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Department of Computer and Electronics Engineering Technology CEET 1140 Lab 2 Title: Ohm’s Law. Objective: The student will be able to verify ohm’s law by examining the relationship of the voltage across the resistor and the current through it. The student will also be able to plot the i-v curve for a resistor and compute the resistance from it. Equipment: Power Supply Clip Lead Digital Multimeter (2) Proto Board Parts: 1 100 Resistor, 5% tolerance (wattage determined below) 1 330 Resistor, 5% tolerance (wattage determined below) Preparation: Write the title and a short description of this lab in your lab book. Make sure the page is numbered and make an entry in the table of contents for this lab. For each resistor, above, calculate the current flow and the and power dissipation you would expect if the voltage across the resistor is 5v (the highest voltage we will use in this lab). Remember to include your formulae and to put these data in a table.
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  • Spring '14
  • DaleC.Lake
  • Volt, Resistor

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