EEP453 Industrial Electronic Equipment

Code EEP453
Name Industrial Electronic Equipment
Status Compulsory/Courses of Limited Choice; Courses of Free Choice
Level and type Undergraduate Studies, Professional
Field of study Electronics and Telecommunications
Faculty
Academic staff Ivars Raņķis, Oskars Krievs, Andrejs Potapovs, Agris Treimanis
Credit points 4.0 (6.0 ECTS)
Parts 1
Annotation Classification of manufacturing systems, technology pyramid and tree. Discrete control input and output devices – control switches, relays, actuators and indicators. Solid-state devices in industrial applications – transistor and thyristor switches, solid state relays, AC and DC voltage regulators. Industrial power supply topologies. Discrete industrial sensors – inductive and capacitive proximity sensors, photoelectric sensors, their operational principles and typical implementation. Output interfaces of discrete sensors. Analogue industrial sensors and transducers – temperature, pressure, flow, level, position and speed sensors, their operational principles and typical implementation. Analogue signal conditioning with operational amplifiers. Basics of Boolean algebra. Logic gates, synthesis and minimization of logic functions and their implementation in integrated circuits. Programmable logic controller systems, their structure and typical components. Ladder diagrams. Classification and structure of industrial communication networks. Elements of safety systems, risk assessment and prevention, selection of safety system architecture..
Goals and objectives
of the course in terms
of competences and skills
Provide knowledge in fundamentals of industrial electronics. Develop the ability to recognize and design basic electronic equipment applicable in industrial environment.
Learning outcomes
and assessment
Ability to recognize and apply typical discrete control input and output devices. - Accomplished and defended lab. work No.1.
Ability to recognize and apply typical discrete and analogue sensors. - Accomplished and defended lab. work No.2.
Ability to recognize and apply typical analogue signal conditioning modes with operational amplifiers. - Accomplished and defended lab. work No.3.
Knowledge about parameters of different logic families and ability to implement them in practice. - Accomplished and defended lab. work No.4.
Ability to design simple process control systems. - Accomplished and defended home task.
Course prerequisites Basic knowledge of fundamentals of electrical engineering theory and in solid-state devices.

[Extended course information PDF]