## 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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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