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1 EKT314/4 Electronic Instrumentation
Course Briefing Welcome to the EKT 314 Electronic Instrumentation Course – A course with full of excitement and enjoyful.

2 Lecturer Profile En. Muhamad Asmi bin Romli asmi@unimap.edu.my
M.Sc (Embedded System Design), USM, 2005 B.Eng (Electric & Electronics – Microelectronics), USM, 2000 National Instruments, 2010 This course will be coordinated by I myself. EKT314/4 - Electronic Instrumentation

3 Lecturer Profile En. Zahari bin Awang Ahmad zahari@unimap.edu.my
M.Sc (Computer and Microelectronic System), UTM, 2009 B.Eng (Electric & Electronics), University of Kentucky, US, 1994 Industrial Collaboration & Quality Management Coordinator I will be assisted by 3 other capable lecturers. The first is.. He also have broad knowledge in industry before he joined UniMAP. EKT314/4 - Electronic Instrumentation

4 Education background Master of Engineering BSc Electrical Engineering
Computer and Microelectronics System(2009) BSc Electrical Engineering 1994 EKT314/4 - Electronic Instrumentation

5 Industrial Experiences
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6 Lecturer Profile En. Phak Len a/l Eh Kan phaklen@unimap.edu.my
M.Sc in Information Technology, UUM B.Eng (Hons) in Electronic, UTM Ph.D, Birmingham, UK (soon to graduate) This is another one UniMAP lecturer with broad knowledge in industrial field. He works with semiconductor company before he joined UniMAP. EKT314/4 - Electronic Instrumentation

7 Lecturer Profile Dr. Abdul Hafiizh bin Ismail hafiizh@unimap.edu.my
Ph.D (Wireless Communication Engineering), Ibaraki University, Japan, 2011 M.Eng Electrical & Electronic Engineering (Telecommunication), UTM, 2005 B.Eng (Media and Telecommunication Engineering) Ibaraki University, Japan, 2003 The fourth lecturer for this course will a guy who got degree and Ph.D in Japan. He also have working experience in Japan. EKT314/4 - Electronic Instrumentation

8 Stationary Radar with Reconfigurable Radial Line Slot Array (RLSA) Antenna
2012 To give you a rough idea on what can be done after you’ve done with this course, this will be a good example. This is one of our recent project which use Data Acquisition Module – the one that we will use in the lab later. This project is about to change currently rotating radar this need high maintenance, high power and high cost module. Latest Invention EKT314/4 - Electronic Instrumentation

9 Stationary Radar with Reconfigurable Radial Line Slot Array (RLSA) Antenna
Avoid: High power High cost High maintenance 2012 To give you a rough idea on what can be done after you’ve done with this course, this will be a good example. This is one of our recent project which use Data Acquisition Module – the one that we will use in the lab later. This project is about to change currently rotating radar this need high maintenance, high power and high cost module. Latest Invention EKT314/4 - Electronic Instrumentation

10 Latest Group Achievement
4 Gold Medals in 2012 UniMAP Exhibition For this design we have won 4 gold medals in 2012 UniMAP Internal exhibition (in January). From this achievement, one product represent UniMAP in Malaysia Technology Exhibition in PWTC, KL on February 2012. EKT314/4 - Electronic Instrumentation

11 Taught Courses EKT 102 Electronic Devices EKT 120 Computer Programming
EKT 303 Principle of Comp. Architecture EKT 308 Modern Control System EKT 314 Electronic Instrumentation EKT 341 Antenna and Propagation EKT 444 Final Year Project So, this is the list that have been taught by the lecturers who will teach in this course. So, it is sufficient enough to cover all the related requirement of this course. EKT314/4 - Electronic Instrumentation

12 Course Code Name Unit EKT 314 [E] - Engineering [K] - Komputer
[T] - Teras Name Electronic Instrumentation Unit 4 Looking at the course code – EKT314/4 we should understand that this course is for sure engineering course, offered by school of computer & communication and it is core course. This course offer 4 credit which is need four (4) hours of contact hours per week. Since this course need laboratory session especially in Virtual Instrumentation part so we just allocate two (2) hours per week for lecture session which is equal to 2 credit. As for the lab session, two hours of doing lab will equal to 1 contact hour. So we need four (4) hours of lab session in order to fulfill 2 credit requirement. Each lab session will be 2 hours long and we will have 2 lab session per week. EKT314/4 - Electronic Instrumentation

13 Electronic Instrumentation
To give you a brief idea on I’ll go through in general what is Electronic Instrumentation about. I’ll give one briefing in terms of the construction parts of Electronic Instrumentation, how we divide them into lecture chapters, the duration for each chapter and how to assess your understanding.

