Lab 5 Op Amp 2(2)

Lab 5 Op Amp 2(2) - 2/15/11 Roman Ferro Operational...

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2/15/11 Roman Ferro Operational Amplifiers (II) Purpose: To observe the characteristics of some diverse linear and non-linear circuits which utilize operational amplifiers. Requirements: Diagrams: Procedure: The Integrator 1. Build the integrator circuit of figure 4 with the
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DC couple the scope, and connect it to the output. Use the bench function generator to supply a 10 , 500 Hz, square ware for the input signal. 2. Since you won’t be using the op amp’s offset null, you need to use the function generator’s dc offset control to null out any dc component in the output. Now, switch to ac coupling. If the output waveform is distorted (clipped), you will have to adjust the input and output waveforms below. Be sure to preserve their relative phase. Integrator Wave Output The Low-Pass Filter 1. Using the same circuit of figure 4, change to 10 kΩ. Apply a 1 volt rms sinewave to the input. Measure the voltage and frequency of the input signal for accuracy with the multimeter and frequency counter, respectively. Low-pass Filter Wave Output
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