Hire freelance electrical instrumentation services for your company

We help companies find vetted electrical instrumentation services for confidential help on demand

Whether you’re part of an automobile assembly team or you’re leading a group of chemical engineers at a refinery, you’ll need to be able to precisely measure different process variables and components. One mistake and your project can quickly go south. So, how can you prevent this from happening?

To ensure the success of your project, you need the right people on your team. But assembling an in-house team can be costly and time-consuming. Not only that, but you might not even need a group of full-time workers to finish your project. 

Typically, you can acquire one or several freelance engineering professionals to help oversee the entire process from design to execution. Nonetheless, finding and hiring the right people for the job can be a long and difficult process.

Cad Crowd has an extensive pool of professional CAD designers that are ready to service your firm’s electrical service needs. Our freelancers have worked with companies of all sizes, from small start-ups to established corporations. 

To make things easy for you, we connect you to these expert freelancers through a streamlined and confidential process. This ensures that you’re paired with a professional that meets and exceeds your team’s expectations. 

Electrical instrumentation services with Cad Crowd

From analyzing your firm’s current system architecture to creating new location diagrams, designers play an important role in an electrical instrumentation project. That’s why we have accumulated a massive pool of expert 2D and 3D modeling design services with decades of experience under their belts. Our CAD designers can assist your team with several different tasks and needs. 

Electrical instrumentation services cover a wide range of needs, including:

  • Electrical instrumentation design
  • Service and maintenance
  • Calibration
  • Logic and location diagrams
  • Cable scheduling plans
  • Electrical construction drawings
  • Site construction manuals
  • Final data sheets

Whether you need help with system calibration or you need a full electrical instrumentation design, our services cover the full spectrum of electrical instrumentation needs. Using cutting-edge design software, our designers will deliver precise 2D and 3D drawings for your project. These experts hail from all around the world and are ready to bring their expertise to the table to ensure your project succeeds. 

Electrical instrumentation design

Electrical instrumentation designers produce a wide range of deliverables, including process flow diagrams, panel layout drawings, wiring diagrams, and piping and instrumentation diagrams. 

Using specialized software, 3D modeling design services can produce precise drawings that accurately depict the workflows of different electrical control systems. These designs are typically used to identify the best technological solutions for various electrical systems and can help workers build or upgrade new systems. 

Logic and location diagrams

Logic diagrams represent electrical circuits in a simplified and easy-to-read manner. They are usually used to help workers design, construct, and maintain electrical equipment. Various symbols are used to represent certain components in a diagram. 

In the past, the symbols used for these diagrams varied across different countries. Since then, the system has become much more standardized. 

Electrical location diagrams are pretty self-explanatory. They display the locations of different electrical components in your house. Each component is represented by a symbol, making it easy to find and locate different components. 

Cable scheduling plans

Cable scheduling plans are tables that contain information about a particular instrument or electrical cable. Cable schedules can be written up for security cables, fire cables, lighting cables, and other devices. Building floor plans are often associated with cable scheduling plans. But most of the time, you will not use a cable schedule for a domestic installation. Cable schedules are typically reserved for more complex projects. 

Each cable schedule contains a list of different instruments or electrical cables you will need for a project along with a description of its number, type, size, length, source, and destination termination. With this information, you can estimate costs for a particular job and identify specific cables needed during the testing stages of your project. 

Electrical construction drawings

An electrical plan offers a visual representation of different components in a system. Using different symbols and lines, an electrical drawing describes the type and location of these various components inside a room or building. 

Outside components like railings or stairs are also shown in these drawings. Electrical plans offer many benefits, such as the ability to make any necessary amendments or changes to a plan before executing it. 

Site construction manuals

Site construction manuals provide specific installation and service instructions for workers. They are crucial for ensuring the safety of all persons involved in an installation or service update. Everything from information on design compliance to accessibility laws may be covered in a site construction manual. 

