EET 2030 — Motor Controls
Credit Hours: 3.00
Total Contact Hours: 40.00
Lecture Hours: 2.00
Lab Hours: 2.00
Introduces motor control devices and the circuits they are designed to be used in. Electronic components used as controlling and sensing devices are reviewed. Magnetic relays, motor starters, timers, forward and reversing starters and other motor control devices are introduced. Different types of motors are also discussed. These may include direct current motors, three-phase and single-phase alternating current motors and stepping motors. Different methods for starting, accelerating, stopping, and reversing motors will be discussed. Laboratory activity will be used to wire up control circuits and analyze important characteristics of these circuits.
Prerequisite: EET 1110.
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