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Unformatted text preview: ExCiTe Engineering Technology Assignment #6 Ammeter, Power, Equivalent Resistance • Show ALL OF YOUR WORK and attach your simulation outputs to your submission • Follow the homework format described in the syllabus • You may NOT use the POWER MARKERS in PSPICE for this assignment Individual Assignment (problems 1 through 4) 1) Perform a DC (bias-point) analysis on the circuit shown in Figure 1 using Orcad Lite and determine the conventional current flowing into R1 (I R1 ) by: (a) Using the bias current display “I.” (b) Using the bias voltage display to find V R1 and Ohm’s Law to calculate I R1 . (c) Placing a 1-ohm sense resistor in series with R1 (see Figure 2), measuring the voltage across it and using Ohm’s law. R1 560 D1 D1N4002 IR1 VR1- + V1 5V Figure 1 – Circuit Schematic for Problem 1 D1 D1N4002 IR1 VR1- + Rsense 1 R1 560 V1 5V Figure 2 - Circuit Schematic with Rsense ExCiTe Engineering Technology Assignment #6 Ammeter, Power, Equivalent Resistance 2) Using the results from problem 1, answer the following: (a) Is there a difference in the three current measurements (I R1a , I R1b , I R1c )?...
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This note was uploaded on 01/10/2012 for the course ENG 0618-213 taught by Professor Hurny during the Fall '07 term at RIT.
- Fall '07