Electro Mechanical Technology from Schuylkill Technology Centers is a Campus Certificate Electrical Engineering degree that prepares you for a Engineering career. Electro Mechanical Technology is a 1080 hour program that is designed to prepare students for entry-level employment in the electromechanical field. The students are provided with the knowledge and experience in the areas of safety, electrical wiring, motor controls, electronics, programmable logic controllers, robotics, and fluid power systems. Students are prepared to enter the workforce in the maintenance and electrical fields of industrial equipment. The certificate from this program may be articulated toward an associate degree with Lehigh Carbon Community College in related technical fields. INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRO MECHANICAL ~ 80hr/3cr The study in the fundamentals of the electromechanical field. Topics to be covered will include electrical and machine safety, proper use and care of hand tools, power tools, electrical test equipment, grounding procedures, start up and shut down of equipment, and lock-out/tag-out procedures. INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRICITY ~ 95hr/3cr Areas of study will be the atomic structure, electron theories, static charges, magnetism, conductors, insulators, capacitors, inductors, and alternating, and direct currents. The concepts and use of Ohm?s and Kirchoff?s Laws will be used to mathematically solve series and parallel circuits. BASIC ELECTRICAL WIRING ~ 95hr/3cr The study of basic electrical wiring, electrical lay-outs, installation and testing of various electrical components and service entrance panels used in residential and commercial applications in accordance with the National Electrical Code. ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS ~ 90hr/3cr Topics to be covered will include basic principles of ladder logic and schematic diagrams, theory and operation of relays, solenoids, contactors, starters, timers, switches, proximity switches, and power distribution systems used in the industrial applications. The students will be required to properly connect and test circuits for proper system operation. MOTORS & TRANSFORMERS ~ 90hr/3cr A continuation of the electrical components course designed to help students in the theory and operation of single and three-phase transformers and motors. Topics will include step-up and step-down transformers, delta and wye connections, AC and DC motor operations, and load testing of components. Students will be introduced to AC and DC variable speed drives. INDUSTRIAL CONTROLS ~ 90hr/3cr The study and application of single and three phase motor control circuitry using contactors, manual, and magnetic starters. The use of single and multiple start/stop stations, as well as timing circuits and proximity switches, will be used for forward and reversal of AC and DC motor operations. Emphasis is placed on the proper wiring, troubleshooting, and repair actions motor control circuits. INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS I ~ 90hr/3cr The use of electronic test equipment is introduced in this course to properly test and analyze solid state components. Topics will include solid state power supplies and amplifier circuits with emphasis on diodes, capacitors, transistors, and resistors to study their effects on various system operations. INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS II ~ 90hr/3cr A continuation of Industrial Electronics I with the theory and operation of silicon control rectifiers, diac, triac, field effect transistors, photo-electric components, operational amplifiers, and the 555 timer used in industrial motor control circuits. DIGITAL ELECTRONICS ~ 90hr/3cr The study and operation of circuits used in digital logic systems. Topics covered will be the seven basic gates, flip flops, counters, arithmetic circuits, encoders and decoders, multiplexing and numbering systems used in computer and programmable logic controllers. PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLS ~ 90hr/3cr The study of operation, programming, and troubleshooting of PLC systems. Students apply theory to hands-on applications related to the basic principles of Programmable Logic Controllers. Topics covered include ladder diagrams, numbering systems, timers, counters, PLC installation, programming, editing, and process control using PID instructions. Students will learn to interface PLC systems to field devices and instrumentation and utilize common "human-machine interface" software to interact with PLC programs. ROBOTICS ~ 80hr/3cr A study of robotics fundamentals that introduce students to controllers, types of robotics arms, end effectors, sensors, integration of mechanical devices, degree of operations, and teaching methods found in basic robotics systems. PNEUMATICS & HYDRAULICS ~ 100hr/3cr The study of fluid power operations used in industrial applications for power transmission and machine control. Topics will include air-compressors, hydraulic pumps, motors, cylinders, mechanical and electrical control valves, ISO symbology, and use of schematic diagrams associated with system operations and troubleshooting. ELECTIVES AUTOMATION CONTROLS ~ 90hr/3cr Interfacing Programmable Logic Controls (PLC?c) to sensors for controlling pneumatics, hydraulics, motor controls, and electrical applications. COOPERATIVE EDUCATION ~ 90hr/3cr A method of learing where the student works in his/her field of study and is paid and graded by that employer. View more details on Schuylkill Technology Center . 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