Control Electronics

Electronic systems are physical interconnections of components that collect various amounts of information simultaneously. And this is done with the help of input devices such as sensors, which will respond in a certain way to this information and then use the electrical energy in the form of output actions to control physical processes or perform some kind of mathematical operation on the signals.

Electronic control is also considered as the process of converting one signal into another signal to provide the desired system response. It can be said that a simple electronic system consists of input, process, and output with the input variable to the system and the output variable from the system both being signals.

One of the electronic components that can be used as a controller is a potentiometer.

In this specialization, students will learn about industrial management, instructional design, and instructional competencies. Students can choose the control electronics or control electronics specialization when they enter the 5th semester of lectures.