Electrical and Mechanical Technology (ELM)
ELM 110 - Electrical/Electronic Circuits Units: 4
This course covers basic AC/DC circuit principles and practices. Students will explore areas of electrical and electronic circuits including: circuit theory, components, circuit construction and analysis, soldering techniques, proper test equipment usage, and applications in various technical fields. This course satisfies 30 hours of instruction toward completing the embedded math curriculum requirements and satisfies 15 hours of instruction toward completing the embedded Human Relations curriculum requirements, in accordance with Embedded Curriculum Guidelines Option A.
Term Offered: Summer and Fall
ELM 127 - Introduction to AC Controls Units: 3
An introduction to hard-wired industrial control. Emphasis is on the control of electrical motors through relay logic. Topics include circuit design using industrial control diagrams, circuit construction with industrial control panels and devices, troubleshooting methodology and practice.Completion of this course satisfies 10 hours of instruction toward completing the embedded Human Relations curriculum requirements, in accordance with Embedded Curriculum Guidelines Option A.
ELM 129 - Electric Motors and Drives Units: 3
This course covers the construction and operating principles of single and poly phase motors; motor control using relay and timing circuits; and variable speed drives applications. Additional emphasis is placed on maintenance and troubleshooting of electric motors.
Enrollment Requirements: Prerequisite: ELM 127 or instructor approval
ELM 134 - Programmable Logic Controllers I Units: 3
An introduction to, and hands-on experience with Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC's). Emphasis is on understanding the basic operation and fundamental use of PLC's in industry as a "relay-replacer." The student will build several PLC based control circuits and program the PLC's using PC based software. This course satisfies 20 hours of instruction toward completing the embedded math curriculum requirements, in accordance with Embedded Curriculum Guidelines Option A.
ELM 140 - Industrial Robotics I Units: 3
An introductory course in Industrial Robotic Systems designed to teach basic robotic system operation and programming using Fanuc Industrial Robots. Upon fulfilling all the course requirements, students receive a FANUC certificate of course completion.
ELM 233 - Introduction to Instrumentation Units: 3
An introduction to the fundamentals of instrumentation and process control. Concepts and measurement of physical variables and brief descriptions of individual processes and combination of processes used in industry. Theory of operation and application of associated process instruments covered.