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Socratic Instrumentation

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Lessons In Industrial Instrumentation textbook

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Worksheets for "INST" courses taught at BTC

Course outlines
(worksheet cover pages): [PDF]
Summer Quarter (INST23X):
Motor Controls and PLCs
Fall Quarter (INST24X):
Measurement
Winter Quarter (INST25X):
Control
Spring Quarter (INST26X):
Networks and Systems

Additional study materials

Click here to access special worksheets designed
to sharpen your skills on essential topics.
Click here to access public-domain textbooks on
subjects related to industrial instrumentation.
Click here for photo examples of how not to do instrumentation.

Hardware and Software

Click here to access open-source hardware designs and software useful in building instrumentation systems
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Source code

Click here to download an enormous archive file containing all the source code for both the Socratic Instrumentation worksheets and the Lessons In Industrial Instrumentation textbook. This file is intended only for developers and authors who wish to sample from my work in order to create their own derivative works. Beware, this file is several hundred megabytes in size, and it contains all of the graphic images used in these documents in addition to all of the text, and all of the Makefiles and compilation scripts as well (for use on computers running the bash shell, also requiring sed and LaTeX). This very large archive file is encoded in .tar.gz format.
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