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We start with the construction of Electronic Instrumentation. I will show in terms of block modules.

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Electronic Instrumentation normally consist of two or three parts.

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Data Acquisition The first part can be Data Acquisition part – which the part that gather information.

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Data Acquisition The second part is the processing part – the one that process the acquired data in Data Acquisition part. Processing

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Data Acquisition Control And the third part is Control part which to control whatever needed based on the result of processing part. Processing

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Data Acquisition Control Based on the statement that saying that Electronic Instrumentation can consist of two or three parts we understand that Electronic Instrumentation at least will have two parts. Processing

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Data Acquisition Control Data Acquisition + Processing It can be Data Acquisition + Processing – which is called Monitoring System or Measurement Systems. Processing

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Data Acquisition Control Data Acquisition + Processing Processing + Control Second system can Processing + Control part – which is called Control System or Scheduling System. Processing

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Data Acquisition Control Data Acquisition + Processing Processing + Control Data Acquisition + Processing + Control And the third one that consist all of the elements is called Monitoring and Control System. Processing

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Data Acquisition Control Now we look at what actually inside each part. We start with Data Acquisition part. Processing

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Data Acquisition Control Sensors The first part in Data Acquisition section is Sensors. Sensor is a device to convert environmental or physical data into electrical signal. Processing

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Data Acquisition Control Sensors Data Acquisition Device The second part is Data Acquisition Device. This device pass the acquired electrical signal from sensors to Processing part. Processing

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Data Acquisition Control Sensors Data Acquisition Device Signal Conditioning In order to do so the Data Acquisition device need to match the acquired signal to the understandable level. This is because there are many type of physical elements to be measured by the sensors. For each physical element there are different type of sensor to be used. Some sensors give high level (voltage or current) reading at maximum reading. Some sensors give small reading even though at the maximum value. So we have to have signal conditioning unit in order to boost or down the level. However signal conditioning not only this operation. There are some more operation that will be discussed along the course. Processing

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Data Acquisition Control Sensors Data Acquisition Device Signal Conditioning Analog-Digital Converter Next part in Data Acquisition Device portion is Analog to Digital Converter (ADC) or A-to-D or normally written A2D. For your information, the signal generated by the sensors normally analog. After the signal is conditioned it still in analog form. There are some drawback by using analog signal even though they carry complete information. One of the drawback is that they cannot be transferred too far and susceptible to noise. That’s why we need to convert the analog signal to digital form by using A2D. Processing

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Data Acquisition Control Sensors Data Acquisition Device Signal Conditioning Analog-Digital Converter Besides that another part of Data Acquisition part is Bus. Bus will be the bridge to transfer the digital data from Data Acquisition part to Processing part. There are many types of bus like USB, PCI, ISA, VESA and so on. Processing Bus

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Data Acquisition Control Sensors Data Acquisition Device Signal Conditioning Analog-Digital Converter The next part is Processing part. Based on the three types of instrumentation system processing part is a must. For sure the main part of processing element is processor which can be either microprocessor or microcontroller. The simplest processor can be simple logic gates combination which the input from data acquisition part. Processing part can be in term of embedded system or computer system. For sure they’ll have hardware and software. The hardware will connect physically to the bus in order to collect the data. Processing Bus

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Data Acquisition Control Sensors Data Acquisition Device Signal Conditioning Analog-Digital Converter To collect the data from hardware device there will a need for a device driver. A device driver is actually a software which know from where the intended data to be fetched. Other than the address of the data, the format, the protocol and everything related to hardware is done by driver software. The output of this driver software is raw data. Processing Driver Software Bus

