ECT 122 Week 3 iLab #1
Parts:
Breadboard
DC Power Supply
Hand Held DMM
Test leads
Wire
1.0k resistor
2.2k resistor
3.3k resistor
1. Identify the type of the following circuits as either serial or para
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ECT 122 Week 7 iLab #3
1. Define the following.
Peak value: The maximum value reached by either alternation of a waveform.
Peak-to-Peak value: The difference between the peak values of a w
ECT 122 Week 3 iLab #1
Parts:
Breadboard
DC Power Supply
Hand Held DMM
Test leads
Wire
1.0k resistor
2.2k resistor
3.3k resistor
1. Identify the type of the following circuits as either serial or para
ECT122: Week 2 iLab #2
Part 1
Never connect the Positive (+) lead of a power supply to the ground. Connect the negative lead
of the power supply to the circuit FIRST. Then, connect the positive lead.
ECT 122 Week 2 iLab #1
Ohms Law
1. State Ohms Law.
2. What are the three versions of Ohms Law equation?
Current:
Voltage:
Resistance:
3. Using the equations for Ohms Law as a reference, complete the f
ECT122: Week 2 iLab #2
Part 1
Never connect the Positive (+) lead of a power supply to the ground. Connect the negative lead
of the power supply to the circuit FIRST. Then, connect the positive lead.
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ECT 122 Week 5 iLab #3
1. Determine the load voltage, VL1, by deriving an equivalent circuit for the circuit
below. Reduce the R1, R2, and R3 combination to a single equivalent resistance.
Week 2 Homework MBaucom
13. Calculate the minimum acceptable power rating for the resistor in Figure 3.25a. 6V, R120
ohms
P=V^2/R so P=6*6=36/120 so P= .3W so I would use a 1/4 W resistor
14. Calculat
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ECT 122
Chapter 6, Series-Parallel Circuits, Practice Problems: 3, 5, 8, 14, and 17
3. Calculate the component voltages and branch currents for the circuit shown in
figure 6.40, along with
ECT 122 Week 3 iLab #2
Parts:
Breadboard
DC power supply
Handheld DMM
Test leads
Wire
2 - 1.0k resistor
2.2k resistor
3.3k resistor
1. Using the circuit below, calculate the following values. On the c
ECT 122 Week 1 iLab #3
Parts:
Breadboard
Handheld DMM
DC power supply
Test leads
Resistor kit
1. List the functions available on the DM717 handheld digital multimeter (DMM).
The functions availiable o
ECT 122 Week 1 iLab #3
Parts:
Breadboard
Handheld DMM
DC power supply
Test leads
Resistor kit
1. List the functions available on the DM717 handheld digital multimeter (DMM).
This multimeter measures D
ECT 122 Week 3 iLab #2
Parts:
Breadboard
DC power supply
Handheld DMM
Test leads
Wire
2 - 1.0k resistor
2.2k resistor
3.3k resistor
1. Using the circuit below, calculate the following values. On the c
ECT 122 Week 2 iLab #1
Ohms Law
1. State Ohms Law.
Ohms law states that the electrical current flowing in a circuit is proportional to the voltage and
inversely proportional to the resistance.
2. What
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ECT 122 Week 4 iLab #1
Parts:
Breadboard
DC power supply
Handheld DMM
Test leads
Wire
2.2k resistor
3.3k resistor
1. What is the relationship between conductance and resistance?
Resistance
ECT 122 Week 2 iLab #1
Ohms Law
1. State Ohms Law.
2. What are the three versions of Ohms Law equation?
Current: I=
Voltage: V=I*R
Resistance: R=
3. Using the equations for Ohms Law as a reference, co
Thomas Pearce III
ECT 122 Week 1 Assignment
Professor: Carl Hill
03/09/2013
CHAPTER 1 Practice Problems
1.
One coulomb of charge passes a point every 20 seconds. Calculate the value of the
current thr
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ECT 122 Week 7 iLab #2
1. Define Alternating Current? Alternating Current (AC) is used to describe any current
that periodically changes direction.
2. Draw an X-Y axis display where each X
ECT122: Week 2 iLab #2
Part 1
Never connect the Positive (+) lead of a power supply to the ground. Connect the
negative lead of the power supply to the circuit FIRST. Then, connect the positive
lead.
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ECT 122 Week 5 iLab #1
Parts:
Breadboard
DC Power Supply
Hand Held DMM
Test leads
Wire
100 resistor, 120 resistor, 220 resistor, 330 resistor
1. Identify each of these circuits.
Series cir
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ECT 122
Chapter 3: Practice Problems 13, 14, 21, 22, 23, 24, 31, 32, 33, and 34
13. Calculate the minimum acceptable power rating for the resistor in figure 3.25a.
P = V2 / R
P = (6 V)2 /
ECT 122 Week 2 iLab #3
Part 1
Parts:
Breadboard
DC Power Supply
Hand Held DMM
Test leads
Wire
56k resistor
1. Given the circuit below, use Ohms law to determine the total current in the circuit and th
ECT 122 Week 1 iLab #3
Name: Carson Bell
Components and Circuit Measurements
Parts:
Breadboard
Hand Held DMM
DC Power Supply
Test leads
Resistor kit
1. List the functions available on the hand held Di
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ECT 122 Week 2 iLab #3
Part 1
Parts:
Breadboard
DC Power Supply
Hand Held DMM
Test leads
Wire
56k resistor
1. Given the circuit below, use Ohms law to determine the total current in the ci
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ECT122: Week 2 iLab #2
Part 1
Never connect the Positive (+) lead of a power supply to the ground. Connect the
negative lead of the power supply to the circuit FIRST. Then, connect the pos
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ECT 122
October 27, 2011
Assignments - Chapter Practice Problems
Chapter 1, Principles of Electricity, Practice Problems, Numbers 1, 2, 4, 6, 7, 23, and 24
1. One coulomb of charge passes
WEEK 7
15. Derive the Thevenin equivalent of the circuit shown in Figure 7.47a
Req=(R1+R2)|(R3+R4)=5.2k|1.5k=1.16
Rth=Req+R5=1.16+1k=2.16k
Vth=Vs=9V
16. Derive the Thevenin equivalent of the circuit s
ECT 122 Week 7 iLab #2
1. Define Alternating Current?
The term alternating current is used to describe any current that periodically changes
direction.
2. Draw an X-Y axis display where each X divisio
Chapter 6, Series-Parallel Circuits, Practice Problems: 3, 5, 8, 14, and 17
3. Calculate the component voltages and branch currents for the circuit shown in Figure 6.40, along with
the values of IT an
ECT 122 Week 5 iLab #3
1. Determine the load voltage by deriving an equivalent circuit for the circuit below.
Reduce the R1, R2, and R3 combination to a single equivalent resistance. Also,
reduce R4 a