PRELAB 5
OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIER:
THEORY AND APPLICATIONS
1.
OBJECTIVES
Understand basic concepts and applications using operational amplifiers.
2.
GENERAL NOTATIONS
V : Voltage (Volts)
R : Resistor (Ohms)
C : Capacitor (Farads)
3.
OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIER
3.1
PRELAB ASSIGNMENT 2
BASIC CONCEPTS AND REAL INSTRUMENTS
RESISTOR, CAPACITOR AND INDUCTOR CONSTITUTIVE RELATIONS
1. STEP RESPONSE OF A RC CIRCUIT
A series RC circuit is very useful for applications in which you need a brief pulse of current.
Construct the
PRELAB 3
RESISTOR, CAPACITOR AND INDUCTOR CONSTITUTIVE RELATIONS
FILTERS
1. OBJECTIVES
Review the constitutive laws of basic analog components such as resistors, capacitors
and inductors.
Understand how passive elements can be arranged to build different
PRELAB ASSIGNMENT 5
OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIERS
1.
COMPARATOR
Build the given circuit in Multisim. The purpose of this circuit is to show how an operational
amplifier can be connected to perform basic comparison functions. Answer the questions in your
Prelab a
NAME:_SECTION:_COMPUTER NO_
PRELAB ASSIGNMENT 1
BASIC CONCEPTS AND TEST EQUIPMENT
1. State Ohms law and apply the Ohms law to find the current and voltage across R1 and
R2 in the following circuit
2. Draw the circuit symbol for a resistor, DC power source
LAB 1 EQUIPMENT
OSCILLOSCOPE, FUNCTION GENERATOR,
DC POWER SUPPLY, AND MULTIMETER
Breadboard Basics, Ohms Law, KVL/KCL
1. INTRODUCTION
You will learn how to make measurements using the digital multimeter (DMM), use the
DC power supply to provide DC power
LAB 2
FIRST ORDER CIRCUITS
Real Instruments
Resistor, Capacitor and Inductor
1.
INTRODUCTION
First-order systems or circuits are called 1st-order because the system response is
described by one 1st-order differential equation (typically one independent en
PRELAB 2
RESISTOR, CAPACITOR AND INDUCTOR CONSTITUTIVE RELATIONS
FILTERS
1. OBJECTIVES
Review the constitutive laws of basic analog components such as resistors, capacitors
and inductors.
Understand how passive elements can be arranged to build different
PRELAB ASSIGNMENT 3
SERIES RLC CIRCUIT (STEP RESPONSE AND RESONANCE)
1. SERIES RLC STEP RESPONSE
Build the given Multisim circuit. Use a square signal amplitude 6 volts and DC offset 6 volts and
a frequency of 1kHz. The response of this circuit (voltage a
LAB 2: FIRST ORDER CIRCUITS
University of Texas at Austin
Department of Mechanical
Engineering
ME 140L
1
Lab Overview
Introduction of Lab Components
First-order circuits
Time Response
The Step Responses of RC and RL Circuits
Time Constant Measurements
Fre
LAB 3: SECOND-ORDER
CIRCUITS
University of Texas at Austin
Department of Mechanical
Engineering
ME 140L
1
Lab Overview
2
Introduction of Lab Components
Second-order Circuits
Governing equations of series / parallel RLC circuits
Characteristic formulas
S
LAB 3
SERIES RLC STEP RESPONSE
SERIES AND PARALLEL RLC FREQUENCY RESPONSES
1. OBJECTIVES
Understand basic principles that govern the step response (time) of a series RLC circuit.
Understand basic principles that govern the frequency response and variables
PRELAB ASSIGNMENT 4
DIODES AND TRANSISTORS
1.
HALF WAVE RECTIFIER
We will use the 1N914 diode, a 200K resistor for the load and an AC power supply of 20 Volts
RMS and 60 Hz. Build the given circuit in Multisim. Answer the questions in the Prelab report.
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LAB 8: SEQUENTIAL CIRCUITS
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Department of Mechanical
Engineering
ME 140 L
Key Lab Components
10uF
7-Segment Display
DIP Switch
7-Segment Decoder (7447)
555 Timer IC
http:/www.williamson-labs.com/pu-aa-555timer_slow.htm
555 Tim
LAB 4
DIODES AND TRANSISTORS
1. OBJECTIVES
Learn how to use the basic diode characteristics in real applications.
Understand the basic transistor characteristics.
Learn how to build transistor circuits.
