RCV420KP - 

Current Sensor, Loop Receiver, 3 mA, 150 kHz, DIP, 16 Pins, 11.4 V, 36 V

RCV420KP - Current Sensor, Loop Receiver, 3 mA, 150 kHz, DIP, 16 Pins, 11.4 V, 36 V

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The RCV420KP is a 4 to 20mA precision Current Loop Receiver designed to convert a input signal into a output signal. As a monolithic circuit, it offers high reliability at low cost. The circuit consists of a premium grade operational amplifier, an on-chip precision resistor network and a precision 10V reference. The RCV420 features 0.1% overall conversion accuracy, 86dB CMR and ±40V common-mode input range. The circuit introduces only a 1.5V drop at full scale, which is useful in loops containing extra instrument burdens or in intrinsically safe applications where transmitter compliance voltage is at a premium. The 10V reference provides a precise 10V output with a typical drift of 5ppm/°C.
  • Internal sense resistors
  • Built-in level-shifting
  • 86dB CMR High noise immunity
  • Green product and no Sb/Br


Automation & Process Control, Industrial, Communications & Networking

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