object). It can be used to conduct a number of experiments involving acceleration due to gravity (g).

Calculation of Momentum
Calculate the velocity of the ball upon impact, using v = g*t where t is the time in seconds after it is dropped and g is acceleration due to gravity.
Calculate the momentum p of the ball upon impact, using p = m*v, where m refers to the mass of the ball.

Value of 'g' may be calculated using equation:
S= ½ gt²,
where S is distance in meter and t time taken in seconds.

Scope of Supply:

Cat No. Item Name Qty.
SV684 Timing Ball 1
  Instruction manual 1

Mechanics Experiments