This occupation includes jobs involved in troubleshooting, repairing, overhauling, modifying, testing, calibrating, and installing mechanical, electrical, electronic, and/or pneumatic instruments, electronic components and assemblies, test equipment, and functionally related assemblies, automated equipment, timekeeping instruments, and controls related to the operation of industrial, power generation, airborne, marine, and precision measurement equipment and systems. The work includes the repair, maintenance, and calibration of precision measurement instruments and standards such as flow stands, test consoles, recorders, analyzers, converters, and other general and special purpose test equipment. The work requires knowledge and application of mechanical, electrical, and electronic principles, procedures, and materials; knowledge of the pneumatic and hydraulic mechanisms used to convert pressure and flow into measurable units; and knowledge of the basic operating principles of electronics.
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