The Electronics Workshop provides a design / prototype / manufacture service for both analogue and digital electronic equipment. In addition, the fault finding and repair of ready built equipment/apparatus is undertaken.
The Biosciences Electronics Workshop is located in the basement of the Darwin Building (room B16).
Darwin Building (combined electronics and light mechanical)
Contact details of the Electronics Workshop staff members are:
Tel. 0207 679 2254, Internal: 32254
|List of Equipment|
|Various pieces of electrical / electronic test equipment including that required for PCB manufacture together with a small mechanical work area.|
|Techniques and Capabilities|
Of particular interest is
the planning, designing and implementation of control and measurement systems both
analogue and digital. Examples of our work can be found at the bottom of this
Charges are priced per hour, with additional charges for materials. Scientists who require workshop services should download the workshop requisition form and fill in relevant parts before contacting the workshop manager. The form will then be completed in discussion with the workshop manager.
Occasional training of students to use laboratory equipment (please enquire).
Examples of our work
VACUUM ISOLATORS TO FIT BRUKER VERTEX 80V SPECTROMETER
ELECTRON PULSE RESONATOR CRYOSTAT SAMPLE INSERTER MODULE
TTL CONTROLLED TO SET VOLTAGE CONVERTER FOR POWERING ELECTROCHEMICAL CELLS
HIGH INTENSITY FOCUSED LIGHT SOURCE FOR PHOTOLYSIS TO FIT BRUKER VERTEX 80V SPECTROMETER
DIGITALY CONTROLLED HIGH BRIGHTNESS LED ADAPTORS FOR MICROSCOPE AND CONTROLLER UNIT IN BACKGROUND
MICROPROCESSOR CONTROLLED 500 WATT ANAEROBIC COLUMN FOR HIDROGEN
MADE TO MEASURE PERSPEX MICROSCOPE ENCLOSURE
ELECTRONICALY CONTROLLED ALGAE SEDIMENTATION UNIT
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