Pressure transmitter

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Pressure transmitter

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Our integrated circuits and reference designs enable you to build pressure transmitters with sensors that convert pressure measurement into an electrical representation. Transmission occurs over a loop-powered 4-20 mA interface, an IO-Link interface or wireless connection.

Design requirements

Pressure transmitter designs often require:

  • Precision signal chain for sensing.
  • Ultra-low current.
  • Multi-protocol industrial communication and interface solutions.

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Type Title Date
Software Multi-Cal-PGA309 System Software (Rev. A) 29 Aug 2011
E-book 11 Ways to Protect Your Power Path 23 Jun 2020
Application note Using the XTR115 with the PGA309 to Generate 4mA to 20mA Output (Rev. B) 20 Apr 2006
Software PGA309EVM-USB Software (Rev. C) 18 Apr 2011
Software PGA309EVM-USB Source Code (Rev. A) 18 Apr 2011
Application note How to Select Amplifiers for Pressure Transmitter Applications (Rev. B) PDF | HTML 14 Feb 2023
Design files PGA309 Gain Calculator (Rev. D) 14 Apr 2020
Design files PGA309 Calculator Source Code 14 Apr 2020
Application note High-Performance 16-bit PWM to 4- to 20-mA DAC for Field Transmitters 10 May 2022
Application note Understanding Eco-mode(TM) Operation 05 Dec 2016
Analog Design Journal Low-EMI buck powers a multivariable sensor transmitter with BLE connectivity 04 Nov 2016
White paper Making factories smarter, more productive through predictive maintenance 02 Nov 2016
Analog Design Journal Low-IQ synchronous buck converter enables intelligent field-sensor applications 02 May 2016

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