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Data Acquisition Control Sensors Data Acquisition Device Signal Conditioning Analog-Digital Converter The raw data then passed to processor in order to be analyzed and act upon it. In term of how to analyzed and how to act is directed by the application software. The simplest what can be done by the application software will be just displaying the raw data to the display element – to the screen or just to LED. Processing Driver Software Application Software Bus

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Data Acquisition Control Sensors Data Acquisition Device Signal Conditioning Analog-Digital Converter If the system need to respond back in term of physical connection it must have Control part. To repeat, this part is not a compulsory part. In some system it exist but in another system it don’t. Processing Driver Software Application Software Bus

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Data Acquisition Control Sensors Actuators Data Acquisition Device Signal Conditioning Analog-Digital Converter As in the Data Acquisition part this part should have Actuator. This actuator works opposite to sensors in term of operation concept. If the sensors can be categorized as input element, actuators can be said as output elements. If the sensor get information in term of physical element and transfer into electrical element, the actuators work vice versa. Processing Driver Software Application Software Bus

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Data Acquisition Control Sensors Actuators Data Acquisition Device Data Driver Device Signal Conditioning Analog-Digital Converter The next part in Control section is Data Driver Device. This device act as data or signal feeder to actuators. Processing Driver Software Application Software Bus

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Data Acquisition Control Sensors Actuators Data Acquisition Device Data Driver Device Signal Conditioning Signal Conditioning Analog-Digital Converter Actuators and processed data or signal not always at the same level in term of current or voltage. Signal to be passed to the actuators must be adjusted first. Processing Driver Software Application Software Bus

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Data Acquisition Control Sensors Actuators Data Acquisition Device Data Driver Device Signal Conditioning Signal Conditioning Analog-Digital Converter Digital-Analog Converter At the same time, data or signal to be passed to the actuators normally in analog form. As all of us know, the processing part will generate digital data or signal. So there is a need to convert the digital signal into analog form. This is done by Digital to Analog Converter, D-to-A or D2A. Processing Driver Software Application Software Bus

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Data Acquisition Control Sensors Actuators Data Acquisition Device Data Driver Device Signal Conditioning Signal Conditioning Analog-Digital Converter Digital-Analog Converter As the connection from Data Acquisition section to Processing section, there are a connection from Processing section to Control. Even though the is Bus but it not necessarily with the same type. Processing Driver Software Application Software Bus Bus

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Data Acquisition Control Sensors Actuators Data Acquisition Device Data Driver Device Signal Conditioning Signal Conditioning Analog-Digital Converter Digital-Analog Converter As can be seen in the diagram sensors is used in Data Acquisition part meanwhile Actuators is used in Control part. Sensors work as input and actuators as output. There are some similarities between Sensors and Actuators.. Processing Driver Software Application Software Bus Bus

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Sensors Actuators Chapter 2: Transducers So, we can combine both of them and become the second chapter in this course. We will see what are the similarities and what are their differences.

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Data Acquisition Control Sensors Actuators Data Acquisition Device Data Driver Device Signal Conditioning Signal Conditioning Analog-Digital Converter Digital-Analog Converter Next, Signal Conditioning exist both in the input part (Data Acquisition) and output part (Control). Signal conditioning and conversion process done in both part – the difference only the conversion a bit different. One from analog to digital, and the other one from digital to analog; in Data Acquisition Device and Control section respectively. Processing Driver Software Application Software Bus Bus

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Signal Conditioning Signal Conditioning Analog-Digital Converter Digital-Analog Converter To sum up we have Signal Conditioning, Analog to Digital Converter and Digital to Analog Converter in this part.

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Signal Conditioning Signal Conditioning Analog-Digital Converter Digital-Analog Converter Chapter 3: Signal Conditioning & Conversion We combine them to become the content of the third chapter of this course. We name it as Signal Conditioning and Conversion – Chapter 3.

