Electrical/Electronics & Instrumentation/Controls Laboratory

This laboratory, consisting of over 500 ft2, supports ETEE3153, ETEE3156 ETEE3255/3257 Electronics Lab V, VI and VII which are the junior and senior level circuits and electronics laboratories in the old curriculum and ELET3222L, the junior level electronics lab in the revised curriculum. This facility also supports the ELET224L Instrumentation and Controls Laboratory of the revised curriculum, which is co-taught with ETME3251. The laboratory has nine workstations designed to accommodate 2-3 students per workstation. Each workstation in Smith 326 is equipped with a Tektronix TDS 2002B 60MHz Dual Channel Digital Storage Oscilloscope, a Hitachi V-212 Analog Oscilloscope, a Rigol DG-1022 20MHz 2-Channel Function Generator, EZ FG-8002 2MHz Analog Function Generator, an Agilent E3630A Triple Output Power Supply, an HP E3612A DC Power Supply, an Agilent 34401A Digital Bench Multimeter, a Tenma 72-7925 Digital Multimeter, a OTE DM-568C Digital Handheld Multimeter, a Protek 9PK-386Analog Handheld Multimeter, and an NI A/D SC 7075 board. Global Specialties PB-503 Protoboards, K & H breadboards, National Instruments SC-2075Data Acquisition Platform, Tenma Resistance decade boxes 72-7270 and Tenma Capacitance decade boxes 72-7265 are also available for use in the laboratory. A printer and two fully networked Mosaic PCs are available in the laboratory, along with eight stand-alone Dell PCs with a National Instruments SC-7075 A/D board, LabView and productivity software.

Typical equipment