BOK112050 Basic Power Electronics, Laboratory Exercises
- Voltage Stabilising
- Triac and Diac
- Opto Switches
- Operation Amplifiers
- Static Current Converter
- AD/DA Transducers
- Measuring Semiconductors with a Digital Multimeter
- Measuring Components with an Oscilloscope
- Trouble shooting
Measuring experiments may be performed with a voltage lower than 50 V when using equipment specified in this brochure. The fault searching training is done with help of the laboration card IK4.
After the course the student should be able to:
- Locate and write down PCB faults in an electronic system.
- Measure voltage and signals to and from circuit boards as applied in industrial- and/or power electronic systems.
- Interpret and use connection diagrams as they occur in electronic systems within production.
- Explain the principles of rectification, filtering and stabilization and perform simple trouble shooting in a power supply.
- Describe operation amplifiers and thyristor functions and their use in different industrial applications.
- Measure Semi-conductors with a Digital Multimeter.
- Measure Components with an Oscilloscope.