Pneumatics: Indicators and Hand-Auto Control Stations

SKU: RVI-11169Duration: 60 Minutes

Transmitters, recorders, signal converters, indicators, and hand-auto control stations are all important pieces of instrumentation and control equipment used in pneumatic systems. Understanding how these instruments function will allow you to maintain your system at desired operating conditions.  This interactive online course will teach you about the relationship between the input and output of a transmitter and how a pneumatic transmitter develops an output pressure signal that accurately represents the value of a process variable. You will also learn how to perform calibration adjustments on a typical pneumatic transmitter. Additionally, you will learn the function and purpose of hand-auto control stations.

Course Details


Training Time: 60 minutes

Compatibility: Desktop Only

Based on: Industry Standards and Best Practices

Languages: English

Learning Objectives

  • By the end of this course, you will be able to:Identify the three basic mechanisms in a pneumatic transmitterDescribe the operation of the recorder’s print drive and chart drive mechanismsDescribe how to make calibration adjustments to a P-to-1 converterDescribe how to make calibration adjustments to a pneumatic indicatorDescribe the set point and hand relays used in a hand-auto station
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