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Data Acquisition Control Sensors Actuators Data Acquisition Device Data Driver Device Signal Conditioning Signal Conditioning Analog-Digital Converter Digital-Analog Converter To form a minimum system it must have one part of input and a processor. The input part for sure the Data Acquisition section and the processor exist in processing part. Processing Driver Software Application Software Bus Bus

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Data Acquisition Sensors Chapter 4: Data Acquisition Systems Data Acquisition Device Signal Conditioning Analog-Digital Converter Together with bus connection, Data Acquisition and Processor part can form a Data Acquisition Systems. This will be chapter 4 of this course. We will see Data Acquisition in term of process, module and system. Processing Driver Software Application Software Bus

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Data Acquisition Sensors Chapter 5: Virtual Instrumentation Data Acquisition Device Signal Conditioning Analog-Digital Converter Latest technology is totally based on software in the computer enable user to imitate the traditional instruments. This technology is called virtual instrumentation. Virtual instrumentation will be discussed in Chapter 5. Students will learn how use available virtual instrumentation software. Currently we two software – one from National Instruments (NI) and the other one from Agilent. Processor Driver Software Application Software Bus

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Data Acquisition Control As discussed before, electronic instruments can be represented by Data Acquisition part, Processor part and also Control part. However, there are condition where only Processor and Data Acquisition part exist. In other implementation only Processor and Control part exist. Processor Bus Bus

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Data Acquisition Control Chapter 6: Instrumentation System Design The variation of these combination, as discussed before will be discussed thoroughly in Instrumentation System Design – Chapter 6. Processor Bus Bus

48 Electronic Instrumentation
Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: Transducers Chapter 3: Signal Conditioning & Conversion Chapter 4: Data Acquisition Systems So totally we will have six chapters in Electronic Instrumentation course. Chapter 5: Virtual Instrumentation Chapter 6: Instrumentation System Design

49 Electronic Instrumentation
2+2 hours Chapter 1: Introduction 4 hours Chapter 2: Transducers 4 hours Chapter 3: Signal Conditioning & Conversion 4 hours Chapter 4: Data Acquisition Systems 4+2 hours Chapter 5: Virtual Instrumentation We have allocated few hours for each chapter. Depend on available time slot, we will suit to them either in term of hours or weeks. The briefing and first chapter will take around 4 hours to complete. The transducers chapter will take also around 2 session (4 hours). The third (3rd) and fourth chapter will be allocated 4 hours of lecture each. The final 2 chapters will be included with tutorial session. 4+2 hours Chapter 6: Instrumentation System Design Total: 28 hours full lecture

50 UniMAP Contact Hour Lecture Tutorial Lab 2 hours x 12 weeks = 24 hours
Lab Assignment - 2 hours Lab Project - 20 hours SLT = Credit = 4.29 For UniMAP student, total lecture will be 22 hours minimum for those 6 chapters. The tutorial will be conducted in lecture hour based on topics. For the lab, the teaching engineer will explain soon in the lab. EKT314/4 - Electronic Instrumentation

51 AUDP Contact Hour Lecture Slot Practical Slot
8 hours x 5 weeks = 40 hours 4 hours x 1 week = 4 hours Practical Slot 8 hours x 3 week = 24 hours SLT = Credit = 4.04 For AUDP program, we will have 5 days of full lecture (8 hours) and the last day is 4 hours – total of 44 hours. We will also have practical slot which consume 28 hours. Since the allocated lecture hour is greater than needed, we will add more on exercises. EKT314/4 - Electronic Instrumentation

52 UniMAP Timetable So this is the time table for this course. Please make sure your lecture and lab slot and also group. Both session’s attendance is compulsory. Those who fail to attend the course more than 20% (3 lecture sessions) you’ll be barred from final exam. For those who have reasons, please come out with letter or MC. In order to be fair there will be introduced e-learning module for this course. EKT314/4 - Electronic Instrumentation

53 UniMAP Course Plan Ses. Lecture Lecturer Comment 1 Briefing (2 hours)
En. Asmi Overall Course Info 2 Chapter 1 En. Zahari Introduction to Electronic Instrumentation 3 Chapter 2 (4 hours) Transducers 4 We will start the course with a meeting or overall course briefing. The next session then we start with the first chapter. As discussed before it is a two-hour session. EKT314/4 - Electronic Instrumentation

