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Invert the low & high range limits for the measurement input settings

Flip tool with current settings to swap measurement input (I) with 0-10V output parameters

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## User Guide

This pressure transmitter 0 to 10 volts voltage output calculator provides a way to determine the output reading from the applied pressure and pressure transducer range. A conversion scale graphic for each pressure and 0-10 volts output range combination entered is also displayed below the calculated values.

### Formula

This pressure transducer output calculator uses the following formula to calculate the output over a 0-10V range:

Linear V out = 10 x ((Rdg – Low Limit) / (High Limit – Low Limit))

### Parameters

#### Unit

Enter the unit used for measuring pressure, e.g. bar, psi, kPa, inH2O etc…

#### Reading

This is the applied pressure measured by the pressure transducer that you wish to convert to a 0 to 10 V voltage output reading.

#### Low Limit

Enter the lowest pressure that the pressure transducer will measure. For example zero would be a typical value for most voltage output pressure transducers, but you can also add negative (-) or positive (+) values as well. Please enter the value in the same pressure units as specified for all other input values.

#### High Limit

Enter the maximum pressure that the amplified pressure transducer will measure.

#### Output Reading (V)

This is the expected ideal pressure transducer voltage output signal in volts for the applied pressure specified.