Controls I EMET 20604 Credits
This course is a beginning study of instrumentation and control systems and devices. An understanding of the purpose and methods used for industrial control systems, components and functions of programmable logic controllers (PLC) will be discussed. The students will be provided an understanding of entering and debugging basic control instructions into a PLC, and connecting and verifying operation of typical control devices. An introduction to the application types and installation considerations of control valves and other final control elements will be explores as well as human machine interface (HMI). Lab work parallels course work.
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