We performed laboratory measurements to observe extreme ultraviolet (EUV) spectra of highly charged Fe ions using a compact electron beam ion trap. A high resolution flat-field grazing incidence spectrometer was employed to record spectra in the wavelength range of 160-230 Å. The intensity ratios were obtained as a function of electron density, which was experimentally determined from the spatial distribution of the ion cloud and the size of the electron beam. The results are compared with the SERTS 95 active region data and present model calculations. Our measured data points show rather good agreement with the observational data of SERTS 95 and calculated intensity ratios.