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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.


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.