Part Number: XTR115
I am using XTR115 in my application and the circuit works fine (except some non linearity) with 4 to 20mA output. when I changed Vloop from 16V to 24V, the DC loop current jumped to 30mA from 4mA.
The other question I have is, if Rload always required or we can just measure current using a meter connected in sereies with Vloop.
Zak Kaye Precision Amplifiers Applications
In reply to Zak Kaye:
Thank you for your reply. Please find my schematic below, it shows only relevant portion. It gets signal from a sensor.
If XTR115's output ever gets above 30mA, does it permanently damage the chip?
In reply to Naresh Patel2:
I had resoldered a potentiometer at one point and added a load resistor to get Voltage output. I will put together a new board and see if the issue is resolved. Other than that, everything looks fine.
Thank you for your support.
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