Electrical and Electronics Lab

Director: Dr. Roger Seifried

Locations: 

Middletown Campus: Thesken Hall, Room 102
Hamilton Campus: Phelps Hall, Room 303

This lab represents an important milestone in the journey of Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology by providing essential basics which students follow in their daily routine. This lab carries all basic components needed to understand underlying founding laws of electronics theories. This lab is equipped with passive and active components including TINA circuit simulator, function generators, oscilloscopes, AC/DC power supplies, multi-meters, and a variety of supporting electronic/electrical equipment that helps build solid practical foundation towards various degree programs.

This lab primarily serves the practical requirements of ENT192, ENT193, and ENT196 courses.