Few engineered systems exist today that are purely mechanical in nature. Many incorporate electrical, electronic, or computer subsystems in the form of sensors, actuators, and controls, and mechanical engineers take advantage of such capabilities. The course begins with a review of circuit analysis techniques. Topics then proceed to passive, active, and digital devices; operational amplifiers; power analysis; sensors and signal conditioning; and motors and other actuators. Three laboratory assignments spaced throughout the semester include construction and diagnostics of circuits and electromechanical systems with a view towards sensing, actuation, and integration. 3 hrs. lec., 3 labs per semester.