# 1. CONVERSION OF AMMETER INTO VOLTMETER

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1. CONVERSION OF AMMETER INTO VOLTMETER
Aim :
To study the Conversion of Ammeter into Voltmeter
Operettas Required :
An Ammeter, Multiplier Resistors, DC Power supply and connecting wires.
Theory :
Ammeter The basic movement of a d.c. ammeter is a PMMC d’Arsonval galvanometer. The
coil winding of a basic movement is small and light and can carry very small currents since the
construction of an accurate instrument with a moving coil to carry currents greater than 100 mA is
impracticable owing to the bulk and weight of the coil that would be required.
When heavy currents are to be measured, the major part of the current is bypassed through a
low resistance called a “shunt”. The basic movement and its shunt to produce an ammeter.
The resistance of the shunt can be calculated using conventional circuit analysis.
Where Rm = internal resistance of movement
Im = Ifs = full scale deflection current of movement.
I = current to be measured.
Since the shunt resistance is in parallel with the meter movement, the voltage drops across
shunt and movement must be the same.
or Ish R sh = I m R m
∴R sh =
I mR m
Ish
Im R m
I − Im
I
R
=1 + m
Im
R sh
But Ish = I − I m, therefore we can write R sh =
∴
I
R
−1 = m
Im
R sh
or
This ratio of total current to the current in the meter movement is called Multipling Power
of shunt.
∴Multiplyin g power m =
I
Im
=1 +
∴Resistance of shunt R sh =
Rm
R sh
Rm
m −1
2
Conversion of Ammeter into Voltmeter :
Remove shunt resistance to the meter and connect multiplier resistance in series to the meter
than the meter becomes Voltmeter.
Calculation of Multipliers :
Individual Multipliers :
We can obtain different voltage ranges by connecting different values of multiplier resistors in
series with the meter. The number of these resistors is equal to the number of ranges required.
Multiplier resistors Rs1, Rs2, Rs3 and Rs4 which can be connected in series with the meter by a range
selector switch. Consider that the ranges desired are V1, V2, V3 and V4, then the corresponding
multiplier resistances can be obtained.
R s1 = (m1 − 1) R m ,
R s2 = (m 2 − 1) R m ,
R s3 = (m 3 − 1) R m ,
R s4 = (m 4 − 1) R m ,
Where
V
V1
'
m2 = 2 '
ν
ν
V
V
m 3 = 3 ' and m 4 = 4 '
ν
ν
m1 =
Design of Voltmeter Case Study:
A basic d’Arsonval meter movement with an internal resistance Rm = 100 Ω, and a full scale
current of Im = 1 mA, is to be converted into a multi-range d.c. voltmeter with ranges of 0-10 V,
0-50 V, 0-250 V and 0-500 V. Find the values of various mulplier resistances.
Solution :
Voltage across the meter movement v = ImRm = 1 x 100 = 100 mV.
The voltage multiplying factors are:
m1 =
10
= 100 ;
100 ×10 −3
m2 =
50
= 500 ;
100 ×10 −3
m3 =
250
= 2500 ;
100 ×10 −3
m4 =
500
= 5000 ;
100 ×10 −3
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The voltage multiplying resistors are:
R1 = (m1 − 1) R m = (100 - 1) ×100 = 9900 Ω,
R 2 = (m 2 − m1 ) R m = (500 - 100) ×100 = 40 ×103 Ω = 40 kΩ,
R 3 = (m 3 − m 2 ) R m = (2500 - 500) ×100 Ω = 200 kΩ,
R 4 = (m4 − 1) R m = (5000 - 2500) ×100 Ω = 250 kΩ.
Procedure :
Connect as per the circuit diagram to a d.c. supply which measures maximum of 500 volts.
1) Connect R1 in series to the meter and measure maximum full scale deflection is 10 V.
2) Connect R2 in series to the meter and measure maximum full scale deflection is 50 V.
3) Connect R3 in series to the meter and measure maximum full scale deflection is 250 V.
4) Connect R4 in series to the meter and measure maximum full scale deflection is 500 V.
Result :
Given Ammeter is converted into Voltmeter in Four ranges through a rotatory switch by
measuring 10 V, 50 V, 250 V and 500 V in Four positions of rotary switch.
Questions :
1) Convert given Ammeter into Voltmeter, Show the calculation taking into account case study as per
available ranges in the laboratory.
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2. STUDY AND USE OF ANALOG MULTIMETER
Aim :
To study and use of Analog Multimeter
Operettas Required :
An Analog Multimeter, Resistors, A.C/D.C Voltage, A.C/D.C Current measurement with the
multimeter
Theory and Procedure :
Movement Protection Switch :
We have provided ON-OFF switch on the right side of meter case to short the movement which
prevents the damage during transit.
Range of measurement:
DC Voltage
AC Voltage
DC Current
Resistance
Battery
: 5V, 25V, 250V and 1000V
: 5V, 25V, 250V, 500V and 1000V
: 10mA 250mA
: Range R x 1, R x 10, R x 100 and R x 1000
: Internal 1.5V Pencil Cell. (2Pcs.)
General Instructions :
1. At each measurement, confirm the range to be used.
2. When measuring an unknown voltage or current, always start from the highest range to know
the approximate value. Then switch it down to the appropriate range to check accurate value.
3. By no means voltage should be measured on current or ohm range.
4. When zero ohm adjustment is ineffective on R x 1 range, the internal batteries are required to
be replaced with fresh ones.
5. When the meter is not in use, set the selector switch on DC mA range.
6. Do not expose the Meter in high temperature or humidity.
Features :
1. Wide Range of Measurement : Through the internal the batteries (1.5V x 2). The meter
measures resistance up to 1/MΩ at maximum, while DC voltage range measure from 5v to
1000V at full scale.
2. The meter is available for checking all kinds of electronic instruments and radio sets as well as
semi-conductors.
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Ω, 100mV
50µ
µA, 2000Ω
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R25
R5
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R22
11
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R18
R17
d.c./a.c.
output switch
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R21
5000V
d.c. a.c.
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R7
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R13
10 A
S.No. Selector
1
1000V
2
250V
3
50V
4
10V
5
2.5V
6
500mA
Switch
7
8
9
10
11
12
Position
100mA
10mA
100µA
Rx1
Rx100
Rx1000
d.c./a.c. output switch
1. d.c 2.a.c. 3.output
ANALOG MULTIMETER
Instructions for Use :
1. Range of measurement is divided into DCV, ACV, OHMS, DCmA and DCmA. all of which
are switched over by means of the selector knob in the centre of the panel face.
2. The red test probe is connected to + jack and the black one to - jack respectively.
3. Measurement of DC Voltage.
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
The range selector switch is set at an appropriate DCV range connecting the test prods
to their respective jacks.
When checking T.V., radio and communication apparatuses the black test lead is
connected to the chassis which is -ve potential and the red test lead is applied to +ve
potential is for measurement.
In case of special circuits such as oscillating circuit where negative potential is
generated, the connection of the probes are reversed, the red one to the chassis and the
voltage is checked by applying the black lead.
To measure transistor circuit P-N-P type, the probes are connected as indicated in (c)
above. with N-P-N type transistor circuit, the connection is as indicate in (b).
Generally when measuring DCV circuit loaded with high resistance, indication will be
a little lower than the actual value effected by the serial internal resistance of the meter
movement. However, very high internal resistance of H-30 makes such indication
error less compared with other testers.
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(f)
To know current by measuring voltage is checked by applying the probes to both ends
of the resistance to know the value dropped by the current. The value thus obtained is
divided by the value of resistance, For Instance :50V
= 1mA
In case of the loads to be 10kΩ and the value indicated is 50V:
50kΩ
High DCV Internal resistance and small current consumption of this model enables
measurement of current without disconnecting the circuit, if the value or the current is
known by measuring the voltage value dropped.
µA-mA.
4. Measurement of DCµ
(a) For current measurement the tester is always connected in series to circuit checked and
the circuit measured is disconnected.
(b) The centre selector switch is set at an appropriate DCµA-mA range.
(c) To measure, the red probe is applied to (+) potential and black point, to (-) potential of
the circuit. It the pointer deflects to the left across the Zero point, just reverse the
connections.
5. Measurement of Resistance
(a) The selector switch is set to an appropriate ohm range.
(b) The probes are shorted and the pointer of the meter movement is adjusted by means of
“0” adjustment knob to rest on zero position on the right extremity.
(c) The resistance value is known by applying the red and the black probes each to both
ends of the resistance of measure.
(d) The ohm value read on the scale indicates the resistance measured on R x 1 range. On
the other ranges, the value indicated are multiplied by 10, 100 respectively as the case
may be.
6. Measurement of AC Voltage :
AC Voltage ranges are mostly used to check the output voltage of power transformers
or mains supply. Using a high quality midget copper oxide rectification.
(a) The selector switch is set at an appropriate range. Test probes used irrespective of
polarity.
(b) Black AC Volt scale is used, The voltage value is obtained just in the same way as with
measurement of DC Voltage.
(c) Frequency ranges used are approximately from 40 Hz to 50 Hz
7. Output Measurement :
The meter is Calibrated for full scale or 1 Volt at 8 Ω load. The range selector switch set
at 5V AC and the probes at their respective jacks.
Result :
By using an Analog Multimeter measured resistance, A.C/D.C Voltage, Current in different
ranges.
