The Electrical Measurements lab works under the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering. The lab is equipped with latest technologies in electrical energy measurement and instrumentation such as Kelvin Bridges, Wheatstone’s bridges, energy meters, digital multi meters, flux meter etc. It ensures that the students become experts in practical knowledge related to electrical measurement process under the guidance of faculty members from the Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering. The lab facilities are used for final year B.Tech projects as well as studies beyond the syllabus.

Lab Equipments :

  • Wheatstone’s Bridge
  • Slide wire potentiometer
  • Kelvin double bridge
  • LVDT
  • Phase Shifting transformers
  • 1and 3 Autotransformers
  • Current and Potential Transformers
  • 1and 3 Energymeters
  • 1and 3 Loading Rheostats
  • AC and DC Ammeters
  • AC and DC Voltmeters
  • Regulated Power Supplies
  • Digital and analog multimeters

Lab Courses:

EE 234: Circuits and Measurements  Lab

Faculty In Charge:
Ms.Sreelekha K V

Lab Instructor

Mr.Madhu M M


Control systems studies on how to manipulate the parameters affecting the behavior of a system to produce a desired or optimal outcome. The tools that form the body of knowledge, known as control theory, are applicable to a wide variety of systems, including electrical, mechanical, chemical, biological, economic, and social systems.This laboratory serves our basic lecture courses in systems and control, introducing students to a variety of concepts in signal analysis, servocontrol, open and closed loop system analysis, compensator design, and state variable feedback.

The design and simulation of control theory can be done using MATLAB software to work out the experiments for open loop and closed loop systems. The lab is well furnished with MATLAB softwares, AC & DC servomotors, synchros, LVDT etc.

Lab Equipments and software tools:

  • Intel Core Processors HP Elite E201 LCD
  • Synchro Transmitter Receiver Trainer
  • DC Servo Motor with Closed Loop Control
  • 2φ AC Servo Motor
  • Stepper Motor
  • 8085 Microprocessor Trainer

Lab Courses:

  • EE010 708 Control and Simulation Lab
  • EE 332: Systems and Control Lab

Faculty In Charge:
Ms.Treasa Sebastian

Lab Instructor

Mr.Madhu M

The Power Electronics lab under the Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering enhances the students by providing them a platform for the better understanding of the concepts and working of advanced power semiconductor devices and power electronics circuits. This lab is set up to kindle the passion among the students to develop their own prototypes. The lab facilitates students who are doing their final theses in power converters in particular and electrical energy conversion in general. The power electronics lab is well equipped with advanced power electronics equipments like power electronics training kits, chopper & inverter control units, thyristors controllers, Drive Control using DSP controllers, dc machine drives, function generators, signal generators, oscilloscopes, power scopes etc


Lab Equipment and software tools:

  • Series Inverter 2707
  • PWM Inverter PE44
  • 1φ controlled Rectifier 2708
  • Step down Chopper trainer 2724
  • Firing Circuit 2716
  • Function Generator
  • Power Oscilloscope
  • Bridge Converter Drive 7040
  • 3 Phase LV Power supply 7201
  • 3φ Controlled Rectifier 7202
  • Digital storage Oscilloscope &CROLab Courses:
    • EE 010 607: Power Electronics Lab
    • EC010 508 :Electric Drives and Control Lab

    Faculty In Charge:
    Mr.Tiju Baby

    Lab Instructor

    Mr.Steffan C Joseph

The objective of the laboratory is to provide the students a chance to put theory into practice. It also encourages the students to troubleshoot the system in organized and established mannerBesides, the lab instills in the students the awareness and practice of safety. The Electrical Machines lab under the department is equipped with electrical machines like dc motors, ac motors, dc generators, transformers and alternators. The lab facilitates the students to study the characteristics / behaviour of these electrical machines and helps them to have a better understanding of what they have studies in their text books. This lab has an area of 420sqm. Some of the electrical loads used for doing the experiments are built by our technical staff.

Major Lab Equipment:

  • Variable DC Power Supply (SCR based Rectifier unit)
  • DC shunt motor with mechanical loading arrangementem
  • DC compound motor with mechanical loading arrangement
  • DC series motor with mechanical loading arrangement
  • DC shunt motor with flywheel arrangement
  • DC shunt generator coupled with DC shunt motor – 2 Sets
  • DC compound generator coupled with DC compound motor
  • DC series generator coupled with DC series motor
  • Salient pole alternator coupled with DC shunt motor – 2 sets
  • Non-salient pole alternator coupled with DC shunt motor
  • Slip-ring induction motor with mechanical loading arrangement
  • Squirrel cage induction motor with mechanical loading arrangement
  • Single phase induction motor with mechanical loading arrangement
  • Three phase and single phase transformers
  • Digital and analog tachometers
  • Main Control panels for both AC and DC machines

Lab Courses:

  • EE232 Electrical Machines Lab I
  • EE333 Electrical Machines Lab II
  • EE 010 507: Electrical Machines Lab I
  • EE 010 806: Electrical Machines Lab II
  • EC 010 508(EE) Electric Drives and Control Lab
  • ME 010 508 Electrical & Electronics Lab

Mr. Thomas Felix

Lab Instructor:
Ms. Siji Varghese

The lab is used for course introduction to electrical engineering. Here the students are given given hands on training in electrical wirings. They are given a basic idea about the operation and power consumption of certain electrical appliances such are mixies, iron box,pumps, fan etc. Students are familiarised with various electrical gadgets like switches, fuses, circuit breakers, meters etc. The electrical workshop facilitates the students in doing micro and mini projects. The students are also given hands on training on soldering.


Lab Equipments:

  • Workshop tools like combination plier, screw driver, tester, hammer, chisel, pocker, wire stripper
  • Megger, Energy meter, Isolator
  • Pipe Cutter, Pipe Vice


  1. Familiarization of cables, wires, switches, fuses, MCB, ELCB and MCCB
  2. Wiring basics, Hospital wiring, Staircase wiring and Godown wiring
  3. Wiring practice of fluorescent lamp
  4. Measurement of insulation resistance and earth resistance and study of voltmeter, ammeter, wattmeter and energymeter
  5. Half wave and full wave rectifier with and without filter
  6. Soldering practice

Laboratory Course:

  • EN 110 111 Electrical and Civil Workshops
  • EE 110 Electrical Engineering Workshop



Lab Instructor:

Mr. Steffan C Joseph