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XTR108: Sampling rate and divisions of data

Part Number: XTR108
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: XTR117, XTR106, XTR115,

Hi Team,

Our customer would like to know the sampling rates and division of data of the XTR108, XTR117,XTR115 and XTR106. I have checked the datasheets but I didn't find these informations.



  • Hi Danilo,

    Our customer would like to know the sampling rates ...

    If I understood your questions correctly in XTR108, XTR117,XTR115 and XTR106 parts, you'd like to know if 4-20mA current loop at the output if it has a sampling rate associated to it via V-to-I conversion. 

    The V-to-I, 4-20mA current loop conversion are 100% analog, which means the V-to-I conversion is continuous and the output is not digitized. In XTR108 part, the input senors and the voltage input can be programmed, adjusted via a SPI interface. Once these programmable features are configured and calibrated, these settings do not change, which the information can be stored in an external EEPROM device.  In terms of V-to-I 4-20mA current loop conversion, the output signal is purely analog and 4-20mA information will be updated continuously from the input voltage measurement.

    If you have additional questions, please let us know.