CfHE lab facility that provides a controlled conditions in which scientific or technological research, experiments, and measurement may be performed.
Workshop is a place where skills can be developed. The areas such as fitting, carpentry, welding machining, smithy can help me to check my theoretical knowledge learnt in classroom. Mechanical workshop which transform any innovative concept into reality and helped in every step of the process from design & analysis to the manufacturing and production process. As the technologies are advancing it is essential that the industries will be looking for engineers who can work on these innovative technologies and give solutions.
Milling Machines are capable of milling and turning the materials as well. The milling machine has got the cutter installed up on it which helps in removing the material from the surface of the work piece.
The laser cutting machine emits a high powered laser beam to either cleanly cut or etch a specific design on materials such as steel, plastic or wood. It is generally used more for industrial manufacturing applications and the beam will either burn, vaporise or melt away the excess product, leaving a superior finished design or edge.
3D printing is an additive manufacturing technique by which you can create a physical object from a 3D CAD model by depositing successive layers of materials. The technique is similar to a traditional inkjet printer, but instead of ink 3D printer deposits desired material to manufacture an object from its digital format. All the major industries have already started implementing this technology in their manufacturing process to achieve higher precision and efficiency.
SolidWorks is a solid modeling computer-aided design (CAD) and computer-aided engineering (CAE) computer program that runs on Microsoft Windows. SOLIDWORKS products are easy to learn and use, and work together to help you design products better, faster, and more cost-effectively.
EMC (ElectroMagnetic Compatibility) testing exists to ensure that your electronic or electrical device doesn't emit a large amount of electromagnetic interference (known as radiated and conducted emissions) and that your device continues to function as intended in the presence of several electromagnetic phenomena.The purpose of these tests is to gain a reasonable assurance that the device will operate as intended when used within its expected operating environment.
EMC certifications are a mandatory requirement in most markets, including Europe, the US, China, Korea, Australia and New Zealand. EMC testing is necessary to help you meet regulatory requirements, improve product performance and reduce the risk of costly non-compliance.
Radiated emissions testing involves measuring the electromagnetic field strength of the emissions that are unintentionally generated by your product. Emissions are inherent to the switching voltages and currents within any digital circuit, the only question is: how large are the emissions and do they comply with the emissions limits?
Your device creates electromagnetic energy and a certain portion of it will be conducted onto the power supply cord.In order to restrict the amount of interference your device can couple back onto a power supply, test labs measure these emissions (usually from 150 kHz - 30 MHz, and verify that they comply with specified limits.This helps to ensure that the local power supply remains relatively 'clean' and nearby devices won't be affected by your device.
To cover the entire frequency range of interest, test labs often need to use several different antennas. This is because different antennas have different gain profiles across different frequency ranges. Ideally you want a high, flat gain response across your measurement band of interest. Without a reasonable amount of gain, the measured signal fed into a spectrum analyzer or EMI receiver could be too small and fall below the noise floor of the measurement instrument.For high frequency measurements (> 1 GHz), an RF amplifier is sometimes required to boost the signal.
Due to the complex nature of electronics theory, laboratory experimentation is an important part of the development of electronic devices. These experiments are used to test or verify the engineer's design and detect errors.
Development platforms are circuit boards with micro-controllers, Aurdino boards, Raspberry Pi. They process inputs such as motion, light, touch, and temperature, and they control output such as lights, motors, and audio.
Interface boards can be used with microcontrollers for wireless/bluetooth/cellular connectivity.They can be supplemented with Bluetooth Low Energy module and GPS module for connectivity
Sensors are an important part of any electronic project as they help in getting the data from the environment such as motion, temperature, light, proximity, pressure, humidity, touch, and more.There is a wide selection of sensors available, but the ones to definitely stock in the lab would be accelerometer, inertial measurement unit (IMU) , temperature sensor, photo resistor, proximity, hall-effect, pressure, infrared, humidity and capacitive touch sensors.
A wet lab, or experimental lab, is a type of laboratory where it is necessary to handle various types of chemicals and potential "wet" hazards, so the room has to be carefully designed, constructed, and controlled to avoid spillage and contamination.
A biosafety cabinet is an enclosed, ventilated laboratory workspace for safely working with materials contaminated with (or potentially contaminated with) pathogens requiring a defined biosafety level.The primary purpose of a BSC is to serve as a means to protect the laboratory worker and the surrounding environment from pathogens. All exhaust air is HEPA-filtered as it exits the biosafety cabinet, removing harmful bacteria and viruses.
A CO2 incubator is used to culture cells to provide it with the optimum temperature, moisture (sterile environment) and to maintain optimum pH. When the media contains carbonate buffer, the CO2 gas from the cylinder is let into the incubator in such a way that the pH remains constant.