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PE Control Systems Exam Prep Products

Passing the PE Control Systems exam is a pivotal step in a Control Systems engineer's career. A PE license is mandatory for consulting, owning a firm, stamping and sealing designs, and other activities. The PE Control Systems exam is an open-book exam given once per year in October. Knowledge areas covered on the exam include Measurement; Control Systems; Final Control Elements; Signals, Transmission, and Networking; and Safety Systems.

Shop individual products for the PE Control Systems exam below. The products are a necessity for preparing for exam day.

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PE Control Systems: Sample Questions and Solutions
$95.00

PE Control Systems: Sample Questions & Solutions is a valuable reference and exam review resource for examinees preparing for the Control Systems PE exam. This book provides the following:

  • Two multiple-choice 80-question sample exams 
  • Step-by-step solutions to each problem
  • Description of examinations
  • Licensing requirements
  • Requirements for foreign engineers

Topics Covered

  • Measurement
  • Signals, Transmission, and Networking
  • Final Control Elements
  • Control Systems
  • Safety Systems
  • Codes, Standards, and Regulations
Casio Calculator OnDemand Lessons - 90 Days (Includes Calculator)
$79.00
Maximize your time on exam day by knowing how to use the Casio FX-115 ES Plus Calculator. This package includes the calculator and access to 12 easy-to-follow video lessons which will provide you with the training, tips, and shortcuts necessary for exam success.

You can follow along with the online lessons anytime and anywhere, and all at your own pace. Each lesson contains step-by-step videos that demonstrate calculator functions most likely to be used on exam day.

You will have unlimited access to the online lessons for 90 days after purchase. They are an excellent reference tool throughout your exam preparation, and will give you added confidence when taking your exam.

Lesson Topics:

  • Base-N Operations
  • Basic Operations
  • Basic Setup and Modes
  • Complex Number Calculations
  • Distribution Calculations
  • Equation Calculations
  • Function Calculations
  • Inequality Calculations
  • Matrix Operations
  • Statistical Operations
  • Symbolic Math
  • Vector Calculation

Core Engineering Concepts for Students and Professionals, Print
$99.00

Find the answers to your engineering questions with Core Engineering Concepts for Students and Professionals. This authoritative reference provides comprehensive coverage of thousands of engineering concepts in one convenient book, including topics covered in 4- and 5-year engineering degree programs and those encountered in practice.

This book is a cross-disciplinary reference that can be used by engineers studying or practicing in any engineering field, including civil, mechanical, electrical, structural, environmental, industrial, and chemical engineering. Written for both students and practitioners by a professional engineer, it incorporates more than 30 years of engineering experience.

The Go-To Reference for Engineering Students and Professionals:

  • Covers the breadth of an engineering degree
  • Contains civil, mechanical, electrical, chemical, and industrial engineering subjects
  • Features 82 chapters covering thousands of engineering concepts
  • Contains more than 580 example problems with step-by-step solutions
  • References over 3,700 essential engineering equations and formulas
  • Presents over 315 figures and 780 tables
  • Lists fully defined nomenclature for each chapter
  • Includes a multiply cross-referenced index
Topics Covered Include:

  • Atomic Theory
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Computer Programming
  • Dynamics
  • Electrical Circuits
  • Engineering Licensure
  • Ethics and Law 
  • Fluids
  • Heat Transfer
  • Management Science
  • Material Science
  • Mathematics
  • Mechanics of Materials
  • Plans and Drawings
  • Physics
  • Statics
  • Systems Analysis
  • Thermodynamics
Engineering Unit Conversions, Print
$49.00
Covering more than 4,500 entries on traditional English, conventional metric, and SI units found in the civil, mechanical, electrical, and chemical engineering fields. This book will come in handy during your open-book exam as well as throughout your engineering career. If you have ever struggled with converting grams to slugs, centistokes to square feet per second, or pounds per million gallons (lbm/MG) to milligrams per liter (mg/L), you will appreciate the time-saving value of this book.

Topics Include:

  • Conversion Factors
  • Temperature Conversions
  • The Elements
  • Fundamental and Derived Constants
  • Astronomical Data
  • Greek Alphabet
  • Prefixes (SI and Binary)
  • Decimal Equivalents
PPI Customizable Book Tabs
$18.00
Quickly locate important information on exam day with these 48 multi-colored customizable book tabs.

The Ideal Tool for Organizing Information in Your References:

  • Simple to affix to a book page
  • Easily customizable with permanent marker (Sharpie)
  • Tear resistant thanks to their special design
  • 48 multi-colored 1-1/4" x 1/2" tabs (two sheets)

Please note: Not all state boards allow the use of tabbed reference materials during exams. Confirm with your state board whether you are permitted to use tabbed references.

This product is non-returnable.

PE Control Systems Exam FAQs

You will have 8 hours to complete the exam, which contains 80 questions.
The PE Control Systems exam can be difficult. According to NCEES, 67% of first-time test takers pass. The exam tests your competency in all aspects of control systems engineering and should not be taken lightly. You should plan on taking several months to prepare and study before sitting for the exam.
The PE Control Systems exam tests for a minimum level of competency in control systems engineering. In most cases, you need a minimum of four years of post-college work experience to be able to sit for the exam.
The PE Control Systems exam covers the following topics:
  • Measurement
  • Control Systems
  • Final Control Elements
  • Signals, Transmission, and Networking
  • Safety Systems
For more information, you can visit the ncees.org or view this PDF