Monthly Archives: September 2012

Fault Finding

Came across a different motor the other day and thought this may be useful. Even though I decided to throw this in under Fault Finding, it is more a motor connection topic. Reason for me putting it here is that … Continue reading

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Remote Site Monitoring/Alarming

Had to do a job yesterday where we needed to set up remote site alarming for our client. In this case the client specified the hardware to be used and hence this article. When you do these installations, it is … Continue reading

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Fault Finding Electrical: What Next?

We have had a look at the basic techniques to use when having to fault find a circuit. The next topic that should be added to this is the need for us to have a good understanding of PLC’s With … Continue reading

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Instrumentation: Performing FAT Test

In our previous post on instrumentation, we looked at the analogue signal to and from instruments. What we need to do now is to have a look at how you would perform the Factory Acceptance Testing of these instruments you … Continue reading

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