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BEEC LAB

Department of Technical Education


Diploma Programme FIRST SEMESTER SUBJECT :BASICS OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS LAB

Common to E&C & EI&C


GENERAL OBJECTIVES: On completion of the lab course, the student will be able to 1 Comprehend the art of Soldering 2 Understand the behavioral characteristics of passive components GRADED EXERCISES: SECTION -- A STUDY EXERCISES Contact Hrs 1 Familiarization and precautionary measures to be taken while using the following Equipments 1.1 Ammeters, Voltmeters and Galvanometer 1.2 Mulltimeter - Analog and Digital 1.3 D.C. Regulated Power Supply 1.4 CRO 1.5 LCR Meter 2 Identification of components ----- Passive and Active components with Symbol, value marking, dimensions, bases etc. 3 Colour code--- Calculation of Resistance, capacitance and Inductance value by colour code and letter code method 4 Testing and Measurement of Passive Components - Resistance, Capacitance and Inductance value by Meter and comparison by colour codes 5 Soldering Practice using general purpose Tools, Bending and Bunching of Wires Soldering of Passive and Active components, Familiarization of PCB and SMD mountings Soldering of Amplifier, Oscillator, Power Supply etc. (circuits to be given by the lecturer) 7 Study of Transformers - Ratings and Voltage measurement 1) Power Transformers - Step-up, Step-Down 2) Auto Transformer, Isolation transformer, pulse trannsformer 3) Transformers based on frequency 8 Familiarization and Study following Hardware materials, Symbols and Applications. FUSES --- Rewirable, cartridge,High rupturing capacity Fuse, PLUGS AND SOCKETS --- 2 pin, 3 pin. CONNECTORS : BNC,TNC connectors. SWITCHES : Toggle , push button , Thumb wheel and Keys. TERMINALS ---Different sizes CABLES --- Twistedpair,co-axial cable, flat cable, optical cable CLIPS & PLUGS --- Crocodile , Banana Tools used for Electronic Servicing - e.g. for crimping, stripping, cutting, etc. Study of UPS, Stabilisers.( Definition, types - offline and online, Examples- tubular, lead 9 acid, maintenance free 10 Study of Different types of Batteries used in Electronic Applications Note: Above study excersises shall be repeated through the semester during spare time that may be available while conduction type excersises are carried out. 11 Study & Testing of Earthing using meggar 96 12

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12 Lead Acid Batteries: a) Charging b) Testing using cell Tester,Battery Tester & Hydrometer c) Maintainence & precaution to be taken while using batteries SECTION ---B CONDUCTION EXPERIMENTS 1 Verification of Ohms law 2 Verification of effective resistance of a) Series Resistance Network b) Parallel Resistance Network c)Combination Network 3 Verification of Kirchoff's Current law for D.C Circuits 4 Verification of Kirchoff's Voltage law for D.C Circuits 5 Measurement of Total Inductance Value of Inductors Connected in a) Series b) Parallel c) Series- Parallel Combination 6 Measurement of Total Capacitance Value of Capacitors Connected in a) Series b) Parallel c) Series- Parallel Combination 7 Measurement of AC Voltage by CRO - Amplitude, Peak to Peak Value, Frequency, Time Period and Wavelength; calculation of phase anglr by lissajous figure 8 Determination of Switching Characteristics of Relays a) Non-Polarized b) Reed Relay 9 Plot the Characteristics of a) Thermistor b) Light Dependent Resistor c) Voltage Dependent Resistor Connecting,Starting & running of AC & DC motors used for Electronic Applications and 10 plot the speed versus voltage characteristics for DC motor 11 Mini Project: Individual students or a batch of students should carry out a miniproject throughout the semester and submit the project report at the end of the semester. e.g.: 1. Collection of Catologues and Specification sheets, 2. Preparation of a chart displaying photo copies of the following alongwith symbols a) Passive Components & b) Active Components, 3. PCB Preparation Process 4. Electroninc Hardware materials Total

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The tutors are advised against the use of Spring boards and bread boards. SCHEME OF VALUATION Max. Marks SECTION Record SECTION A (STUDY EXERCISES) SECTION B (CONDUCTION EXPERIMENTS) 1) Writing the circuit, Tabular column, Ideal graph, formulae 2) Soldering 3) Conduction 4) Result Viva-Voce Total 5 15

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