Test and Measurement Lab

Main Equipments Available


1. Multi Output Power Supply:

Scientech 4077 Multiple DC Power Supply is designed as a Constant Current (CC) and Constant Voltage (CV) source for use in laboratories, industries, and field testing. With compact size, lightweight, and required for low power loss, it provides DC output voltages for Analog and Digital testing.

Scientech 4077 has excellent line and load regulation and is provided with protective circuits to ensure trouble-free operation.


2. Digital Multimeters

Digital multimeters combine the testing capabilities of single-task meters—the voltmeter (for measuring volts), ammeter (amps), and ohmmeter (ohms). Often, they include several additional specialized features or advanced options. Technicians with specific needs, therefore, can seek out a model targeted to meet their needs.


3. CRO (cathode ray oscilloscope)

The CRO stands for a cathode ray oscilloscope. It is typically divided into four sections which are display, vertical controllers, horizontal controllers, and Triggers. Most of the oscilloscopes are used probes and they are used for the input of any instrument. The applications of CRO are mainly involved in the radio, and TV receivers, also in laboratory work involving research and design. In modern electronics, the CRO plays an important role in electronic circuits.

4. Function Generator

MSG3M Series of Multi-Waveform Signal Generator series is the answer to most engineers’ test requirements. These Signal generators can be used as a signal source to check amplifiers, filters, and attenuators and also to generate in-circuit-based signals. This series of signal generators is designed to provide the user with all the specifications of a good quality Multi-waveform signal Generator while maintaining easy operability.




5. Electronic Instrumentation Training Kit

The Agilent U3000A Electronic Instrumentation Training Kit was designed specifically to assist in learning instrument operation and measurement techniques (see the figure). It’s configured to work with the four most common pieces of test equipment that every engineer uses: the digital multimeter (DMM), a power supply, an oscilloscope, and a function generator.


6. Digital Storage Oscilloscope (DSO)

Oscilloscopes are powerful tools for designing and testing electronic devices. They are vital in determining which components of a system are behaving correctly and which are malfunctioning. They can also help you determine whether or not a newly designed component behaves the way you intended. Oscilloscopes are far more powerful than multimeters because they allow you to see what the electronic signals look like.