PCC / News / March 19, 2014

Electronic Engineering students get creative during CC mall displays

Story by Deb Crawford. Photos by Linda Browning.

On Wednesday, March 12, students from Electronic Engineering Technology Program’s Microcontrollers Systems class (EET 242) displayed and demonstrated their term projects in the CC building at the Sylvania Campus. Displays included humidity and pH sensors for the Sylvania Learning Garden, lights for a new scale model of the Fremont Bridge, Android-Arduino color displays, G-force indicators, a range detector, RFID security systems and more. Second-year Electronic Engineering Technology students shared their hard work with staff, faculty and other students on campus.