Lab2 Bench and instrument familiarization

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2 B ENCH AND INSTRUMENT FAMILIARIZATION 2.1 O BJECTIVES 1. To become familiar with the lab bench and instruments 2. To be aware of laboratory safety regulations 3. To understand the learning method for laboratory exercises 4. To become familiar with the ABE425 lab report standard. 5. To understand the principle behind the Root Mean Square measurement 6. To understand the functionality of a modern digital oscilloscope 2.2 I NTRODUCTION In instrumentation, it is important to understand the basic functionality of the lab equipment in order to perform tests. Each piece of equipment has unique electrical properties, and therefore the student must be intimately familiar with their workings by reading the manuals and understanding the limitations as outlined in the specifications. 2.3 E QUIPMENT 1. Power supply 2. Bench top Digital Multimeter (DMM) 3. True RMS meter (FLUKE 87) 4. Hand held DMM 5. Function generator 6. Oscilloscope Read the operation manual of the following equipment, learn how to operate them, and take notes as needed (you will use the following equipment many times during this course and questions may asked on the proper ways of using the equipment in quizzes and/or exams): Power supply: It supplies a fixed +5 volt output and 2 variable outputs that can be adjusted from
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This note was uploaded on 11/30/2010 for the course ABE ABE taught by Professor Tonygrift during the Spring '10 term at University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign.

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