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Volume 11, Number 1

From Dinosaurs to Roller Coasters: Keeping the Fun Going at Dorney Park »

Whether it's barreling down the thrilling twists and turns of a roller coaster, skimming down waterslides, or mingling in the forest with life-size dinosaurs, this amusement park attracts fun seekers of all ages. Join the electrical crew as they troubleshoot and maintain a myriad of electrical and electronic components.

Tech Tips: Why Are Those Infrared Images Blurry? »

It's important to find out. If the images are blurry, your data and analysis of the situation might be inaccurate.

Lights, Camera, Action! Fluke goes to the movies »

See how lighting technicians blend art and science to make the magic appear.

Moving a Production Line: An Electrical System Checklist »

This checklist can serve as a map, an agreement about what's to be done (and when and how), and a memory aid to make sure everything gets done.

Troubleshooting Premature Motor Failures: A Case of Excessive Ground Currents »

Why did the three relatively new air compressor motors fail? Linamar's Advanced System Group seeks the cause of the problem.

Cover:

Halfway up the incline hill of the Hydra roller coaster, Ralph Gioielli, Electrical Supervisor of Pennsylvania’s Dorney Park and Wildwater Kingdom, has his Fluke 87V Industrial Multimeter ready for work.