To give an idea of how the electronics laboratory is operated, a few video clips are available, demonstrating:

  1. How to measure the resistance of a resistor using the multi-meter if you have problems interpreting the color code. The real resistors in the switching matrix are very small and it is not easy see the color code in real life either. Show clip (2.2MB)
  2. How to form the first circuit in the instruction manual and measure U1 and U2 using the oscilloscope. Show clip (1.6MB)
  3. How to perform an experiment on the operational amplifier uA741. Show clip (1.6 MB)

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The laboratory is open for guests when its not used in regular lab sessions. Guest sessions are limited to 30 minutes.

The online workbench is replica of a traditional workbench for electrical experiments found in most university laboratories. As in the traditional laboratories, the students perform physical experiments described in lab instruction manuals and as in regular lab sessions, the student will be provided with the components described in the lab instructions.

To be able to perform the guest experiments you will have to download its lab instruction manual. It describes AC experiments using passive components and experiments on an operational amplifier. When you start the experiment, you can choose from two laboratory setups at the bottom of the screen, choosing either the AC experiments or the op amp ones. This will provide all the needed components for either experiment. (No additional components need to be added).

When doing the measurements, a virtual instructor will check that the circuits wired will not damage components or instruments used. Please refer to the FAQ if you are not familiar with a breadboard. The oscilloscope manual can be downloaded from manufacturers homepage. Please note that not all functions of the instruments are implemented.

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