Questions :
1) Measure the A.C/D.C Voltage, Currents and Resistances with an Analog Multimeter.
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3. STUDY AND USE OF DIGITAL MULTIMETER
Aim :
To study and use of Digital Multimeter
Operettas Required :
Digital Multimeter, Resistors, A.C/D.C Voltage, A.C/D.C Current measurement with the
multimeter. Instead of pointer deflection in analog meter in digital meter an additional circuit is used
to convert analog signal equilent decimal electrical signal and a LCD display is used.
A LCD display gives an accurate reading of the quantity measured in the display. There is no
paralax error in measurements. Hence currect reading measure in the digital meters.
Theory and Procedure :
Movement Protection Switch :
We have provided ON-OFF switch on the right side of meter case to short the movement which
prevents the damage during transit.
Range of measurement:
DC Voltage
AC Voltage
DC Current
Resistance
Battery
: 5V, 25V, 250V and 1000V
: 5V, 25V, 250V, 500V and 1000V
: 10mA 250mA
: Range R x 1, R x 10, R x 100 and R x 1000
: Internal 1.5V Pencil Cell. (2Pcs.)
General Instructions :
1. At each measurement, confirm the range to be used.
2. When measuring an unknown voltage or current, always start from the highest range to know
the approximate value. Then switch it down to the appropriate range to check accurate value.
3. By no means voltage should be measured on current or ohm range.
4. When the meter is not in use, set the selector switch on DC mA range.
5. Do not expose the Meter in high temperature or humidity.
Features :
1. Wide Range of Measurement : Through the internal the batteries (1.5V x 2, 9V x 1). The meter
measures resistance up to 20 MΩ at maximum, while DC voltage range measure from 0V to
500V at full scale.
2. The meter is available for checking all kinds of electronic instruments and radio sets as well as
semi-conductors, in industrial and domestic purpose.
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Instructions for Use :
1. Range of measurement is divided into DCV, ACV, OHMS, DCmA and DCmA. all of which
are switched over by means of the selector knob in the centre of the panel face.
2. The red test probe is connected to + jack and the black one to - jack respectively.
3. Measurement of DC Voltage.
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
The range selector switch is set at an appropriate DCV range connecting the test prods
to their respective jacks.
When checking T.V., radio and communication apparatuses the black test lead is
connected to the chassis which is -ve potential and the red test lead is applied to +ve
potential is for measurement.
In case of special circuits such as oscillating circuit where negative potential is
generated, the connection of the probes are reversed, the red one to the chassis and the
voltage is checked by applying the black lead.
To measure transistor circuit P-N-P type, the probes are connected as indicated in (c)
above. with N-P-N type transistor circuit, the connection is as indicate in (b).
Generally when measuring DCV circuit loaded with high resistance, indication will be
a little lower than the actual value effected by the serial internal resistance of the meter
movement. However, very high internal resistance of H-30 makes such indication
error less compared with other testers.
To know current by measuring voltage is checked by applying the probes to both ends
of the resistance to know the value dropped by the current. The value thus obtained is
divided by the value of resistance, For Instance :50V
= 1mA
In case of the loads to be 10kΩ and the value indicated is 50V:
50kΩ
High DCV Internal resistance and small current consumption of this model enables
measurement of current without disconnecting the circuit, if the value or the current is
known by measuring the voltage value dropped.
µA-mA.
4. Measurement of DCµ
(a) For current measurement the tester is always connected in series to circuit checked and
the circuit measured is disconnected.
(b) The centre selector switch is set at an appropriate DCµA-mA range.
(c) To measure, the red probe is applied to (+) potential and black point, to (-) potential of
the circuit. It the pointer deflects to the left across the Zero point, just reverse the
connections.
5. Measurement of Resistance
(a) The selector switch is set to an appropriate ohm range.
(b) The resistance value is known by applying the red and the black probes each to both
ends of the resistance of measure.
(c) The ohm value read on the scale indicates the resistance measured on R x 1 range. On
the other ranges, the value indicated are multiplied by 200, 20K, 200K, 20M
respectively as the case may be.
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6. Measurement of AC Voltage :
AC Voltage ranges are mostly used to check the output voltage of power transformers
or mains supply. Using a high quality midget copper oxide rectification.
(a) The selector switch is set at an appropriate range. Test probes used irrespective of
polarity.
(b) Black AC Volt scale is used, The voltage value is obtained just in the same way as with
measurement of DC Voltage.
(c) Frequency ranges used are approximately from 40 Hz to 50 Hz
7. Output Measurement :
The meter is Calibrated for full scale or 1 Volt at 8 Ω load. The range selector switch set
at 5V AC and the probes at their respective jacks.
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4. STUDY AND USE OF AUDIO FREQUENCY OSCILLATOR
Aim :
To study and use of Audio Frequency Oscillator
Operettas Required :
connecting wires
Theory :
Function Generator circuit of a typical function generator. This instrument delivers sine,
triangular and square wave shapes. The typical frequency range may be 20 Hz to 20 kHz. The signal
generator is provided with frequency control network. The frequency control voltage regulates two
current sources.
For the generation of a triangular waveshape, an integrator circuit is used as shown. The upper
current source supplies a constant current and therefore the output voltage of tthe integrator.
It is clear from above that, the output voltage increases linearly with time.
The voltage comparator multivibrator is used to change state at a predetermined level on the
positive slope of the integrator’s output voltage. This cuts of the upper current supply and switches on
the lower current supply. Since the direction of current supply from the lower source is in opposite
direction to that of the upper current source, the output voltage decreases linearly with time till a
change in state at a predetermined level is brought about by the voltage comparator multivibrator and
the upper current source is switched on again. Hence we get a triangular waveshape. Since the slope
of curve is determined by the magnitude of the current and therefore the frequency of the output
voltage is also determined by the magnitude of the current. This triangular waveform is obtained at
the output of the integrator.
A square waveform is obtained at the output of the multivibrator. The third waveform is
obtained when the triangular waveform is synthesised with a sinusoidal waveform. Output amplifiers
are used to amplify the signals.
Procedure :
Connect Audio test Oscillator in Audio frequency range input of the power amplifier stage.
Give the Audio signal hear the click sound from the loud speaker. Repeat the procedure four times.
Result :
Audio test Oscillator 20 Hz to 20 kHz frequency responce is studied.
Questions :
1) Study the Audio test Oscillator.
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5. STUDY AND USE OF AMSSG
Aim :
Operettas Required :
Theory :
A standard AMSSG provides modulated and unmodulated R.F. signals in the frequency ranges
most commonly required in the manufacture & servicing of radios & communication receivers.
The R.F. output level is continuously adjustable by means of attenutor system over the range of
1 micro volt to 100 milli volts.
The R.F. output can be modulated externally on internally by a built in AF Oscillator. The RF
output can lower be obtained unmodulated.
The internal audio signals can also be accessible for external use, the output amplitude is
controlled by an attenuator system.
Frequency Ranges:
50KHz
150 KHz
420 KHz
500 KHz
1.5 MHz
5 MHz
15 MHz
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
150 KHz
420 KHz
500 KHz
1500 KHz
5 MHz
15 MHz
550 MHz
RF output
Variable for 1µv to 100 µv
± 6db
± 1µv
Output Impedance
1 µv to 10 µv : 20 ohm
100 µv
40Ω
1mv to 100mv - 300Ω
Modulated level
30% ± 10%
AF Modulation
400 Hg
Power Supply
230 Singer Phase
50 Hz ac
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The important blocks of SSG are :
1. RF Oscillator
2. AF Oscillator
3. RF Buffer Amp & Modulator
4. Attenuator
5. Power Supply
The important characteristics & adjustments that can be done to a receiver are :
1. Sensitivity
2. Selectivity
3. Fidility
4. Signal & Noise ratio
5. Image Rejection Ratio
1. Sensitivity :
It is the ability of the receiver to respond to the weakest signal possible. It is expressed as the
input voltage required to give a standard output of 50 mW in case of low power receiver and 500 mW
in case of high power receiver. Sensibility can also be expressed in dB as the input voltage required
below 1 volt.
2. Selectivity :
It is the ability of a receiver to distinguish between the wanted & unwanted signals.
It can also be defined as the ability of receiver to reject the unwanted signals.
3. Fidility :
It is the ability of a receive to reproduce the given input signal at its output with out distortion.
This is expressed as a curve. All receivers are designed to offer a band width of ± 5 KHz. Radio
Frequency and Distorsion Factor circuits.
4. Signal to Noise Ratio :
It is defined as the ratio of input signal and noise to the output signal & wise. It is also defined
as the ratio of signal power to Noise Power at the out part of the receiver.
Signal to Noise ratio =
S ES2 E 2n
=
÷
= (Es /E n ) 2
N R R
5. Noise Figure :
It is the ratio of signal to noise power supplied to the input of a receiver to the signal to noise
power supplied to output of a load resister.
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Image Rejection Ratio :
It is the measure of the input required to get the same output as that of the wanted signal at the
output of the receiver when it is given with an input at a image frequency.
