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ELTRY 12 BASIC ELECTRICITY-ELECTRONICS (INDUSTRIAL ARTS) 2.0
Fundamental concepts, theories, laws and devices used in the technical industry. Circuit analysis using testing and measuring procedures. Troubleshooting procedures using schematic, measurement instruments and hands-on laboratory experience. Required instructional trips. Total of 18 hours lecture and 54 hours laboratory.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
ELTRY 217 ELECTRICAL INSPECTION AND CODES 2.0
Inspection using the national, state and local codes. Duties of the electrical inspector with emphasis on code enforcement, inspection procedures, plan reading, electrical symbols and terminology. Methods of performing electrical inspections and interpreting electrical systems based on the current electrical codes and standards. Emphasis on the importance of safety, asbestos abatement awareness, anchoring and supporting for earthquake mitigation. Quality workmanship, efficient and well-designed electrical systems and retrofitting. Required instructional trips. Recommended Elty 240ABCD or 248ABCD. No credit if taken after Elty 217A or B. Total of 36 hours lecture.
 
ELTRY 218 ELECTRICAL INSPECTION AND CODES - UPDATE 1.0
Prerequisite: Elty 217.
Review of recent changes and revisions to local, state and national electrical codes and standards. Emphasis on new methods of code applications and calculations. Code reference on installation of new electrical hardware and materials. Discussion of future trends of electrical design concepts. Total of 18 hours lecture.
 
ELTRY 240A INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY 8.0
Introduction to direct current circuits, theory, practices, applications, DC electrical systems and troubleshooting techniques. Use state-of-the-art equipment, components, devices, power sources for hands-on laboratory experiments. Identify commonly used electrical symbols, abbreviations, circuits, diagrams, wiring methods, and test measuring instruments. Formulas used in electrical theory, offering a review and application of various functions: principles of magnetism and electromagnetic applicable to electrical components, proper use and selection of tools and electrical specifications, codes and standards. Required instructional trips. Total of 90 hours lecture and 180 hours laboratory.
 
ELTRY 240B ELECTRICAL POWER GENERATION AND CONTROL CIRCUITS 8.0
Prerequisite: Elty 240A.
Introduction to alternating current circuits, theory, practices and applications for electrical power generation and control circuits. Fundamental theory, calculations, formulas and applications of AC and DC power generation, transmission and distribution systems, transformers, motors and generators. Study complex networks such as RC, RL and RLC circuits, motor controllers, electromagnetic circuits and Poly-Phase systems. Course will include explanation of electrical specifications, codes, standards, terms, abbreviations, components, safety and wiring requirements. Hands-on-laboratory assignments with state-of-the art test and measurement instruments will provide testing techniques and troubleshooting procedures. Required instructional trips. Total of 90 hours lecture and 180 hours laboratory.
 
ELTRY 240C ELECTRICAL POWER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS AND MACHINERY 8.0
Prerequisite: Elty 240B.
An advanced course that requires knowledge of AC and DC theory, practices and applications. Investigates the theory and applications of motors, generators, electromagnetic, systems and their interaction in power distribution systems and machinery. Covers principles of AC, installation of devices in AC circuits and response to circuits of AC excitation; concepts of electrical symbols, abbreviations, diagrams, specifications, safety procedures, codes and standards. Provides a technical, theoretical, practical and multidisciplinary approach to a broad understanding of electrical formulas, calculations for power technology and alternative energy sources. Hands-on and computer aided laboratory experiments to develop knowledge and skills in programmable controllers for electrical machinery used the in electrical industry. Required instructional trips. Total of 90 hours lecture and 180 hours laboratory.
 
ELTRY 240D PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS/SOLID STATE DEVICES AND ELECTRONIC 8.0
Prerequisite: Elty 240C.
Advanced course provides theoretical and practical principals concerning DC and AC circuits and systems, electric machinery and automated systems. Design of programmable logic control circuits and systems, ladder logic and diagram, systems wiring, sequencers, numbering systems, timing and counters, logic and math instruction, and program mapping. Machine control functions consisting of; relay type instructions, solid state devices, software development, programming language and diagnostic analyst, using test and measuring instruments. Applications of programmable logic controls include; wire management, management of co-generations systems, alternate energy sources, communication and sensor program management, integrated network systems and uninterrupted power systems. Hands-on laboratory provide applications for installation specifications, system wiring, systems inspection procedures for safety and related codes and standards. Required instructional trips. Total of 90 hours lecture and 180 hours laboratory.
 
ELTRY 248A INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY 4.0
Fundamental theory and application of DC circuits for the electrical industry. Explanation of electrical terms, codes and components. Measuring electrical parameters with state-of-the-art measurement instruments. Hands-on laboratory assignments with instruments, test techniques, troubleshooting procedures and schematic reading. Required instructional trips. Total of 54 hours lecture and 54 hours laboratory.
 
ELTRY 248B ELECTRICAL POWER GENERATION AND CONTROL CIRCUITS 4.0
Prerequisite: Elty 248A.
Fundamental theory and application of AC and DC power generation, distribution and control circuits for the electrical industries. Explanation of electrical codes, standards, terms and components. Hands-on laboratory assignments with state-of-the-art measurement instruments, test techniques and troubleshooting procedures. Required instructional trips. Total of 54 hours lecture and 54 hours laboratory.
 
ELTRY 248C ELECTRICAL POWER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS AND MACHINERY 4.0
Prerequisite: Elty 248B.
Theory and application of electromagnetic interaction in power distribution systems and machinery for the electrical industry. Concepts of electrical codes and standards. Laboratory investigations of electrical and magnetic circuits, programmable controllers and state-of-the-art devices. Required instructional trips. Total of 54 hours lecture and 54 hours laboratory.
 
ELTRY 248D PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS/SOLID STATE DEVICES/ELECTRONIC APPL 4.0
Prerequisite: Elty 248C.
Study and performance of programmable controllers for machinery, energy management, cogeneration, alternate energy and uninterrupted power source. Hands-on laboratory assignments with state-of-the-art measurement instruments and troubleshooting concepts. Required instructional trips. Total of 54 hours lecture and 54 hours laboratory.
 
ELTRY 250 INTRODUCTION TO PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEMS 4.0
This course in solar electricity introduces students to the field of photovoltaic (PV). Introduction to photovoltaic terminology, concepts, vocabulary, techniques and safety. History, applications and benefits of the different PV systems. Basic Electrical theories related to photovoltaic. PV system sizing and cost estimating. Voltage, current, resistance and power calculation and measurements. Specification of the components such as inverter, charge controller, combiner, battery and generator. Recommended high school algebra, Math 125 or Math 127B or Math 128B. Required instructional trips. Total of 54 hours lecture and 54 hours laboratory.
 
ELTRY 251 PHOTOVOLTAIC THEORY AND INSTALLATION TECHNIQUES 4.0
Prerequisite: Elty 250.
This course in solar electricity will prepare students for entry level employment in photovoltaic (PV) industry. Instruction includes solar electricity fundamentals, PV safety, site analysis, PV system sizing and design, required components and equipment. Product installation, troubleshooting, net metering laws and National Electrical Code for PV requirements. Successful participants will be qualified to sit for the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) "PV Installer Entry Level Certificate of Knowledge" examination. Required instructional trips. Total of 54 hours lecture and 54 hours laboratory.