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Item 175074
Model UTG0064

UGears - STEM LAB Counter

$19.99

The UGears STEM LAB Counter is an educational model and interactive study guide for understanding how a Counter, which registers repetitive actions, works. An integral part of an Odometer, the...

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The UGears STEM LAB Counter is an educational model and interactive study guide for understanding how a Counter, which registers repetitive actions, works. An integral part of an Odometer, the Counter has three cylinder gears with numbers from 0 to 9 and a Geneva Drive. This combination allows you to see an interesting mechanical feature: when the reciprocating motion of the Click-Button using the Geneva Drive mechanism turns into the rotary motion of the Cylinder Gears with numbers.

The Counter provides two options of data registering: Click-Button on the roof of its body and a Turn Handle on its side. Pressing the Click-Button or turning the Handle makes the Counter shift by one place. When the count passes 9, the Geneva Drive catches the next register cylinder and adds it to the count. Altogether, the three-digit display of the Counter can register values from 1 to 999. You can open the front panel of the counter and reset it manually.

Counters are used to count the number of passengers, visitors of different events, cars passing through certain check point, sets and scores in sport, items on a production line, and more. Try counting steps on your way home, how many people you meet on a stroll through the park, or the number of blue cars passing by your house during one hour. Count stairs at home, at school or at a friend’s house.


  •          Great STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics) project
  •         Number of Parts: 157
  •          Assembly Time: 2 hours
  •          No need for tools or glue
  •          Recommended age: 8+

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