# ECT 122 Week 6 Quiz New

ECT 122 Week 6 Quiz New

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ECT 122 Week 6 Quiz New

1. (TCO 3) For the circuit below, what will XMM6 read if the switch is open?

XMM1 is measuring current and the other DMMs are measuring voltage

2. (TCO 3) For the circuit below, calculate the resistance from A to B.

3. (TCO 4) For the circuit below, how much current is leaving the node connecting V1 and R1.

4. (TCO 5) Determine the current through R2 in the circuit below.

5. (TCO 4) Determine the power disappointed by R3 in the circuit below

6. (TCO 5) Determine the power dissipated in R1 in the circuit below.

7. (TCO 5) For the circuit below, calculate the current through the 2 kΩ resistor

8. (TCO 6) I1 is 2mA; I2 is 1mA. What is voltage Vx and resistance R5?

9. (TCO 8) For the circuit below, calculate all the voltages and currents. Then shown the fault voltages, determine which component is at fault and if it is an open or a short. If Vs = 6V

# ECT 122 Week 6 iLab 2 New

ECT 122 Week 6 iLab 2 New

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ECT 122 Week 6 iLab 2 New

ECT 122 Week 6 iLab #2

1.Determine the range of output voltages for the circuit below. RLvaries from 47 Ω to 470 Ω.

2.Download the Multisim file “Ser_Par4” from Doc Sharing, Week 6. Run the simulation and verify that the simulated load voltage matches the calculated value.

3. Construct the original circuit above on a breadboard. Connect the circuit’s input to a variable positive supply. Connect the circuit’s input to the power supply and set it to +10 V. Use a DMM to adjust the supply to +10 V. Measure the load voltage with a DMM. Have the professor verify the circuit before applying power.

# ECT 122 Week 6 iLab 1 New

ECT 122 Week 6 iLab 1 New

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ECT 122 Week 6 iLab 1 New

ECT 122 Week 6 iLab #1

1.Define troubleshooting.

2.What is an open circuit?

3.What is the primary symptom of an open circuit?

# ECT 122 Week 5 iLab 3 New

ECT 122 Week 5 iLab 3 New

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ECT 122 Week 5 iLab 3 New

1.Determine the load voltage by deriving an equivalent circuit for the circuit below. Reduce the R1, R2, and R3 combination to a single equivalent resistance. Also, reduce R4 and RL1 to a single resistance.

2.Download the Multisim file “Ser_Par3” from Doc Sharing, Week 5. Run the simulation and verify the simulated load voltage matches the calculated value.

3.Modify the Multisim file to match the equivalent circuit you developed in problem #1 (Battery and two equivalent resistors). Run the simulation and compare the equivalent circuit’s results with the original circuit’s results. Are the results the same (YES/NO)? If no, determine why and correct it

4.Construct the original circuit above on the breadboard. Connect the circuit’s input to a DC power supply and set it to +10 V. Use a hand held DMM to adjust the supply to +10 V. Using the hand held DMM, measure the load voltage. Have the professor verify the circuit before applying power.

5.If using ELVIS, repeat step 4 using the ELVIS DMM instead of the hand held DMM. Have the professor verify the circuit before applying power.

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ECT 122 Week 5 iLab 2 New

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ECT 122 Week 5 iLab 2 New

1.Calculate the quantities listed.

2.Download the Multisim file “Ser_Par2” from Doc Sharing, Week 5. Run the simulation and verify the simulated results are the same as the calculated values. Were the values the same? Yes/No. If no, why?

3.Construct the circuit above on the breadboard. Connect the circuit’s input to the power supply and set it to +10 V. Use the handheld DMM to adjust the supply to +10 V. Using the handheld DMM, measure the values below. Remember, to measure current, the DMM must be in series with the resistor. Have the professor verify the circuit before applying power.

# ECT 122 Week 5 Homework Practice Problems New

ECT 122 Week 5 Homework Practice Problems New

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# ECT 122 Week 4 iLab 3 New

ECT 122 Week 4 iLab 3 New

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ECT 122 Week 4 iLab 3 New

1.Calculate the current in each branch of the parallel circuit below.

2.Download the Multisim file “Parallel1” from Doc Sharing, Week 4. Run the simulation and verify the simulated results are the same as the calculated values. Were the values the same? (YES/NO.) If no, why?

3.Calculate the total power dissipated in the circuit by using the total voltage and current. Then calculate the power dissipated in each resistor and verify that the sum of the power dissipated in each resistor equals the total power dissipated.

4.Construct the circuit above on the breadboard. Connect the circuit’s input to the variable positive supply. Set the supply to +8V. Use the handheld DMM to adjust the supply to +8 V. Using the handheld DMM, measure the currents below. Remember, to measure current, the handheld DMM must be in series with the resistor. Have the professor verify the circuit before applying power.