Software for electrical instrumentation services

Handwritten diagrams and schematics are a thing of the past. Nowadays, you can find plenty of efficient and user-friendly software programs to help you create accurate and precise designs for your team. The most popular software used by designers for mapping out electrical diagrams include:

EPLAN Electric P8: EPLAN Electric P8 is a cutting-edge engineering software that supports 2D computer-aided designs. Whether you want to manually build an electrical design or use one of the program’s built-in templates, you can create a detailed schematic that will help guide and move your project along. The program also offers automatic reports, placeholder technology, and numerous design choices that are sure to help make your life much easier. Clients come from a wide range of industries, including the automotive, food and beverage, and process industries. 

SmartDraw: SmartDraw is another popular program among CAD designers. The program offers over 70 quick-start templates for flowcharts, floor plans, and other diagrams. Thanks to its automatic formatting feature, you can seamlessly build a precise layout within minutes. SmartDraw understands that collaboration is key, which is why it makes it easy for multiple team members to view or work on a project together. The program seamlessly integrates with file-sharing programs like Microsoft Office®, Google Drive®, and OneDrive®. Some of their top clients include FedEx, Tesla, Pepsi, and Nationwide Insurance. 

Solid Edge: Solid Edge is an inexpensive and easy-to-use tool for creating powerful 2D and 3D designs and simulations. Built by engineers for engineers, Solid Edge helps you overcome the most difficult of electrical design challenges. Whether you need to design a complex wire harness or format a simple electrical circuit, Solid Edge gives you all of the necessary tools to help you jumpstart your project on the right foot. 

ETAP: ETAP is a leader in the modeling, design, and automation software space for electrical power systems. For over 35 years, designers and firms have relied on ETAP’s cutting-edge programs for their engineering needs. 

AutoCAD Electrical: AutoCAD Electrical is another popular software for designing and drafting electrical diagrams. This well-known software allows designers to create accurate and precise 2D and 3D drawings. Designers can automate simple tasks like adding blocks or comparing drawings to help speed up projects. You can further customize the software with add-on apps and APIs. 

SOLIDWORKS Electrical Schematics: Last, but certainly not least, on the list is SOLIDWORKS®. SOLIDWORKS® Electrical Schematics is a user-friendly software that allows users to define electrical interconnections in complex electrical systems. By allowing designers to automate complex tasks, it helps teams quickly and efficiently tackle big projects. 

Strategizing and starting the design

The design stage is where the magic begins. During this stage, you will need to select the correct equipment and instruments that can handle the challenges and complexities of your project. 

Using a strategic and multi-disciplinary approach, your team can address and tackle any issues that might arise during the execution cycle. During the early stages of your project, you will also need to engage all of your project’s stakeholders and set clear expectations among your team members. This will help your project flow smoothly.

Our designers usually work alongside process engineers to determine the best methods and technologies for your project. They will often use a Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) system to identify these solutions. SCADA systems can monitor industrial processes and also process real-time data. Other software that might be used to design architectural layouts, electrical layouts, and other crucial drawings for your project include AutoCAD and SolidWorks. 

Executing the plan and anticipating potential problems

Once you are finished with the design and planning stage, it’s time to finally execute your strategy. There may be some hiccups and interruptions during this stage, but if you have the right plan and infrastructure in place, you should be able to quickly and efficiently address them. 

How Cad Crowd freelancers can help you

Our freelancers will help your team cut down on time and expenses while executing the best projects your company has ever seen. In one convenient package, we can deliver a full range of drafting and design services. 

In addition to our expert matching service, we also hold crowdsourced design competitions. Before the competition begins, you will be able to set the project parameters and the cash prize. After you review the full list of submissions, you will decide who the winners are and pay them accordingly. 

Ready to get your next project off the ground? Contact us today to get an estimate. 

Freelance design services for any project

Cad Crowd is a leader in bringing together the most advanced modeling, design, and freelance CAD services for projects of any type. If you're looking for help with electrical instrumentation, product design, or anything else, get in touch with us today. Here's how it works.

Brands we've worked with

Tupperware
Yale University School of Medicine
Tiffany & Co.
CNOOC Limited
The Boston Consulting Group

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