phy 132 lab oscilloscope

# phy 132 lab oscilloscope - PHY 132 Objective The objective...

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PHY 132: Objective: The objective of this lab is to compare the effects on an Oscilloscope of using Alternate Current (A/C) and Direct Current (D/C). The differences will be viewed on the Oscilloscope as voltage vs. time. Procedure: First, measure the voltage of a D-size battery using both a DMM and an Oscilloscope comparing the differences when one is taken out of the circuit and slowing the sweep speed on the scope. Second, take the battery out of the circuit and replace it with a signal generator comparing differences in D/C and A/C currents. Third, compare

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the voltage in the circuit with and without resistors. And finally, measure the frequency of the wave by using 1 / (period). Results: Part 1: Original voltage of the D-battery: -1.601 volts After the D-battery is reversed: 1.601 volts Part 2: Sinewave: Setting the DMM to D/C: -.101 volt reading Setting the DMM to A/C: .997 volts The peak to peak voltage on A/C: 3.1 volts Triangular wave: DMM in D/C: -.033 Volts DMM in A/C: .810 Volts
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