University of Sussex Re-quip their Electrical Teaching Laboratory
University of Sussex re-quip their Electrical Teaching Laboratory with SJ Electronics
Electronics Engineering students at the University of Sussex are benefiting from new electronic equipment supplied by SJ Electronics.
The Tektronix equipment tailored for education is used by mechanical, computer, electrical and electronic engineering students in the electrical teaching lab in the Chichester building on campus.
Dr Helen Prance, Head of the Engineering department, said: “SJ Electronics have allowed us to re-equip all of the workstations in our undergraduate electrical teaching laboratory with Tektronix and Keithley equipment specifically designed to enhance the student learning experience.
“Our year 1 students have found the kit straightforward to use and it provides an ideal introduction to modern test and measurement procedures, as practiced in industry.”
The new additions to the laboratory offer high quality precision, yet are suitable for undergraduates to learn on and are representative of the products used in electronic labs in research and industry settings.
SJ Electronics supplied The University of Sussex with 25 of the following instruments:
- Tektronix Education Oscilliscopes
- Tektronix Arbitary Function Generators
- Keithley Digital Mulitmeter
- Keithey Power Supplies
World’s leading scopes enable students to learn:
- Analog and digital circuit analysis
- Time and frequency domain analysis
- Parallel and serial bus analysis
- Complete selection of probes for superior performance from probe tip to scope
Signal Sources that Emulate the Real World Environment:
- 10MHz to 240MHz models
- 12 standard waveforms, arbitrary waveform capability, and signal impairment options
DMMs for Basic and Advanced Labs:
- Exceptional accuracy, stability, performance
- Wide range of measurements, including capacitance and temperature
Fully Featured Manual and Programmable Power Supplies:
- Single to triple output models with independent, fully-isolated channels and remote sense
- Measurements of all channel outputs displayed simultaneously