17.4.

2015

Lab Report
Last First Matriculation
Name Name Number Signature
Student 1
Student 2
Student 3

Experiment 1:
Learn how to measure potential difference (voltage) with a voltmeter and/or
with an oscilloscope.

1. Determine the voltages V1, V2, V3 and V4 by
using ohm’s law:

V1 =

V2=

V3=

V4=

1

V2. Change the drawing below to show where you have placed the voltmeter for your measurements of V1.4. Confirm the calculated result with a voltmeter. 17. Use the following symbol for the voltmeter: 2 .2015 2. V3 and V4.

(Write down all necessary operation steps): 3 .2015 Experiment 2: Create on a breadboard the following electrical circuit (R1 = 1kΩ. R3=3. 17. b) Confirm the input impedance of the circuit between point A and B by making use Ohm’s law. R2=2.2 kΩ.4.9 kΩ): a) Determine the input impedance of the circuit between point A and B by using a digital multimeter (DMM).

4.2015 c) Connect now a 12V voltage source to the circuit and perform sequentially (one at a time) three measurements: 1: Measure the voltages V2 and V3 with the voltmeter V2 = V3 = Change the drawing below to show where you have placed the voltmeter for your measurements: Use the following symbol for the voltmeter: 4 . 17.

2015 2: Measure the currents I1 and I3 with the Ammeter: I1 = I3 = Change the drawing below to show where you have placed the Ammeter for your measurement: Use the following symbol for an Ammeter: 3: Confirm the measured values V2.4. V3 and I3 by making use of Ohm’s and/ or Kirchoff’s laws. (Write down all necessary operation steps): 5 . 17.

2015 Experiment 3: Create on a breadboard the following electrical circuit (R = 47kΩ. 17.4. Determine the rise and fall times of the capacitor voltage with the oscilloscope and by calculation: TRise = TFall = 6 . Switch on the function generator and select pulse mode with a frequency of 1 kHz and a peak to peak voltage of 10V. Connect Probe 1 of the oscilloscope between A1 and B1 and Probe 2 of the oscilloscope between A2 and B2. Adjust the pulse high time until the capacitor gets fully charged.2nF): Connect the function generator between A1 and B1. C=2.

What about the charging voltage? Is this voltage reduced.2015 Change the wave form to Square.4. 17. Adjust the frequency that the capacitor is no more fully discharged. higher or the same? Make a drawing of what you can see on the oscilloscope screen: 7 .

4.2015 Change the waveform to triangle: How does the capacitor voltage increase as long as the triangle voltage increase and how does the capacitor voltage decrease as long as thetriangle voltage decrease? Can you explain it mathematically? Make a drawing of what you can see on the oscilloscope screen: 8 . 17.

17.2015 Change the waveform to sine wave.4. Determine the phase shift with the oscilloscope and confirm the value by a calculation.: 9 .

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