EETC 2333 - Industrial Electronic Controls
3 Class Hours
Advanced study of control circuits and electronic devices used in operating machines and processes in industry. Topics include design of control circuits using relay logic and solid-state logic, solid-state control of DC motors, AC motors, and stepper motors, power supplies, operational amplifiers, thyristors, transducers, timers, optical and thermal devices, and other components such as programmable controllers to show how automated equipment can be accurately controlled. Lab exercises are included to demonstrate course topics. This course addresses content previously covered in EETH 2010 and EETH 2015. Prerequisite(s): EETC 1314
Semester Availability: Fall
Not a part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway
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