Use of AMSSG for Radio Receiver Measurement of Sensitivity and Fidility :
Aim :
Equipment Required :
Block Diagram :
CRO
Y-INPUT
AMSSG
Practical Procedure :
For obtaining sensitivity of a radio receiver. First the AVC/AGC should be disconnected and
equipment is set up connections are made as shown in the figure.
b) Select 500 MHz from AMSSG to get a standard output of 50 mwatts at the output.
c) Increase the signal input from 500 MHz in increments of 5KHz at each step of increase and
note the narration of input levels to gave standard output of 50 mW in the power output meter.
The input frequency is received from 500 KHz to 600 KHz and a plot is plotted frequency Vs
input level signal in µv and the least level of input is observed in the plot and this is observed as the
CRO
Experiment :
Experimental set up : Block diagram
AMSSG
RF SIGNAL
GENERATOR
Y-INPUT
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Experiment Procedure :
Set the AMSSG input to constant where a considerable output about 500 mW is available.
The experimental set up is connected as per the block diagram.
The radio receiver is switched in Medium wave Band. The AMSSG is set 1000 KHz from and
modulation from 20 KHz to 100 KHz.
Frequency and note the corresponding output for each frequency Vinconstant.
and a plot is plotted frequency Vs gain in the graph sheet.
Tabular Column
Sl.No.
Frequency
Input voltage in µv
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
500 KHz
500 KHz
600 KHz
650 KHz
700 KHz
750 KHz
800 KHz
850 KHz
900 KHz
1000 KHz
1050 KHz
1100 KHz
6 µv
4 µv
2 µv
4 µv
5 µv
6.5 µv
9 µv
11 µv
13 µv
15 µv
17 µv
22 µv
Output constant at 50 mW
Assessment :
1. Skill in Handling Equipment
2. Circuit Diagram and connection
4. Graphs / Calculations
5. Viva
Result :
AMSSG and its use in radio receiver measurement of sensitivity, selectivity and fedility is
studied.
Questions :
1. Study the application of AMSSG in Radi Receier Circuit to measure sensitivity, selectivity and
fecility.
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6. STUDY AND USE OF DIGITAL LCR METER
Aim :
Study of Digital LCR Meter.
Equipment Required :
A digital LCR Meter, Different types of capacitors, Inductors, Resistors and connecting probes.
Thoery :
Digital L.C.R Meter : To measure an inductance, capacitance, Resistance with the same meter,
which reads decimal output is said to be digital LCR meter. A selector switch provided to measure a
particular quantity.
Measurement of inductance : A simple coil “L” is loosly compled to the output coil of a variable
frequency oscillator. The dial of the oscillator is calibrated in terms of frequency. A variable capacitor,
C is used for obtaining resonance conditions which is indicated by a decimal counder.
At resonance f0 =
1
2π LC
Measurement of Inductance, capacitence with digital LCR Meter.
Thus knowing the value of frequency, of and capacitence, C, the value of the inductance may
be calculated.
To measure inductance of the coil switch S is opened LC stand any capacitors one in
resonance. The output of the signal is given to the input of the amplifier.
The amplifier increases the strength of the signal in sinewave. The output of the amplifier is
given to the input of the schimatt trigger. The schimatt trigger gives the square wave output. The
square wave output goes to start stop gate.
Now the signal goes to decade decimal counter to display decimal reading.
Measurement of Capacitence :
With switch “S” closed the circuit again in resonance to measure the capacitence of the
capacitor. In this circuit for measurement of capacitence. “C” is teh unknown capacitence connected
in parallel with a variable standard capacitance Cs. The standard capacitence is of the same order as
the unknown capacitence.
With switch open, resonance is optained by varying the standard capacitence Cs.
At resonance
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Now switch “S” is closed putting unknown capacitence in parallel with “Cs”. Keeping the
frequency of the same as earlier, resonance conditions are obtained by varying “Cs”.
Cs2 = setting of standard capacitence with switch “S” closed.
Measurement of Resistance with digital LCR meter :
The effective resistance of a resonance of a resonant circuit can be measured by variation of
reactance of the circuit.
In this circuit a thermistor is used to measure current through recording system. The circuit
reactance is varied by either varying the value of capacitance “C” or the frequency “f”. The reactance
is adjusted till the ammeter reads maximum value. This happens when the circuit is under resonance
conditions.
Results:
With the help of Digital LCR Meter Resistance, capacitance, Inductance different values of in
different ranges are measured.
Questions:
1. Study the given Digital LCR Meter, Measure the L,C,R different values and compare with
indicated value.
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7. MEASUREMENT OF DC AND AC VOLTAGE USING CRO
Aim :
Measurement of DC and AC voltage using CRO
Operettas Required :
CRO, AC Voltage source, DC voltage source and connecting probes.
Theory and Procedure :
In order to observe waveform on a CRO, the waveform of voltage under test is applied to Y
plates and a voltage obtained from a sawtooth generator is applied to X plates. Let us assume that the
sawtooth waveform has an idealized waveshape.
When simultaneously with the horizontal sawtooth voltage, an input voltage is applied to
vertical deflection (Y) plates, the beam is under the influence of two forces : (i) one in the horizontal
direction moving the beam at a linear rate from left to right, (ii) and second in the vertical direction
moving the beam up and down. Since the deflection is proportional to the voltage applied to the
deflection plates, the horizontal moement is proportional to the voltage applied to X plates at any
instant and since the ramp voltage is linear it traces a straight line on the CRT screen. The vertical
deflection is proportional to the voltage applied to the Y plates at any instant and thus the beam moves
up and down according to the magnitude and polarity of the input voltage. The waveform displayed
on a CRT tube due to an input sinusoidal voltage.
At the end of one sweep cycle, the sweep voltage abruptly drops down and the spot is
immediately transferred to its original position. The process is then repeated again, with the result,
that a stationary image is seen on the screen.
For the case shown the frequency of the input voltage is twice that of saw tooth voltage. To
observe more than one cycle of the input voltage, the sweep voltages frequency has to be a submultiple
of the input voltage frequency.
Measurement of A.C / D.C Voltage :
The expression for electronic deflection, given in that the deflection is proportional to the
deflection-plate voltage. Thus the cathode-ray tube will measure voltage. It is usual to calibrate the
tube under the given operating conditions by observing the deflection produced by a known voltage.
Direct voltages may be obtained from the static deflection of the spot, alternating voltages from the
length of the line produced when the voltages is applied to Y plates while no voltage is applied to X
plates. The length of this line corresponds to the peak-to-peak voltage.
When dealing with sinusoidal voltages, the rms value is given by dividing the peak-to-peak
voltage by 2 2 .
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Intensity
Focus
Gratinule
Off
Vertical
Position
Horizontal
Position
Vertical gain
Horizontal gain
Sweep
Vernier
4 5 6
3
2
1
7
8
9
10
0
3
2
1
0
x 10
x 10
x 100
x1
20-120 Hz
120-1400 Hz
x 100
Horizontal
Attenuator
Sync
Lock
y - input Line Phasing
x - input
Off
Ext. Sync
CRO
Y-INPUT
DC VOLTAGE
MEASUREMENT
WITH CRO
x1
20-150KHz
Vertical Ext. Sweep
Sweep
Attenuator
Selector
On
Pilot
7
8
9
10
1.4-20 KHz
Line
Regulated
Power
Supply
4 5 6
CRO
Audio
Oscillator or
Function
Generator
Y-INPUT
AC VOLTAGE
MEASUREMENT
WITH CRO
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Laboratory oscillographs frequently incorporate voltage-measurement facilities by including
constant-gain amplifiers and calibrated shift controls. The Y-shift control is adjusted so that positive
peak of the test voltage coincides with some datum line on the screen; the shift control is then operated
until the negative peak coincides with the datum. The movement of the control is arranged to read
directly the peak-to-peak voltage. The value of a current can be obtained by measuring the voltage
drop across a known resistance connected in the circuit.
Result :
A.C/D.C Voltages are measure with CRO
Questions :
1) Explain the procedure to measure A.C/D.C Voltages on the CRO.
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8. MEASUREMENT OF FREQUENCY AND PHASE USING CRO
Aim :
To study measurement of frequency with the help of Lissazaous Figures and Phase.
Equipment Required :
CRO, AF Amplifier and Connecting Probes
Theory and Procedure :
Measurement of phase and Frequency :
The characteristics of patterns that appears on the screen of CRT, when sinusoidal voltages are
simultaneously applied to horizontal and vertical plates. These patterns are called Lissajous Patterns.
(i) When two sinusoidal voltages of equal frequency which are in phase with each other are applied to the
horizontal and vertical deflection plates, the patterns appearing on the screen is a straight line.
(ii) When two equal voltages of equal frequency but with 900 phase displacement are applied to a CRO, the
trace on the screen is a circle.
1
Vy
1
0
2
4
3
Voltage applied to
Vertical Plates
same frequency
CRT
Screen
φ
0,2,4
3
V
x
0
1
2
√2V
4
3
Voltage applied to
Horizontall Plates
same frequency
Lissajous pattern with equal frequency and zero phase shift
Fig 8.1
0.4
0
CRT
Screen
4
Vy
1
3
Voltage applied to
Vertical Plates
same frequency
3
1
Vx
2
0
2
√2V
2
Voltage applied to
Horizontall Plates
same frequency
3
4
Lissajous pattern with equal frequency and a phase shift of 900
Fig 8.2
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When two equal voltages of equal frequency but with a phase shift (not equal to 00 or 900). are
applied to a CRO we obtain an ellipse. An ellipse is also obtained when unequal voltages of same frequency
are applied to the CRO.
