OCE 206 Ocean Instrumentation
Lab 9: Op Amps II
Arielle De Souza
Author: Arielle De Souza
Lab Partner : Scott Hara, Dan Tessar
Professor: Dr. Robert Tyce
5/10/2013
Subject for the laboratory
An op amp is a high gain operational amplifier conditioned throu
OCE 206 Ocean Instrumentation
Lab 1: DC Circuits, Capacitors, Diode Circuits
Arielle De Souza
Author: Arielle De Souza
Lab Partner: Danielle Goudreau
Professor: Dr. Robert Tyce
2/22/2013
Introduction:
Ohms law defines an important relationship between thr
Lab 2-1 RC Circuits
Capacitors are two-terminal electrical elements. With capacitors, you can calculate the
RC time constant, . The t in the time constant refers to the time it takes for a capacito to go from
0%-63% voltage or drop 100%-37% voltage.
Exper
OCE 206: Digital Logic Study Guide
1
Binary, Hexadecimal, and Octal Numbers
Know how to convert between the three, and count in each.
2
Logic Gates
Figure 1: 2-input logic gate symbols.
AB
00
01
10
11
AND
0
0
0
1
NAND
1
1
1
0
OR
0
1
1
1
NOR
1
0
0
0
Table
OCE 206: Quiz 1 Review Session
February 18, 2013
Ohms Laws: V (voltage, in volts), I (current, in amperes), R (resistance, in ohms), P (power, in Watts)
V = IR
P = IV
P = I2 R
P=
V2
R
Thevenin equivalent circuit: simplies a circuit to 1 voltage sour
Review for Quiz 2
1
Intro to Transistors (Lab 4.1)
Transistor: diode-based current amplier
A transistor behaves like a pair of back to back diodes (you should be able to draw this!)
Know the three parts of a transistor (base (B), collector (C), emitter