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physics lab 6 - Voltage Measurement (3) Set multimeter in...

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Title: Experimental investigations of Ohm,s law and their applications For this experiment, marks will be distributed as follows For viva, we will ask you to make connection of digital multimeter in a circuit and show how to measure (i) Current (Unit is amp.) (ii) Voltage (Unit is volt.) (iii) Resistance (Unit is Ohm (Ω)). Name Picture Symbol Multimeter Resistor Battery Switch 20% in Viva 80% in Report 100% = + A V or

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For viva, you have to follow as shown below: A B C D E F G H Current Measurement (1) Set multimeter in appropriate current (Amp.) range. (2) Make series connection in a circuit to measure current as shown in Fig. (This is an arbitrary circuit)

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Unformatted text preview: Voltage Measurement (3) Set multimeter in appropriate Voltage range. (4) Make parallel connection in a circuit to measure voltage as shown in Fig. (This is an arbitrary circuit) Or Multimeter can be connected between: A and B or, E and F or, G and H Above circuits are examples of your viva, I will ask you to connect and show me. Please note that I will demonstrate these during our lab session. For report, you have to follow as shown below: Part-A: Follow lab manual. Ohm () Measurement (1) Set multimeter in appropriate Ohm () range. (2) Make connection to measure Ohm () as shown in Fig. (This is an arbitrary circuit) Part-B: (Thermistor) Variable resistor...
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This note was uploaded on 02/26/2011 for the course PHYS 205 taught by Professor Marko during the Spring '11 term at York University.

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