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university:courses:electronics:electronics-lab-8a [05 Mar 2019 12:24]
Antoniu Miclaus [Questions:]
university:courses:electronics:electronics-lab-8a [23 Aug 2019 12:54]
Antoniu Miclaus
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-====== Activity ​8A: A Floating (two terminal) Current Source / Sink ======+====== Activity: A Floating (two terminal) Current Source / Sink ======
  
 ===== Objective: ===== ===== Objective: =====
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 <WRAP centeralign>​ Figure 2 Floating current source (as a sink tied to a negative supply) Breadboard Circuit </​WRAP>​ <WRAP centeralign>​ Figure 2 Floating current source (as a sink tied to a negative supply) Breadboard Circuit </​WRAP>​
  
-Configure waveform generator AWG1 as a triangle wave with a frequency of 100 Hz and an amplitude of 10 V with 0 V offset. The scope display should be set in both voltage vs. time and in XY mode with channel 1 on the horizontal axis and channel 2 on the vertical axis. Be sure to turn on the power supply only after you have completed and double checked your connections.+Configure waveform generator AWG1 as a triangle wave with a frequency of 100 Hz and an amplitude of 10 V peak-to-peak ​with 0 V offset. The scope display should be set in both voltage vs. time and in XY mode with channel 1 on the horizontal axis and channel 2 on the vertical axis. Be sure to turn on the power supply only after you have completed and double checked your connections.
  
 ===== Procedure: ===== ===== Procedure: =====
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 ===== Prove the floating nature of circuit: ===== ===== Prove the floating nature of circuit: =====
  
-In figure 1 we referenced the negative end of the circuit to a negative power supply. To prove that this circuit is truly a floating current source, rearrange your breadboard to look like figure ​and repeat your measurements.+In figure 1 we referenced the negative end of the circuit to a negative power supply. To prove that this circuit is truly a floating current source, rearrange your breadboard to look like figure ​and repeat your measurements.
  
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