BME 154 Lab 2 Prelab

BME 154 Lab 2 Prelab - Nigel Chou BME 154 Lab 2 Prelab 1 G...

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Nigel Chou BME 154 Lab 2 Prelab 1. 1 4 . 49 + = G R G Ω 499 1 100 4 . 49 1 4 . 49 = - = - = G R G when G = 100 2. increase in V V b 74001 5 5 10 37000 37001 37001 = - + = decreasein V V b 74001 5 5 10 37000 37001 37000 - = - + = overall sensitivity = C μV/ 1 . 135 74001 10 ) 74001 5 ( 74001 5 ° = = - - 3. Some reasons are: a. Much higher power output b. Higher current (I=V/R, with higher V→ higher I) will result in heating of the sensor which will affect temperature measurements
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