ME 140L - Lab 5 - LAB 5 BASIC APPLICATIONS USING OPAMPS 1...

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LAB 5 BASIC APPLICATIONS USING OPAMPS 1. OBJECTIVES s Learn how to build and test basic applications using operational amplifiers. 2. LIST OF COMPONENTS AND EQUIPMENT REQUIRED List of Components s Operational Amplifier: LM741CN (1) s Capacitors: 10 nF (1) s Resistors: 2 k Ω (red black red gold) (2), 1 k Ω (brown black red gold (1), 1 M Ω (brown black green gold) (5) 4.7 k Ω (yellow purple red) (2), 49.9 k Ω (yellow white white) (2), s Thermistor LM35DZ s Hookup wire AWG # 22. Equipment required s Signal generator. s Multimeter. s Breadboard. s Oscilloscope. s NI ELVIS.
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3. HANDS ON. 3.1 LOW PASS FILTER Remember to set your Function Generator to “High Z” . Build the circuit shown in figure 1 and answer the questions in the lab report. Use a sinusoidal signal 2 Volts peak to peak . Do not tear down this circuit when you are finished! You will use this circuit in part 3.2. FIGURE 1 LOW PASS FILTER 3.2 NOISY SIGNAL Built in Ground on Elvis Station Built in Ground on Elvis Station
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1. Connect the function generator directly to the oscilloscope. Here you will
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This note was uploaded on 09/18/2011 for the course ME 140L taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '09 term at University of Texas.

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ME 140L - Lab 5 - LAB 5 BASIC APPLICATIONS USING OPAMPS 1...

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