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Process Sampling Systems (AAS05)

Professional Development Hours: 1
$60.00

Pressure Measurement (AFM01)

Professional Development Hours: 1
$60.00

Actuator and Positioner Maintenance (ACV04)

This lesson introduces participants to causes and symptoms of actuator and positioner malfunctions and applies the concepts and terminology of actuators and positioners to the disassembly, repair, parts replacement and re-assembly of diaphragm and piston
Professional Development Hours: 1
$60.00

Calibrating Flow Instruments (AIC04)

Professional Development Hours: 1
$60.00

Test Instruments and Devices Library

Professional Development Hours: 4
$240.00

Process Operations Library

Professional Development Hours: 3
$180.00

Industrial Process Control Library

Professional Development Hours: 2
$120.00

Control Valves Library

Professional Development Hours: 4
$240.00

Analyzers Bundle

Professional Development Hours: 1
$240.00

Frequently asked questions (FAQs) for Instrumentation

In an instrumentation job, your duties vary depending on the industry and your work. Instrumentation technicians, for example, help install, maintain, and repair a specific electrical or mechanical system that controls refineries, equipment, and vehicles.

Control and instrumentation (C&I) engineers are responsible for designing, developing, installing, managing, and maintaining equipment to monitor and control engineering systems, machinery, and processes. You must ensure that these systems and processes operate effectively, efficiently, and safely.

Control instrumentation includes devices such as solenoids, valves, circuit breakers, and relays. These devices can change a field parameter and provide remote or automated control capabilities.