An introduction to applied electricity in the industrial trades, this course discusses basic alternating (AC) and direct (DC) current, trans formers, motors, relays, reactance, electrical power generation and power distribution systems. Prerequisites: MATH 096 or MATH 093 or instructor's signature.
ELEC 125 5 credits Wiring Diagrams and Schematics
In-depth study of ladder and pictorial wiring diagrams and schematics as applied to various industrial applications specifically in electronics, manufacturing, industrial food processing, refrigeration and industrial equipment manufacturers' circuits. Prerequisites: ELEC 115 or instructor's signature.
ELEC 135 3 credits Control Fundamentals
Basic introductory course for understanding control theory and principles of automatic controls used for residential, commercial and industrial equipment. Includes application, service and installation procedures for electrical, electronic and mechanical control systems. Prerequisites: ELEC 125 or instructor's signature.
ELEC 225 5 credits Industrial Electricity and Controls
Review of industrial electricity to include discussion on generation, power distribution, wiring, electrical code, transformers, solid-state motor starters, AC and DC motors, power-factor correction, speed controllers and schematics. Prerequisite: ELEC 115.
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