Electronics Technology

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Students first learn the basics of Electronics: direct and alternating current theory, semiconductor devices, digital techniques and circuitry, electronic components, electronic circuits, and the basics of microprocessors. The use of test equipment such as multimeters, oscilloscopes, function generators, transistor testers, etc. is used in this area.
Advanced students learn to use ladder logic diagrams, schematics, and programmable logic controllers to control machining and manufacturing processes. Motors, motor controls, hydraulics, and pneumatics are included in the study of Industrial Electronics.
Training is also provided in fiber optics termination and testing, computer network structure, terminating and testing. Electronic security and fire alarms, as well as access control, closed circuit television, and telephone systems will also be studied.
  •  Motors, Generators, & Magnetism
  •  Digital Electronic Concepts
  •  Digital Electronic Applications
  •  Advanced Digital Logic Concepts
  •  Microcompressor Concepts & Applications
  •  Robotics
  •  Circuit Design
  •  Motor Controls
  •  NEC Wiring
  •  Fundamentals of Instrumentation
  •  Electronic Security
  •  Access Control
  •  Closed Circuit TV
  •  Electronics Assembler - 432 hours / Certificate
  •  Electronics Tester - 864 hours / Certificate
  •  Electronics Technician Apprentice - 1296 hours / Certificate
  •  Electronics Technician Apprentice / Electrician Apprentice - 2160 hours / Diploma
  •  Electronics Technician Apprentice / Supplemental Training - 2160 hours / Diploma
Highest Award - Diploma
Program Length - 20 months
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