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_E_L__E_C__T__R_O___N__IC__S_____________________________________ ELT112-E Fundamentals of Electronics 6 This course develops the basic concepts necessary for understanding electronic circuits and devices. You will develop an understanding of electronic components and how the components function in circuits. You will also develop a systematic approach to troubleshooting electronic circuits. Prerequisites: ELE121-E, MAT106-E ELT182-C Introduction to Electronics 3 This course develops the basic concepts necessary for understanding electronic circuits and devices using both AC and DC power. You will develop an understanding of electronic components and how the components function in circuits. You will also develop an understanding of different soldering techniques. Prerequisites: ELE121-E, MAT106-E ELT183-C Electronic Control 3 This course develops the basic concepts necessary for understanding digital logic and devices. You will develop an understanding of digital logic and how the components function in circuits and how they can be combined. You will also develop a systematic approach to troubleshooting digital logic and interfacing digital logic with power control electronic components. ELT193-E Computer Programming for Technicians 3 This is an introductory course in a current programming language or other current programming language. Technical students will learn programming skills that are used to solve problems encountered in their technical careers and that will aid them in dealing with other compiled languages in industry. ELT225-E Introduction to PLC's 4 This course will cover the major components of a programmable logic control system. Coverage will include electrical safety, PLC hardware, interfacing input-output devices, using discrete PLC instructions, interfacing electro-pneumatic devices, and configuring operator interface devices. The course is designed for individuals moving into the industrial control career field and who have an electrical/electronic background. Prerequisite: ELE186-C ELT261-E Advanced PLC’s 9 This course will cover the major components of industrial control systems. Coverage will include electrical safety, various 2018 2017–Catalog College PLC platforms, the application of common instructions found in the PLC such as timers, counters, and data manipulation. Also, various industrial control hardware commonly found will be covered and applied. This will include electropneumatic Community devices, analog input-output devices, variable speed drives, motion control equipment, graphical user interfaces, industrial networks and operator interface devices to include Human Machine Interface (HMI) software. Primary concern will be the application of equipment/software used in the process control industry. Iowa Prerequisite: ELT225-E ELT329-E Digital Electronics for ET 4 Northwest The course presents logic circuits as building blocks for control and instrumentation circuitry. Beginning with the simplest logic circuits, the course progresses through large scale, integration circuitry, electrical characteristics and timing are components and how components function in circuits used involved throughout the course. Prerequisites: ELE121-E, in industry. You will also learn about the programing and MAT123-E or equivalent functions of a microcontroller. This course will apply the use of microcontrollers in industrial applications. ELT330-C Interfacing Digital Electronic 5 This course presents logic circuits as building blocks for control and memory circuitry. Beginning with the simplest gate logic circuits, the course progresses to combinational logic and then to sequential logic that uses both SSI and MSI packaging. This course will use electronics to interface both analog and discrete signals to control various devices and apparatuses. ELT550-E Analog Devices 4 Study of diodes, bipolar transistors and field effect transistors (JFETs and MOSFETs) as they are used in both AC and DC electronic circuits. Applications such as power supplies, switching circuits and amplifier circuits are covered. Advanced topics in electronic devices including operational amplifiers (op amps), active filters, thyristors, and voltage regulation are covered. Practical circuit analysis of the devices under study is covered. Both circuit analysis and measurement techniques using meters and oscilloscopes are stressed. Prerequisites: ELE121-E, MAT123-E or equivalent ELT631-E Microprocessors & Interfacing 6 This course will concentrate on the Intel 8086 family of microprocessors that is used in the IBM PCs. The course begins with a brief introduction to computer hardware, which leads to programming the microprocessor using assembly language. Interfacing external hardware such as motors, relays, prox switches, and push buttons is accomplished using an interface buffer card and assembly as a programming language. Prerequisites: ELT193-E, ELT225-E, ELT550-E, ELT329-E ELT645-E Process Measurement 10 This course will concentrate on the measurement and indication of process variables found in a typical industrial environment. The course explains the safe operation and maintenance of sensors, transducers, controllers, final control elements, and other devices used in process control. Calibration of equipment used to measure flow rate, pressure, temperature, and level will be taught using various hands-on training devices. It will also describe the proper use of analytical instrumentation. High-pressure boiler operation and boiler components will be covered. Prerequisites: ELT329-E, ELT550-E, ELT225-E ELT646-E Process Control 7 This course will build on the basics covered in Process Measurement. Primary concern will be the control of measured variables found in an industry. The control of variables will be accomplished using single station controllers. In addition, the course covers data transmission methods and safe ways of maintaining system quality. Prerequisite: ELT645-E ELT738-E Instrumentation Process Control 7 This course will concentrate on the measurement and indication of pressure flow, temperature, and level. The calibration of indicators, transmitters, and controllers will be stressed as well as adjustment of process control loops. Setting up, adjusting, and operating basic process control systems will also be covered. Prerequisite: ELT112-E ELT842-C Programming Electronic Control 5 This course develops basic concepts necessary for understanding electronic circuits and devices using a microcontroller. 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