ENGR201 Lab 2018
Lab 6 Operational
of this lab:
Be familiar with the parameters of an OpAmp.
Be able to use an OpAmp to amplify a small signal.
3. Be able to use the function generator, the oscilloscope, and the power supply for circuit testing.
We'll use LM741 for this lab.
The pin map of LM741 is:
The functions of the pins are:
Complete the following tasks:
On Page 4 of the datasheet, find the maximum supply voltage and the
input voltage that can be applied to the device. Make a screen shot of
it and show it on your report.
2. Connect your OpAmp with a
R1=5k resistor and a potentiometer (100k). Power up your OpAmp using
+9V and -9V. Connect the input signal to a sine wave (1k Hz, 2V Vpp).
Change the resistance of the potentiometer while you are looking at the
Report the maximum amplification that can be used for
this topology. (show the input and output in the oscilloscope at the
same time, use cursors to measure the voltage output and save the
result in your USB drive).
Use another potentiometer (1 Mohm) to amplify a 2 mV, 1 kHz sine wave and report the results in the same way.
3. Repeat step 2 using the following circuit.
4. Change the -9V supply to GND, use a voltage divider to provide 4.5 DC 'bias voltage' to the non-inverting terminal.
an 'offset voltage' to the singal from the function generator (sine wave, 1 kHz, 2V Vpp),
this 'offset voltage' should be equal to the DC voltage at the
Try different potentiometers and test
what is the maximum amplification you can achieve. (if the signal is
out of the screen on the oscilloscope, push 'channel 1 menu', then
select 'AC' for the 'Coupling' option).
Remove the feedback resistor and R1. Inject a triagle wave (10V
Vpp, 1 kHz) into the inverting terminal. Show the input and output of
the OpAmp at the same time in the scope. Measure the voltage point that
triggers the changes of the output and explain if this makes sense.
Report the scope results.
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