When two sinusoidal voltages of same frequency are applied the following observations.
(i) A straight line results when the two voltages are equal and are either in phase with each other or 1800 out
of phase with each other. The angle formed with horizontal 450 when the magnitudes of voltages are equal.
An increase in the vertical deflection voltage causes the line to have an angle greater than 450 with the horizontal.
(ii) Two sinusoidal wave forms of the same frequency produce a Lissajous Pattern, which may be straight line,
a circle an ellipse depending upon the phase and magnitude of the voltages.
A circle is formed only when the magnitude of the two signals are not equal and the phase difference
between them is 900 or 2700. However, if the two voltages are not equal and are out of phase an ellipse is
formed. If the Y voltage is larger, an ellipse with vertical major axis is formed. While if the X plane voltage has
greater magnitude, the major axis of the ellipse lies along horizontal axis.
(iii) For equal voltages of same frequency progressive variations of phase voltage causes the pattern to vary
from a straight diagonal line to ellipses of different eccentricities and then to a circle, after that through another
series of ellipses and finally a diagonal straight line again.
Regardless of two amplitudes of the applied voltages the ellipre provides a simple means of finding
phase difference between two voltages, the sine wave of the phase angle between the voltages is given by.
sin θ =
Y1
Y2
X1
=
(1)
X2
Ey
CRT
Screen
1
1
0.5
5
4
0
2
φ
2
4
3
Ex
3
Voltage applied to
Horizontall Plates
3
Voltage applied to
Vertical Plates
0
1
2
5
4
Lissajous pattern with two equal voltages of same frequency and phase shift of
Fig 8.3
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Voltage applied to
Vertical Plates
Lissajous
Patterns
φ = 0 0, 360 0
φ = 30 0, 3300
φ = 60 0, 3900
φ = 90 0, 2700
φ = 1200, 2400
φ = 1500, 2100
φ = 0 0, 180 0
Voltage applied to
Horizontall Plates
t=0
Lissajous patterns with different phase shifts
Fig 8.4
For convenience, the gains of the vertical and horizontal amplifiers are adjusted so that the ellipse tilts
exactly into a square marked by the lines on the graticule.
Major Axis
Major Axis
Y
Y
Y1
Y2
Y2
Y1
X1
X
X1
X
X2
X2
(a)
(b)
termination of angle of phase shift
Fig 8.5
Frequency Measurements :
Lissajous patterns may be used for accurate measurement of frequency. The signal whose frequency
is to be measured, is applied to Y plates, An accurately calibrated standard variable frequency source is used
to supply voltage to X plates, with the internal sweep generator switched off. The standard frequency is
adjusted until the pattern appears as a circle or an ellipse, indicating that both signals are of the same frequency. Where it is not possible to adjust the standard signal frequency to the exact frequency of the unknown signal, the standard is adjusted to a multiple or submultiple of the frequency of the unknown source.
So that the pattern appears stationary.
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CRT
Screen
Ey
1
0
4
14
5
13
6
12
11
7
8
9
16
16
17
17
24
18
19
10
3
15
15
3
2
5
24 012
23 11
19
20
22
4
1
13
18
23
20
2
14
7
10
22
21
21
8
9
Ex
0
2
1
3
4
5 6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
24
23
22
21
20
19
Voltage applied to X plates
(frequency x=f)
Voltage applied to Y plates
(frequency y=2f)
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Lissajous pattern with frequency ratio 2:1
Fig 8.6
Let us consider an example suppose sine waves are applied to X and Y plates. Let the frequency of
wave applied to Y plates is twice that of the voltage applied to X plates. This means that the CRT spot travels
two complete cycles in the vertical direction against one in the horizontal direction.
The two waves start at the same instant.
Lissajous Pattern may be
constructed in the usual way and 8 shaped pattern with two loops is obtained. If the two waves do not start
at the same instant we get different patterns for the same frequency ratio. The Lissajous patterns for other
frequency ratio can be similarly drown.
It can be shown that for all the above cases, the ratio of the two frequencies is:
fy
number of times tangent touches top or bottom
=
fx
number of times tangent touches either side
number of horizontal tangencies
number of vertical tangencies
Where fy = frequency of signal applied to Y plates.
and fx = frequency of signal applied to X plates.
Two lines are drawn, one horizontal and the other vertical so that they do not pass through any
intersections of different parts of the Lissajous curve. The number of intersections of the horizontal and vertical lines with the Lissajous curve are individually counted. The frequency ratio is given by :
fy
fx
=
number of intersections of the horizontal line with the curve
number of intersections of the vertical line with the curve
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Horizontal
tangency
tangency
tangency
Vertical
tangency
Lissajous patterns with different frequency ratios
Fig 8.7
Full
tangency
Half
tangency
Half
tangency
(a)
(b)
Fig 8.8
The applications of this rule 3.10 gives a frequency ratio
The modified rule is applicable in all cases whether the Lissajous pattern is open an closed.
fy
number of horizontal tangencies
=
fx
=
number of vertical tangencies
2 + 1/2
1
=
5
1
∴ fy = 5fx
Result :
Frequencies are measured by comparison methods in the form of Lissajous Figures and measured
phase angle.
Questions:
1) Explain how do you measure frequencies with CRO.
2) How do you measure Phase difference with the help of CRO.
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9. MEASUREMENT OF MODULATION INDEX USING CRO
Aim :
Measurement of Modulation Index using CRO
Equipment :
1. Cathode Ray Oscilloscope (CRO) (Dual or single trace)
2. Standard Signal Generator (SSG)
3. Ragulator Power Supply (RPS Unit)
4. Audio Oscillator or Function Generator
5. Pulse Generator
6. CRO Probe
Theory and Procedure :
The Cathode Ray Oscillaoscope (CRO) is very useful measuring instrument in laboratories &
in research work. This instrument is used for display & measurement of various electrical parameters
like ac or dc voltage time, frequency, phase relartionships, risetime, fall time & indirect measurement
of ac or dc current.
The heart of a CRO is its cathode ray tube (Circuit). To operate this Circuit the oscilloscope
has a sweep oscillator, deflection amplifers (horizontal & vertical), power supply circuit & a number
of controls, switches & input terminals on the Front panel.
An electron beam produced by the electron gun in the Circuit strikes the fluorerscent screen.
As a result, a bright spot is observed on the screen of the Circuit. By applying voltages to the horizontal & vertical deflection plates, the beam is deflected in any desired direction.
To display a voltage wave it is connected to the vertical input of the scope. To the horizontal
deflection plates a sawtooth wave voltage is applied internally.
If we connect sine wave voltages to both the vertical & horizontal inputs, we get a display
called lissajous pattern. The shape of this pattern depends upon the frequency ratio of the two
sinusoidal waves.
CRO
AMSSG
or
RF SIGNAL
Y-INPUT
GENERATOR
MODULATION
INDEX
MEASUREMENT
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Modulation Index measurement:
1. Connect the output of the standard signal generator to the y-input terminals of the CRO.
2. The modulated signal is applied to the y-input terminals.
3. Adjust the sweep frequency to sub-harmonic frequency of the modulating frequency.
Vmax − Vmin
4. The depth of modulcation m = V + V
max
min
MODULATION INDEX MEASUREMENT ON CRO
Result :
Modulation Index with CRO.
Questions :
1) Measure the modulation index of AM wave?
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10. STUDY AND USE OF PATTERN GENERATOR
Aim :
To study and use of pattern generator
Theory :
Block Diagram of pattern generator :
A pattern generator provides video signals, direct and indirect and with RF modulation, on the
standard T.V channels for alignment, testing and servicing of T.V receivers. The output signal is
designed to produce simple patterns.
1. Chess board pattern
3. Vertical bars
5. Plain Raster
7. Dot pattern
2. Horizontal bars
4. Corner chess board pattern
6. Cross hatched
Block Diagram :
The block diagram of pattern generator as follows.
patterns
Controlled switches
Blanking and
gating pulses
Vertical bar
generator
Cross hatch and
checker board
pattern generator
Frequency
control
Blanking and
gating
pulses
Horizontal bar
generator
Frequency
control
Patterns
video signal
Vertical bars
SW 2
Checker board
SW 3
Cross hatches
SW 4
Horizontal bars
SW 5
White
Composit
sync
Blanking and Master Sync generator
gating pulse oscillator
and delay
generator
circuit
1 KHz pul se
generator
SW 1
FM
modulator
Patterns video
signal and sync
VHF
modulator
HIgh
Composite modulated
RF output
Low
5.5 MHz
carrier
Channel
carrier
Modulated sound
signal output
Simplified functional block diagram of a
pattern-cum-sound signal generator
Fig 10.1
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The pattern generator contains two stable chains of multivibrators,
dividers and pulse shaping circuits, one below the line frequency to produce a series of horizontal bars
and the other above 15,625 Hz to produce vertical bars. The signals are modified into short duration
pulses which fed to the video section to the receiver. Along with the sync pulse train produce fine lines
on the screen.
Output from the multivibrator produces square wave video signal at “m” times the horizontal
frequency to provide vertical black and white bars. After every “m” cycles, the horizontal blanking
pulses triggers the multivibrator for synchronizing the bar signal on each line. We can vary the number of bars of the front panel controls of the pattern generator by changing its frequency.
