Industrial Electronics Technician/Manufacturing Engineering

Classes

ILT 103 : INTRODUCTION TO INSTRUMENTATION TECHNOLOGY

This course introduces various hand and power tools, basic blueprint reading, basic rigging and basic math that will be used in the electronic, instrumentation and electrical trades. Emphasis is placed on basic hand tool and power tool safety and procedures for selecting, inspecting, using and maintaining these tools. Upon completion, students should be able to identify and use various hand and power tools, read a blueprint and know how to perform basic rigging.

credits

3

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 principes 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 135 : LOCAL AREA NETWORKS (LANS)

This course provides the student with knowledge of planning, installation, maintenance, and administration of local area networks. Upon completion of this course, students should be able to install and setup a basic local area network.

credits

3

ILT 139 : INTRODUCTION TO ROBOTIC PROGRAMMING

This course provides an introduction to robotic programming. Emphasis is placed on, but not limited to, the following: safety, motion programming, creating and editing programs, I/O instructions, macros, program and file storage Upon completion, the student will be able to safely perform basic functions in the work cell as well as program a robot to perform simple functions.

credits

3

ILT 165 : INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONIC CONTROLS I

This course provides a study of industrial electronics controls. Topics include photo-electric, temperature, gas and humidity, pressure and strain measurements for industrial instrumentation controls and applications. The lab enables students to test, troubleshoot and repair electronic control circuits. Upon completion, students should be able to apply principles of industrial electronics control circuits.

credits

3

ILT 195 : TROUBLESHOOTING TECHNIQUES

This course focuses on the systematic approach to solving problems. Emphasis is placed on instrument failures and their interaction with process downtime. Upon completion, students will be able to solve problems on a process simulator or in an actual setting.

credits

3

ILT 196 : ADVANCED PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLERS

This course includes the advanced principals of PLC’s including hardware, programming, and troubleshooting. Emphasis is placed on developing advanced working programs and troubleshooting hardware and software communication problems. Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate their ability in developing programs and troubleshooting the system.

credits

3

Prerequisites

As determined by College

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 235 : PRINCIPLES OF ROBOTIC SYSTEMS

This course is an overview of basic robotic systems and classifications used in industry. An emphasis is placed on safety elements particular to automation. Topics include the principles and concepts associated with robotic system components. Upon completing this course, students should be able to classify robots and explain the various components of a safe robotic system and how these components interact.

credits

3