A survey of electrical and electronic applications in industrial settings. Topics include a brief physics and mathematics review, operational amplifiers, sensors and transducers, first and second order systems, electromagnetic radiation principles, DC and AC motors and generators, stepper motors, electronic switching devices (field-effect transistors, unijunction transistors, silicon controlled rectifiers and TRIACS), and applications in motor speed control, sequential process control, and programmable controllers. Computer data acquisition and control. Three class hours, three laboratory hours.
Prerequisites: ELT 201 and 202 with a grade of C- or better, or permission of department.
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Spring Semester 2014