Electromech Dev & Sys/Robotics (EET-204)
The analysis, synthesis, and integration of systems encompassing electromechanical, electronic, electrical, and mechanical subsystems. Actuators, motors, generators, sensors, transducers, tachometers, amplifiers, signal conditioners, and displays are studied. Analog, digital, and hybrid (analog/digital) control systems, instrumentation and measurement techniques are also studied. Further study of the integration of automatic control systems and computers involve programmable controllers, robotics, and automated manufacturing systems. In the laboratory the student performs experiments on these systems and subsystems with emphasis on diagnostic testing, interfacing, measurement, troubleshooting, calibration, programming, and servicing techniques. Prerequiste: EET 213. 3 lecture and 3 laboratory hours per week. 4 credit hours.