This is the first of a series of six posts on instrumentation training for the electrician. In this post, we’ll take a look at some basics. In previous posts, we’ve talked about using software in the workplace, as well as some general advice for staying motivated during your career. Now we’ll talk about some of the applications for instrumentation training. As a tool, any device can be used as part of an intricate system and learning how to use that device in different ways will give you an edge in an industry that’s always looking for good people.
One of the most common applications is for manufacturing. With so many components involved with any manufacturing process, measuring everything can be a challenging task. By using the correct equipment, you can ensure that you get the accurate measurements and feedback you need to make the best decisions for your business. These instrumentation training courses will teach you how to set up a measurement system in a factory and then how to use various pieces of that equipment to calculate product defects and maintain quality control throughout the production process.
From flow measurement to temperature and moisture detection, there are a number of fun and interesting applications for instrumentation training. From there, it’s a short jump to more difficult topics like electrical measurements, or even building structures with architectural instruments. There are even courses for making medical equipment or working with fire extinguishers. Whatever you want to learn, there’s a perfect course waiting for you in the online courses available.
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