Hands-on electronics by Kaplan D.M., White C.G.

By Kaplan D.M., White C.G.

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For portable equipment, the power is supplied by batteries. s. ) Within most electronic equipment using the AC line, there is a power transformer that steps down the 120 V AC to a more convenient voltage, a rectifier that converts the alternating voltage from the transformer to a DC voltage, and a regulator that maintains the output voltage at the desired level. Caution: In using a power transformer, bear in mind that an especially large transient current sometimes flows when the line cord is first plugged in.

What do you see on the screen if you trigger on channel 1? On channel 2? What do you see if neither channel causes triggering (for example, if the trigger threshold is set too high or too low)? How does this depend on whether you select ‘normal’ or ‘auto’ trigger mode? Why? 6 Additional features The TDS210 has many more features than the ones we’ve described so far. Particularly useful are the digital measurement features. Push the measure button to program these. You can use them to measure the amplitude, period, and frequency of a signal.

3 Vertical controls There is a set of ‘vertical’ controls for each channel (see Fig. 4). These adjust the sensitivity (volts per vertical division on the screen) and offset (the vertical position on the screen that corresponds to zero volts). The ‘ch 1 ’ and ‘ch 2 ’ menu buttons can be used to turn the display of each 12 Hands-on electronics channel on or off; they also select which control settings are programmed by the push-buttons just to the right of the screen. Display a waveform from the calibrator on channel 1.

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