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EKNS30169 PLC Radwell Allen Bradley Not Provided CONVERTER, 4-20 MA TO 0-10 VDC
EKNS30168 PLC Radwell Allen Bradley Not Provided CONVERTER, 4-20 MA TO 0-5 VDC
2865405 PHOENIX CONTACT USA Not Provided Output isolating amplifier - MACX MCR-EX-SL-IDSI-I - 2865405 Ex-i output isolating amplifier, HART Isolates and sends intrinsically safe 0/4-20 mA signals to a load (I/P converters, control valves, displays) in Ex areas. Electrical 3-way isolation, wire break recognition, SIL 2 in accordance with IEC 61508.
2924032 PHOENIX CONTACT USA Not Provided Output isolating amplifier - MACX MCR-EX-SL-IDSI-I-SP - 2924032 Ex-i output isolating amplifier, HART. Isolates and sends intrinsically safe 0/4-20 mA signals to a load (I/P converters, control valves, displays) in Ex areas. Electrical 3-way isolation, wire break recognition, SIL 2 in accordance with IEC 61508, spring-cage connection.
2865324 PHOENIX CONTACT USA Not Provided Signal converter - 2865324 Ex-i temperature transducer: converts measured values from thermocouple sensors and mV sources installed in the Ex area to a 0/4 mA ... 20 mA signal for driving a non-intrinsically safe load. Freely programmable. 3-way electrical isolation.
PIC18F14K22 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided now available in a low pin-count option. These new 20-pin products include a 16 MHz precision Internal Oscillator which can be used with the standard 4X PLL to produce 16 MIPS of performance (64 MHz @ 3V). Standard analog peripherals include 12 channels of 10-bit A/D, Dual Rail-Rail Comparators...
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    The term "Fieldbus" refers to a collection of communication protocols that were introduced to replace 4 to 20 mA analog signals. Fieldbus protocols include DF1, PROFIBUS, and Modbus for serial, and EtherNet/IP, PROFINET, and Modbus TCP for Ethernet. In this paper we concentrate on DF1 and EtherNet
  • Using PWM to Generate Analog Output
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