Experiment-03 - Experiment 3: Voltage Dividers and Thvenins...

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Experiment 3: Voltage Dividers and Thévenin’s Theorem E x p e r i m e n t 3 Voltage Dividers and Thévenin’s Theorem Objectives: In this experiment you will learn how to: Determine analytically the effects of a load on the voltage relationships in a resistive voltage- divider circuit. Design a voltage divider which will meet specified voltage and current requirements. Investigate the operation of real voltage and current sources, and calculate and measure the Thévenin voltage and resistance of a circuit.
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Experiment 3: Voltage Dividers and Thévenin’s Theorem A. Voltage Divider Circuits Circuit Diagram Procedure Connect the circuit of Fig. A.1. Maintain a constant voltage of 10V at the input. With zero load current, (i.e. rheostat open), measure the bleeder current I 1 (in mA) and record in Table A.1. Measure also and record the voltages V B to ground, and V A to ground. Connect the rheostat in the circuit and adjust it to draw 2 mA of load current
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This note was uploaded on 02/07/2011 for the course EECE 312L taught by Professor Ghassandeeb during the Fall '07 term at American University of Beirut.

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Experiment-03 - Experiment 3: Voltage Dividers and Thvenins...

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