Industrial Control Electronics

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Prentice Hall, 1990 - Technology & Engineering - 285 pages
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Our first objective is to remove the mystery from electrically controlled circuits and present them in simple, basic terms or concepts that require no higher level mathematics. A second goal is to develop complex circuits from uncomplicated examples that gradually build upon basic concepts and then to reapply these principles to more intricate circuits and still retain the basic ideas. The intent of the book is to allow ANYONE WITH A DESIRE TO LEARN to have the ability to function in a control environment with confidence and to have logical reasoning for applying the principles presented.

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Contents

CONTROL DIAGRAMS
20
CONTROL THINKING
31
MODIFYING CURCUITS
42
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