## Example of 3-15 psi to 4-20mA Conversion

A current-to-pressure transducer is Â used Â to Â convert Â a Â 4-20 mAÂ  electronic Â signal Â into Â a Â 3-15 PSI pneumatic signal. This particular

## 4-20mA Graphical Calculations

An illustration sometimes find helpful in understanding analog signal ranges is to consider theÂ signal range as a length expressed on

## Formula to Calculate 3-15psi from 4-20mA Current

The amount of psi can also beÂ calculatedÂ from the amount of the milliamp signal, or one canÂ calculateÂ the amount of the milliamp

## Calculate Process Variable from Transmitter Current

A pH transmitter has a calibrated Â range Â of 4 pH to 10 pH, with a 4-20 mA output Â signal. Calculate

## Calculate Temperature Transmitter Output

An electronic Â temperature transmitter is ranged Â 50 to 140 degrees Â Fahrenheit and Â has Â a 4-20 mA output Â signal.Â  Â Calculate Â theÂ

## Standard 4 to 20 mA Conversion Formula

A 4 to 20 mA current signal represents a 0 to 100 percent scale. Usually, this scale is linear, as

## Formula for Current 4-20ma to Percentage Conversion

Calculate the equivalent Percentage for any given current signal 4 to 20 mA.Â For conversion, we need transmitterâ€™s Lower Range Value

## Formula for Percentage to Process Variable Conversion

Calculate the equivalent Process Variable for any given percentage of signal ( 0 to 100%). We need Transmitter Span, Lower

## Formula to Calculate 4-20ma from Percentage

Calculate the equivalent 4-20 mA loop current value for any given percentage of signal. We need field transmitter span, lower

## Formulas to calculate mA from PV, LRV and URV

The formula for calculating equivalent current (ma) from known process variable (PV), Lower range value (LRV) and Upper range value