About this Course
A technician may encounter a wide variety of signal standards based on the type of industrial processes and, depending on the age of the facility, possibly multiple generations of standards.
A background in common analog and digital standards provides a technician with perspective, necessary for understanding the specific standards used in a specific facility, as well as the reasons for their use.
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
Describe the common analog signals used for industrial measurement and control
Explain the application and basic operation of the HART Protocol
Identify common digital field bus standards used for industrial measurement and control
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Analog Signal Standards
HART Communications Protocol
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