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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CALIBRATION OF A HART & CONVENTIONAL INSTRUMENT

INTRODUCTION There are smart and conventional instruments and the calibration procedure of these types of instruments are entirely different in this session we are going to discuss about the difference between calibration of a HART &conventional instrument CALIBRATING A CONVENTIONAL INSTRUMENT For a conventional 4-20 mA instrument, a multiple point test that stimulates the input and …

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Types of Signal Transmission

Introduction The secondary electronics of a transmitter amplify and condition the weak electrical signals generated by the sensor, so that the signals can be sent over long distances without being degraded by noise, and thus the signals can be used to control devices such as indicators, recorders and controllers. Transmitters use various techniques to transmit …

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How a 4-20 mA current loop works

How a current loop works A typical 4-20 mA current loop circuit is composed of four individual elements: a sensor / transducer; a voltage to current converter (commonly referred to as a transmitter and / or signal conditioner); a loop power supply; and a receiver / monitor. In loop-fed applications, the four elements are connected …

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