Sparks Electrical News

By the end of this 1-day session, a participant will understand the most important basic principles of troubleshooting and calibrating analogue and HART process instruments and transmitters in the field. The participant will have learned and practised troubleshooting mA loops and Calibrating the most common variables with handheld Process Calibration instruments and experienced the obstacles and best practices when executing a Calibration.

By the end of this 2-days introduction training a participant will understand the complete thermography workflow, which includes most important basic principles of Infrared measurements, efficient use of thermal camera, understanding of the most important camera settings, basics of how to interpret images created during the inspection and how to efficiently report about findings during thermal imaging inspection.

An important step in the problem-solving process is taking measurements and identifying problems from the results so that the appropriate counter measures can be taken. With theory, hands-on exercises and case study analysis, the participant will learn about the symptoms of most current problems and how to measure, recognize and estimate their impact.

All electrical contractors are required by law to be registered with Department of Labour and ensure that all electrical work is performed in accordance with legislative requirements and any applicable codes of practice and technical standards. This registration entitles them to issue Certificates of Compliance – legally.

GU10 lamps were first introduced into the South African market around 2002 as a replacement for the GU5.3 low voltage lamp. The beauty of the GU10 lamps was that they were 230 V and did not require a transformer. What was more, one could purchase GU10 conversion kits to convert GU5.3 fittings to accommodate a GU10 lamp.

The Fluke 787B and 789 ProcessMeter™ from Comtest doubles troubleshooting capabilities by combining the power of a safety-rated, digital multimeter and mA loop calibrator into a single, compact test tool. Based on the trusted measurement capabilities of the Fluke 87 DMM, the 787B and 789 add the ability to measure, source and simulate mA with the accuracy and resolution that can be expected from a Fluke mA loop calibrator, giving users the ideal tool for troubleshooting and calibrating current loop applications.

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Title: Editor
Name: Gregg Cocking
Email: sparks@crown.co.za
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Name: Carin Hannay
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