A DC Electric Panel Remote Lab

Juarez Bento da Silva, José Pedro Schardosim Simão, Marta Adriana da Silva Cristiano, Priscila Cadorin Nicolete, Carine Heck, Karine dos Santos Coelho


The remote experimentation labs provide students an opportunity to conduct scientific experiments at any time and on any device connected to the Internet. To this end, each experiment must be designed to meet these characteristics and educational needs. In this paper it will be described the implementation of the "DC Electrical Panel", addressing its main features such as modules, architecture, modeling, and other technical aspects that allow the remote access. Currently the Remote Experimentation Laboratory (RExLab) has eight (8) labs in the areas of physics and biology, in the three levels of education; Elementary School, Secondary School and Higher Education.


e-learning; physics; remote labs; STEM

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International Journal of Online and Biomedical Engineering (iJOE).ISSN: 1861-2121
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