Course Details

Course Number

10620151

Credits

1.00

Description

Introduces the U.S. and international standards for ladder logic symbols and diagrams used to document electrical, mechanical and fluid power industrial control circuits. The potential dangers are explored and the safety standards and procedures related to electrical power are reviewed and implemented. Discrete industrial devices are also studied including switches, relays, timers and motor starters. Basic control circuits are developed using computer aided design and simulation software and then connected and tested in the lab.

Pre/Corequisites: 10-660-116 AC 1: CIRCUIT FUNDAMENTALS and 10-620-172 INDUSTRY WORKPLACE SAFETY. Condition: Enrollment in the Electromechanical Technology Associate Degree, Industrial Electronics and Maintenance Technician Technical Diploma, or Electrical Maintenance Certificate.

Class Details

Days & Times Room Instructor Meeting Dates
- T112-Antigo Campus-IEM Lab HLADILEK,MICHAEL -

Fees

$167.05

Class Status

Open

Capacity

24

Available Seats

21
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