Industrial Electronics Technology

Classes

ILT 108 : Introduction to Instruments and Process Control

This course is an introductory study of the control devices and methods used in industry for the control and transmission of information pertaining to process variables. This study includes an introduction to instrumentation and control mathematics. This course also provides instruction in the fundamental concepts of pressure, force, weight, motion, liquid level, fluid flow and temperature.

Credits

3

ILT 110 : Advanced Industrial Process Control Technology

This course is an advanced study of the principles governing methods of using process variables in the control of industrial processes. The study includes methods and procedures for measuring, displaying and transmitting process variables according to industry standards. The course also includes an in-depth study of mathematics pertaining to industrial control instruments.

Credits

3

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

ILT 115 : Advanced Industrial Controls

This course emphasizes the fundamentals and applications of solid state motor starters. Topics include DC drives, AC variable frequency drives, thyristers, sequences circuits and closed loop control including PID process control. Upon completion, students should be able to apply principles of solid state motor starters.

Credits

3

ILT 166 : Motors and Transformers I

This course covers motor operation, motor types, motor components, motor feeder and branch circuits. Topics include motor protection and motor control circuits. Upon lab completion students should be able to test motors, transformer types, and test for input and output voltage.

Credits

3

ILT 180 : Special Topics

This course is designed to allow students an opportunity to study directly-related topics of particular interest which require the application of technical knowledge and technical skills. Emphasis is placed on the application of skills and knowledge with practical experiences. Upon completion, students should be able to solve job related problems using technical skills and knowledge.

Credits

3

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 lab equipment.

Credits

3

ILT 215 : PLC Monitoring and Control of Instrumentation Process Variables

The student is introduced to analog and digital PLC process control systems. The student is also introduced to networking PLC and using gateways to interface to Ethernet type devices. The student gains knowledge and experience in the design and selection of PLC equipment used in control, troubleshooting, and monitoring control loops on actual equipment in the lab.

Credits

3

ILT 218 : Industrial Robotics Concepts

This course provides instruction in concepts and theories for the operation of robotic servo motors and power systems used with industrial robotic equipment. Emphasis is on the application of the computer to control power systems to perform work. Student competencies include understanding of the functions of hydraulic, pneumatic, and electrical power system components, ability to read and interpret circuitry for proper troubleshooting and ability to perform preventative maintenance.

Credits

3