Basic Process Control: Electrical Connections

Basic Process Control: Electrical Connections is part nine of the Basic Process Control nine-part training series.

Produced in conjunction with ISA — The Instrumentation, Systems, and Automation Society (ISA™) — the course teaches students to identify the different types of wires and differentiate between crimped splice and in-line splices.

Topics covered include:

  • Coaxial cable connections and conductors to terminal
  • Grounds and shields
  • Electrical noise and signal distortion
  • General safety and intrinsic safety
  • Signal tracing in an electrical circuit.
Course menu:

Process Control Connections
  • Conductors, Splices, and Cables
  • Methods for Making Connections
  • Attaching Conductors to Terminals
Grounds and Shields
  • Equipment Grounds
  • Shielded Cables
  • Procedures for Making Cable Connections
Troubleshooting an Instrument Loop System
  • Signal Tracing
General Safety
  • Classifications of Hazards
  • Ways to Minimize Explosions

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