2. LIST OF COMPONENTS AND EQUIPMENT REQUIRED
List of
LAB 9: ADC,DAC & SAMPLING
University of Texas at Austin
Department of Mechanical
Engineering
ME 140 L
1
Lab Overview
Introduction to Lab Components
LabView Simulations (TA will lead the lab) ~ 1 hr
ADC_Resolution_Quantization_Error_AutoDetect.vi
Sampling_
PRELAB 8 ASSIGNMENT
NAME: _ SECTION: _
1. FLIP FLOPS AND COUNTERS
a. When the J and K terminals of a JK Flip Flop are connected together it forms a T Flip Flop.
From the basic knowledge of how a JK Flip Flop works, draw the timing diagram of the
outputs (
LAB 7: LOGIC GATES &
COMBINATORIAL CIRCUITS
University of Texas at Austin
Department of Mechanical
Engineering
ME 140 L
1
Introduction of Lab Components
Logic Gate ICs (14 PIN DIP): AND, OR, NOT
2
Note: Pin 14 = 5V
Pin 7 = GND
Karnaugh Map and Minimum Sum
LAB 8
SEQUENTIAL CIRCUITS USING DECADE
COUNTER AND IC 555
1. OBJECTIVES
Learn how to build sequential circuits and understand the operation of the 555 IC
as a timer.
2. LIST OF COMPONENTS AND EQUIPMENT REQUIRED
2.1 List of Components
555 Timer IC (x1)
De
PRELAB 7 ASSIGNMENT
LOGIC GATES, KARNAUGH MAPS
COMBINATIONAL LOGIC
1. VENDING MACHINE
You are asked to build a combinational logic circuit for a vending machine. The machine has
sensors that detect a quarter, a dime or a nickel. The vending machine provid
PRELAB 9 ASSIGNMENT
DAC, ADC & SAMPLING
1. DIGITAL TO ANALOG CONVERTER (DAC)
A 5-bit digital to analog converter circuit is shown below. Derive Vout in terms of binary variable DOi (which
will be 0=off or 1=on for each bit), reference voltage Vref, and r
PRELAB READING
1. DIGITAL TO ANALOG CONVERTER (DAC)
Digital to Analog Conversion
In electronics, a digital-to-analog converter (DAC or D-to-A) is a device that converts a digital
(usually binary) code to an analog signal (current, voltage, or electric ch
LAB 9
DAC, ADC, AND SAMPLING
1. ANALOG TO DIGITAL CONVERTER (ADC)
The purpose of this exercise is to help you understand ADC resolution and quantization error. In
the LabView program, a 600 Hz sinusoid with 1 Vpp is sampled at 40 kHz with various ADC
reso
LAB 8: SEQUENTIAL CIRCUITS
University of Texas at Austin
Department of Mechanical
Engineering
ME 140 L
Lab Overview
Introduction to Lab components
555 timer IC with resistors/capacitors/POT
Decade counter (7490)
7-segment display driver (7447) and 7-segme
LAB 7
LOGIC GATES, KARNAUGH MAP & COMBINATIONAL LOGIC
1. OBJECTIVES
Understand the basic characteristics of logic gates.
Learn how to build combinational logic circuits using Karnaugh maps.
2. LIST OF COMPONENTS AND EQUIPMENT REQUIRED
List of Components
LAB 4
DIODES AND TRANSISTORS
1. OBJECTIVES
Learn how to use the basic diode characteristics in real applications.
Understand the basic transistor characteristics.
Learn how to build transistor circuits.
2. LIST OF COMPONENTS AND EQUIPMENT REQUIRED
List of
LAB 6
SENSORS
1.
OBJECTIVES
2.
Learn the basic operating principles of some sensors used in Mechatronics.
LIST OF COMPONENTS AND EQUIPMENT REQUIRED
List of Components
LDR 27 k (1)
LEDs (1)
Resistors : 330 (orangeorangebrown) (2), 1 k (brownblack-red) (
PRELAB 4
DIODES AND TRANSISTORS
1.
OBJECTIVES
2.
C:
I:
R:
V:
Understand the characteristics of ideal and real diodes.
Learn how diodes can be used in real applications.
Understand the basic operating principles of BJT transistors.
Use transistor equations
MECHATRONICS LAB
ME 140L
1ST-ORDER RC-CIRCUIT SUMMARY
Input: VS
Variables of interest: qC, VC, i, VR
R
Vs
C
Equations of Motion
dq C
+ q C = CVs
dt
dV
RC C + VC = Vs
dt
General: dx + x = u
dt
RC
dV
RC di + i = C s
dt
dt
dV
dV
RC R + VR = RC s
dt
dt
dy
Gen
MECHATRONICS LAB
ME 140L
RESISTORS, INDUCTORS, CAPACITORS:
CHARACTERIZATION & 1ST-ORDER CIRCUITS
I. RESISTOR, CAPACITOR, INDUCTOR: Constitutive Behavior
Constitutive equations:
General
Inductance:
ii()
Resistance:
V=V(i)
Capacitance:
V=V(q)
i, current
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