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Electrical Control Technology

                                           

 

Electrical Control Technology

Electrical Control Systems technicians inspect, maintain, check, install, service and repair the electrical systems and controls that are used in commercial and industrial applications, mostly in the manufacturing arena. These technicians are involved in the maintenance and repair of both electrical and electronic systems and components. Business and other organizations depend on complex electronic and electrical equipment for a variety of functions, and cannot allow machinery to sit idle, and thus a good amount of the work is centered around removing the defective parts and replacing with new ones.

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