In the same way, square wave pulses derived either from 50Hz mains or from the master oscillators are used to trigger another set of multivibrators to generate square wave video signal that is “n”
times the vertical frequency. When these are fed to the video amplifier they produce horizontal black
and white bars. The switching rate of the multivibrator can be controlled by a potentiometer. It
controls the number of B/W horizontal bars. The sync and blanking pulses are added to these signals
prior to modulation.
A master oscillator is used to generate blanking and gating pulses and sync generation. The
composite sync signal is given to the pattern video signal and sync adder. The output of vertical and
horizontal bar generator goes to cross hatch and checker board pattern generator. The pattern video
signal is given to the adder. From this adder the signal goes to the VHF modulation.
Amplitude modulation takes place over the carrier frequency of the channel selected and the
composite modulated radio frequency output is available in high or low level from the output sockets.
The master oscillator, sync generator and blanking generator supply the blanking pulses getting pulses
to the multivibrators that generate vertical and horizontal bar signals.
A 1KHz audio oscillator generate a signal which is frequency modulated over a carrier of
5.5.MHz. This serves the purpose of the frequency modulated from the testing of the audio section.
Its output is available over a separate socket marked as audio output sound signal.
The combination of switches mH and nV, the multivibrators generate different patterns.
Switch mH
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
Switch nV
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
Output pattern
Pure white raster
Horizontal bars
Vertical bars
Cross hatch.
The horizontal bar pattern is used for checking vertical linearity. The vertical bar pattern is
used for checking horizontal linearity.
The cross hatch pattern is used for both linearity. Picture centering and aspect ratio. The dot
pattern is suitable for checking and adjusting the static convergence of the picture in the centre of the
screen with a low ambient brightness.
The white pattern, with no information is suitable for checking uniformity of brightness over
the entire screen in the absence of hum.
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Colour patterns are suitable for checking colour purity, proper colour reproduction and over all
performance of the receiver. The test signals available with pattern generator are (1) RF signals (2) IF
signals (3) Video signals.
Specifications of Pattern Generator :
Specifications :
Input power = 230 V/ 50Hz
Output power = 6 Watt
FM Carrier = 5.5 MHz
Internal signal = 1KHz sync wave
Test signals : Vertical bars
Horizontal bars
Chess board pattern
Cross hatch
Checker board
While - circle
on black back ground
RF output : 100 mV peak to peak
Contents :
Line frequency, Video output, ON/OFF switch, RF socket
FM socket, Pattern selector switch, Control to change vertical or horizontal bars.
Procedure :1. Connect the pattern generator output to the T.V. receiver.
2. Switch on the pattern generator.
3. Set the T.V. receiver to the designed channel using band selector switch and channel selector switch.
Band I - Channels 2 to 4
Band III - Channels 5 to 12
Result :
1. Checking the line and frame time bar linearity
2. Checking picture height and width
3. Checking video IF
4. Checking and adjustment of sound IF stage.
5. Checking of the AGC section
6. Trouble shooting video amplifier using variable video output.
Questions :
1) Study the given pattern generator and its use/applications.
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11. STUDY OF BATTERY ELIMINATOR AND MEASUREMENT OF
STANDARD VOLTAGES AT VARIOUS POINTS
Aim :
To study of Battery Eliminator and measurement of standard voltages at various points
Theory :
Battery Eliminator :
Almost all of the electronic equipments require d.c power supply for their operation. Even
those equipments to which we provide a.c. mains supply, to conver ac supply in to d.c. Supply to
various electronic circuits are used.
The battery eliminator are used for small power applications, such as radio receiver, emergency light charger etc.,
The battery eliminator circuit has got following blocks.
AC input
signal
AC input
signal
step down
transformer
fullwave
rectifier
filter
DC POWER SUPPLY BLOCK DIAGRAM
Fig 11.1
i AC supply from mains
ii. Step down transformer
iii. Full wave rectifier
iv. Filter.
i. AC Supply : A or ac supply line voltage is 230V/ 50 Hz.
ii. Step down transformer : The step down transformer is used to reduce or step down the ac supply
to a low value. In this number of primary turns is more compare to number of turns in secondary. The
supply obtained from secondary of the transformer is in the form of sine wave.
The transformer is a device which transfers ac power from primary to secondary at constant
frequency.
iii. Rectifier circuit : By using semi conductor PN Junction diodes the supply in the form sine / square
wave is rectified using this in form of pulsating either positive half cycles or negative half cycles.
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The rectifier circuits are three types. They are as follows.
(a) Half wave rectifier (By using single diode)
(b) Full wave rectifier (By using two diodes)
(c) Bridge rectifier (By using four diodes)
iv. Filter : In this circuit pulsating positive / negative half cycles are converted into smooth dc. supply.
By using an electrolyte capacitor the pulsating half cycles are filtered to get a d.c. supply. This
dc. supply is got ripple.
Specifications of Battery eliminators
Input ac. supply
: 230V / 50 Hz from mains.
Output voltages
: 1.5V, 3.0V, 4.5V, 6.0V, 9V,12V, 15V, 20V d.c
Current
: 100mA, 150mA, 200mA, 250mA, 300mA, 500mA, 1A, 2A.
Ripple
: 41.2%, 121% for half wave rectifier
Powers
: 100mW, 200mW, 250mW, 300mW, 500mW, 1W
Input supply indicator: a LED shows the ac. supply
Out supply
: Indicates with LED supply position
Fuse
: An ac fuse is provided
DC supply
: Output dc supply is taken through proper probes with connectors/crocodile clips.
Voltage regulation : It is the ratio of difference of no load voltage to load voltage to no load voltage.
Generally voltage regulation is denoted in percentage by multiplying by 100
=
x 100 voltage regulation.
Applications :Battery eliminators are used for dc supply in radio receiver, tape recorder, battery charges for
all domestic appliances. Atomic reactors, and small power requirements in electronic circuits.
Battery Eliminator Circuit working : -
π
6V
2π
+
primary
3π
π
π
D1
4π
time
230V
50Hz
-
secondary
input
signal
2π time
centre tapping
phase inversion
6V
time
6V
π 2πtime
6V dc supply with ripple
time
V0
+
D2
6V
π 2π
time
Fig 4.2
C
RL
6V
2π
π
time
-
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The battery eliminator circuit consists of the following components.
1. Step down transformer centre tapped. 6-0-6v.
2. Semi conductors diodes D1, D2 - IN4007
3. An electrolytic capacitor 1000µF/15V.
4. Load resistance RL = 600Ω
Step-down transformer :
The transformer used for this purpose is a step-down centre tapped transformer.
At primary of the transformer a.c main supply is given 230V/50Hz. The winding is so designed to get a secondary to get 6V. a.c. supply.
A centre tapped transformer is one which inverts polarity at tapping terminal i.e. if a positive
pulse supplied to diode D1 and the same D2 is gets a negative pulse and there is a phase difference of
1800
Diode D1 working :
As soon as a positive half cycle received by the diode D1. the D1 moves into forward bias
mode in the time period 0-π seconds. As soon as a negative half cycle received by the diode D1 moves
into reverse bias mode and there is no conduction between time period π-2π in complete cycle of
operation. This repeats in each cycle of operation.
Diode D2 working :
As soon as the diode D2 receives the negative half cycle and it waves into reverse bias mode
during the time 0-π seconds. As soon as a positive half cycles receives the D2 and it moves into
forward bias mode and hence there is a conduction in time π-2π seconds, in a complete cycle operation. This repeats in each cycle of operation.
At the ends two cathodes wave forms are added and get two positive half cycles in the operation in one complete cycle.
Capacitor C :
The capacitor charges positive half cycle and discharges through a capacitor. In the capacitor
the positive half cycles are connected into a d.c. voltage with some ripple.
Resistor RL :
This resister consider as load resistance. On this resistance we get an output dc supply voltage.
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Transformer
Primary
Secondary
Voltage
Voltage
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Voltage on
Dl
D2
DC voltage on C
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Result:
Battery Eliminator working is studied and measured voltages at various points mentioned above.
Questions:
1) Study the given battery eliminator measure the voltages at servicing points.
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12. RECTIFY THE FAULTS IN BATTERY ELIMINATOR
Aim :
To study Faulty finding in Battery Eliminator.
Operettas Required :
Multimeter, Soldering Rod, Lead, Paste and servicing tools.
Theory and Procedure :
Faults in the Battery Eliminator :
The following faults can be identify during servicing of Battery Eliminator.
1. Loose connections between components.
2. Fuse burning
3. Power chord may be faulty
4. Transformer may be faulty
5. Diodes may be faulty
6. Capacitor may be faulty.
Rectification Procedure:
Open the cabinet and observe the physical position of inter connections between cabinet to
circuit and circuit connections on the PCB. The rectification procedure involves in three steps they are
1. Visual checkup
2. Resistance analysis
3. Voltage analysis
1. Visual Checkup:
Now see the Physical position of the circuit and inter connections. If dust is form and the
circuit inside the cabinet. With the help of electrical blower pump the air inside the cabinet. Now all
the dust goes in the air and the circuit and cabinet appears cleanly. Now see the physical connections
of the wires. If any wire is found disconnected connect it properly.
