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Basics of Pneumatic instruments

Introduction A pneumatic system is a system that uses compressed air to transmit and control energy. Pneumatic systems are used in controlling train doors, automatic production lines, mechanical clamps, etc   What are pneumatic systems used for? The pneumatic systems used in the industry are usually driven by compressed air or compressed inert gases. A …

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Pneumatic force balance instruments

Introduction to force balance instruments When equal force is applied to both sides of an object then the force is balanced and there won’t be any motion. Pneumatics can be described as the process in which pressurized gas is utilized to create mechanical motion.  In a pneumatic system air is the important source for the …

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In-Depth Guide to Pressure Measuring Instruments and Calibration

Involve yourself in the field of pressure measurement!  Pressure Measurement Instrument Working Principle Types of Pressure Measuring Instruments Pressure Transmitter Types of Pressure Measuring Gauges Calibration Procedure for Pressure Measuring Instruments Troubleshooting and Other Procedure for Pressure Measuring Instruments  Pressure Calibrating Equipments

Classification of measuring instruments

The instruments used to measure the physical and electrical quantities are known as measuring instruments. The measuring instruments may be classified as follows: Absolute instrument & Secondary instruments: Absolute instrument measures the process variable directly from the process without the use of conversion. Such instruments do not require comparison with any other standard. The tangent galvanometer is …

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Functions and features of pneumatic valves

Introduction Pneumatic valves control the path of the compressed air. The direction of flow is indicated by an arrow. Actuation can take place manually, mechanically, pneumatically or electrically. Automated systems generally use solenoid-actuated valves that form the interface between pneumatic and electrical control. They are switched by means of the output signals from the signal …

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Active and passive instruments

Introduction We can divide instruments into active and passive according to the consumption of power.”Active” means is that some component inside requires power, either a battery or an external voltage source for working. “Passive” just means that no components inside need to be powered. Examples of active components include transistors, LED lights, and op-amps or …

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