On the first floor room 159 Macdonald Engineering.
The Measurement and Instrumentation Laboratory is a two part lab split into a Measurement Lab (room 154) and an instrumentation lab (room 159) where most repairs and maintenance of equipment is done.The instrumentation lab is also for students who need help building their electronic circuit for their projects. The Measurement lab is equipped with computers and electronic measurement equipment. This equipment is dedicated to the courses that are given in the semester. The computers in the lab are managed by EMF
There are several courses given in room 154:
MECH 261 Measurement Lab
MECH 262 Statistics and Measurement Lab
MECH 383 Appl Electronics&Instrumentn
MECH 554 Microprocessors for Mech. Sys.
Please refer to the online University Calendar for course descriptions.
georges [dot] tewfik [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Georges Tewfik) (Electronics Coordinator)
mario [dot] iacobaccio [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Mario Iacobaccio) (Senior Electronics Technologist)
- TEKTRONICS TDS2002 Oscilloscopes
- TEKTRONIKS 2215A.2213A.2205 Ossilloscopes
- INSTEK GFG-8216A Function Generators
Users of the Measlab are expected to Abide by the following rules of Conduct:
- Note: The McGill Code of Conduct also applys. These rules do not replace it.
- Drinking, Eating is strictly prohibited.
- Accounts are personal and must not be shared.
- Illegal software copying is not permitted on the premises.
- Do not leave garbage lying around. KEEP your area CLEAN.
- Logout when you are finished.
- Do not leave your computer unattended. You are responsible for what happens when you are loged in.
- Keep the noise level down. This is your study enviroment.
- Use the equipment with respect.
- No cellular phones are allowed.