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VOLTAGE TO CURRENT CONVERTER

2B20A - VOLTAGE TO CURRENT CONVERTER

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Manufacturer:
INTRONICS INTRONICS
Manufacturer Part No:
2B20A
Newark Part No.:
92F583
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Product Overview

The 2B20A is a complete modular Voltage-to-Current Converter providing the user with a convenient way to produce a current output signal which is proportional to the voltage input. The nominal input voltage range is 0 to +10V. The output current range is 4 to 20mA into a grounded load. Featuring low drift (0.005%/°C maximum, 2B20B) over the -25 to +85°C temperature range and single supply operation (+10 to +32V), model 2B20 is available in two accuracy grades. The 2B20A is an economical solution for applications with lesser accuracy requirements, featuring nonlinearity error of 0.025% (maximum), offset error of ±0.4% (maximum), span error of ±0.6% (maximum) and span stability of 0.01%/°C maximum.
  • Complete, no external components needed
  • 10 to 32V Single supply

Applications

Industrial, Signal Processing, Test & Measurement

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