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Core: Introduction

Automation Control & Instrumentation Series

Media Type - Interactive CD-ROM

Overview The CORE - Introduction training program, or unit, is designed to familiarize trainees with the basic elements, terminology, and functions of control systems. After completing this program, the trainees should be able to identify and describe various types of input and output devices that are commonly used with automated control systems. They should also be able to identify and describe common types of control devices and control loop arrangements.

Objectives Define terms commonly associated with the input side of a control system. Identify and describe common types of temperature sensors that provide input information to a control system. Identify and describe common types of position sensors. Identify and describe common types of pressure sensors, flow sensors, and level sensors. Identify and describe common types of electric instruments, timers, counters, recorders, and pneumatic sensors. Identify and describe common actuating devices used in the output side of a control system. Describe common decision-making devices that connect the input and output elements in a control system. Describe common control loop arrangements used in automatic control systems.

Subjects:
Input Elements Terminology Temperature Sensors Position Sensors Pressure, Flow, and Level Sensors Other Input Devices
Output Elements Actuating Devices
Control Elements Decision-Making Devices Control Loops

  • Product Code - ACCIN
    Support Material - One User Guide and Five Handbooks
    Length - 1 to 2 hours
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  • Part of the Automation Control & Instrumentation Series.