Available Courses This Term

414-186 Industrial Electricity

The student will be introduced to topics such as the atomic nature of electricity, stressing electrical units, basic definitions and symbols, series and parallel circuits, magnetism, inductance, capacitance, generators, and basic alternating current circuits.

Course Credits

2

Sections this Semester

Offering number: 414-186-001

CRN: 20232
Tuition/fee: $297.30
Seats Open: 10
Instructor: Hoerig, Andrew S
Dates: 01/24/17-05/16/17
Days: Tuesday
Times: 05:30pm-09:20pm
Room: I102

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605-129 Elect Pwr Ctrl & Motors

Study power distribution circuits including transmission substation (high voltage), distribution substation (medium voltage), and in-plant distribution. Explore the construction and operation of DC motors and single-phase and three-phase AC motors. Become familiar with elementary industrial control circuits. Construct, wire, test, and operate a typical industrial control panel.

Course Credits

3

Sections this Semester

Offering number: 605-129-001

Prerequisite(s): 605-102 Introduction to Electronics or 414-386 Industrial Electricity I or 414-186 Industrial Electricity
CRN: 20524
Tuition/fee: $445.95
Seats Open: 0
Instructor: Stuller, Jesse W
Dates: 01/26/17-05/18/17
Days: Thursday
Times: 05:30pm-10:20pm
Room: I102

Offering number: 605-129-002

Prerequisite(s): 605-102 Introduction to Electronics or 414-386 Industrial Electricity I or 414-186 Industrial Electricity
CRN: 20525
Tuition/fee: $445.95
Seats Open: 12
Instructor: Miller, Dennis A
Dates: 01/26/17-05/18/17
Days: Thursday
Times: 07:30am-12:20pm
Room: I112

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605-148 Data Acquisition

Explore a broad family of measurement applications used to verify design work, analyze trends or characterize a process or a product. Study measurement systems that sense a physical phenomenon and track or record data over a time interval or operating cycle. Learn how to control systems and plot, chart, display and report measurements using LabVIEW software. Data acquisition incorporating a Freescale HC512 microcontroller is also explored. Learn about and use transducers (thermocouples, RTDs, thermistors, temperature sensors, photo sensors, load cells, strain gauges, etc.) that respond to a physical phenomenon such as temperature by producing a proportional electrical signal. This course is a solid introduction to the National Instruments LabVIEW software and provides the opportunity for certification as a Certified LabVIEW Associate Developer (CLAD).

Course Credits

3

Sections this Semester

Offering number: 605-148-001

Prerequisite(s): 605-182 Microcontrollers (or concurrent) and 662-190 Electronic Circuits I or 605-176 Electronic Devices I
CRN: 20528
Tuition/fee: $445.95
Seats Open: 2
Instructor: Trawicki, Thomas J
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Dates: 01/23/17-05/15/17
Days: Monday
Times: 02:30pm-04:20pm
Room: I219

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Dates: 01/25/17-05/17/17
Days: Wednesday
Times: 01:30pm-04:20pm
Room: I219

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