54 UniMAP Course Plan Ses. Lecture Lecturer Comment 5 Chapter 3 (4 hours)
Dr. Abdul Hafiizh Signal Conditioning & Conversion 6 7 Chapter 4 Data Acquisition Systems 25/03/12 – 31/03/12 Test 1 8 EKT314/4 - Electronic Instrumentation

55 UniMAP Course Plan Ses. Lecture Lecturer Comment 9 Chapter 5 (4 hours)
En. Asmi Virtual Instrumentation 10 12 Chapter 6 (4 hours) En. Phak Len Instrumentation System Design 14 EKT314/4 - Electronic Instrumentation

56 UniMAP Course Plan Ses. Lecture Lecturer Comment 11 Tutorial (4 hours)
All Lecturers 1/5/12 Labour Day 13/05/12 – 19/05/12 Test 2 13 17/5/12 Raja Perlis Birthday 17/5/12 Wesak Day EKT314/4 - Electronic Instrumentation

57 AUDP Course Plan Date Slot # Note 3/3/2012 1 Course Introduction 2
Chapter 1 3 4 Exercise / Discussion on Chapter 1 5 Chapter 2 6 7 Exercise / Discussion on Chapter 2 8 Daily Conclusion First day will cover Chapter 1 and half of Chapter 2. After every 2 hours of lecture there will be exercise and discussion session. We will conclude what we’ve learned at the end of each day. EKT314/4 - Electronic Instrumentation

58 AUDP Course Plan Date Slot # Note 10/3/2012 1
Exercise / Discussion / Review on Chapter 1 & 2 2 Chapter 2 3 4 Exercise / Discussion on Chapter 2 5 Chapter 3 6 7 Exercise / Discussion on Chapter 3 8 Daily Conclusion For the second day, we will start with previous session review (chapter 1 and half of chapter 2) and continue with the rest of Chapter 2 and half of Chapter 3. EKT314/4 - Electronic Instrumentation

59 AUDP Course Plan Date Slot # Note 31/3/2012 1
Exercise / Discussion / Review on Chapter 1, 2 & 3 2 Chapter 3 3 4 Exercise / Discussion on Chapter 3 5 Chapter 4 6 7 Exercise / Discussion on Chapter 4 8 Daily Conclusion The third day will be the same structure and we will look at the rest of Chapter 3 and half of Chapter 4. EKT314/4 - Electronic Instrumentation

60 AUDP Course Plan Date Slot # Note 12/5/2012 1
Exercise / Discussion / Review on Chapter 1, 2 & 3 2 Chapter 4 3 4 Exercise / Discussion on Chapter 4 5 Chapter 5 6 7 Exercise / Discussion on Chapter 5 8 Daily Conclusion In the fourth day lecture will be in Chapter 4 and half of Chapter 5. EKT314/4 - Electronic Instrumentation

61 AUDP Course Plan Date Slot # Note 26/5/2012 1
Exercise / Discussion / Review on Chapter 1, 2, 3, 4 &5 2 Chapter 5 3 4 Exercise / Discussion on Chapter 5 5 Chapter 6 6 7 Exercise / Discussion on Chapter 6 8 Daily Conclusion Rest of Chapter 5 and half of Chapter 6 will be discussed in the fifth day of course. EKT314/4 - Electronic Instrumentation

62 AUDP Course Plan Date Slot # Note 23/6/2012 1 Chapter 6 2 3
Exercise / Discussion on Chapter 6 4 Overall Discussion & Conclusion And the final day of course (sixth day) will teach you the rest of Chapter 6 and we will conclude the session by discussing overall discussion session. Exercise in this session will be more towards the concept of exam question. EKT314/4 - Electronic Instrumentation

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Outcome Based Education (OBE) EKT314/4 - Electronic Instrumentation

64 Course Outcomes COs Description CO1
Ability to Understand Transducer’s Operation and Select Appropriate Transducers for Applications CO2 Ability to Understand Signal Conditioning and Propose Suitable Method for Data Acquisition CO3 Ability to Understand and Implement Virtual Instrumentation-based Solution for Given Problems. CO4 Ability to Implement Transducers, Signal Conditioning, Data Acquisition & Virtual Instrumentation In Instrumentation Design EKT314/4 - Electronic Instrumentation

