What lab work will I do in the Electrical Engineering Technology program at Ecotech Institute?
Hands-on lab exercises are a vital part of the Electrical Engineering Technology program curriculum at Ecotech Institute. Patrick Longstreth, Program Director, talks about one of them.”Well, first of all, this is a simulator which allows our students to actually create certain stimulated scenarios so that they can take a look at how to wire up motors in certain configurations to do different types of functions with that process. What this does, this simulator allows our students to really test those concepts and really be able to apply them so that when they walk out of here they really understand okay, when I hooked up this motor, why did it do what it did or when I hooked it up in this configuration this is what I should get so when they get out to the field they’re not going to necessarily see a module that looks like this, but they’re going to definitely understand how to wire it up, they understand the behavior of the motor and how it works and they can apply all that they see here out to the field. This is a great way for students to get a good concept on our motors and how they work. How relays work, how contact switches work and things like that in an environment that’s a) safe and b) effective in showing them the concepts that we’re trying to show them.Safety is a paramount number one concern here. We always do safety first before we ever go into anything and we preach that to our students daily and we preach it to them regularly.”Ecotech Institute in Aurora, Colorado is the college for renewable energy and environmental sustainability.http://ecotechinstitute.com
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