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LT3667 Pulsed Power Supply for 4mA to 20mA Current Loops

Feb 3rd 2014
The LT®3667 is a monolithic triple power supply composed of a 400mA buck switching regulator and two 200mA low dropout linear regulators (LDOs). ...

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LTC3255 3.3V@7.4mA DC Supply from 4mA to 20mA Current Loop

Sep 16th 2013
The LTC3255 is a switched-capacitor step-down DC/DC converter that produces a regulated output (2.4V to 12.5V adjustable) from a 4V to 48V input. In applications where the input voltage exceeds twice the output voltage, 2:1 capacitive charge pumping extends output current capability beyond input supply current limits. At no ...

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LTC3255 5V@7mA Supply from 4mA to 20mA Current Loop

Sep 16th 2013
The LTC3255 is a switched-capacitor step-down DC/DC converter that produces a regulated output (2.4V to 12.5V adjustable) from a 4V to 48V input. In applications where the input voltage exceeds twice the output voltage, 2:1 capacitive charge pumping extends output current capability beyond input supply current limits. At no ...

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LTC3105 Industrial Sensor 4mA to 20mA Current Loop Power Tap

Oct 15th 2010
The LTC3105 is a high efficiency step-up DC/DC converter that can operate from input voltages as low as 225mV. A 250mV start-up capability and integrated maximum power point controller (MPPC) enable operation directly from low voltage, high impedance alternative power sources such as photovoltaic cells, TEGs (thermoelectric ...

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3.3V/10mA Regulator from a 4mA to 20mA Loop

Apr 4th 1997
This circuit is a 3.3V/10mA regulator that extracts its power from a 4mA to 20mA loop. This circuit demonstrates how an LTC1474/LTC1475-based regulator is easily optimized for such low current applications . The 2W sense resistor limits the peak inductor current to 40mA to minimize current ripple and provide good efficiency ...

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LT1013 4mA to 20mA Loop Transmitter

Aug 17th 1995
Transmission of industry standard 4-20mA current loop signals to values and other actuators is a common requirement. Resistive line losses and actuator impedances require current transmitters to be able to force a compliance voltage of a least 20V. Because of this, 5V powered systems usually cannot meet current loop transmitter ...

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LTC1453/LT1077/LT1121 Isolated 4 – 20mA Current Loop

Jan 1st 1987
This circuit is a computer-controlled 4 – 20mA current loop. It is designed to operate on a single supply over a range of 3.3V to 30V. The circuit’s zero output reference signal, 4mA, is set by R1 and calibrated using R2, and its full-scale output current is set by R3 and calibrated using R4. The zero and full-scale ...

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