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605-102 Fundamentals of DC Circuits
This course is a study of the basic theories, concepts, elements, and principles of DC circuits. The student advances from simple to complex circuits. Topics covered include Ohm's Law, series and parallel circuits, circuit theorems and circuit analysis. The course combines both lecture and laboratory work.
605-106 Analog Circuits
This course provides the student with the concepts and fundamental circuit design material to create several types of analog circuits. This course also explores the principles and concepts needed for solid-state devices to operate correctly. Course study includes: the use of solid-state devices such as diodes, transistors field-effect devices, and op-amps. Areas covered include: amplification, comparing, summing, wave shaping, regulating, and oscillation circuits. Analog to digital conversion and several types of integrated circuits are investigated and applied. Characteristics and application of each device type is verified in laboratory experiments.
605-106E Analog Circuits ChalExam
605-405 Principles of Electronics
605-406 Introduction to Soldering
This course is designed to provide participants with foundational skills in soldering.
605-419 Introduction to Programmable Logic Controllers
Participants will study components that make up a programmable or microprocessor system and the various applications and operations used for digital and process controls in industry.
605-420 PLC Applications
605-440 Motors & Servo Mechanisms