Electronics Technology - Automated Systems

ETAS 2230 - Motor Controls

Credits: 3

Course Description:

This course introduces the learner to motor control components and provides them with a basic knowledge of control circuitry. The learner will build on his/her experiences from Basic Electricity by designing, building, and troubleshooting more complex circuits. Devices such as contactors, motor-starters, relays, timers, mechanical, and proximity switches are used. Electronic motor controls and programmable devices such as variable frequency drives are introduced and in this course. Course equivalent Distance 360¢ª Program CMAE1558.

Prerequisite(s):

ETAS1101 and ETAS1103; or ETAS1105

Lec/Lab/OJT:

2/1/0

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