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ATR-115 Introduction to Mechatronics

This course introduces the synergistic application of mechanical, electrical, electronic, and computer engineering technologies that are used for the purpose of control and maintenance of high-tech devices and equipment.  Topics include automation, advanced manufacturing, sensors, actuators, process control, circuits, robotics, electromechanical equipment, hydraulics, pneumatics, electrical drives, motors, and programmable logic controllers. Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate an understanding of the function of the components of a mechatronic system, their controlling interactions, and the overall operation of the mechatronic control system.
Class Hours: 3.00 Lab Hours: 3.00
Credit Hours: 4.00



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