Now give the AC supply to the battery eliminator circuit and check transformer primary,
secondary AC voltages and also measure DC voltage on capacitor. If voltages are measured as per the
circuit condition. Then the battery eliminator is found OK. Otherwise with the help of multimeter go
for second test resistance analysis.
2. Resistance Analysis:
Keep the multimeter in low resistance range. Switch of the power supply and check the
continuety of transformer primary, secondary, center tab to diodes cathodes and finally check the
continuety on capacitor.
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π
6V
input
signal
2π time
6V
time
π
primary
2π
+
4π
time
230V
50Hz
-
secondary
D1
3π
π
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centre tapping
phase inversion
6V
π 2πtime
6V dc supply with ripple
time
V0
+
D2
6V
π 2π
time
C
RL
6V
π 2π time
-
If above continuety point properly then the circuit is in working condition. Otherwise if any
component found open or shorted replace new one and repeat the process while giving AC main
supply to the Battery Eliminator.
3. Voltage Analysis:
Measurement of AC Voltage :
1. AC Voltage is measured at transformer primary and secondary at two tapping terminal
positions.
2. DC Voltage is measured on capacitor.
Above two voltages are as per specifications then the battery eliminator problem is rectified.
S.No.
Transformer
Primary
Secondary
Voltage
Voltage
Voltage on
Dl
D2
DC voltage on C
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Result:
Electronic faulty equipment servicing procedure visual checkup, resistance analysis and
voltage analysis is follow to rectify the problem in battery eliminator.
Questions :
1) Given Battery Eliminator output is 0 V. How do you checkup the battery eliminator write procedure.
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13. STUDY OF ELECTRONIC STABILIZER AND MEASUREMENT OF
STANDARD VOLTAGES AT VARIOUS POINTS
AIM:
To study of Electronic Stabilizer and Measurement of standard voltages at various points.
Equipment Needed:
Stabilizer Kit, Servicing Tools and Instruments,
Theory:
Block diagram of electronic stabilizer :
An electronic voltage stabilizer consists of the following blocks.
They are
1. Regulated dc power supply
2. Voltage level sensor
3. Voltage comparator
4. Relay driver
5. Relay chatter preventor and Hysteresis.
regulated DC
AC supply power supply
voltage level
sensor
voltage
comparitor
relay driver
relay
chatter
output
priventer &
hysterysis
Regulated dc power supply :
A dc power supply consists following components.
step down transformer
Rectifier circuit
Filter circuit
Regulator circuit
(i) A step down transformer is used to reduce 230V ac supply to a low ac voltage
(ii) Rectifiers are three types
Half wave rectifier
Full wave rectifier
Bridge rectifier
The rectifier circuit is used to rectify ac voltage in to pulsating positive / negative half cycle in
specified periodic time / cycle.
(iii) Filter : The pulsating positive / negative half cycles are filtered by an electrolytic capacitor with
appropriate value of capacitance. The capacitors converts it in to smooth dc voltage with some ripple.
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The filters circuits are following types capacitor filter
T Filter
TT Filter
(iv) Regulator : This circuit gives constant dc voltage output from regulator circuit. The regulars are
three types.
Zener voltage regular
Shunt regulator
Series regulator
Specifications of Electronic stabilizer:
Input : AC mains voltage 230V/50Hz. Variations in supply voltage - 10% tolerance
= 207V - 253V
Output supply : 230V/50Hz
Current rating : 250mA, 0-5A, 1A, 2A
Comparator using op-Amp
Op-Amp as an inverted comparator
CMOS comparator
Relay Drivers
Relay drivers with inverter
Schmitt trigger.
Simple Electronic stabilizer:
N/C
D
A
D1
1N4002
R6
390K
R7
4.7K
D3
1N4148
N/O
20V
C1
100µF
C
Main
Transformer
AC main supply
D2
1N4002
30V
C2
100µF
20V Zener
R5
1.8K
T1
BC147A
R2
3.3K
P1
2.2K
R1
6.8K
R4
3.3K
R3
6.8K
T2
BC147A
R8
47Ω
output
socket
(15A)
N
P
N
B
The above figure shows the circuit of automatic electronic voltage stabilizer using separate
sensor and relay driver winding
In this circuit a separate winding is used 20V for relay driving and 30V winding for supplying
the various input voltages to the sensor circuit.
In this circuit the auto transformer has four tappings A,B,C,D. The input is supplied between
point B and D through ON/OFF switch and fuse. The output is taken either between point A and D or
between point C and D.
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When the output is taken from point A, the output transformer operator as step-up transformer.
When the output taken from point C the auto transformer operates as step-down transformer.
The common from input supply is connected to common of auto transformer point D and to the
common of output socket. This automatic stabilizer has limited range but still it is useful as it cover
the sufficient range for operating devices.
This circuit consist of separate winding 20V used to supply the voltage proportional to the
varying mains supply to the sensor circuit and to drive the relay which is turn changes the output.
The pole of the relay is connected directly to the phase of the output socket, the common
connected pin N/C of the relay is connected to the point A of auto transformer, the orderly connected
to point C of auto transformer.
The main components of sensor circuit are a rectifier diode D2, filter capacitor C2, potential
divider formed by R1, R2 and P1 and Zener diode Z1 for comparison of changing input voltage. The
driver consists of rectifier diode D1 to rectify the input from driver winding of 20V, filter capacitor C1,
Two NPN transistors BC 147A for switching and the relay connected to the collector of transistor T2.
The positive feedback to the base of transistor T1 from collector of Transistor T2 through
resistor R6 is used for high switching and to maintain the stability. The potentiometer P1 is used to set
the limit of maximum voltage.
Under normal operating conditions the transistor T1 is ON. The relay is in de-energized state
pole connected to N/C and the auto transformer as the output is taken from the tapping A.
When the input voltage is more than the pre determined level set by potentiometer P1. The
transistor T1 switches OFF and in turn switches ON the transistor T2. This energises the relay connected to N/O or O/C pin. The output is taken from the tapping “C” auto transformer which operates
as step-down transformer.
The diode D3 connected in parallel to the relay is used to eliminate the back emf. The potential
divider formed by resistor R3 and R8 are used to raise the emitter voltage and to make sure that both
the transistors switch alternately.
S.No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Transformer
Primary
Secondary
Voltage
Voltage
Output Voltage on Socket
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Result:
Electronic stabilizer kit is studied measured input and output voltages.
Questions :
1) Study the given electronic stabilizer kit, measure the input output voltages.
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14. RECTIFY THE FAULTS IN ELECTRONIC STABILIZER
Aim :
To find out the faults in given stabilizer.
Operettas Required :
Multimeter, Soldering Rod, Lead, Paste and servicing tools.
Faults in electronic Stabilizer :
The following faults were observed in stabilizer.
1. Burning fuse for short circuits
2. Failure of regulated power supply
Transformer failure
Diodes failure
Filtering capacitors failure
Failure in regulating circuits
3. Failure of voltage level sensors.
4. Failure of voltage comparator
5. Failure of relay and relay drivers
Rectification Procedure:
Open the cabinet and observe the physical position of inter connections between cabinet to
circuit and circuit connections on the PCB. The rectification procedure involves in three steps they are
1. Visual checkup
2. Resistance analysis
3. Voltage analysis
1. Visual Checkup:
Now see the Physical position of the circuit and inter connections. If dust is form and the
circuit inside the cabinet. With the help of electrical blower pump the air inside the cabinet. Now all
the dust goes in the air and the circuit and cabinet appears cleanly. Now see the physical connections
of the wires. If any wire is found disconnected connect it properly.
Now give the AC supply to the battery eliminator circuit and check transformer primary,
secondary AC voltages and also measure DC voltage on capacitor. If voltages are measured as per the
circuit condition. Then the battery eliminator is found OK. Otherwise with the help of multimeter go
for second test resistance analysis.
2. Resistance Analysis:
Keep the multimeter in low resistance range. Switch of the power supply and check the
continuety of transformer primary, secondary, center tab to diodes cathodes and finally check the
continuety on capacitor.
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If above continuety point properly then the circuit is in working condition. Otherwise if any
component found open or shorted replace new one and repeat the process while giving AC main
supply to the Battery Eliminator.
N/C
D
A
D1
1N4002
R7
4.7K
R6
390K
D3
1N4148
N/O
20V
C1
100µF
C
Main
Transformer
AC main supply
D2
1N4002
30V
C2
100µF
20V Zener
R5
1.8K
R1
6.8K
T1
BC147A
R2
3.3K
P1
2.2K
R4
3.3K
R3
6.8K
T2
BC147A
R8
47Ω
output
socket
(15A)
N
P
N
B
3. Voltage Analysis:
Measurement of AC Voltage :
1. AC Voltage is measured at transformer primary and secondary at two tapping terminal
positions.
2. DC Voltage is measured on capacitor.
Above two voltages are as per specifications then the battery eliminator problem is rectified.
Result:
Electronic faulty equipment servicing procedure visual checkup, resistance analysis and
voltage analysis is follow to rectify the problem in Electronic stablilizer.
Question :
1) Rectify the faults in electronic stabilizer.
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15. STUDY OF EMERGENCY LIGHT AND MEASUREMENT
OF STANDAR D VOLTAGES
Aim :
Study of emergency light and measurement of standard voltages.
Operettas Required :
Multimeter, Soldering Rod, Lead, Paste and servicing tools.
