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engr111lab04 - 10 seconds? If not, what are possible...

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ENGR 111B: Foundations of Electrical & Computer Engineering Lab 4: RC Timing Team Members: _Andrew Zeller______ _Paul Boriack_______ Section Number: __818_____ Team Number: ___7______ This Lab is due by the Beginning of the Next Lab Session. Written By: Dr. Hank Walker Lorne Liechty
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RESULTS: to be uploaded onto elearning.tamu.edu 1. Reference voltages for time delays Battery Voltage (V) 6.65 0.63 * Battery Voltage (V) 4.1895 0.63 Voltage Time Delay (s) 13.56 0.39 * Battery Voltage (V) 2.59 0.39 Voltage Time Delay (s) 2.63 Theoretical voltage for 15 s delay (V) 5.166 Actual voltage for 15 s delay (V) 4.65 Table R1 2. Timing to 4.5V Including Tolerances 20% Cap Tolerance 10% Cap Tolerance Min Max Min Max 95 kΩ 7.224 ~ 9.113 8.02 ~ 9.893 100 kΩ 7.55 ~ 11.342 8.5009 ~ 10.390 105 kΩ 7.952 ~ 11.992 8.949 ~ 10.943 Table R2 REPORT: to be uploaded onto elearning.tamu.edu REPORT REQUIRMENTS Answer the following questions: - When you set the reference to 0.63 times the supply voltage, was the time delay close to
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Unformatted text preview: 10 seconds? If not, what are possible explanations for the error? o No the time delay was not around 10 seconds. The errors include anywhere from measuring error to human error. -Did your measurements fall in the ranges in Table R2? o No overall the measurements fell into the ranges of R2.-Explain any error between theoretical and actual resistance in the 15 second delay in Table R1. o The main error is that the results are based off of previous results which could have not been exact which would change the time delay.-Was there any difference in time delays for go and spin compared to spin and go? If so, what are possible explanations? o There were some differences, for instance the time delay difference is from errors of measuring and errors in the robot itself....
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This note was uploaded on 02/26/2011 for the course ENGR 1111 taught by Professor Multiple during the Spring '11 term at Texas A&M.

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