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Instrumentation Technologies

Instrumentation technology programs teach students about control processes and measurement functions of instrumentation devices. Read on to learn more about education and career options in the field of instrumentation technology.

Inside Instrumentation Technologies

Instrumentation technology refers to devices that measure or control pressure, flow, currents and speed for gas, electrical, chemical and other systems. Instrumentation technology programs prepare students for careers installing, maintaining and repairing control equipment used in a variety of industries. Many professionals in this field design and test electrical equipment for use in communications, medicine or navigation. Others troubleshoot equipment or manufacture industrial products and machinery. Regardless of the industry they work in, these technicians are generally employed to ensure that products and systems run safely, effectively and economically.

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