65 Program Outcomes POs Description 1
Ability to acquire and apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering and an in-depth technical competence in electronic Computer/Communication/Computer Network  engineering discipline. 2 Ability to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems. 3 Ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs. 4 Ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data. 5 Ability to use techniques, skills and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practices. EKT314/4 - Electronic Instrumentation

66 Program Outcomes POs Description 6
Ability to demonstrate the social, cultural, global and environmental responsibilities of a professional engineer. 7 Ability to understand entrepreneurship, the process of innovation and the need for sustainable development of the environment. 8 Ability to understand professional and ethical responsibilities and commitment to the society. 9 Ability to function on multi-disciplinary teams. 10 Ability to communicate effectively. 11 Understanding of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning. 12 Ability to acquire of project management and finance principles. EKT314/4 - Electronic Instrumentation

67 Program Educational Objectives
PEOs Description 1 Graduates who are leaders in the field of Computer/Communication/Computer Network Engineering or chosen field as demonstrated via career advancement. 2 Graduates who are members of and contribute to professional society. 3 Graduates who engage in life-long learning or continuous education opportunities. 4 Graduates who contribute towards research and development. 5 Graduates who are entrepreneurial engineers. EKT314/4 - Electronic Instrumentation

68 Electronic Instrumentation
Course Info EKT314/4 - Electronic Instrumentation

69 UniMAP Assessment Course Work Exam Work Lab Test – 5%
Lab Project & Viva – 15% Log Book / Assignment – 10% Exam Work Final Exam – 50% Test 1 – 10% Test 2 – 10% Grade Mark A 80 – 100 A- 75 – 79 B+ 70 – 74 B 65 – 69 B- 60 – 64 C+ 55 – 59 C 50 – 54 C- 45 – 49 D+ 40 – 44 Fail 0 – 39 EKT314/4 - Electronic Instrumentation

70 AUDP Assessment Course Work Exam Work 50% Grade Mark A 80 – 100 A-
75 – 79 B+ 70 – 74 B 65 – 69 B- 60 – 64 C+ 55 – 59 C 50 – 54 C- 45 – 49 D+ 40 – 44 Fail 0 – 39 EKT314/4 - Electronic Instrumentation

71 Reference Anthony J.W., Ahmad R.G. Introduction to Engineering Experimentation, 3rd. Ed. Pearson, 2010 EKT314/4 - Electronic Instrumentation

72 Reference John P.B. Principles of Measurement Systems, 4th Ed. Pearson Prentice Hall, 2005 EKT314/4 - Electronic Instrumentation

73 Reference Kalsi, H.S. Electronic Instrumentation. Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Co. Ltd., 2005 EKT314/4 - Electronic Instrumentation

74 Reference C.S. Rangan, G.R. Sarma and V.S. Mani. Instrumentation Devices & Systems, Tata McrGraw-Hill Publishing Co. Ltd., 2004 EKT314/4 - Electronic Instrumentation

75 Prerequisite & Knowledge
Analog Electronics Digital Electronics Computer Programming Embedded System Design EKT314/4 - Electronic Instrumentation

76 . "I see and I forget, I hear and I remember, I do and I understand." - Confucius EKT314/4 - Electronic Instrumentation

77 Slide Structure Mind Mapping Reference Note Exercise
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78 Do’s Prepared Download, Print & Bring Lecture Note Copy Mind Map
Wear Suitable Attire Silence Your Cell Phone Ask Question Anytime Needed Sleep in Class… EKT314/4 - Electronic Instrumentation

79 Don’t Come Late Make Noise Disturb Your Friend
Tell Where You Want to Go Absent EKT314/4 - Electronic Instrumentation

80 EKT314/4 Electronic Instrumentation
Course Introduction End

81 EKT314/4 Electronic Instrumentation
Laboratory Briefing

82 UniMAP Contact Hour Lecture Tutorial Lab 2 hours x 14 weeks = 22 hours
Lab Assignment - 2 hours Lab Project - 20 hours SLT = Credit = 4.29 For UniMAP student, total lecture will be 22 hours minimum for those 6 chapters. The tutorial will be conducted in lecture hour based on topics. For the lab, the teaching engineer will explain soon in the lab. EKT314/4 - Electronic Instrumentation

