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Hi, Your sensor current flow is independent from your current sensing resistor , so it seems that it will not work. You could use RCV420 from TI directly and convert your 4-20ma to 0-5V and do what ever you like with it or you could check design examples like :
Hi Guys, ive been scratching my head about this, have looked over the web but i cant seem to figure out what device to use. the problem: i have a 150V signal coming from a Capacitor discharge ignition system that goes into a coil to produce high voltage that goes toward the spark plug (i.e. CDI). i want to obtain and analysie the timing of th
If I understand your problem correctly, then this may work for you. It will take the 0-24V PWM input (represented by VG1) and convert to a 0-7V drive gate drive signal.
I doubt 8051 alone could communicate directly with USB so you will need some kind of adapter to handle the hard work. You need to convert TTL (from/to the 8051) to USB using something like CP2102 or FT232 but be careful of the level conversion from 5V TTL to the 3.3V logic levels some bridge devices need. DO NOT use RS232 converters (max23
Hello Guys, I have been working on a boost converter to convert 3.7V to 5V supply. I have been using a MCP1640 for the same. But recently I came across a new chip from Aerosemi (maybe that is not new, but I came across it recently). It is MT3608. The datasheet is not that great and does not claim a tested product. The advantage of this chip is t
Assuming you are using 5V VDD and 5V as the ADC reference: 1. Use a 10:1 potential divider. If the current into the divider has to be very low (=high value resistors) follow it with a buffer amplifier. 2. Depends on the response time you need but simplest method is to convert the AC to DC and use a potential divider for the voltage. For the freque
I've got to convert the analog output of an integrator that sits nominally at 12V and goes to 0V for maximum drive ( the integrator actually goes to -12V but below zero doesn't matter). I have to scale this analog voltage to 0 to 5V. i have designed a Deboo integrator and realized that I would now have a reset problem so I designed a voltage scaler
A first glance, these are incompatible devices. A PLC exposes 24V logic outputs, rarely 3.3 or 5V as expected by a SPI device. But SPI is a fully static protocol without a lower frequency limit, so you might convert three 24V logic level outputs to low voltage to drive nCS, SCK and SDO lines. And write a respective PLC function block to generate SP
I need to convert 0-10V signal to -10V to +10V I dont know how to do it. Can anybody guide me in this Thanks in advance Microcon
what I have: A single wire from my apart wall, that connects to the door button, when I use multimeter, it reads 0V - 0.5V AC, when someone press the door button, it raises to 5V AC I have no access to the door buzzer transformer, and I don't konw when it's isolated or floating or even has a ground a Rasyberry Pi B, some resistor, some capaci
I have a circuit set up as differential input with op-amps running of a -/+5V supply, this is so it can measure current flow in either direction it boosts the voltage from 0-60mV to 0-3.73V and the other part converts the signal to a positive voltage regardless current flowing in and out. This is working very good but I would like to a - sign when
A question asked in 2010 on this website gives only part of the answer. Suppose a signal varies between +10V and -10V and we want to convert it into a signal that varies only between 0V and 5V, how can this be achieved? Also, how can the reverse be achieved? For the circuit that does this, what are the implications of its frequency response?
Hello people, I am designing the power supply chain of an ALTERA FPGA and I am wondering about which power converter is better to use. My plan is to create a power board to convert from 24v to 5v and from this power board drive 5v to the FPGA board. Then I will use some LDO to generate from 5v the FPGA voltages (See picture attached). My big questi
I am attempting to program a digital led strip with arduino just getting started on my electronics path in life. I am following this tutorial I know that part of being a maker is hacking current electronics that you have. I have a AC to 6v 2.5 A dc power adapter right now and don't want
I want to find a circuit to level translate the output of the coil (12v) to the input of a microprocessor.
I have to convert 3.2 volts to about 4.5 volts. so if i use a buffer chip say 74LS07 , i can connect its VCC to 4.5v supply n then supply the input of buffer with a 3.2v signal. will i get the output as 4.5 v? thanks Sami
Hi all I want to convert the PWM signal 0.8v - 4.5v to 0 to 10v .here i have attached my schematic gives 10V output for 0.8V and 10V output for 4.5V ..
i need 5v for adc input but actual voltage comes from some devic as 10v how to convert to 10v to 5v?
It's correct to use a 250 ohm shunt to convert 4-20 mA to 0.5-5V. But the resistor isn't connected correctly in your diagram. It has to be connected between ground and analog input pin with the sensor output current feed to junction of resistor and analog pin. You should also include the ground connection of the sensor in your diagram and clarify i
Hi everyone, i have searched the forum and found several threads that discuss the opposite, ie +/- 5 to 0-5v etc but haven't found something for my particular problem. I am just after some direction in solving a design for a video interface to an ADC. The video pulse is 0 to -3v and I need to convert the pulse to +5v to -5v to give full re