Summer Semester: Not Offered
EGR 2231 Troubleshooting of Automated Systems
3.0 Credit Hours
Concept of troubleshooting and its importance in manufacturing systems. Troubleshooting philosophies, flowchart examination, electrical and mechanical troubleshooting. Techniques for troubleshooting systems containing sensors, PLCs, Robots, HMIs and other common automation equipment. Fault determination using software to monitor the performance of small automated systems. Two classroom, three lab hours per week.
Prerequisite: EGR 1100 AND EGR 1128 AND EET 2281
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