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ECMN 205 Automation Technology

This course provides the student with insight into the various components, devices and machines used in modern automation systems along with a study of their related electronics. Topics covered include pneumatics, control signal types, control valves, transducers, industrial communication networks, variable frequency drives (VFD), programmable logic controllers (PLC), operator interface terminals (OIT) and HMI/SCADA systems and how these systems integrate within a modern manufacturing environment. Students will learn to interpret schematics and symbology used in various types of automation systems drawings. Open only to matriculated Electrical Construction and Maintenance students.
Pre-requisite(s): ECMN 102 Alternating Current Theory  and MATH 106 Applied Technical Mathematics II  or ECMN 120 Electrical Theory for Renewable Energy  and MATH 150 College Algebra with Trigonometry .
Co-requisite(s): ECMN 215 Automation Technology Laboratory .
Terms Offered: Fall
Offered Distance Learning: No
Credits: 4
Contact Hours:
Lecture: 4