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129 Course Descriptions ELE241-E HMI & Motion Control Fundamentals 3 This course will focus on the development and integration of Human Machine Interface (HMI) systems commonly used in conjunction with Programmable Logic Controllers, (PLC’s). Fundamentals of motion control and the equipment commonly used in a PLC controlled process will be presented and implemented throughout the course. Items such as servo motors, servo controllers, variable speed drives, operator interfaces and HMI software are examples of topics that will be covered and applied though out the course. Primary concern will be the application of HMI devices and motion control hardware to PLC systems. ELE270-C Co-Op Internship for IC Wiring 6 Students in the co-op program will use the educational experience gained in the first two semesters at NCC in an internship with an approved co-op station. You will find a position and contract your services for the summer term. With proper documentation and the evaluation of the student by the employer, credits will be given toward an Industrial/Commercial Wiring Electrical Degree. GPA of 2.0 or above is required. Prerequisites: ELE109-C, ELE161-C Electronics ______________________________________________________ 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 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 electro-pneumatic 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. Prerequisite: ELT225-E ELT329-E Digital Electronics for ET 4 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 involved throughout the course. Prerequisites: ELE121-E, MAT123-E or equivalent 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. ELT335-E Schematic Reading 4 This course introduces you to circuitry, requirements, materials, drawings, wiring methods, and the use an interpretation of blueprints, schematic diagrams, and the symbols and abbreviations used in them. This course will also cover load calculations, materials selection and diagnostic calculations. ELT336-E Electrical Control Systems 5 This course will introduce the student to concepts, devices and equipment used to control power systems and motors. Operating principles and application of many types of control devices in circuits will be studied. Emphasis will be placed on safe work practices and developing skills necessary for maintaining and troubleshooting control circuits. AC and DC motor operating principles and applications as well as wiring and troubleshooting will be covered. An introduction to PLC applications and basics of operations will also be discussed. Prerequisite: ELE121-E


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