# 271-1 - HACETTEPE UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL &amp;...

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HACETTEPE UNIVERSITY ELE 271 MEASUREMENT LABORATORY 2002-2003 FALL RULES I. There will be 7 experiments and 6 quizzes in the laboratory program. Each quizzes will be performed at the beginning of experiment for each group. II. Everyone should attend the lab. on allocated hours. III. If one does not attend more than one experiment he/she will take the grade F1. IV. Please read the experimental sheets before the experiments and try to solve the problems in the preliminary work section and submit the preliminary work on the day you perform the experiment. Grading will be as follows : Preliminary work : 7 % Experimental Report : 7 % Quiz : 42% Final examination : 44% Mehmet Ersan KAYKUSUZ Kurtuluş Erinç AKDOĞAN Gökçen CİVAN 1

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HACETTEPE UNIVERSITY ELE 271 MEASUREMENT LABORATORY EXPERIMENT #1 MEASUREMENT OF VOLTAGE, CURRENT AND RESISTANCE Object : Measurement of current, voltage and resistance quantities by use of an AVO meter and the experimental verification of Kirchoff's current and voltage laws. 1. INTRODUCTION : 1.1 AVO meter : AVO meter is an instrument for measuring the values of current, voltage and resistance. In case of appropriate ranges and modes of operation are selected, it is possible to reach a correct measurement. Otherwise either the meter could be damaged or the measurement is incorrect. The symbolic representation of the AVO meter is shown in Fig 1. The output terminals are denoted by the signs (+) and (-).
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## This note was uploaded on 05/25/2011 for the course ELECTRONIC 271 taught by Professor Ugurbaysal during the Spring '11 term at Hacettepe Üniversitesi.

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271-1 - HACETTEPE UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL &amp;...

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