Lab 3 - Guide - EE43/EE100 LAB #3 Equivalent Circuits Guide...

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EE43/EE100 — LAB #3 Equivalent Circuits Guide Important Notes Please make sure the current limit is set higher than the current required by the circuit but lower than 2 amps. This is to insure that you provide your circuit with enough power without damaging the equipment. Always use measuring devices (DMM) to take your measurements. Do not depend on the power supply to report accurate voltage and current values. In this lab, you will use 200 , 1k , 1.2k , and 2.0k resistors. For this lab, you can use resistor values that are within 10% of your theoretical value. If you require the use of other valued resistors, then your theoretical calculations are incorrect. These circuits are complicated. Good breadboard practices will be key in completing this lab. Equivalent Resistor Networks 1. Build the circuit shown in Figure 1. Please use the breadboard to build this circuit. Assuming a maximum of 10 volts, what is the maximum amount of current supplied by the power supply? 2. From your prelab, you calculated the theoretical resistance across A and B . Disconnect the circuit from the power supply and use the DMM to measure the actual resistance across
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This note was uploaded on 01/25/2011 for the course EE 100 taught by Professor Boser during the Spring '07 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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Lab 3 - Guide - EE43/EE100 LAB #3 Equivalent Circuits Guide...

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