ELTR - Electrical and Electronics

ELTR 1505 - Application Principles of Electric Substations

Level: 
Lower
Credits: 
5
Description: 
This course teaches substation electricians the skills and knowledge necessary for upgrading and improving electric substation reliability in the electric utility industry.

ELTR 1503 - Application Skills for Substations

Level: 
Lower
Credits: 
3
Description: 
This course is designed to teach the student fundamental principles of electrical theory, related mathematics and an understanding of electrical schematics used in the electric utility industry.

ELTR 1502 - Application Troubleman Principles I

Level: 
Lower
Credits: 
2
Description: 
This course is designed for the Lineman or Cableman who wishes to pursue a career in the Electric Trouble and Maintenance Department of an electric utility. Its intent is to ensure a base of knowledge in math and electricity that will allow the student to thrive in more rigorous future coursework in cable testing, fault locating, and troubleshooting techniques. Knowledge of electric distribution systems is assumed.

ELTR 1501 - Application Troubleman Principles II

Level: 
Lower
Credits: 
1
Description: 
This course is designed for the Lineman or Cableman who wishes to pursue a career in the Electrical Trouble and Maintenance Department of an electric utility. Its intent is to ensure a base of knowledge in math and electricity that will allow the student to thrive in more rigorous future coursework in cable testing, fault locating, and troubleshooting techniques. Knowledge of electric distribution systems is assumed.

ELTR 1176 - Residential Wiring Lab IB

Credits: 
6
Level: 
Lower
Prerequisites: 

Co-requisite(s): ELTR 1156 ELTR 1166

Description: 

Students receive hands-on training in the fundamentals of low and line voltage circuit construction. An emphasis is placed on safety, craftsmanship, NEC requirements, circuit planning, and circuit layout using the appropriate cable wiring methods. The correct selection and terminology of electrical components used for assigned circuits is required. Students will also demonstrate proper troubleshooting methodology and usage of test equipment required to find faults and repair electrical circuits. Time will be spent working on actual job sites.

ELTR 1166 - Residential Wiring Lab IA

Credits: 
6
Level: 
Lower
Prerequisites: 

Co-requisite(s): ELTR 1156 ELTR 1176

Description: 

Students will apply techniques learned in theory required to make proper terminations and soldered splices. Alternating and direct current circuits are constructed and students will analyze and confirm electrical principles and applicable laws. Emphasis is placed on safety, craftsmanship, correct, and accurate laboratory test procedures using appropriate test equipment such as Volt- Ohm-Millampere Meters (VOM). Schematic drawings are required for each circuit and outside of lab, report and analysis writing is necessary.

ELTR 1156 - Residential Wiring I

Credits: 
6
Level: 
Lower
Prerequisites: 

Co-requisite(s): ELTR 1166 ELTR 1176

Description: 

This lecture course introduces a student to the theories, principles, and laws of static and dynamic electricity. Direct and alternating current circuits are studied utilizing the related trade mathematics covering topics such as Ohm's law, resistance, power, inductance, and capacitance. Major emphasis is placed on applying trade related mathematics and analytical reasoning to troubleshooting series, parallel and compound circuits. National Electrical Code requirements and proper techniques for soldering/terminating conductors are covered.

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