Facilities

Potter 108 lab

Potter Building Room 108

A+ Certification/General Purpose Electronics Laboratory

This laboratory is designed for general purpose use ranging from electronic circuits, logic design, or digital signal processing to programming using Matlab/Simulink, C++, or Java. Due to the wide ranging topics covered in these courses the lab is equipped with 20-25 computer work stations and 15-18 stations of test equipment consisting of: oscilloscopes, signal generators, multi-meters, and DC power supplies. Students perform a variety of experiments designed to teach traditional engineering principles and design concepts as well as use the lab during open lab time to complete assignments and work on projects. The room is designed to have 20-24 students working individually to 24-30 students working in teams of two.

Faraday room Potter 108B

Potter Building Room 108B

Faraday Room

Used for electronic experimentation requiring elimination of EMF and other interference.

Potter lab 112

Potter Building Room 112

Process Control/Power/Mechatronics Laboratory

This lab can be used for a wide variety of process control, power, and instrumentation experiments. The lab includes easy access to three-phrase AC as well as variable-output high voltage DC power supplies. The lab is equipped with 12 Hampden Fixed/Variable AC and DC high voltage power supplies, 12 computer work stations, and 12 stations of test equipment consisting of: oscilloscopes, signal generators, multi-meters, and DC power supplies. Eight of the workstations are equipped with Allen Bradley PLC-5 processors and accessory modules.

Potter lab 208

Potter Building Room 208

General Purpose Electronics Laboratory

This lab is designed for general purpose use ranging from electronic circuits, logic design, or digital signal processing to Programming using Matlab/Simulink, C++, or Java. Due to the wide ranging topics covered in these courses each lab is equipped with 20-25 computer work stations and 15-18 stations of test equipment consisting of: oscilloscopes, signal generators, multi-meters, and DC power supplies. Students perform a variety of experiments designed to teach traditional engineering principles and design concepts as well as use the lab during open lab time to complete assignments and work on projects. The rooms are designed to have 20-24 students working individually to 24-30 students working in teams of two.

Potter lab 212

Potter Building Room 212

Networking/General Purpose Electronics Laboratory

This lab is designed for general purpose use ranging from electronic circuits, logic design, or digital signal processing to Programming using Matlab/Simulink, C++, or Java. Due to the wide ranging topics covered in these courses each lab is equipped with 20-25 computer work stations and 15-18 stations of test equipment.

Potter lab 308

Potter Building Room 308

General Purpose Electronics Laboratory

This lab is designed for general purpose use ranging from electronic circuits, logic design, or digital signal processing to Programming using Matlab/Simulink, C++, or Java. Due to the wide ranging topics covered in these courses each lab is equipped with 20-25 computer work stations and 15-18 stations of test equipment.

Potter lab 316

Potter Building Room 316

General Purpose Electronics Laboratory

This laboratory is designed for general purpose use ranging from electronic circuits, logic design, or digital signal processing to Programming using Matlab/Simulink, C++, or Java. Due to the wide ranging topics covered in these courses the lab is equipped with 20-25 computer work stations and 15-18 stations of test equipment consisting of: oscilloscopes, signal generators, multi-meters, and DC power supplies. Students perform a variety of experiments designed to teach traditional engineering principles and design concepts as well as use the lab during open lab time to complete assignments and work on projects.