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Pressure Transmitter Circuit

Sketch a circuit whereby the loop-powered pressure transmitter sends a signal to an analog voltage meter (to show respective signal). Be sure to route all wiring and attach any necessary components to terminals on the terminal strip.

Note: avoid connecting more than two wires to each screw terminal on the terminal strip, to avoid “overcrowding” any connection points, and avoid crossing wires over each other.

Pressure Transmitter Circuit

Pressure transmitters are used to measure pressure or level in the industries. The pressure transmitter outputs the standard 4 – 20 mA signal to represent the measured process variable. In general, the pressure transmitters are 2 wire instruments used in process control applications.

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Pressure Transmitter Circuit

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