Covers advanced applications of diagnosis, maintenance and repair of systems. Includes preventative maintenance, applied statistical process, and AC/DC motor controls.
Introduction to mechanics. Covers theory of force, work, torque, energy, power, strength, and motion. Vectors and simple machines provide applications for these concepts. 09/28/2020-12/09/2020 Lecture/Laboratory Monday, Wednesday 01:00PM - 03:50PM, Room to be Announced
An introduction to digital logic principles, numbering systems & conversions and gate operations. Using principles, circuit analysis will be used to minimize logic networks. Industry standard devices will be used. 09/28/2020-12/12/2020 Lecture/Laboratory Monday, Wednesday 06:30PM - 08:20PM, Barlow Hall, Room B276 (more)...
Introduction to the basic concepts of semiconductor devices. Various types of diodes and diode applications will be studied. Industry standard devices will be used. 09/28/2020-12/09/2020 Lecture/Laboratory Monday, Wednesday 04:30PM - 06:20PM, Barlow Hall, Room B276
Emphasizes theories and practices useful in troubleshooting failures in electrical applications. Focuses on the overall philosophy and strategy of troubleshooting, drawing applications from residential and varied industrial situations. Includes laboratory projects. 10/02/2020-12/11/2020 Lecture/Laboratory Friday 01:00PM - 03:50PM, Barlow Hall, Room B277
This is the first course in a three course sequence. Focus is on building and testing simple DC prototype circuits. Covers DC power supplies, DMMs, breadboarding, resistor codes, and capacitor codes. Spreadsheets will be used to organize and analyze data. 09/29/2020-12/08/2020 Lecture/Laboratory Tuesday 04:30PM - 06:20PM, Barlow Hall, Room B276