Instrument Technician Salary in United States

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Average Salary for Instrument Technician in United States

The average salary of a(n) Instrument Technician in United States is $66,252.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Instrument Technician in United States is $31.85.

The average bonus of a(n) Instrument Technician in United States is $1,636.00.

Job Description:

Inspects, tests, adjusts, and repairs electric, electronic, mechanical, and pneumatic instruments and systems. Detects abnormal fluctuations upon inspecting meters, indicators, and gauges. Tests accuracy of flow meters, pressure gauges, temperature indicators, controllers, radiation counters or detectors, and other recordings indicating or controlling instruments to locate defective components in system, using test equipment, such as pressure gauges, mercury manometers, potentiometers, pulse and signal generators, oscilloscopes, transistor curve tracers, ammeters, voltmeters, and watt meters. Traces out and tests electronic solid state and vacuum tube circuitry and components to locate defective parts in analog and digital, protection, or radiation monitoring systems, using test equipment, schematics, and maintenance manuals. Removes defective instruments from system, decontaminates, disassembles, and cleans instruments, and replaces defective parts, using hand tools. Reassembles instruments and replaces instruments in system, using hand tools. Lubricates instruments and replaces defective wiring and tubing. Calibrates readings on instruments according to standards and adjusts phasing and aligns stages to ensure accuracy of recording and indicating function. Records calibrations made, parts and components used, and inventory of parts on hand. Prepares schematic drawings, sketches, and reports to reflect changes or alterations made in instruments, circuits, and systems. Less

Inspects, tests, adjusts, and repairs electric, electronic, mechanical, and pneumatic instruments and systems. Detects abnormal fluctuations upon inspecting meters, indicators, and gauges. Tests accuracy of flow meters, pressure gauges, temperature indicators, controllers, radiation counters or detectors, and other recordings indicating... More

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