Thoery :
The emergency light block diagram consists of four blocks. They are
1. Battery changing circuit from a.c. mains.
2. Battery Rechargable
3. Trans starised oscillator
4. Table
Emergency light block diagram.
Battery charging : The battery charging circuit consists of a full wave rectifier with capacitor
filter gets dc voltage to charge the battery 6V. The components used for this purpose is
1. A step down transformer 6V-0-6V.
2. Diodes In 4007 - 2 No.s
3. Electrolyste capacitor C =
4. Battery changing switch - S1
When S1 is closed rectified and filtered voltage comes to the rechargable battery.
Battery : Every rechargable battery posses battery ratings i.e. AH. This AH (amperce hour)
rating indicates the capacity of the battery. Generally 3.5 AH to 6AM are indicated on the
rechargable battery and which provide illumination 30 minutes to 1 hour.
Transistorised oscillater :
A weigh bridge oscillator is used to get standard sustained
oscillations. The standard oscillations when switch S2 is closed goes
to primary of the
step - up transformer. The step up transformer
output is given to a fluroscent tube orbulb to gave illumination ac
supply from mains fails.
Specifications of energency light : The emergency light specifications as follows.
Power rating
Battery types
: 2W, 4W, 6W, 8W, 10W, 20W and 40W
: Rechargable battery with Ampere hour ratings 2.5AH, 4AH, 4.5 AH, 5AH,
6AH more AH rating gives the more time illumination.
Transformer : 6V-0-6V a cnetre tapped transformer
Current ratings : 200mA, 300mA, 500mA, 1A for charging
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For connected at load it is a step-up transformer as per design requirement of power..
Transister
: 2N3055 or any other equivalent used as an oscillator.
Switch
: S1, S2
S1 is 5A switch
S2 is 2A switch
Battery
Charging
Battery 6V
Transistorised
Oscillator
Tube or
Bulb
Indicaters
: Charging, discharging a seperates LED’s are arranged to show charging from ac.
mains, main fails discharging to gave illumination.
Tube Holders : Asper design based power rating
Cabinet
: This is assembled in a cabinet made from plastic
Results
: Emergency light circuit, operating controls, standard voltages are studied.
Standard voltages are input supply voltage 230 V AC , Battery eliminator output 6 V DC. oscillator
output voltage 6 V AC step up transfarmer output 100 to 150 V AC. at tube light.
Questions
:
Study the given emergency light block diagram and identify the standard voltage ?
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16. RECTIFY THE FAULTS IN EMERGENCY LIGHT
Aim :
To study faults in emergency light.
Operettas Required :
Multimeter, Soldering Rod, Lead, Paste and servicing tools.
Thoery :
Faults emergency light rectification
1. Battery charging circuit may fails
2. Battery weaken
3. Inverter circuit fails
4. Failure of tube i.e. burns
1. Visual Checkup:
Now see the Physical position of the circuit and inter connections. If dust is form and the
circuit inside the cabinet. With the help of electrical blower pump the air inside the cabinet. Now all
the dust goes in the air and the circuit and cabinet appears cleanly. Now see the physical connections
of the wires. If any wire is found disconnected connect it properly.
Now give the AC supply to the emergency light circuit and check transformer primary,
secondary AC voltages and also measure DC voltage on capacitor. If voltages are measured as per the
circuit condition. Then the battery eliminator is found OK. Otherwise with the help of multimeter go
for second test resistance analysis.
2. Resistance Analysis:
Keep the multimeter in low resistance range. Switch of the power supply and check the
continuety of transformer primary, secondary, center tab to diodes cathodes and finally check the
continuety on capacitor.
If above continuety point properly then the circuit is in working condition. Otherwise if any component found open or shorted replace new one and repeat the process while giving AC main supply to the
Battery Eliminator.
3. Voltage Analysis:
Measurement of AC Voltage :
1. AC Voltage is measured at transformer primary and secondary at two tapping terminal
positions.
2. DC Voltage is measured on battery.
Above two voltages are as per specifications then the battery eliminator problem is rectified.
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Result:
Electronic faulty equipment servicing procedure visual checkup, resistance analysis and
voltage analysis is follow to rectify the problem in emergency light.
Questions :
Find out the fault in given emergency light.
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17. FAMILIARIZE WITH LANDLINE TELEPHONE,
CORDLESS TELEPHONE, CELLPHONES
Aim :
To study operating controls Landline Telephone, Cardless Telephone and Cell phone.
Equipment Required :
Landline Telephone, Cardless Telephone and Cell phone.
Thoery :
Comparisons, Telephone land line, cardless telephone and cellphone
Land line telephone
cardless telephone
cellphone
Main control exchange
telephone lines are
distributed
card less telephone
can be operated
50 metres distance
from its control point
Main control from
station it oeprates
without any wire
No battery is needed
it is got superate
dc supply
Needs seperate
chargeble cell
Needs battery
chargeble type
Not portable
From telephone
can talk.
portable any
where we can talk
Telephone relay
IC based system
is used
Microprocessor
based system.
Telephone Transmitter : It is a system in which sound evanes are converted in electrical signals.
Then the signal is further processed.
Telephone receiver : It is a device in which electrical signal is converted in to sound signal and
information is communicated.
Telephones tones : Dial tone, ring tone, engage tone, number unobtainable tones.
Electronic private automatic branch exchange : It is a main unit in which number of lines of telephones can perform.
Intercom : It is an internal communication system with in a college, office, factory, hotels. It is a short
distance communication system.
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Tones in Telephone Exchange:
The various tones used in telephone exchange as follows:
1. Dial tone
2. Ring tone
3. Busy tone / engage tone
4. Number unobtainable tone
Dial tone : This tone is returned to the calling subscriber from the first group selector and indicates
that the exchange is ready to accept dialling from the subscriber. thus a subscriber must first hear the
dial tone, and then start dialling. More ofter by the time, the subscriber lifts his handset and brings it
near his ear, the dial tone is returned from the exchange. The dial tone stops as soon as the first digit
is dialled. It is a continuous tone of 33Hz.
Ring tone : This tone is returned to the calling subscriber from the final selector when the bell of the
called partys telephone is ringing. It stops as soon as the called party answers by lifting his handset. It
is an interupted tone of 133Hz interruption as follows.
0.4 seconds on 0.2 seconds off, 0.4 seconds on 2 seconds off and so on.
Busy tone : This tone is returrned to the the calling subscriber from the final selector when the called
party is engaged. This tone also sent from any of the group selector stages,when the particular group
selector fails to find out free selector of the next stage, and steps to the 11th contact of the level. The
tone stops only when the calling subscriber replaces his handset. It is an interrupted tone of 400 Hz
with interruptions as follows.
0.75 sec on, 0.75 sec. off, and so on
Number unobtained tone : This tone is returrned to the calling subscriber from the final selector
when the called party’s line is out order or disconnected or not available for some other reason. It is
a continuous tone of 400Hz.
Result:
landline, cardless and cell phones operating controls, tones and comparisons are studied.
Questions :
Explain the comparisons of landline, cordless and cell phones operating controls and
maintanence.
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18. IDENTIFY THE DIFFERENT STAGES OF OPERATING CONTROLS,
OF DVD PLAYER
Aim :
Identify the different stages of operating controls, DVD player.
Equipment Required :
A DVD player, A colour T.V. Receiver, VCDs and connecting probes.
Thoery :
The DVD player has six main sections. They are:
1) Power supply sector
2) Disc Drive & Lens Unit.
3) Logic Card
4) Audio Amplifier Section
5) Front Panel & Display
6) Back Panel.
Choose apropriate Video Connection from DVD Player to TV Receiver following Methods:
Stereo Audio : Connect to the left/ right audio inputs of your TV Set.
Composite Video: This connection is popular, you can find the composite video input jack on teh
back poanel of most TV set. With this connection, Video Setup should be set to OFF in the
Component Video: COMPONENT connector is one of video standarad in America and China. It can
offer the best picture qualituy, and it can still trnsmit progress scan signal. To finish this \
connection you must connect the unit and TV set by using three cables, and each of component
video jacks had been marked as Y/Pb/Pr(Y/Cb/Cr). Please connect them one to one correctly.
With this connection, Video Setup should be set to YUV in the VIDEO menu.
S-Video: A TV set usually support compsoite video or s-video input, but s -video connection can offer
better picture quality than composite video connection. With this connection, Video Setup
should be set to OFF in the Video menu.
VGA OUT: Generally , the D-Sub connector is widely used to transmit the progressive signal for
computer; this connection will keep the picture best quality. The lastest display monitor such
as PDP, Progressive Scan TV set, and Projector can support this connection.
Audio Components:
Channel Audio: Connect 5.1 channels audio output of the unit and corresponding input of amplifier
by 5.1 channels audio cable, plese set “OFF” mode in “Speaker setup page”
Stereo Audio:Connection to the left / right audio inputs of your TV set, or 2 -channel analog
amplifier. With this connection, all Analog out options should be set to 2 channels mode:
LR / RT.
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TV Display: Depending on the type of television you have, you may want to adjust the screen setting
(aspect ratio)
Normal / PS:You can see central portion of the Anamorphic wide screen picture on 4.3 TV. The
extreme left and right side of movie picture will be cut off.
