ELTR - Electrical and Electronics

ELTR 3366 - Ind Automtn & Process Controls

Credits: 
6
Level: 
Lower
Prerequisites: 

ELTR 2156 with grade D or better and ELTR 2166 with grade D or better and ELTR 2176 with grade D or better

Description: 

This course involves the study of effective process control theory. A systems approach is used in an effort to understand each instrument's function within the system. The course will also examine how pneumatics, hydraulics, Servo motors, and system automation are used in industry today for the manufacturing of products. This course also involves the Practice of “hands on” effective process control theory. A systems approach is used in an effort to understand each instrument's function within the system.

ELTR 3326 - Magnetic Motor Controls

Credits: 
6
Level: 
Lower
Prerequisites: 

ELTR 2156 with grade D or better and ELTR 2166 with grade D or better and ELTR 2176 with grade D or better

Description: 

This course is designed to teach foundational concepts of motors and motor control. Safe work practices and code compliment procedures will be reinforced. The student will be introduced to the basic circuits, devices and components used in their control; advanced circuits of alternating, sequencing, latching, and time delay operations of motor control will be presented. The lab will progressively lead the student to a basic understanding of individual control devices.

ELTR 3356 - Programmable Controls for Industrial Automation

Credits: 
6
Level: 
Lower
Prerequisites: 

ELTR 2156 with grade D or better and ELTR 2166 with grade D or better and ELTR 2176 with grade D or better

Description: 

This course is designed to present the origin and evolution of programmable logic controllers. Special emphasis is placed on the fundamentals of Relay ladder Logic (RRL) programming methods and the analysis of circuit operations as well as various applications of Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC’s) used in modern industrial applications. Students will receive the necessary hands on experience in lab to be able to design, program, construct, troubleshoot, and perform preventive maintenance of all components of a PLC controlled process.

ELTR 3336 - Photovoltaic & Wind Turbine Systems

Credits: 
6
Level: 
Lower
Prerequisites: 

ELTR 2156 with grade D or better and ELTR 2166 with grade D or better and ELTR 2176 with grade D or better

Description: 

The course will discuss the fundamentals of photovoltaic and wind power generation, installation and maintenance practices. The course content will include the components used in stand- alone systems, grid interconnect systems, and grid connected systems with battery back-up. Areas of focus will be: safe work practices and PPE, site evaluation, system sizing, zoning restrictions, funding resources, and installation practices in accordance with National Electrical Code, Building Code and NABCEP training objectives and requirements.

ELTR 3306 - Alarms and Special Systems

Credits: 
6
Level: 
Lower
Prerequisites: 

ELTR 2156 with grade D or better and ELTR 2166 with grade D or better and ELTR 2176 with grade D or better

Description: 

This course will provide instruction in the applied mathematics, operation, design methodology, installation requirements, and National Electrical Code requirements for Alarm and Special Systems.

ELTR 3156 - Electrical Power Systems

Credits: 
6
Level: 
Lower
Prerequisites: 

ELTR 1156 with grade D or better and ELTR 1166 with grade D or better and ELTR 1176 with grade D or better and ELTR 2156 with grade D or better and ELTR 2166 with grade D or better and ELTR 2176 with grade D or better

Description: 

This course will provide instruction in the applied mathematics, circuit analysis, design, installation, distribution methods, protection, and trouble of single phase and three phase electrical power systems.

ELTR 4900 - Directed Study

Level: 
Lower
Credits: 
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Description: 

A student may contract for one to nine credit hours of independent study through an arrangement with an instructor who agrees to direct such a study. The student will submit a plan acceptable to the instructor and to the department chair. The instructor and student will confer regularly regarding the process of the study.

ELTR 4513 - Application Basic Cable Splicing Principles II

Level: 
Lower
Credits: 
3
Description: 
Applied Basic Cable Splicing Principles II is the fourth course in a five-course sequence focusing on the skills needed to work in the underground cable area of electric utility industry. The equipment and materials used in this course provide the most realistic hands-on training available to prepare the student for a career as a cable splicer in the electric utility industry.

ELTR 4503 - Application Installation Maintenance Energized Primary Distribution

Level: 
Lower
Credits: 
3
Description: 
This course is designed to teach the work methods used during the safe installation and maintenance of primary conductors in a distribution system. This course requires extensive work with conductors energized at 4 kV and 12 kV.

ELTR 3503 - Application Practice 3-Phase Distribution System

Level: 
Lower
Credits: 
3
Description: 
This course is designed to build on the Basic Lineman Principles courses. It begins teaching more advanced hands-on skills used by the lineman in a three-phase distribution system in the electric utility industry.

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