Ohms Law Lab Report Gabriela Valdes and Karla Ximin Performed: February 4, 2019 Submitted: February 10, 2019 Objective
In this experiment we learn and verify Ohm’s Law for commercially manufactured resistors. We also examine the limits of validity for Ohm’s Law by using the behavior of resistors, a diode, and a light bulb. Ohm’s law states that the current passing through a conductor is proportional to the voltage over the resistance. The equation is V = I*R where V is the potential difference between two point which include a resistance R. Method To produce accurate measurements in this experiment we need to make sure that all the data that we recorded is done in a timely manner (like asked). We should also make sure to label all our runs to keep everything organized, readable, and understandable. Materials 1. AC/DC Electronics Laboratory 2. Short Patch Cords (set of 8) 3. 850 Universal Interface Data tables, graphs, calculation, and analysis This is the graph for analysis of Ohm’s law for a resistor
This is the graph for the analysis of Ohm’s Law for a resistor with 330 Ohm’s and 560 Ohm’s.
This is the graph for the analysis of Ohm’s Law for a light bulb. This is the analysis for the Diode curves.
- Fall '16
- Bulmuo Maakuu
- Resistor, Electrical resistance, Gabriela Valdes, Karla Ximin