Troubleshooting Industrial Controls


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Troubleshooting Industrial Controls
101060410109011031700 Troubleshooting Industrial ControlsThe need to improve industrial control systems is an ever-changing process. Automated devices, such as electronic, hydraulic, pneumatic, and advanced computer-controlled systems, are being developed at rapid rates. Modern-day control systems offer reduced personnel and production costs and increased safety, manufacturing efficiency, and quality control. Industrial power controls are used to regulate such devices as electric motors, lights, robotic operations, audible signals, heaters, conveyors, machine tools, pumps, medical diagnostic and therapeutic equipment, …
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Daniel R. Tomal, Ph.D.; Aram S. Agajanian, Ph.D.: Electronic Troubleshooting, Fourth Edition. Troubleshooting Industrial Controls, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2014), AccessEngineering Export