# Laboratory Report: Voltage Rectifier and Voltage Regulation Circuits

Topics: Rectifier, Voltage regulator, Voltage Pages: 10 (800 words) Published: November 13, 2014
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DeVry University
College of Engineering and Information Sciences

Course Number: ECET210
ProfessorLaboratory Number: 7
Laboratory Title: Voltage Rectifier and Voltage Regulation Circuits

Submittal Date:

Objectives:

1. To analyze the characteristics of rectifying diode using theoretical, simulation, and physical construction of the circuit. 2. To analyze the characteristics of voltage regulation (zener diode and voltage regulator) using theoretical, simulation, and physical construction of the circuit.

Results:

Conclusions:

Team:
Svetliza Carlos

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Observations/Measurements:

III. A. 1. A.Theoretical analysis of the rectifier diode:

Sketch the input and output signal waveforms. Record the positive and negative peak voltages and average voltage for the input and output signals. Enter the data in Table 1 under the Theoretical column.

CH-1

CH-2

Average Voltage = 318 mVPP

Voltage (V)

Theoretical
Simulation
Experimental
CH-1
Positive Peak
Voltage
5
5
5

Negative Peak
Voltage
-5
-5
-5

Average
Voltage
0
0
0
CH-2
Positive Peak
Voltage
4.3
4.5
4.4

Negative Peak
Voltage
0
0
0

Average
Voltage
1.37
1.35
1.36

Table 1 – Rectifier data

III. B. 2. Multisim simulation of the rectifier circuit:
Insert the Multisim capture of the input CH-1 and output CH-2 waveforms here. Record the positive and negative peak voltages and average voltage for the input and output signals. Enter the data in Table 1 under the Simulation column.

III. C. 1. Online: Place a digital photo of your circuit below:

III. C. 2. Hardware circuit of the Rectifier circuit:

Measure and record the positive and negative peak voltages and average voltage for the input and output signals. Enter the data in Table 1 under the Experimental column.
Either sketch the scope CH-1 and CH-2 waveforms here or insert the picture captured of the scope CH-1 and CH-2 waveforms here.

III. C. 3. Compare and comment on any differences and similarity between the Theoretical, Simulation and Experimental results.

There is a similarity in the results obtained for the rectified circuit waveform.

III. D. 1. Theoretical analysis of the filtered rectified circuit:

Sketch the input and output signal waveforms. Record the positive and negative peak voltages and average voltage for the input and output signals. Enter the data in Table 2 under the Theoretical column.

CH-1

CH-2

TDischarge =R*C= 10 ms

Voltage (V)

Theoretical
Simulation
Experimental
CH-1
Positive Peak
Voltage
5
5
5

Negative Peak
Voltage
-5
-5
-5

Average
Voltage
0
0
0
CH-2
Positive Peak
Voltage
4.3
4.5
4.4

Negative Peak
Voltage
3.9
4
4.04

Average
Voltage
4.1
4.17
4.15

Table 2 – Filtered Rectifier data

III. E. 2. Multisim simulation of the filtered rectifier circuit:
Insert the Multisim capture of the input CH-1 and output CH-2 waveforms here. Record the positive and negative peak voltages and average voltage for the input and output signals. Enter the data in Table 2 under the Simulation column.

III. F. 1. Online: Place a digital photo of your circuit below:

III. F. 2. Hardware circuit of the Filtered Rectifier circuit:

Measure and record the positive and negative peak voltages and average voltage for the input and output signals. Enter the data in Table 2 under the Experimental column.
Either sketch the scope CH-1 and CH-2 waveforms here or insert the picture captured of the scope CH-1 and CH-2 waveforms here.

III. F. 3. Compare and comment on any differences and similarity between the Theoretical, Simulation and Experimental results.

My readings were all the same for the...