Exp_2_AC_DC_Oscilloscope_06 - Direct and Alternating...

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Direct and Alternating Voltages, the Oscilloscope Required Equipment 1. A Philips PM3335 Analog/Digital Oscilloscope 2. Function Generator 3. DC Power Supply 4. Potentiometer 5. Various resistors Introduction The aim of this lab is to familiarize you with the 60Mhz oscilloscopes that you will use throughout the course. The oscilloscopes are equipped with both analog and digital functions, which we will investigate in turn. Analog Oscilloscope 1. Begin by connecting the function generator to both y inputs (A and B) of the scope. Get traces on the screen for both y inputs. You will find the auto set helpful. Learn to control the signal from the function generator. 2. Understand the functions of the controls y pos, y var, xpos, xvar and gnd . Also the functions add, invert, invert and add . 3. Use the top three rocker switches. What is the maximum voltage scale? What is the maximum voltage that the scope can read? What is the minimum voltage scale? What are maximum and minimum time base scales? How does the fastest time scale correlate with the label on the scope that marks it as a 60 MHz scope? 4.
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