Control Engineering control panel design tutorial video - due 3/16/09

Upload videos showcasing your control panel design prowess and receive industry-wide recognition. To enter the control panel design video contest, all you have to do is submit a video (5 minutes or less) by March 16 demonstrating some of the following points ...

03/10/2009


Enter the control panel design video contest.

Enter the control panel design video contest.

UPDATE: A panel design winner has been named ; all videos remain available for viewing, learning, and comment.

UPDATE
: NOMINATIONS ARE CLOSED and videos are now available for viewing; click here !

Oak Brook, IL
– Impress your peers, your boss, and the industry with your control panel design prowess—or simply have fun making a video highlighting your engineering creativity for all to see.
To enter the control panel design video contest, all you have to do is submit a video (5 minutes or less) by March 16 demonstrating some of the following points:

Enter the control panel design video contest.

–Exhibit the thought process for determining the layout of components, both interior and exterior;
– Exhibit component mounting techniques;
– Exhibit wire and cable termination techniques;
–Explain how consistency is maintained from one person to another in component mounting and wiring practices (for example, operator device orientation and wire termination);
–Exhibit an example of door work (mounting, labeling & wiring of devices on an enclosure door, or other exterior surfaces);

Enter the control panel design video contest.

–Exhibit methods for insertion of completed panels into enclosures;
–Explain or exhibit methods for maintaining cleanliness and protection of the enclosure and components;
–Explain testing procedures;
–OPTIONAL: One unique feature or method of your choice. Deadline for submissions is March 16, 2009. Voting will be open to all visitors to the controleng.com site starting March 17, 2009 and ending April 1, 2009.


Think big; enter your tutorial video now
The winning entrant(s) will receive an award from Control Engineering and be recognized in Control Engineering magazine, on controleng.com, and in Control Engineering newsletters.
David Greenfield , editorial director
Control Engineering News Desk
Register here





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