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Laboratory

 Work  @  HiT  

Hans-­‐Pe4er  Halvorsen,  M.Sc.  


Throw    
Garbage!   Laboratory  Rules!   Noise  
Food  and  Drink  not  
allowed  during  
Laboratory  Work!  

Always  be  prepared!  


Bring  your  PC,  a  
printed  copy  of  the  
Lab  Assignment  
and  make  a  sketch!  
Don’t  be  late  to  class!  
Laboratory  Rules  
1.  No  Food  &  Drinks  while  working  with  Laboratory  
Equipment!  
2.  Lab  Assignment:  Read  and  Print  out  the  Lab  Assignment  
before  you  go  to  the  Laboratory.  Be  prepared!!  
3.  Planning:  Plan  your  work:  Create  a  sketch  of  what  you  shall  
do  (System  sketch),  etc.  
4.  Lab  Equipment:  You  need  to  show  the  printed  Lab  
Assignment  and  the  System  Sketch  to  the  Lab  personnel  
before  you  get  any  Equipment  
5.  Start  Working.  Be  careful  when  working  with  Electricity!  
Make  sure  everything  is  wired  correctly  and  safe  before  you  
connect  the  Equipment  to  a  power  source  
6.  Take  Notes  (incl.  screen  shots,  save  your  code,  save  log  files,  
etc.)  during  the  Laboratory  Work  (you  will  need  it  when  
wriWng  the  Report,  Exam  preparaWon,  etc.)   3  
Structure  and  Order  on  the  Lab  needed!!  

Please  put  back  Inventory  (chairs,  etc.),  


Lab  Equipment  and  Tools  where  you  
found  it  and  in  the  same  condiWon!   4  
Lab  Work  Debugging  
Visual  Studio   Books,  Tutorials,  
Examples,    
Use  the  Debugging  Tools  in  your  
Programming  IDE.     Tips  &  Tricks  
Visual  Studio,  LabVIEW,  etc.  have  great  
Debugging  Tools!  Use  them!!  

My  System  
is  not  
Working??  
“Google  It”!  
Your  hardware  device  
You  probably  will  find  the   most  likely  works,  so  you  
answer  on  the  Internet   don't  need  a  new  device!!  
It  is  your  job  to  make  it  work!  
Check  your  electric  circuit,  electrical  cables,  DAQ  
device,  etc.  Check  if  the  wires  from/to  the  DAQ  
Another  person  in  the  world  probably   device  is  correct.  Are  you  using  the  same  I/O  Channel  
had  a  similar  problem   in  your  So^ware  as  the  wiring  suggest?  etc.  
HSE  -­‐  Health,  Safety  and  Environment  

Be  careful!  –  Follow  instrucWons  and  signs!  

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HSE  
•  HSE  -­‐  Health,  Safety  and  Environment  
•  Norwegian:  HMS  –  Helse,  Miljø  og  Sikkerhet  
Please  read  the  HSE  instrucWons  before  you  
start  the  Laboratory  Work:  
•  h4p://www.hit.no/eng/HiT/Student/HSE  
•  h4p://www.hit.no/nor/HiT/Student/HMS-­‐for-­‐studenter-­‐og-­‐ansa4e      

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Lab  Inventory  System  (LIS)  
h4p://128.39.35.248/LabSystem    

Register  User   Equipment  


InformaWon   Loan  

Access  Card  
Lab  Equipment  
Do  not  take  equipment  out  of  
the  classroom  without   Scan/Enter  the  Barcode  on  the  Equipment  you  want  
permission  from  the  teacher!!!   to  borrow  and    then  the  Barcode  on  your  Access  Card  
What  is  Lab  Inventory  System  (LIS)?  
•  A  system  that  keeps  track  of  Laboratory  
Equipment  at  HiT/TF  
•  Employees  and  Students  can  use  it  when  they  
need  to  borrow  Lab  Equipment  home,  to  group  
rooms,  etc.  
•  When  you  use  it  for  the  first  Wme  you  need  to  
register  informaWon  about  yourself  (Name,  Login  
Name,  Password,  E-­‐mail,  Phone,  etc.)  
•  Do  not  take  equipment  out  of  the  classroom  
without  permission  from  the  teacher/supervisor!!    
Register  User  
InformaWon  

h4p://128.39.35.248/LabSystem    

Enter  the  Barcode  that  you  find  


on  the  back  of  your  Access  Card  
Equipment  
Loan  

Lab  Equipment  
Access  Card  
Scan/Enter  the  Barcode  on  the  Equipment  you  want  
to  borrow  and    then  the  Barcode  on  your  Access  Card  
Hans-­‐PeJer  Halvorsen,  M.Sc.  
Telemark  University  College  
Faculty  of  Technology  
Department  of  Electrical  Engineering,  InformaTon  Technology  and  CyberneTcs  

   
E-­‐mail:  hans.p.halvorsen@hit.no  
Blog:  hJp://home.hit.no/~hansha/  
 

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