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EL-202 Programmable Controllers

Study of the operation of a programmable-control managed system and how programmable controllers fit into the industrial system. PC ladder logic, elementary programming procedures, PC logic applications and troubleshooting are also covered.Pre-requisite:EL-100, EL-101Z, EL-102Z, EL-105, EL-104, E106, EL-107

Teacher: Brent Laflen

EL-205 - Motors - Hays

This course covers the theory of basic motor action of both AC and DC motors. Studies will cover many different types of motors, the characteristics of each, theory of operation, starting methods, and applications of each as they apply to industry.Pre-requisite:EL-100, EL-101Z, EL-102Z, EL-105, EL-104, E106, EL-107

Teacher: Brent Laflen

EL-202 Programmable Controllers - Hays

Study of the operation of a programmable-control managed system and how programmable controllers fit into the industrial system. PC ladder logic, elementary programming procedures, PC logic applications and troubleshooting are also covered. Pre-requisite:EL-100, EL-101Z, EL-102Z, EL-105, EL-104, E106, EL-107

Teacher: Brent Laflen

EL-203 Generators - Hays

This course covers the basics of how a generator operates and its construction; where and when generators are required by the National Electric Code; and how generators are installed and connected to the electrical service.

Teacher: Seth Flavin

EL-201- Electrical Troubleshooting - Hays

Course covers many special applications of electrical and electronic circuits. Explains the use of various types of test equipment and the procedures  to  find  and  solve  electrical  and  electronic  problems.  Students learn about many different types of electrical and electronic equipment and possible causes for failure. Pre-requisite: EL-100, EL-101Z, EL-102Z, EL-105, EL-103Z, EL-104, E106, EL-107

EL-203 Generators

This  course  introduces  generator  construction and operation;  where  and  when  generators  are required by the National Electric Code; and how generators are installed and connected to the electrical service.
Pre-requisite: EL-100, EL-101Z, EL-102Z, EL-105, EL-103Z, EL-104, E106, EL-107

Teacher: Seth Flavin

EL-101Z AC/DC I & II

AC/DC Circuits I addresses the basics of direct and alternating current. This course addresses more complex theory such as Thevenin's and Norton's Theorems, inductive and capacitive reactance, impedance, and resonance, power factor, vectors, true power


EL-105 Residential Wiring

An introductory course on residential wiring methods that includes practical applications and hands-on experience in implementing code requirements.