Industrial Electronics Technology

Classes

ILT 104 : Industrial Instrumentation

This course provides a study of instrumentation circuits/systems. Topics include the use of transducers, detectors, actuators, and/ or other devices and equipment in industrial applications. Upon completion, the student should be able to apply principles of instrumentation circuits and systems.

Credits

3

Prerequisites

A grade of C or better in ILT 114, ELT 231, and ELT 232

ILT 114 : Instrumentation Operation and Calibration

The hardware used to measure and control process variables is presented. The student learns the principles of operation, servicing, maintenance, calibration, and troubleshooting procedures used on mechanical, pneumatic, electronic and digital based industrial transmitters, recorders, controllers, valves, and other control devices. The course is broken down into theory and laboratory work on actual process measuring and control equipment.

Credits

3

Prerequisites

A grade of C or better in ELT 108, ELT 109, and ELT 209

ILT 214 : Control and Troubleshooting Flow, Level, Temperature, Pressure and Level Processes

The student is introduced to analog and digital process control systems. The student is also introduced to process control techniques commonly found in industrial processes used to maintain control of process variables. The student gains knowledge and experience in the design and selection of equipment used in troubleshooting of control loops on actual equipment in the lab.

Credits

3

Prerequisites

A grade of C or better in ILT 104 and ELT 232

ILT 235 : Principles of Robotic Systems

This course is an overview of basic robotic systems and classifications used in industry. An emphasis is placed on safety elements particular to automation. Topics include the principles and concepts associated with robotic system components. Upon completing this course, students should be able to classify robots and explain the various components of a safe robotic system and how these components interact.

Credits

3

Prerequisites

A grade of C or better in ELT 108 and ELT 109

Corequisites

A grade of C or better in ILT 236

ILT 236 : Principles of Robotic Programming

This course covers the basic techniques used to write, execute, test, and modify a basic robotic program for an applicationspecific operation. Topics covered are related to safety, robotic systems, computer terminal programming, teach pendant programming, and input/output interfacing. Upon completion, a student should be able to write, test, and evaluate a robotic program.

Credits

2

Corequisites

ILT 235

ILT 240 : Sensors Technology and Applications

This course provides a study of industrial electronic sensors. Topics include, but are not limited to, photo-electric, temperature, gas and humidity, pressure and strain sensors. The lab enables students to test and troubleshoot electronic sensors and sensor circuits. Upon completion, students should be able to select, install, test, and troubleshoot industrial electronic sensors.

Credits

3

Prerequisites

A grade of C or better in ELT 108 and ELT 109 and ELT 209