83 UniMAP Assessment Course Work Exam Work Lab Test – 5%
Lab Project & Viva – 15% Log Book / Assignment – 10% Exam Work Final Exam – 50% Test 1 – 10% Test 2 – 10% Grade Mark A 80 – 100 A- 75 – 79 B+ 70 – 74 B 65 – 69 B- 60 – 64 C+ 55 – 59 C 50 – 54 C- 45 – 49 D+ 40 – 44 Fail 0 – 39 EKT314/4 - Electronic Instrumentation

84 UniMAP Assessment Lab Test (5%) On Screen Test 40 Questions 1 hour
1 Roll 1.5 minutes per question Grade Mark A 80 – 100 A- 75 – 79 B+ 70 – 74 B 65 – 69 B- 60 – 64 C+ 55 – 59 C 50 – 54 C- 45 – 49 D+ 40 – 44 Fail 0 – 39 EKT314/4 - Electronic Instrumentation

85 UniMAP Assessment Lab Project (10%) Pair Use Sensor Use DAQ
Predefined Task Grade Mark A 80 – 100 A- 75 – 79 B+ 70 – 74 B 65 – 69 B- 60 – 64 C+ 55 – 59 C 50 – 54 C- 45 – 49 D+ 40 – 44 Fail 0 – 39 EKT314/4 - Electronic Instrumentation

86 UniMAP Assessment Project Viva (5%) Code Verification Q & A Grade Mark
80 – 100 A- 75 – 79 B+ 70 – 74 B 65 – 69 B- 60 – 64 C+ 55 – 59 C 50 – 54 C- 45 – 49 D+ 40 – 44 Fail 0 – 39 EKT314/4 - Electronic Instrumentation

87 UniMAP Assessment Log Book (8%) Session Report Assignment Report
Project Report Keep in the Lab Grade Mark A 80 – 100 A- 75 – 79 B+ 70 – 74 B 65 – 69 B- 60 – 64 C+ 55 – 59 C 50 – 54 C- 45 – 49 D+ 40 – 44 Fail 0 – 39 EKT314/4 - Electronic Instrumentation

88 UniMAP Assignment Lab Assignment (2%) Task Given Create .exe Email
Grade Mark A 80 – 100 A- 75 – 79 B+ 70 – 74 B 65 – 69 B- 60 – 64 C+ 55 – 59 C 50 – 54 C- 45 – 49 D+ 40 – 44 Fail 0 – 39 EKT314/4 - Electronic Instrumentation

89 UniMAP Lab Plan Ses. Lab Comment 1 Instructor-Led 1 Navigating LabVIEW
Troubleshooting and Debugging 2 Instructor-Led 3 Implementing a VI Instructor-Led 4 Relating Data 3 Instructor-Led 5 Managing Resources Instructor-Led 6 Developing Modular Application 4 Instructor-Led 7 Common Design Techniques Instructor-Led 8 Using Variables 5 Instructor-Led 9 Setting Up & Troubleshooting Hardware EKT314/4 - Electronic Instrumentation

90 UniMAP Lab Plan Ses. Lab Comment 5 Exercise Lab 1 Function Generator 6
Oscilloscope Exercise Lab 3 Function Generator & Oscilloscope 7 Exercise Lab 4 Temperature Sensor *Test 1 Exercise Lab 5 Humidity Sensor 8 Exercise Lab 6 DAQ Module Control Exercise Lab 7 Create simple complete system 9 Exercise Lab 8 Lab Test On-Screen Test (29/04/12 – 05/05/12) EKT314/4 - Electronic Instrumentation

91 UniMAP Lab Plan Ses. Lab Comment 10 Lab Project – 20 hours 11 12
Test 2 – Ch 4, 5 & Lab 13 14 Presentation, Demo, Viva EKT314/4 - Electronic Instrumentation

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