Normal / LB: You will see the total Anamorphic wide Screen picture on 4.3 TV, but black bars will
appear at the toip and botton of the screen
Wide:
Select it if you are connecting the player to a wide screen TV set. However, DVDs
recorded with 4.3 ratio cannot be viewed as the full 16.9 picture even if you made this
setup.
Angle Mark: Set it on: When playing multi- angle DVD disc, a logo like 1/2 will be shown auto
matically on top right TV screen, it mean that the DVD you are playing has two angle
and you are watching the first angle, you can change viewing angle by pressing ANGLE
button on remote control.
Set it off:
The player will not display the angle mark, though you are playing multi- angle DVD
disc.
Captions:
Set it on: Make sure that the DVD disc you are playing has captions on it, and change
your colour system of TV to NTSC, then a caption may be show on TV screen, or not,
because a few TV set can support display captions.
Set it off:
Disable the function, caption will not be shown.
Notice:
It is quite different from subtitle, subtitle is used to explain the vocal, and captions not
only explain it but also give you more information about film. It is very useful for deaf
man.
Speaker setup:The unit can mix a multi - channel sound to encode a two - channel sound, it’s called
downmix.
LT/RT:
For Dolby Pro Logic Surround stereo sound output. It is a matrix encoding process
enabling stereo soundtracks to cartry four channels of audio information - left , centre,
rigth and surround
Front Speaker / Centre Speaker / Rear Speaker / Sub woofer: If the DOWNMIX mode is tuned
OFF, then select how you want your front speakers or reawd speakers or center speak
ers to be set; either to small (standard setting) or to lage. Large means that Bass &
Treble audio is sent to the speakers. Small means only Treble audio is sent to the
speaker.
you can also switch OFF the centre speaker, the Rear / L/R surround speakers and
subwoofer.
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FRONT PANEL CONTROLS OF DVD PLAYER
REAR PANEL CONTROLS OF DVD PLAYER
We suggest you switch the subwoofer on in order to hear more bass sound.
Component: Select appropriate video output option for your connection.
OFF
For composite video and S-Video connection.
YUV
for component video connection.
RGB
fro RGB connection.
T.V. Mode:
Select Interlace or Progressive Scan signal output option for your monitor.
Interlace:
for common (analog) TV types.
P-Scan:
for TV set supported progressive scan signal input. please choose it carefully, most of
TV set can’t support P-Scan signal, and blank screen will happen.
Quality:
Adjust picture quality through sharpness, brightness, contrast option.
First you must stop the unit, then you can go into the video output.
TV Types:
To set various colour system signal for the video output.
PAL:
The TV broadcast system used in UK, Germany and other countries. It will be ouitput
to your TV when you select “PAL”
Multi:
Select it if you have a multi system TV set compatible with NTSC and PAL
NTSC:
The TV broadcast system used in Korea, Japan, recorded in NTSC colour system.
This will be output to your TV when you select “NTSC”
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DVD Operating Controls:
Following these steps to play a DVD, CD or VCD disc:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Turn on the TV
Set the TV to the AV input connection to the player.
Turn down the volume on your amplifier and the power it on.
SEt the amplifier to the AV input connection to the player.
Turn on the power button on the back panel of the player, then press standby button on the
front panel.
Press OPEN / CLOSE on the remote control or front poanel to open the disc tray.
Place the disc in the tray with the label side facing up and playback side facing down. If the
disc has two sides, place the disc with the desired label facing up.
Press OPEN / CLOSE again to close the disc tray.
Press PLAY on the remote control or front panel. Many discs will load and begin playing
automatically when the disc tray is close. If the DVD has a disc menu, or more than one title,
Adjust the volumen of the player by pressing th eVOLUME button on the remote control.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
To freeze playback , press PAUSE / STEP.
To resume normal play back, press PLAY.
To go to the next or previous chapter / track, press NEXT or PREVIOUS.
To Scan forward or backward at variable speeds during playback, press F.FWD or F.REW.
To play in slow motion at variable speeds, press SLOW button repeatedly.\
To stop playback, press STOP once. To resume playback from the same place on the disc,
press PLAY.
To stop playback completely and restart the disc, press STOP twice. To restart the disc, press
PLAY
A DVD is divided into long sections of a picture or a music feature called “titles” When you play a
DVD that contains several titles, you can select the title you want using the TITLE button.
When you play DVDs that allow you to select items such as the languages for the subtitles and the
languages for the sound, select these items using the MENU button.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
The disc’s menu appears on the TV screen.
The content of the menu variables from disc to disc.
Press
or the number buttons to select the item you want to play or change.
Press PLAY button.
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Playing VIDEO CDs with PBC functions.
PBC (Playback Control) allows you to play VIDEO CDs interactively by following the menu on the
TV Screen.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Start playing a VIDEO CD with PBC functions. The menu for your selection appears.
Select the item number youwant by pressing
or the number buttons.
Press play button.
Switch PBC functions on and off by pressing PBC functions.
Result:
Operating controls of DVD player and functions are studied.
Question:
Explain the Operating Controls of DVD player ?
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19. IDENTIFY THE DIFFERENT STAGES OF REMOTE CONTROL
Aim :
Identify the different stages of Remote Control Transmeter, Receiver
Equipment Required :
A remote controler and a colour TV receiver.
Thoery :
A remote controler transmitor has got following controler: They are :
Power button: Switch set off temporarily to standby mode. The redlight indicator lights up when the
set is on standby mode.
To Switch on set from standby mode, press Channel + / = Digit (0-9) or power button.
Personal Zapping buttons:
As personal Zapping buttons, you can surf up to 10 personal channels for each button.
For detailed description of functions, refer to section on “Personal Zapping”
Smiley button:
ence list. For detailed described of functions, refer to section on “Using your personal
Zapping feature”.
Smart Sound Button:
Press the Smart sound button repeatedly to access 13 different types of sound settings
Cursor Up button:
Allows you to select the next item on the menu.
Cursor Left button:
Allows you to select the sub - menus and adjust the settings.
Volume + / -- button:
Increases or decreases volume.
A/CH( Alternate channel) button:
Allows you to change between the current channel and teh previous channel.
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Frownie button:
Allows to delete stored personal preference channels in your personal preference list.
for detailed description of functions, refer to section on “Personal Zapping”
Smart picture button:
Press the start Picture button repeatedly to access 5 different types of picture settings
Cursor Right button:
Allows you to select the next item on the menu.
Channel + / -- buttons:
Allows you to display the current channel number. It also allows to exit menu from the
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Mute Button:
Mutes souinds. To restore sounds, press button again.
OSD button:
Allows you to display the current channel number. Irt alos allows to exit menu from
Digit (0-9) buttons:
Press to select a channel. For a 2 -digit channel number, press the first digit and
foillowed immediately by the second digit.
A/B Button: Allows you to select the AV channels.
Sleeptimer button:
Allows you to select a time period after which the set will switch to standby mode
automatically.
Operating instructions generally explains the operation of the TV set using the buttons on the
remote control unless otherwise stated. Please read the following instructions carefully and follow the steps as shownto familiarise yourself with the installations and all features available in
Result:
Opearing controls of T.V. Remote transmitor is studied.
Question:
Explain the operating controls of a TV. Remote transmitor?
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20. RECTIFY THE FAULTS IN THE TV REMOTE CONTROL
Aim :
Rectify the faults in the TV Remote Control Transmeter, Receiver
Equipment Required :
A remote controler and a colour TV receiver.
Thoery :
A remote controler and PCB of a TV Transmitor operates on a 3 V DC supply.
When 3 V DC supply is connected the indicator glows. A remote controler as got 35 press
buttons swtiches. On pressing each button different signals are generated and a same signals
are transmited and received to TV receiver. All these pins also have been used in the key
matrix circuit of the remote control hand set. Hence push button can be used in this circuit.
Two layers of copper pins have been made on same side of PCB. Prints related to the IC chip
are present on the lower side. The upper sides of all these print have been made insulator by
putting enamil paint on them except a small circle like space of each print. Above this instulated
layer other prints have been made with golden colour. Each of this prints through a small circle
is connected with one the key matrix lines. When a push button of remote set is presseed the
conductor material present below the button shorts to golden prints that is it joints two lines of
key matrix circuit and LED emits infrared rays.
Push buttons are fixed on PCB in front panel on the hand set of the remote control. In remote
set all these buttons are fixed in a rubber sheet. The sheet has projected portions which are
flexible and can be pressed down words. Below each projected portion conductor material is
present which goes down to shart go golden prints.
Maintanence & Instructions
1.
2.
3.
Main Power button
Standby light indicator
Remote sensor
4.
5.
6.
Volume - / + buttons
Channel V /A buttons
Switch mains power on or off.
Indicate red light when standby mode is a activated.
Acts as a sensor for activating the controls of the TV
when remote control hand set is aimed at it.
Adjust sound volume softer / louder.
Select channel in descending / ascending order.
When two pen tarch cells are weeken the remote controler circuit does not operates and infrared rays
does not produce proportionally. In this context remove two cells replace new one and operation
continues.
When press buttons are disintegrated no proper contact in between circle and press button and hence
signals are not generated remote controler does not works. New press buttons are replaced on the
same place of the remote controler functions smoothly.
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Result:
Replacing weeken cells, making proper contact in between press button PCB are the
general problems occures in TV remote controler transmitor.
Question:
Explain the problems and rectification methods in a TV. Remote transmitor?
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