What is a 4-20 mA current loop?

What is a 4-20 mA current loop?

The 4-20 mA current loop has been the standard for signal transmission and electronic control in control systems since the 1950’s. The 4 mA to 20 mA current loop is a common method of transmitting sensor information in many industrial process monitoring...
Convert 4-20 mA to 0-10 V using a resistor

Convert 4-20 mA to 0-10 V using a resistor

All iSMA Universal Inputs cannot read a 4-20mA signal directly, so to read a 4-20mA sensor you will find in the box of every iSMA device (with Universal Inputs) a set of 200 Ohm resistors. It is extremely simple to measure 0-20 mA analog signal from a sensor with a...
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Niagara AX to N4 Migration Guide

Niagara AX to N4 Migration Guide

To use the Migration Tool provided by Tridium you will need a backup(dist file) of a station that is running on AX 3.8, |You cannot migrate only the bog file or a station running a version lower than 3.8. Backup the AX station If you need to include the alarms and...

Startup guide for the MAC36NL

Connecting and configuring the device 1) Power supply You can use 20Vac to 28Vac or 20Vdc to 28Vdc The power required depends on whether you are powering in AC (24VA) or DC (14W). A dedicated UL listed, Class 2, 24Vac transformer/24Vdc power supply with 1 amp capacity...