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414-389 Industrial Electricity II

Explore the selection, application, troubleshooting, and maintenance of electrical control devices and circuitry. Focus on line/ladder logic diagrams, motor starters, time delay logic, AC power systems, control devices, reduced voltage starter circuits, accelerating and decelerating circuits, and reversing circuits for single, three-phase, and DC motors.

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Offering number: 414-389-001

Course Notes

Prerequisite(s): 414-386 Industrial Electricity I (or concurrent) or 414-186 Industrial Electricity (or concurrent)
CRN: 11533
Tuition/fee: $301.30
Seats Open: 11
Instructor: Fennimore, John P
Program Restriction
Dates: 10/18/17-12/15/17
Days: Wednesday Friday
Times: 07:30am-11:20am
Room: I112

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