Instrumentation Design

Instrumentation design refers to the design and implementation of a control system to accurately measure and monitor various parameters in industrial processes. These parameters can include temperature, pressure, flow rate, level, and other factors critical to the process.

The design of an instrumentation control system requires a thorough understanding of the specific parameters that require measurement and monitoring, as well as the desired accuracy and precision of the measurement. Designers must select appropriate components, such as sensors, transmitters, controllers, and data acquisition systems, to ensure accurate measurement and effective control of processes.

Designers must also consider the appropriate wiring and cabling requirements and the electrical grounding and shielding requirements to prevent interference and maintain signal integrity. Denca is an authorised service partner with Endress and Hauser. 

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